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Published: 9 years ago
 

Patient with 1 kidney.


I recently had a patient come to me that was having a very difficult time with digestion. She would have very explosive bowel movements about 10 minutes after eating. She could have no fats whatsoever.

Her allopathic physician had given her some pills to take before each meal.

After examining her, I realized that her liver was extremely swollen and congested. She also revealed to me that she had no gallbladder and only one kidney.

Her liver was obviously overcompensating for the loss of the kidney. It had taken over the task of the lost kidney and was removing more toxins than a normal liver would.

This caused the liver to be lacking in bile production. This caused the extreme loose stools, the nausea and inability to digest fats.

She first liver flushed which brought down the liver swelling. Her next action will be the Humaworm and the tea followed by the Liver cleanse.

 

 
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