I just did my first liver flush. Now I am reading a lot of scientists who claim that the "stones" being expelled are not Gallstones from the Liver, but are actually the product of the cleanse itself.
Their theory is that the "stones" are actually manufactured when the citrus, oil, and Epsom Salt combine with stomach acid.
Who is correct? The Cleansers or the debunkers?
How can we know the difference?
Andreas Moritz says that one should continue cleansing until -0- stones come out for two consecutive cleansing cycles. This seems to be a reasonable test. If the stones are the result of the procedure itself, then it stands to reason that the day shall NEVER come when a flush ceases to produce stones, let alone two consecutive flushes.
So, here is my Question. Can I hear from anyone who has removed many stones through a series of cleanses, and then had the stones just stop coming out for two consecutive ones, as Mr, Moritz predicts? Or are his instructions purely hypothetical?