I would like to suggest to flushers to read the information under cleansing (at the top of page).
As far as I can tell there is a lot of new information there.
It is too long to copy but here is one example
How small is the smallest diameter of the Cystic Duct?
No two people are identical. The smallest diameter of the cystic duct in an adult person can be from 3 to 10 millimeters. Rarely, it can be larger then 1 cm, up to 1.5 cm (15 mm) or about half of an inch. That means that the largest gallstone able to exit gallbladder may not be larger then 3 mm across smallest diameter for some people, or 10 mm across smallest diameter for other people.
To read all the information there is a yellow banner above
the liverflush recipes that says "Do you have gallstones?
If yes read this first".