I just did my first liver cleanse using the ' Hulda Clark ' recipe. I got about 50 'stones' - all green, all fairly soft, the largest about the size of a big pea and about the same texture. I attempted to preserve them in water, but they began to dissolve/break up. I then tried to keep them in a cardboard box at room temperature, but they began to 'melt' (lose their shape and form a greasy patch in the box as if they were made of fat).
Why these stones partly soluble in water and why do they 'melt' at room temperature? Cholesterol melts at 146 degrees C (see http://www.beloit.edu/~chem/Chem230/labs/lab4.doc) so what are these 'stones' made of ? And if they melt at room temperature why don't they just melt in your liver which is at 37 degrees C ? Can someone explain? Are they just fat globules with bile making them partly soluble?