From: "Vic and Rosemary"
Date: Fri, 18 Apr 2003 17:42:30 -0700
Subject: Re: [gallstones] Re: Gall Bladder Attack or no?
My doctor is VERY conservative and honest. She is not usually into alternative medicine. When I told her I was thinking of doing a Liver Flush she said it is not unusual for a person to have stones and sludge in their liver, even after having the gall-bladder out.
My husband and I have now done 6 flushes since January. We have had lots of stones come out and certainly feel better for it. None of these stones showed up on x-ray or ultra-sound, despite me having bad attacks which sent me to hospital.
I would encourage you to try the flush. It is easy, cheap and can be done in the privacy of your own home.
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From: Alex Morese
Sent: Thursday, April 17, 2003 4:55 AM
Subject: [gallstones] Re: Gall Bladder Attack or no?
Thanks for the response. I am not so worried about the reflux
anymore, the attacks are 100 times worse than anything I used to go
through, and now that I have changed my diet the heartburn is down
about 80%. I still smoke though, and I know that is no good for the
I am just a little skeptical of the whole flush. I am trying to get
a handle on it. I have a chiropractor and nutritionist telling me
that it works and a gastroenterologist telling me its hooey. Plus
you have Dr. Weil saying its hooey, and he is one that you can
usually count on for alternative opinions.
I have such a hard time grasping how so many intelligent and
experienced people could have differing opinions on such a simple
thing. It either works or it doesnt. Stones are either produced in
liver or not, if they are I would think over the years with all the
autopsies, it wouldnt be hard to establish this. Every time you cut
into a liver it would be full with stones, at least some, by the
account of Clark. That would be undeniable in western medicine if
it were true.
I don't know, I am just sick of the pain and the fear of an
impending attack all the time.