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Hey ya'll, I just did my fith liver flush on my other flushes I've been passing pretty good sized stones up to 1/2 inch plus and faily dark green and some tan ones. This time they were mostly tan and some greenies after my first morning dose of E salt. After my second dose of E salt I passed a bunch light bright lentil sized stones and when I cut them in half they where white and looking like congealed fat inside.

I cut open some of the tan stones also and they were all green on the inside so I suspect that the tanies are actually greenies covered in fecal matter. I assume the greenies are cholesterol mixed with bile.

Anybody have experience passing yellows that are white inside? Any idea of their origin(Gblad/liver)or contents? Does anyone know of a link/s that explain colors and content of the stones?

I posted a link to pixs of the stones I passed on my third flush some weeks ago. Since then I found out that you can post the actual pixs to the forum and just to experiment here is the pix from my third flush. It's been a while since I've fooled with html and hopefully this will work. Sorry no pixs of the recent yellows. Don't have a digicam available right now.



http://www.mindspring.com/~pepe3/stones/stones1.jpg


 

 
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