yes, yes i have
i have read all the stuff on both sides, but still fail to see or understand why no stones appear in autopsys.....why no one seems to be at all curious enough to have thier stones analyized at a lab for chemical composition...if it were me i wouldnt even tell my doc about a flush id just preserve them and take them in and tell my doc i had diarhea and that came out and i'm concerned, that way your insurance covers it and u can get a copy of the lab report, post it and BOOM , no more questions, no more skeptics and total piece of mind that u are actually helping your body...for all these health conscious folks i cant believe this has never been an issue...im curious about my body and would no way pass thousands of stones and just shrug it off with no knowledge to thier composition.....also if its bile then that could point again to biochemestry in the flush recipes, whether ingredients vary or not, many combos can chemically produce the same sort of bodily reaction, that is evident enuff in the many kinds of toxicities and syndromes we face today with no explainations and many are similar symptomatic but are caused by different infections, toxins etc.
and again i did explain my thoughts on flushes being beneficial for some in that they do seem to possibly clean the liver but that could very well be from created stones scrubbing out build up and toxins...you can use the food coloring theory all you want but until someone shows me some sort of proof on what these stones are made of chemically i dont buy it...i mean for it to be around so long and done by so many, yet no chemical evidence or lab analysis?...2 docs and natural docs said they were soap stones analyized by a lab and the rebuttal to that was a soap recipe and chemical breakdown on making soap...but has anyone tried making soap INSIDE a human body????? or did that rebuttal and recipe include all the introductions to various bodily chemicals and processes???? NO and NO!
If your liver was bogged down with hundred or more stones it would not function....im sorry but my instincts are telling me that everyone just wants to dance around and dodge the REAL questions and lack of factual evidence by the people who swear by these liver flushes.
Also the more i read the more lost i become....some say Sea Salt only, yet i read a story by a guy who says reg salt is great...i read that flax seed oil is awesome, then i read in places that its bad....i saw bob rave about distilled water , yet there is many posts saying stay away from it...also some say drink 6 cups of green tea and others preach at you to aviod caffine at all costs....so many contradictions....so much confusion...how is one to even sift thru it all and be sure that they do whats right and not whats wrong?