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Re: OK. Mine went very well & was very cheap to do. n/m
 
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Re: OK. Mine went very well & was very cheap to do. n/m


ok ..lol once again u address NOTHING! if u read my posts i state many times that i think the flushes could prolly be beneficial. my questions were regarding stones, and the chicken and egg scenario, and millions of flushes worlwide with no actual chemical evidence sought by anyone, there are many natural docs and holistic docs who do not believe the liver flush.
i mean i belive most of the other stuff ive learned here such as, aspartamine, flouride, metal toxicity etc etc etc, those all make sense to me and have detailed chemical breakdowns and analysis to support them and the rebuttals by the SYSTEM of traditional medicine are weak and full of holes and inconclusive mumbo jumbo, so i look at both sides and analyize the data and make an instinctive decision....but with this i see no data, just pics of stones and 1 of a liver with a tone stuck in a duct that could have been put there by hand very easily and it was only 1 when even the big article claims you should get hundreds out in a single flush....there is not a single chemicl analysis of stones posted...one side says cholesterol, one side says soap stones, neither have a lab report to back up thier theories.
if u wanna flush then do it, thats you and this is me and im not gonna risk the pain or possible side effects untill i can be sure that these stones are actually embedded in livers of the population
 

 
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