Can you guys identify these?
Here's the link:
This was my first Liver Flush
thanks to the valuable information on the website. I got LOTS of stones out.
I followed Dr. Hulda's method, but not to a tee. I took the first batch of Epsom Salts
at 8pm the first night (2 days ago), but fell asleep............flush failed. The next day (yesterday) I ate only a couple fruits in the morning and then started the flush again at 6pm as directed on a completely emtpy stomach (I was really hungry then). It wasn't exactly by the book as I didn't take ornithine, Black-Walnut
hull, I only got 4.5 hours sleep, and took my last ES a half hour too late.
I had many BM's throughout the day after the 4th ES. They all produced small stones, and lots of them. It was around 3pm today where these came out (or at least when I noticed them). 2 hours after the last ES, I took about 8 grams of Chlorella tablets, and ate only a small amount of fruit until supper time.
I'm assuming these are worms/ parasites
attached to the Gallstones
right? Some of these "worms" came out on their own but they were real easy to see when attached to the stones. Does anybody have any idea what they are?
I've also noticed that my belly (which has been swollen looking for a year) is back to normal or at least very close. I wish I had a picture of my belly before and after the flush! I can easily see my abs again. I weighed ~133lbs prior to the flush and after eating dinner tonight I weigh 129lbs and feel so light and nimble, and clean, and full of energy!
I should also mention that I travelled Cambodia, Vietnam, Laos, and Thailand 1.5 years ago and that's when I noticed parasitic symptoms. I did 2 Paragone treatments without seeing anything about a year ago. Since then, I've consumed nothing but a VERY clean diet, excluding almost all meat, all dairy, and all wheat.
I got some Acne
on my forehead today as a result of released toxins I think.
Anyways, that's my story and I hope to get some feedback on the pictures. What you you guys recommend I do next after seeing these?
Thanks a ton!