We're having a wonderful summer here in Iowa, USA. We live in the country, and our small home is surrounded by cornfields on three sides, with 80 acres of timber on the other. The corn is growing tall and the timber is full of wildlife and beautifully lush greenery.
My mother-in-law was diagnosed with stage IV terminal liver cancer in the late 1970's; amongst other alternative methods and procedures, she was lucky enough to be able to go to Dr. William Donald Kelley's clinic. She liver flushed several times monthly and did coffee enemas several times daily. MANY of the other patients were also following the same protocol (for different diseases), and Dr. Kelley was adamant that they understood completely what they were doing and how they were affecting their bodies. Each patient's liver and gallbladder "debris" was not only examined microscopically at the clinic by the patients and Dr. Kelley, but also sent out to various medical laboratories for testing...the result was always the same. The various laboraties confirmed over the over again that the debris and stones were of hepatic origin. (My mother in law was cured of terminal liver cancer, and is still with us today :)
There are also folks on Curezone that have posted their own lab reports that confirm this. Of course, any 'stone' that is porous, will contain some amount of the oil that the stone was saturated with as it traveled through the intestines...so lab reports sometimes do show the presence of oil.
The prestigous Merck Manual listed until the 1970's. This information was removed (according to Merck) simply to make room for other information. It's generally accepted that since there's simply no money to be made (throughout the entire world of allopathic medicine...physicians, hospitals, pharmaceutical companies, etc) by using procedures and products that cannot be patented and "sold", these procedures and remedies are not taught at the medical schools and hence, have fallen into the hands of natural & alternative healers.
If you do an internet search on intrahepatic stones and other similar terms, you will find several scientific/allopathic sites with images of congested livers and autopsy reports (and intrahepatic 'stones'). However, most times when an autopsy is performed there's no need to examine/dissect the liver closely, unless the cause of death was thought to be a diseased liver...in which case they're looking for evidence of the particular disease in question - in which case they expect the liver to be malfunctioning, so they take little notice of stones & debris. Or at least, that's what makes sense to me.
I agree wholeheartedly. Complete health is NOT simply a procedure 'here and there' to treat symptoms. Complete health is the absence of symptoms, due to proper nutrition/diet, exercise, clean living and uncongested/clean organs that can fuction at their best.
'Tis your opinion that the 'stones' are formed in the digestive tract. If that were the case, then of course, when following the same basic procedure over and over again , the resulting 'stones' would be basically the same. But this is virtually never the case. And for those that have flushed themselves 'stone free', your explanation and belief holds no weight at all. If the combination of oil/citrus/ES forms these stones in a person, then it would ALWAYS form the same basic 'stones' in a person. Yet the results are consistent in this regard. The results of each flush are enormously different, and it has been showed time and time again that it is possible to flush oneself free of 'stones' and hepatic debris.
The intention of my post was to show that if porous stones/debris are exposed to dye throughout the digestive tract, the result would be the stones & debris would be colored by the dye. And this proves nothing about whether or not the stones/debris come from the liver/gallbladder, or are formed in the digestive tract. It only proves that porous, fatty 'stones & debris' will absorb dye...which is, of course, something we knew already.