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Re: Can liver flushing damage bile ducts?
ChowDogWoman Views: 6,712
Published: 16 years ago
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Re: Can liver flushing damage bile ducts?

After doing about 30 liver flushes, I had an ultrasound. I do not remember exactly what the measurements were, but I think that I was told that about 2 sonimeters were normal size common bile duct, but mine was 7 sonimeters. I think 9 is considered very large and may indicate obstruction. There were not obstructions noted, however. Therefore, I believe that my bile ducts have stretched out because I have passed some very large stones, some very white and compressed. I do not notice any particular problem having stretched out my bile ducts. I have eliminated all gallbladder attacks and I am digesting food much better than before flushing. I have eliminated seasonal alergies and my hair and nails are stronger and thicker.

Until the 17th flush, I did not hit "the mother load". On the 17th flush, I must have gotten out about a pound of stones out of my liver. After that, I got serious stone volume for 6 more flushes. After the 23rd flush, I did not get much of anything.

I am continuing to do flushes, but not often. After including lecithin and more plant fats into my diet, I seem to be able to keep my liver and gallbladder from forming stones.

I recommend taking Gold Coin Grass and Chanka Piedra to break up stones and assist your liver and gallbladder in pushing out the stones. You also need to do all of the cleanses; kidney, colon, parasite. Fasting is good to help your body cleanse if you can handle it.

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