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When counting stones what qualifies as a ''stone''


I have done about 20 liver/gallbladder flushes. Only about half of them expelled anything more than gravel. This probably means that my liver is super-congested. I will continue to flush until all my symptoms are improved. I have noticed very impressive improvements so far, and I am so glad I finally started working on the liver/gallblader.

I have read that people should continue flushing on a regular basis until "clean" and then periodically after that. Most of what I read suggests that for most symptoms to clear one needs to expell 3,500 or more "stones". What counts as a "stone"? Many of my flushes didn't expell anything but fluid. Other times I gets "bits" and "gravel". When stones appear, I usually get only 20-30 stones. At this rate of stone release it will take me 10 years to get my liver/gallbladder clean. Which is fine as I am happy that I am feeling progressively better. But I am interested in what people think qualifies as a "stone" for our purposes here.

Thanks.
 

 
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