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Re: Jock-Itch Momentary Cure? Why? by #149373 ..... Candida & Dysbiosis Forum

Date:   5/26/2012 10:12:38 PM ( 5years ago)
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I just saw your gallstone post and thought Id post my experience here:

OMG! WHy didn't I see this post about Gallstones sooner?! Last summer I did a gallstone flush using the chinese herbs on When the flush time came I excreted over sixty stones, all bright green. The biggest was huge! The size of a small ball (little bouncy ball/bubble gum in ball shape). The smallest was the size of a dime. Despite getting so many stones out, I still felt absolutely terribel because I had done SO much flushing (I did a flush before and got out really small stones, second flush is where I scored big time)

YET! in the fall, I got my gallbladder pains back and my ultrasounds came back clear. Further research shows that Gallstones don't have to be seen in ultrasounds, and that if you have a few, chances are you have A LOT, as some people start gettign them as kids an dtypically someone with them can have up to five hudnred.

I used malic acid ALWAYS last summer, adn will continue to do my next flush in a few weeks time. In the mean time I went to a homeopath and strongly recommend it. Although I am not by any means perfect right now, what she gave me has given me the best/efficient/realistic die off ever, with old candida symptoms from childhood popping up and resolving themselves in the span of two to four days.

She's also great because she said if what she gave me doens't completely solve thigns, she'll give me my next treatment completely free/reassess things etcetera.

Homeopaths are different. No naturepath worked for me. This woman listened to me and asked me about my childhood, my scars everything, in order to give me a treatment method that was designed for my personality type/energy level. We are all different and require different treatments.

Now I really want to become a homeopath.

Hope this helps in some way.

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