I’ve talked to a radiologist and he told me, there’s no such thing as stones inside the liver. So I made my own research. Very rarely stones appear in liver bile, even in persons that have a lot of gallstones, only 3,4% have also in the narrow liver ducts. So, Hulda Clark was all along wrong, it’s absolutly not true, that 99,9% cancer patients have liver stones!
Something more about so called gallstones: they are heavier than water, they even heavier than bile, so it absolutely not true, that ”stones” from liver-flush (made from cholesterol) could float in water. I remember that my ...
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