The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 18
Forums/Links for gallbladder flush
Posted By: Richard L Fink (O- ns)
In Response To: I'll do it! (still scared though) (Jenny 0+)
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This may be the same forum previously posted and entered via a different path. There ar lots of google hits on
Gold Coin Grass apparently destroys gall stones, making them easier to pass.
One site suggested peanut oil for those who don't tolerate olive oil. I don't have a copy of the allowed users of peanut oil here. I would expect any allowed oil to work as well. Some people flush on teaspoons of oil very slowly over a week and some hit it with a pint all at once.
Don't do anything because someone suggested it. Study the references and use Yahoo or Google to find additional information. One of the pages below provides 5 slightly different techniques for flushing. One may work better than another for you. Read people's results and problems. If you have gall bladder problems, approach this more carefully than those of us who don't.
I will say that I am beginning to suspect something about this procedure. In ER4YT, once you have done it, the body really doens't want to go back. It gets used to feeling well. When you use a power toothbrush to clean the gums, I am told that if you stop your gums tell you in no uncertain terms that they want you to keep doing it. Flushing the stones out of the liver/gall may well be like this. Once you disturb them, once your systems finds out that it can "feel better" it isn't going to allow you to stop until the whole thing is clean as a whistle. There is also the factor that once you see what comes out of you, there is a significant desire to get rid of all of it. Sort of like discovering you have parasites. I know a B who gets parasites at the drop of a hat (he recently got a parasite from a $75 dinner in San Francisco). He is very uncomfortable until he gets rid of them. The knowledge they are there is almost as bad as their effect.
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Jenny -- Tuesday, 19 February 2002, at 5:03 a.m.
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