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Gall Bladder Flush
By Patricia Adams, N.H.C.
Many people have safely eliminated gallstones by doing a gallbladder flush. Here's how it is done:
Start by fasting for 24 to 48 hours on fresh, raw apple juice to clear the colon. An ingredient in the apple juice helps soften the stones. It is helpful to use Gall Bladder Formula and Dandelion, 3 caps of each 3-x day during this fast. These cholagogues increase the flow of bile and help to dissolve stones.
On the evening of the close of the fast, around the time you would have dinner, drink 1 Qt. of warm water with 1 Tbsp. of Epsom salts. Follow the directions on the box of Epsom salts. This should be 2-3 hours before bedtime.
At bedtime, just before going to bed, drink ½ cup of olive oil and ½ cup of lemon juice. These should be fresh and organic. Mix together like you would shake up a salad dressing. The lemon juice cuts the olive oil and makes it more palatable. Next, lie down on your right side with your knees drawn up toward your chest for ½ hour, then stretch out and go to sleep on your right side.
In the morning you should pass dark black or green objects that look like shriveled peas. This may need to be repeated 2 days in a row, but then not again for at least six months. An enema may be done if you don't have a bowel movement.
Most versions of this procedure rely on olive oil as a chief solvent of cholesterol, the main constituent of gallstones. Grapefruit juice may be used in place of lemon juice if you're allergic, but make sure it is fresh squeezed and organic.
There is a small chance that a very large stone could become lodged in the bile duct, which would require surgery to be performed to remove the gallbladder. However, we are not aware of a single case of this having happened, and know of thousands of people (including ourselves) who have used this procedure. Since this procedure is typically done as an alternative to surgery, we believe it is well worth trying.