Different kinds of stones that are released in the Liver Flush
Hi, this is a question from Denise and she is asking what kinds of stones being released or emitted during a liver flush? She has a client who has just finished her 8th liver cleanse and she continues to release many large and small green, yellow, brown stones, but this time released dense light yellow ten clumps that were of a quarter inch to one inch or by one eighth of an inch and she is wondering what kind of stones they were…
There can be all kinds of stones in different colors and sizes and different density, it depends where they originate from. Many stones, most of the stones, originate from the bile ducts in the liver and these tend to be dark green ones; very dark greens are very old stones, black stones are very old stones, there can be red stones which are bilirubin stones again originating from the liver.
However the beige whitish stones that are dense, that are harder, they are either semi- calcified stones where they have a green center in the middle of the stones, and they are surrounded by a sort of a crust that has yellowish whitish tan color to it. The semi-calcified stones may still float in the toilet because the inner core which is made of cholesterol, the same kind of stones that you find coming out of the liver, but when they are semi-calcified then they come from the gallbladder.
If you cut through them and you will see sort of the various layers of these stones and the surrounding harder crust. However, if they are not crusted and there is no hard crust to it, then they can be cholesterol crystals that are surrounding sort of an inner core of green cholesterol stones, these cholesterol crystals tend to color the stone whitish or light beige and this would account for those kinds of stones. The size is irrelevant, in that respect, you can produce any kind of stone size, there are stones that can be golf ball sizes, so you cannot really differentiate between them; they can be calcified large stones and they can be non-calcified large stones either way, it is good to get them out of the gallbladder and the liver because they are highly obstructive and they prevent the liver from detoxifying the blood and detoxifying the rest of the body, and also, of course, the blocked bile flow produces many digestive ailments such as constipation, irritation, ulcerations, irritable bowel syndrome, stomach problems which reduce the production of hydrochloric acid in the stomach. There are so many different problems that arise from these kinds of stones and it is good to get them out quickly so that your liver can restore the rest of the functions in the body that have diminished due to the presence of these stones in the bile ducts and in the gall bladder.
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