Hi All,I feel I should share my liver flush experience. Please make your own interpretation of this information but personally I have been amazed (positively) by the results.I will try to be as brief as possible but include the critical facts.Me:-I am 44, male, English, white, fit, healthy, 180 lbs, living in Switzerland and university science educated.Medical history:-Since being wrongly fully diagnosed with cancer and a heart condition when I was 26, I have not been to see a doctor in 18 years. I classify doctors similarly to garage mechanics. Once you have to go to see them you have already lost!Symptoms:-I would not say I have had any major symptoms but have been experiencing negative changes in my bodyâ€™s digestive capabilities during the last 10 - 15 years which were initially mild but gradually increasing in severity. These included (most recently and thus most severely):-Unpredictable diarrhoea, clay coloured stools, very frequent stomach pains /cramps, runners trots (diarrhoea when jogging), about once a year occurrences of fever, acute kidney area pain and severe diarrhoea lasting about 3-4 days.Possible causes:-Over the years I have considered, irritable bowel syndrome, various food allergies, lactase deficiency, parasites, hepatitis and finally gallstones. During recent years I was however unable to definitively identify why my digestive system was so problematic. No really incapacitating symptoms but very sensitive / weak. The slightest excesses of fats, spices, alcohol, stress (eg sales presentation, etcâ€¦) would send me rushing to the toilet with stomach pains and diarrhoea. Finally I just resigned myself that this was just normal ageing and controlled the situation with Imodium.The final straw came after a half marathon this autumn. (I typically used Imodium to stabilise my stomach for a run). A few days after the race I had WHITE stoolsâ€¦WHITE!! And then the kidney area pains started, fever and diarrhoea for a couple of days.Also recently I had had a couple of tiny twinges under my right lower ribs which whilst I could not say they qualified as â€œpainâ€ they were definitely unusual.Putting these facts all together I decided I may have a gallstone problem with the fever etc being perhaps a gallstone blockage related infection, eg pancreatitis etcâ€¦â€¦Searching the internet I discovered the liver and gallbladder flush/purge. Putting various recipes together I have now used the following process three times.- Lots of fresh apple juice (1 -2 litres / day for 5 â€“ 7 days), only prior to first flush.- Low fat food the morning of flush- Stop eating at 12 noon- 2 tablespoons Epsom salts in water at 19.00- 1 more tablespoon Epsom salts at 20.00- 20.30, 2 large helpings of high fat (high quality / yummy ice cream, vanilla and chocolate)- 21.00, 2/3 pint olive oil + 2/3 pint fresh lemon juice. Premixed is slightly easier to swallow, but still YUCKY !22.00, go to bed lying on right side with right knee high towards shoulder.- Next morning, 1 more tablespoon of Epsom salts to get things movingAll bowel movements after the olive oil drink were caught with a food sieve and washed through with cold water from my shower head.My reactions:-By the time I go to bed the Epsom salts will have sent me to the toilet a couple of times and I am empty of food.I have slept reasonably well each of the 3 times I have done this and each consecutive one has been less difficult than before. The first time I did have heart palpitations and very strangely felt profoundly sad (?) during the night for no reason I could identify.Results:-(I have photos of all my results)1st time:- INCREDIBLE ! The first morning toilet trip brought what I thought were peas!! Peas ?? But I had not been eating peas!! Then more peasâ€¦..bigger peasâ€¦..cripes!!!! These are the stones â€¦..I couldnâ€™t believe it. Dark green gelatinous gallstones. In total about 100 grams. A cupful! Largest about 1cm diameter!!!!!!2nd time 3 weeks later:- Didnâ€™t feel so bad after the olive oil. Similar results. About 80 grams of gallstones of which half were a gooey brown colour and didnâ€™t float in water like the pure green ones. I believe this to be the liver sludge.3rd time 3 weeks later:- Again felt much more comfortable during the process. About 10-20 grams of CLEAN soft green gallstones up to 6 mm in size. I believe these to be perhaps the young stones from within the liver.How did I feel afterwards:-This is the remarkable thing. The very next day after the first flush I just couldnâ€™t believe the difference. I woke up with so much more energy. Just felt so much more positive. Extraordinary difference. My friends commented on it immediately.I just feel so much better. I can eat anything I want. Even big fatty meals just before bedtime and I wake up fine. I used to be really sleepy / dozy in the mornings after a big late meal. I have a much higher tolerance for alcohol and spicy foods. I can get away with eating and drinking anything. The way I remember I could at university. And incredibly â€¦.my stools are now a dark brown colour as they should be, not a pale clay colour which had been the case for years. I suspect my biliary system had been blocked up for a long time.I plan to do a fourth flush in January and then 1 per year thereafter.I AM TRULY AMAZED BY THIS!I have now read many medical journals concerning gallbladder issues and am horrified that this is NEVER mentioned as a potential treatment for problems or even as a preventative measure for people without apparent symptoms.I have friends who are doctors and one who is a liver transplant surgeon. None of them have ever heard of this process. Some are fascinated and plan to try it themselves in the New Year.If, by principle, I had not been so against going to a doctor then I may well have taken my slight but long term symptoms for a consultation and may well have ended up having my gallbladder removed as I would not have been sufficiently informed to know better.I do not wish to position myself higher than a professionally qualified doctor and you should all make your own decisions. I write this so that you may hopefully benefit from my story as I most certainly have from other people who published their experiences.I am not a particularly emotional individual but this is one of the two medical related topics which I feel passionate about. The other is against smoking but thatâ€™s another story ;-)I will continue to discuss this topic with my doctor friends and will be fascinated to hear their comments and results. I would love somebody to take this as a PhD topic and do some professional research. But who would sponsor such research? Not the medical or Parma industry thatâ€™s for sure when 750,000 people per year in the US are having their gallbladders removed at a cost of 10,000 USD a time. Thatâ€™s almost a 10 Billion USD industry. Strange how none of the professional groups are promoting this alternate process ;-)â€¦â€¦..we wouldnâ€™t want to change that now would we?Best wishes to you all â€¦â€¦â€¦â€¦â€¦..all comments and feedback welcomeâ€¦â€¦â€¦PS Maybe the Olive Oil industry would sponsor some research ;-) ????