2.19.2016

Liver Flush Scientific Test: Debunked or Vindicated?

Have you heard about liver flush and were wondering if it was real or if it is just a fake scam?  Do the ingredients in the liver flush interact with each other to form the grains and stones and sludge that is defecated after the flush?  Well I set out to find out for myself.  Being a chemist and biologist and all I figured that the liver flush was probably hype so I replicated what would happen in the intestines after doing the liver flush.

The ingredients and method for the liver flush is typically to stop eating (fast) for several hours and clear out the intestines with epsom salt.  Then epsom salt, citric acid, and olive oil is taken mixed with water.  One lays on their right side so this concoction seeps into the gallbladder and the stones are expelled out when the citric acid causes the gallblader to expel its contents.  Now my thought was what is happening is the oil causes a release of bile and this bile is an emulsifier so it reacts with the olive oil and in the presence of salt forms basically soap granules.  This is the exact process for making old fashioned soap, a emulsifier like potash mixes with oil to make an emulsion then salt is added to harden it.  So I set out to see if i could replicate what people see in a liver flush in a lab beaker instead and I had pretty good results.

*My fake liver flush*
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So that ladies and gentleman is what I recreated.  This would probably be green too since bile is green but lecithin is orange.  What I did was take about a tsp of ascorbic acid (didn't have citric handy but its about the same).  I dissolved that in water then added several tablespoons of olive oil.  Then I stirred it up and added roughly 1 tsp of liquid sunflower lecithin (to simulate bile) and I also added a tsp of epsom salt.  I stirred it around and cooked it for a while to react everything together then let it cool and strained it.  And that is what you see.  So I think this proves a lot of what people see in the toilet in a liver flush is actually just the reaction product of the ingredients combined with bile.  

However there are some liver flush cases where people pass actual stones.  I feel this experiment was probably good enough to prove that stones CANNOT be explained by just the ingredients reacting together.  But if the "stones" or granules are soft, they probably aren't real.


So I feel like even though most people probably won't experience real results with a liver flush, those with stones might expel them so it is worth using our results here to rethink the typical liver flush protocol.

*Scientifically revised liver cleanse protocol*

I couldn't find any scientific info saying that citric acid causes bile release.  So I question that ingredient.  Epsom salt is probably a good idea to help flush the intestines beforehand so the galbladder can be better stimulated by the treatment.  So my method would be to fast overnight, start taking epsom salt doses spaced out the next day until the evening.  Then stop taking epsom salts and a few hours later take about 1/4 cup extra virgin olive oil mixed in just a little water mixed with some saponins like sarsaparilla or tribulus terrestris.  The gallbladder is so far away from the bile duct that nothing is going to be able to soak into the gallbladder.  What the olive oil really does is stimulate bile release since bile is used to emulsify fats.  30 minutes later take a dose of bitter herb like andrographis or longjack or others that are actually proven to cause bile release unlike citric acid.  And hopefully if you have stones they will be dislodged when the  gallbladder contracts from stimulation from the bitter herb and olive oil in a intestine with no food in it.

*What are gallstones really caused by and how to prevent them*

Gallstones are caused by gallbladder infection.  This is pretty obvious because microbes would cause the bile to congeal and harden and more evidence is that people fed directly into their blood develop gallstones.  This means the bacteria infecting the bile isn't excreted by regular release.  So how do we prevent this infection?  Well we can assume the bacteria is gram positive because gram positive is fat loving bacteria.  Gram positive bacteria is killed ironically by soap.  So plant saponins like tribulus terrestris and sarsaparilla (steroidal saponins) are not absorbed and stay in the intestines and will keep them clear from the gram positive bacteria that would otherwise infect the gallbladder.  My intestinal antimicrobial product will do this and much more please check it out: http://www.naturehackerproducts.com/2015/06/super-advanced-detox-cleanse.html?m=1

And thats that, we scientifically tested the liver flush, found out it isn't a good method, and revised it according to the evidence.  Please share!

10 comments:

  1. Ridiculous and completely unscientific. You are part of the problem with modern medicine. You proved nothing and look like a jackass to anyone who has healed themselves with the liver flush. They are not soap stones. I make soap and these are not soap like in any way shape or form. Soap emulsifies fats. Try washing your hand with a liver stone you dipshit.

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    1. Stones are real I am not saying they aren't. But even people who don't have stones will report they see gunk and that the gunk came from their gallbladder or liver. What I'm showing is that is not necessarily true.

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  3. I would like to read where one actually excreted the fatty stones, like I did for over a dozen times. The amount also decreased over time, which indicates less fatty intra hepatic cholesterol stones remains. What needs to be done is one doing an actual labtest to verify the substance for cholesterol and bile pigments. It is either that or saphonized olive oil. Who can assist on this lab test?

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  4. I would like to read where one actually excreted the fatty stones, like I did for over a dozen times. The amount also decreased over time, which indicates less fatty intra hepatic cholesterol stones remains. What needs to be done is one doing an actual labtest to verify the substance for cholesterol and bile pigments. It is either that or saphonized olive oil. Who can assist on this lab test?

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  5. I have supervised over a thousand flushes. You are completely wrong in all your theories. I have over a hundred images of worms formed inside liver stones. They were not formed overnight. Once I clear people of stones, parasites, food allergies, vaccine residues, both biological and chemical, viruses, bacteria, fungi and heavy metals, remove them from moldy houses, treat their spouses simultaneously as well as pets, correct mineral deficiencies and address genetic maladaptive mechanisms, balance the emotions and mind as well as remove chi and other energetic blocks there are no stones produced from a liver flush other than small green flecks about the size of a pencil tip at the worst.

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  6. It seems nobody is paying attention.
    I am not saying those fatty substances being excreted are not real and that there are no immediate effects and results: there are!. My question is whether any of the practitioners has ever done an actual lab test on the fatty substances to identify what is in them. I have tried to find a lab doing this verification but none wants to do, neither can I find any online. So, may I suggest not to simply debate but actually get a lab test done?? :-)

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  7. I wonder if you added blue food coloring to the olive oil that would probably do the trick. If you have blue stones, you have your answer.

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  8. I found your article really interesting and informative... I have a lot of problems due to gallstones and feel very sceptical about flushes.... I am researching myself, so thanks for great, clear and balanced information.

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