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Coca-Cola Cures Persimmon Stones

Coca-Cola Cures Persimmon Stones


Persimmon lovers cured of stomach stones after drinking Coke

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Doctors say a woman's severe persimmon stones were cured by drinking a liter of Coke a day for three days.

Persimmons are sweet and delicious and have high levels of vitamin C, but enjoying too many can cause people to develop "persimmon stones." But persimmons can now be enjoyed with impunity, as doctors say the cure for persimmon stones is just drinking Coca-Cola.

Persimmon stones, or bezoars, often form in the stomachs of people who eat many persimmons. Persimmons have high amounts of tannins and pectins, and when combined with stomach acid they can form indigestible stones in the stomach. But according to Shanghaiist, several doctors say the stones are cured by drinking Coke for a few days.

One doctor said that a 24-year-old patient with severe persimmon stones was completely cured after she was told to drink a liter of Coke a day for three days. That patient was apparently the third this month cured of persimmon stones by drinking Coke, though doctors say the treatment is best for younger people because of their "more dynamic stomach."

With an easy cure for persimmon stones on the table, check out some of our best recipes for some good ways to enjoy persimmons.


The Straight Dope - Will Coke and asparagus cure kidney stones?

My mother is prone to kidney stones — no problems in a while, but lately she's had symptoms that made her think perhaps she was cooking up a new stone or two. I noticed she drinks a lot of Coca-Cola and wondered if this was a causative agent . but from what I see online apparently it's a cure for kidney stones. I never heard of this before, but there's stuff all over the Web and YouTube about it. What's the Straight Dope?

For those who haven't heard of it, kidney flushing has indeed been enthusiastically embraced all over the Internet, on the usual holistic/herbal/spiritual sites. The reasoning goes:

1) Asparagus is good for the kidneys, and a mild diuretic to boot.

2) Coca-Cola contains phosphoric acid, and we've all heard it can dissolve nails.

3) Therefore, consuming huge amounts of asparagus and Coca-Cola will dissolve and flush those nasty kidney stones.

The exact instructions vary. Some specify Coke or Classic Coke others say Diet Coke, Pepsi, or even Dr Pepper may also be efficacious. In any case, the general procedure is to cook 6 to 8 ounces of asparagus, blend it into a smoothie, chug it, then drink either a six- or 12-pack of the appropriate soft drink, followed by lots of water. If there are no results in one to three days, repeat until the stones dissolve or pass. Some recommend peeing through pantyhose or a coffee filter to catch the shards.

My assistant Una rifled through the scientific databases and found no studies on kidney flushing. Could it work, though? Let's give this some thought.

Most kidney stones are made up of calcium oxalate, calcium phosphate, or both. Urinary tract infections can form struvite stones (magnesium ammonium phosphate, if that means anything to you). Uric acid stones turn up sometimes, and rarely one finds stones formed from cystine, an amino acid.

Determining what type of stones you have is critical to treating and preventing them. For example, high levels of oxalate from some foods can lead to calcium stones, struvite stones are encouraged by alkaline urine, and acidic urine contributes to uric acid stones. Cystine stones can be reduced by alkaline urine.

You see the problem: A treatment that fights one kind of stone — namely making the urine more acidic or alkaline — can be the very thing that helps another kind of stone form. If you start medicating yourself with some Internet remedy without first establishing what sort of stones you've got, you could make things worse.

That said, changing your diet and urine pH can in fact help prevent or sometimes reverse kidney stone formation, and with this in mind doctors have been investigating ways of modifying urine chemistry for at least 80 years. Turns out some stones can be dissolved through diet, but it generally takes weeks or months.

In the 1930s physicians were trying to dissolve kidney stones using dubious cocktails of dilute aqua regia (nitro-hydrochloric acid), ammonium chloride, ammonium nitrate, malic acid, and ash, with minimal success. In 1939 doctors at Massachusetts General Hospital reported that even tenacious calcium stones could be dissolved, but only by direct application (via catheter) of sodium citrate and citric acid, and only after nearly three weeks of treatment.

So let's consider our remedy. Asparagus will make urine slightly more alkaline. It also contains oxalates, which will make calcium-based stones worse, and purine, which is bad for uric acid stones. Coca-Cola on the other hand will make urine more acidic. Given the relative proportions of the kidney flush mix, we'd expect the resulting mess to make your urine slightly more acidic.

Enough to make a difference? Don't be silly. I came across a 1930s case in which a doctor treated a woman suffering from carbonate stones with the above-mentioned brew of dilute aqua regia and whatnot plus an acid ash diet, reducing her urine pH to 4.5 for several months. She passed several stones, and X-rays showed that what was left was reduced in size, but getting the last bits out required surgery. Bear in mind that nondilute aqua regia is a corrosive acid alchemists used to dissolve gold. It's safe to say you won't get the same results with Coke.

Except by coincidence. Kidney stones of half a centimeter or less pass spontaneously about 70 percent of the time, and stones up to one centimeter have nearly a 50 percent chance of passing without treatment.

Will you do yourself any harm? Probably not. It's not like there's some more effective treatment you'd have to forego to dose yourself with Coke. Then again, of the top 20 Google hits that came up for "kidney flush asparagus coke," not one mentioned the importance of determining the type of stone before treatment, and only a couple thought it might be helpful to consult a doctor. Not to harp on the unreliability of the Internet, but on serious matters you need to speak to someone with a clue.


How to remove soda stains from .

. washable clothing:

Dan Miller, owner of Mulberry’s Garment Care in Minneapolis, St. Paul and San Francisco, explains that cola stains are plant-based and are broken down by acids. Miller offers a three-level approach to tackling this stain.

Pre-treat the stain with lemon juice or vinegar and allow it to sit on the stain for 5 minutes. It may be helpful to tamp the stain with a small brush or toothbrush.

Rinse the stain with water to make sure the acid doesn’t damage the fabric.

In most cases, this pre-treatment will loosen the stain and it will come out by rubbing with detergent or throwing in the washer.


Sheep Liver Diagnosis

istockphoto With no blood tests or X-rays, how did ancient healers diagnose illness?

In Mesopotamia (modern-day Iraq), practitioners made judgments not by inspecting the patient but by examining the livers of sacrificed sheep.

At the time, the liver was thought to be the source of human blood, and hence the source of life itself. Clay models of sheep livers date back as far as 2050 B.C. Talk about medicine gone baaad!


Persimmon Skins and Other Foods that Can Cause Obstruction in the GI tract

If you enjoy eating persimmons, please know that it's best to avoid eating their skins.

Persimmon skins are one of several foods that can contribute to the buildup of an indigestible mass in the gastrointestinal tract - called a bezoar - that can lead to serious complications and a need for surgery if the mass gets large enough to obstruct the GI tract.

Other common foods that can contribute to the formation of a bezoar if eaten in large quantities in a short period of time are celery, prunes, leeks, raisins, pumpkin skin, and beet skin.

Common symptoms of a developing bezoar are bloating, a feeling of fullness after eating only a small amount of food, nausea, lack of appetite, and otherwise unexplained weight loss.

Small bezoars can eventually pass on their own. In East Asian countries, the first line of treatment often includes steady intake of coca cola or ginger ale, as the acidity of these beverages is thought to help break down a bezoar. A much healthier albeit slightly less acidic choice would be sparkling water. Coke and ginger ale typically have a pH in the high 2s, while sparkling (carbonated) water has a pH between 3 and 4. The lower the pH, the more acidic a solution is.

If you have family or friends that enjoy eating large quantities of persimmons or the other foods mentioned above, please consider sharing this information with them.

P.S. On a related note, please know that bezoars can also develop in pets that are exposed to synthetic fibers found in some chew and pull toys, so it's best to avoid giving any such toys to dogs and cats.


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2. Coca-Cola contains phosphoric acid, and we’ve all heard it can dissolve nails.

3. Therefore, consuming huge amounts of asparagus and Coca-Cola will dissolve and flush those nasty kidney stones.

The exact instructions vary. Some specify Coke or Classic Coke others say Diet Coke, Pepsi, or even Dr Pepper may also be efficacious. In any case, the general procedure is to cook six to eight ounces of asparagus, blend it into a smoothie, chug it, then drink either a six- or twelve-pack of the appropriate soft drink, followed by lots of water. If there are no results in one to three days, repeat until the stones dissolve or pass. Some recommend peeing through pantyhose or a coffee filter to catch the shards.

My assistant Una rifled through the scientific databases and found no studies on kidney flushing. Could it work, though? Let’s give this some thought.

Most kidney stones are made up of calcium oxalate, calcium phosphate, or both. Urinary tract infections can form struvite stones (magnesium ammonium phosphate, if that means anything to you). Uric acid stones turn up sometimes, and rarely one finds stones formed from cystine, an amino acid.

Determining what type of stones you have is critical to treating and preventing them. For example, high levels of oxalate from some foods can lead to calcium stones, struvite stones are encouraged by alkaline urine, and acidic urine contributes to uric acid stones. Cystine stones can be reduced by alkaline urine.

You see the problem: a treatment that fights one kind of stone—namely making the urine more acidic or alkaline—can be the very thing that helps another kind of stone form. If you start medicating yourself with some Internet remedy without first establishing what sort of stones you’ve got, you could make things worse.

That said, changing your diet and urine pH can in fact help prevent or sometimes reverse kidney stone formation, and with this in mind doctors have been investigating ways of modifying urine chemistry for at least 80 years. It turns out some stones can be dissolved through diet, but it generally takes weeks or months.

In the 1930s physicians were trying to dissolve kidney stones using dubious cocktails of dilute aqua regia (nitro-hydrochloric acid), ammonium chloride, ammonium nitrate, malic acid, and ash, with minimal success. In 1939 doctors at Massachusetts General Hospital reported that even tenacious calcium stones could be dissolved, but only by direct application (via catheter) of sodium citrate and citric acid, and only after nearly three weeks of treatment.

So let’s consider our remedy. Asparagus will make urine slightly more alkaline. It also contains oxalates, which will make calcium-based stones worse, and purine, which is bad for uric acid stones. Coca-Cola on the other hand will make urine more acidic. Given the relative proportions of the kidney flush mix, we’d expect the resulting mess to make your urine slightly more acidic.

Enough to make a difference? Don’t be silly. I came across a 1930s case in which a doctor treated a woman suffering from carbonate stones with the above-mentioned brew of dilute aqua regia and whatnot plus an acid ash diet, reducing her urine pH to 4.5 for several months. She passed several stones, and X-rays showed that what was left was reduced in size, but getting the last bits out required surgery. Bear in mind that nondilute aqua regia is a corrosive acid alchemists used to dissolve gold. It’s safe to say you won’t get the same results with Coke.

Except by coincidence. Kidney stones of half a centimeter or less pass spontaneously about 70 percent of the time, and stones up to one centimeter have nearly a 50 percent chance of passing without treatment.

Will you do yourself any harm? Probably not. It’s not like there’s some more effective treatment you’d have to forego to dose yourself with Coke. Then again, of the top 20 Google hits that came up for “kidney flush asparagus coke,” not one mentioned the importance of determining the type of stone before treatment, and only a couple thought it might be helpful to consult a doctor. Not to harp on the unreliability of the Internet, but on serious matters you need to speak to someone with a clue. —Cecil Adams


OUR PATIENT

Looking back,our patient appears to have increased her stone attack frequency with the help of the “Coke treatment” from yearly to several times per week. It seems that the remedy was indeed worse than the disease.

During our visit, in preparation for which she performed several 24-hour urine collections, we determined an individualized plan for her kidney stone treatment based on her urine parameters and a thorough history. With a steady increase in her daily fluid intake and the addition of thiazide therapy, at last check she has had no further stone episodes.


1. Lemon Juice and Olive Oil

Hands down the lemon juice and olive oil protocol for kidney stones is the most popular. Typically, two ounces of each are consumed several times a day until the stones pass. This is not surprising since lemon juice is useful in dissolving calcium stones, the most common type of kidney stone. 2

2. Apple Cider Vinegar

In the world of natural remedies, when in doubt, apple cider vinegar always seems to come to the forefront. Raw and organic apple cider vinegar is a useful remedy for kidney stones.

3. Juice

Lemon juice, lime juice, pomegranate juice and other juices have been use to dissolve or relieve kidney stones. Surely quality fluids are especially important during a bout of kidney stones and make a great addition to other kidney stone protocols.

4. Baking Soda

Baking soda is a useful remedy for uric acid stones because it increases the alkalinity of the urine, which can help dissolve the stones and prevent future stone formation. 3 Ideally when using baking soda for stones, pH test strips are used as well to find the ideal amount of baking soda to consume daily to get the urine to the ideal alkalinity, specifically 6-6.5. Baking soda, when used as a natural remedy is taken in water, usually by adding ¼ teaspoon to water. If the desired alkalinity is not reached with ¼ teaspoon baking soda in water, the amount can be increased to ½ teaspoon, etc.

5. Herbs

There are a number of herbs that have been proven useful for kidney stone sufferers. Chanca Piedra is a popular remedy, and no wonder – its nickname is “stonebreaker.”

Other herbs are useful as well. Some work by dissolving stones. Others work by providing a more comfortable passage of kidney stones. Alfalfa, cornsilk, gravel root, and marshmallow root are common herbs that benefit the urinary system in general and kidney stones in particular.

6. Castor Oil

Castor oil is especially useful as a pain remedy. A topical castor oil pack can be used with along with internal remedies as a complementary treatment

To make a castor oil pack for kidney stones follow these directions:

  • Fold a large piece of cotton flannel or wool (a square of cotton bath towel will work in a pinch, but it will not ever be able to be used as a bath towel again) into a rectangle about 6 inches by 8 inches.
  • Slowly add castor oil to the cloth until it is wet with castor oil but not soaked.
  • Place the cloth against the skin at the area where the pain is most intense.
  • Cover the cloth with a piece of plastic wrap.
  • Use an ace bandage to secure the cloth and plastic to the body.
  • Apply a heating pad or hot water bottle to the castor oil pack. Keep the heat applied for 2 hours. (It is not recommended to sleep with a heating pad!)

The castor oil pack can be used as long as desired. If used overnight it can be placed in a plastic bag and reused the next night, and even up to 20 or more applications. More castor oil may need to be added.)

Castor oil works well to relieve pain. It may also help some types of stones to dissolve, soften or dislodge.

7. Warm Bath

A warm bath can be soothing for kidney stone pain. Adding 1 cup of magnesium can help with relaxation.

8. Supplements

Some useful supplements for kidney stone sufferers include:

9. Dietary Changes

A good diet will benefit overall health and can prevent kidney stones.

Some general guidelines include:

  • A diet that is mostly comprised of a variety of whole foods.
  • Sugar and processed foods are kept to a minimum.
  • Coffee and soda should be used in careful moderation.
  • Alcohol should be consumed sparingly.
  • Hydration is important for kidney health and can prevent stones! Herbal tea and pure water are ideal sources of hydration.
  • Watermelon is an especially wonderful food for kidney stone sufferers. Not only does it promote hydration it is sometimes used as a natural remedy for kidney stones.

Do you have a natural remedy for kidney stones? Please send us some feedback!

Apple Cider Vinegar, Chanca Piedra

1 User Review

I have 8 mm kidney stone . Took 2 tablespoons ACV 2 x a day and chanca piatra for 3 months but the kidney stone stilll the same.. Ended up with lithotripsy

How much CP did you take? Mine says 5 cups of CP tea a day for treatment, start to see benefits in two weeks..

Update. there was no stone in my bladder. Screening my urine revealed the stone had been dissolved into a fine powder. I don't know if it was a combination of the 2 treatments, but if I had to choose only one, I would go with the caster oil/heating pad. I was able to urinate freely withing 45 minutes of the first oil pack treatment and the stone dissolved the next night 75 minutes into the oil pack treatment.

Garlic, Lemon

1 User Review

As for kidney stones, I was told this recipe dissolves them:

1. 40 cloves of garlic chopped finely ( I use the processor) 5-6 lemons cut in half and seeds removed.

2. Process in the processor (including the skins).

3. Combine lemons and garlic and a liter of water bring to a simmering boil then remove from heat.

4. Strain garlic and lemon from the water.

Put the lemon/garlic water in a jar or pitcher and keep refrigerated.

Dosage: For three weeks take a shot glass every day. Then off one week. Then repeat for three weeks again.

IP6 and Inositol

1 User Review

On the advice of my doctor, I used IP6 & inositol (inositol hexaphosphate) to dissolve a kidney stone. I took 2 in the morning and 2 at night 90 minutes away from food. It worked.

Low Oxalate Diet, Magnesium Citrate

1 User Review

After 30 years of kidney stones I am finally stone free. I've had over 16 calcium oxalate stones. My first was in 1988 the next was in 2001. Since then I have had at least 15 stones. I started taking control of my eating habits in 2008, but it was not until 2017 that I finally took the steps that resulted in my being stone free.

The first thing I did in 2008 was to cut high oxalate foods from my diet. Spinach, black tea, beans (both green and dry, in fact any legume), processed chocalate, white and sweet potatoes and carrots were the first things I dropped. This took stones from appearing every 15 to 18 months to 3 years.

Then I discovered the University of Chicago's kidney Stone web pages, they are awesome. From them I learned how stone formers have a different body chemistry and that just 50 MG of oxalates can cause stones to form.

Their list of the amount of oxalates in foods was the most comprehensive I had seen. Learning about different foods validated my decision to eliminate high oxalate foods but really showed the need to watch what you eat because oxalates show up anywhere. One tip they gave was to take a high citrate supplement. It turns out that citrate binds to oxalate ions and stops them from being released into the body. I elected to take Magnesium Citrate. I also stumbled onto the “Trying Low Oxalate” yahoo users group. They have lots of members who must limit oxalates for lots of health reasons, (endometriosis is just one). Something I would have not thought of are high oxalate spices and supplements.

From them I found out that just one packet of Stevia sweetener has 47 mg of oxalate (I switched to monk fruit extract which has zero oxalate.) Their list of foods is even better than the University of Chicago's. This past August I received another ultrasound, I asked to be tested because of all the steps I had taken. (I have had them after every stone I had ever passed, normally there would be 2 to 4 small stones still present.) This time I was found to be stone free. One final tip, I heard from one food manufacturer, they claimed that only unprocessed cocao had no oxalates. That even dark chocolate is processed and has oxalates.

I hope that my story helps others get rid of their stones.

Multiple Remedies

2 User Reviews

Green Tea, Cayenne Pepper, Castor or Flaxseed Oil.

The sonogram showed I had five stones in my right kidney and two in my left kidney at the same time. my pain was in my stomach and mid to lower back. My stomach was bloated. I had to wait two days for the bloating to go away. I drank distilled water with cranberry juice no additives. Then I started the cayenne pepper and other oils and citrus juices. The fourth day I started passing the stones. I went back on the sixth day and the sonogram proved the kidney stones were gone.

Interesting. I just went through the painful ordeal 2 days ago. 1 stone passed found it in the urine. Want to find out what can dissolve these stones.

Probiotics

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Chronic Recurring Kidney Stones

Many people get kidney stones and are able to effectively eliminate them with Chanca Piedra or the olive oil with lemon juice remedy, but what do you do if the stones keep recurring? If they are like the majority of stones, they are likely formed from calcium oxalate, so reducing calcium intake may be helpful, but what else can you do to try and prevent them from coming back?

The following PubMed abstract suggests that probiotics containing some common Lactobacillus strains may be just the ticket to help deal with this common and often painful problem. Considering that probiotics can have a myriad of positive health effects, this may be a very nice option to have!

J Clin Gastroenterol. 2014 Nov-Dec48 Suppl 1:S91-5. doi: 10.1097/MCG.0000000000000228.

Screening of different probiotic strains for their in vitro ability to metabolise oxalates: any prospective use in humans?

Mogna L1, Pane M, Nicola S, Raiteri E.

Oxalate is the salt-forming ion of oxalic acid and can generate oxalate salts combining with various cations, such as sodium, potassium, magnesium, and calcium. Approximately 75% of all kidney stones are composed primarily of calcium oxalate (CaOx) and hyperoxaluria, a condition involving high urinary oxalate concentration, is considered a primary risk factor for kidney stone formation, known as nephrolithiasis. Current therapeutic strategies often fail in their compliance or effectiveness, and CaOx stone recurrence is still common. After an initial stone, there is a 50% chance of forming a second stone within 7 years if the condition is left untreated. The potential therapeutic application of some probiotics, mainly lactobacilli and bifidobacteria, in reducing hyperoxaluria in vivo through intestinal oxalate degrading activity is compelling and initial reports are promising. This study was undertaken to screen different Lactobacillus and Bifidobacterium strains for their capacity to degrade oxalate in vitro using reverse-phase high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC).

The oxalate-degrading activity of 13 lactobacilli and 5 bifidobacteria was tested using a novel HPLC method after growth in a broth culture added with 10 mM ammonium oxalate. Experiments were repeated 3 times. Oxalobacter formigenes (DSM 4420) was used as positive reference to validate HPLC oxalate-degrading capability assays.

Lactobacillus strains were more efficient than bifidobacteria in degrading oxalates. L. paracasei LPC09 (DSM 24243) gave the best result, as 68.5% of ammonium oxalate was converted at the end of incubation, whereas the following best converters belong to the L. gasseri and L. acidophilus species. The relatively low conversion rate observed for most bifidobacteria can probably be attributed to intrinsic oxalate toxicity toward this genus.

Humans lack the enzymes needed to directly metabolise oxalate, and this potentially toxic compound is, therefore, managed using alternative pathways. As oxalate-degrading bacteria are present in the endogenous microbiota of the human intestine, although with significant individual differences, it is possible to hypothesise that the administration of selected oxalate-degrading probiotics could be an alternative and innovative approach to reducing the intestinal absorption of oxalate and the resulting urinary excretion.

You can't go wrong supplementing with probiotics. However, another important point here is for people who struggle with recurring kidney stones is to increase magnesium intake. Reducing calcium intake and increasing magnesium intake is key. In the presence of Magnesium, oxalates will combine with magnesium to form magnesium oxalate instead of calcium oxalate.

Per Wikipedia, " Magnesium (Mg 2+ ) oxalate is 567 times more soluble than calcium oxalate, so the latter is more likely to precipitate out when magnesium levels are low and calcium and oxalate levels are high."

In other words, if you have enough magnesium, the oxalates will be excreted through the urine without forming stones.

Incidentally, there is a lot of misinformation on YouTube and the internet by so called experts who advise avoiding foods high in oxalates. Some of the foods they list are absolutely super foods, such as spinach, avocado and almonds. What these so called experts don't take into consideration is that while these foods have high levels of oxalates, they are also among the foods with the highest levels of magnesium.

Yes, mother nature has more wisdom than our scientists and does not make mistakes!

Incredibly useful information. I will try this. I tried the olive oil/lemon method, and it made my condition 10X worse, putting me on the ground in even worse agonizing pain. Probably the worst pain I've ever been in my life. I will never do it again. Will try this. Thank you Art for sharing this information!

The olive oil/lemon thing caused me to be in the worst agony I have ever been in in my life.

Next, I tried magnesium. Magnesium was able to break it up within 1 week and finally passed pieces of what appeared to be a VERY large stone, as big as a pea. Frightening. Now I see why I was in so much pain. Magnesium is incredible..


Dr Sutter’s Olive oil, coke, lemon, liver flush

Dr. Sutter is one of the experts at Curezone.com and he shared his liver flush protocol using of all things… Coca Cola! If it works, it works. This is another type of liver flush we can always add to our arsenal of liver flush protocols.

Originally found on http://curezone.com/forums/fm.asp?i=934180

Subject: Olive oil, coke, lemon, liver flush
Username: knows Date: 8/4/2007

I know this is controversial but it does work and I’ve never seen anything get stuck in the Common Bile duct with this flush. This flush saved my life back in 1998-99.
Doc

Supplies:
1. Two ounces of fresh squeezed lemon juice. (1-2 lemons)
2. Ultra Phos liquid. Do NOT do a liver flush without this.
3. Olive oil. Regular extra virgin oil will do.
4. Coca Cola Classic. Bottle, NOT can. (yes, it can be a plastic bottle)
5. Apple Cider. Not apple juice. It doesn’t have to be organic apple cider either, just regular old apple cider you can get at the grocery store is fine.

For three days drink one quart of apple cider per day. Add 90 drops of Ultra Phos liquid to each quart. Drink the apple cider throughout the day. With meals, between meals, it doesn’t matter. On the third day of drinking the apple cider, three hours after your evening meal, you do the liver flush.

Mix together the following:
2 ounces of lemon juice
4 ounces of olive oil.
4 ounces of Coca Cola Classic. (Shake the Coke a few times to get all the fizz out).

Stir this mixture together. DO NOT SHAKE. Stir vigorously then drink.
Immediately lay down on your right side, knees slightly bent, head properly supported, for 30 minutes. Then 15 minutes on your left side and 15 minutes on your back. Then get up and move around a bit. Nothing strenuous.

You can get the Ultra Phos at:
http://www.ultralifeinc.com
or call 618-594-7711.

Results: The oil usually passes within a few hours. If you experience any nausea treat it with ginger or peppermint tea. The nausea leaves once the oil has passed. Within 12 to 24 hours the debris that was congesting the liver will pass. Green, pea size stones, dead parasites and lymphatic debris. Drink plenty of distilled water the next few days.

The effects of the Liver Flush are quite dramatic and very rewarding. You are literally cleaning you bodies blood filter. Very important in any recovery process.

The liver flush should be done only AFTER a minimum of two weeks on an antiparasite program. For maitanence, after you get your health back, twice a year is sufficient. Do a two week antiparasite program along with a good colon cleanse topped off on day 14 by a liver flush.


What Makes Coke and Asparagus a Good Remedy to Treat Kidney Stones?

To stone flush using these two suggested remedies is believed that the strong acidic properties of coke added to the healthful characteristics of asparagus aid as a diuretic to flush out kidney stones as well as to cleanse the kidney.

Though this method hasn’t been fully accepted medically, still a lot of patients who have tried a lot of medicine to pass out stones are willing to try just about any possible remedy to get rid of the discomfort they feel. Also, one must remember that drinking lots of water still tops the list of flushing out kidney stones. Good luck on having a healthy kidney!

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