A Technique for Dissolving Stones in the Kidneys and Gallbladder Naturally

A Technique for Dissolving Stones in the Kidneys and Gallbladder

A Technique for Dissolving Stones in the Kidneys and Gallbladder

 

I have a nephew in-law who is in his mid 40’s, he has had over a 100 kidney stones since he was 17 years old. I sure hope this recipe can help someone out there from going through his pain and agony!

A Technique for Dissolving Stones in the Kidneys and Gallbladder
Stones in the kidneys or gallbladder can cause individuals pain. These stones are often caused by foods and water. This recipe below has been proven to work to help to dissolve stones from the body for those that are suffering from kidney and gallstones.
Ingredients:
• 9 ounces brown sugar
• 9 ounces extra virgin olive oil
• 9 ounces lemon with peel
• 9 ounces of parsley root that has been ground
• 9 ounces of raw honey
Wash the lemon well, then cut into small pieces and blend it well. Peel the parsley root, cut into small pieces and grind well. Place rest of the ingredients into the blender and blend well. Once well blended, the mixture should look even. Store mixture in the refrigerator in a glass bottle.
Individuals should take one tablespoon in the morning on an empty stomach. Repeat again before going to bed. Drink plenty of water when consuming this magic recipe. The recipe has a good taste to it, and can be used by anyone who suffers from stones in one of the organs.
Source: http://www.healthyfoodplace.com/

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