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Does Phosphoric acid cause Gallstones?

#23 in Phosphoric acid discussions - 30 posts discuss Gallstones with Phosphoric acid. Gallstones is #23 concern in Phosphoric acid discussions.

Does Phosphoric acid cause Gallstones?

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utter etc- I use phosphoric acid and fruit purees with a...
| curezone.com
" ...guy- butter etc- I use phosphoric acid and fruit purees with applecider ...including gravel which are undeveloped gallstones) it really has to be done a couple of times a year for years- also some people... "

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does her first gallstone flush!I did it! I did the Dr. K...
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" Newbie does her first gallstone flush! I did it! I did the Dr. Kelley protocol with ortho-phosphoric acid. I got 150 stones this morning. If this makes... "

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and still had gallstone problems; not to mention dental...
| curezone.com
" The phosphoric acid is also hard on the bones and the teeth. I drank Coke almost everyday for years and still had gallstone problems; not to mention dental and joint problems. Next... "

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that you take ortho phosphoric acid lecthin stone breaker...
| curezone.com
" there is a gallstone cleanse that you take ortho phosphoric acid lecthin stone breaker and malic acid to soften them then build bile pressure with artichoke and dandelion root on the day... "

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as the same light green color. I took phosphoric acid...
| curezone.com
" ...if what came out are liver/gallstones. They ranged in size from ...that they cut with no problem. The inside was the same light green color. I took phosphoric acid for 6 days before the ...days. Do these... "

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it...you can purchase ortho-phosphoric acid as a supplement...
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" Phosphoric acid helps to dissolve Gallstones and Classic Coke contains phosphoric acid. But there are much healthier ...ways of getting it...you can purchase ortho-phosphoric acid... "

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phosphoric acid are supposed to help soften gallstones, so...
| curezone.com
" ...I know malic acid and phosphoric acid are supposed to help soften gallstones, so that could be true. Why not take powdered malic acid, though, instead of asprin? I remember my dad got rid of a wart... "

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osphoric acid. I think the reason I didn't try this was bec...
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" ...the juice supposedly softens gallstones). I don't remember all the ...juice enough of it. Magnesium supposedly helps prevent the formation of gallstones. Apparently, apples are a ...of apples and also... "

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CID for dissolving gallstones? Heard about this from a...
| www.remedyspot.com
" ...tried, ORTHOPHOSPHORIC ACID for dissolving gallstones? Heard about this ...I have for the GallBladder Flush calls for Ortho- phosphoric acid drops to be added to the apple juice one... "

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Ortho Phosphoric Acid Question\Supposedly this helps helps r...
| curezone.com
" Ortho Phosphoric Acid Question\ Supposedly this helps helps ...normalizing cholesterol levels. Also the phosphoric acid works with malic acid in ...apple juice and may soften gallstones. Is this true?\ \ Has... "

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