Navigating Pain and Concerns During a Gallbladder Flush
On GAPS, the gallbladder flush should be used for adults, not children.
It is recommended to continue doing gallbladder flushes until no gallstones are seen for two months.
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Is humaworm then safe on GAPS? It contains Psyllium… Doesn’t that ingredient supposedly feed pathogens?
Yes, it is gaps approved and yes psyllium is not gaps approved. DNCM says the benefits far outweigh the negatives and approves it.