Ok lets get the disclaimer out of the way up front, MD or Dr are not associated with my name so this is only what I have seen work and not medical advice. That said I have known a half dozen folks to use this and it has be fully successful for all of them including 2 who were scheduled for surgery to have their gall bladders removed days later and canceled the surgeries after this treatment. All that needs to be done is you eat nothing for 3 or 4 days and all you drink is all the apple juice you can drink, at least a gallon a day. As much as possible after you drink a big glass of apple juice lay on your side with the gall bladder down (I always have a hard time remembering which side its on but if the stones are hurting you should be able to figure it out, I think its the right) and with the hips slightly above the shoulders. This will help the juice get to the gall bladder a bit better. After 3 or preferably 4 days of this make sure you have plenty of reading materials and in the morning you put about 1/2-3/4 cup of olive oil in a glass and adding a healthy squirt of lemon juice may help it go down cause then you chug it down. With in a short time you should be headed for the toilet and be there for most of the day. You may want to take another shop of the olive oil around mid day and keep plenty of fluids going in. By the end of the day you will have passed all the gall stones and flushed them away. The apple juice dose to the gall stones like soaking an egg in vinegar and softens them so they can pass then the olive oil lubes the way and gets them moving. One of the guys I know who did this decided he wanted to know if they made it out (eww) and put a strainer in the stool to catch them then washed it off and found gall stones from the size of the holes in the strainer up to the size of walnuts or a bit larger that had all passed easily. You may need a day to rest up after this as the last day dose tend to be a bit draining but IMO it beats the hell out of paying a few K $ to some Dr to slice and dice on you. This doesn't guarantee they wont come back and it may have to be repeated after a couple years but still the best bet in my book.