^Interesting or entertaininh depending on your view. John what you describe is anecdotal, at best, and nothing more until you can provide scientific data proving such.
Really not sure where to start as ther is so much you state as fact that has no evidence. But suffice it to say the gallbladder is not toxic. It stores, concentrates and releases bile-salts, produced by the liver, that aid in the digestion of fat -- that's putting it simply. Yes, it can cause problems, but not from what it contains being toxic. And yes, gout is the precipitation of proteins, but what that has to do with coffee enemas, the gallbladder or detox baths needs further explanation becuase it is not readily apparent scientifically or otherwise.
Caslon: While many divide things into conventional and alterantive treatments, I'm not sure that is necessarily correct. The best you can do is find sound scientific evidence supporting said treatment, and there are many 'alternative' treatments that are being studied that show evidence of providing benefit. What works, works, and will stand up to study whether it is conventional or alternative, and such a divide really, when based on evidence, is in mostly one we make in our minds.