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What are different home remedies for gall bladder disorder?

– The gallbladder is a sac located under the liver.
– It stores and concentrates bile produced in the liver.
– Bile aids in the digestion of fats.
– Then it is released from the gallbladder into the upper small intestine (duodenum) in response to food, especially fats.


1. Twice a day for two days, take 1,000 milligrams of Alfalfa in tablet or capsule form with a glass of warm water.
2. Peppermint capsules are used in Europe to cleanse the gallbladder.
3. Turmeric can reduce your risk of further problems of gall.
4. Drink 1 tablespoon of apple cider vinegar in a glass of apple juice.
5. Other beneficial herbs include
• barberry root bark,
• catnip,
• cramp bark,
• dandelion,
• fennel,
• ginger root,
• horsetail,
• parsley,
• wild yam.

1. Gall Bladder treatment using Beet
– Fresh juice of beets and the juices of carrot and cucumber in quantities of 100 ml each.
– These are one of the finest cleansers of the gall-bladder.
– This combined juice is beneficial in the treatment and should be taken twice daily.

2. Gall Bladder Disorder Treatment Using Pear
– The fruit or its juice should be taken as it exercises a special healing effect on all gall-bladder disorders.

3. Gall Bladder Treatment Using Chicory
– The flowers, seeds, and roots of chicory or the endive plant are considered valuable in gall-bladder disorders.
– A decoction of about 30-60 ml of the flowers, seeds, or roots can be used three times daily.
– Chicory can be included for use as a tea or even consumed as a juice.
– Add around 30 mg of the chicory powder to a glass or 100 ml of water and set it to boil.
– Strain the solution and drink it twice a day.
– Keep this up for a month.

4. Gall Bladder Treatment Using Dandelion
– About 125 ml each of the juices of dandelion and watercress should be taken twice daily.
– Dandelion tea is quite popular as an herbal remedy.
– Dandelion stimulates and encourages bile production, which can be helpful for gallstones.

5. Gall Bladder Treatment Using Olive and Sunflower Oil
– Raw, natural, unrefined vegetable oils of olive or sunflower are used.
– The procedure is to take 30 ml of vegetable oil, preferably olive oil, first thing in the morning and follow it immediately with 120 ml of grapefruit juice or lemon juice.
– This treatment should be taken every morning for several days, even weeks.
– A mixture of the oil with honey and lemon juice, a spoonful or two of this mixture around twenty minutes or so before your meals.

6. Gall Bladder Disorder Diet
– The patient should fast for two or three days until the acute condition is cleared.
– Nothing but water should be taken during this period.
– After the fast, the patient should take fruit and vegetable juices for a few days.
– Carrots, beets, grapefruit, pears, lemons or grapes may be taken in the form of juice.
– The patient should adopt a well balanced diet.
– Emphasis should be on raw and cooked vegetables, fruit and vegetable juices, and a moderate amount of fruits and seeds.
– Yogurt, cottage cheese, and a tablespoon of olive oil twice a day should also be included in the diet.
– The patient should avoid meat, eggs, animal fats, processed and denatured foods, fried and greasy foods, refined carbohydrates, and alcohol, products made with sugar and coffee, as well as spices, condiments, and pickles.

7. Other Gallbladder Treatments
– Application of Hot Packs or Fomentation to the Upper Abdominal Area.
– Warm-Water Enema, Physical Exercise.

The Liver and Gallbladder Miracle Cleanse Healthy Digestion the Natural Way 3B Scientific VE315 Liver with Gall Bladder, Pancreas and Duodenum Model

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