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Gallstones and other gallbladder disorders affect the gallbladder, a small sac-like organ located beneath the liver that stores bile made in the liver. [divider]. [tabs]. [tab title="Symptoms"]. The most common problem associated with the gallbladder is gallstones, round-shaped stones composed of cholesterol, bile, pigments, and lecithin...

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    Joe Porter Natural Cures Staff / February 3, 2014, 3:26 pm

    Hi 1ndig0,
    As we’ve not tested this, we can’t really comment. Is this all you take? And has this cured you?

    Thanks

    Joe

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    1ndig0 / February 3, 2014, 12:10 pm

    Every morning before I imbibe my vegetable juice breakfast made up of beetroot, carrot, parsley, celery & ginger I have the juice of 1 lemon, 1 lime !& a spoonful of coconut oil in warm water. I am wondering whether this daily practice is helpful in minimising the gallbladder effect? I did try to add grated lemon rind but it gave me reflux. Oh then I rub the remainder lemons up my arms & leave it for half hour, it has eliminated & faded sun freckles & faded brown spots on my hands & arms from years of the harsh Australian sun.

  3. Namie Schowgurow / October 23, 2012, 1:02 am

    Hi, I had my gall bladder removed few years back and didnt know about natural cures. I recently start practiceing better choice healthier foods for my family to teach them that they are their own author of their health. I’v been feeling tired and sore the last 6 months does anyone have any suggestions or information on what happens after taking gallbladders out, for I dont have a clue what to do. I dont take any meds.

  4. j.porter / October 15, 2012, 1:03 am

    Hi Judith,
    We would receommend you see an alternative practitioner for assistance.

    Cheers
    Joe

  5. judithdelatorre / October 14, 2012, 8:25 pm

    Hi.
    I.have 1.8 gallstone and one small stuck in the duct. I want to try with the extra virgen olive oil and lemon,but I want to know if it is not dangerous because one of the gall stone is too big to go into the duct. Can some body help me

  6. j.porter / June 17, 2012, 10:12 pm

    Hi Zahra,
    The support team are not licensed practitioners so we are able to provide you with medical advice.
    We believe you need to see a local alternative practitioner as it sounds as though you need an examination. If you do not know of any, please use the Doctor Referral service available.
    Cheers
    Joe

  7. zahra.rashid / June 15, 2012, 10:36 am

    hey members,
    i loveee this website and my trust in MDs has diminished since i’ve begun to educate myself on health. Can anyone help me? I’ve been experiencing intermittent RUQ pain-randomly throughout the day. Just recently had a ULTRASOUND done and was told i do not have gallstones. WHat could be the problem? I started taking glutathione and not sure if this could be a side effect. Any one familiar with a gallbaldder flush involving Apple Cider Vinegar? Or wHat could dissolve stones (if there are any present). I want this pain to go away and don’t want to wait till things get worse. ANY INFORMATION IS MUCH APPRECIATED!

  8. m.smith / March 28, 2012, 3:24 am

    Hi Donna,

    Please may we suggest that you contact your local holistic practitoner for further guidance.

    Check out our Doctor Referral Service:

    link to naturalcures.com

    Regards!
    Marley

  9. tommysgirltjs / March 16, 2012, 8:29 am

    My daughter had what she thought was an appendicitis attack over a year ago. We went to the ER and after x-rays she was told it was her gallbladder but it wasn’t stones. They said it was “sludge” and they gave her an antibiotic and told her to return if it didn’t clear up. They also told her it could re-accur over time and she may have to have it removed. Today she is having the pain again. Should we follow the same cleansing program? She already eats a dairy/gluten free diet due to migraines and allergies. What about the pain? How do you make castor oil packs or do you buy them? Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thank you

  10. a.whiteley / February 26, 2012, 9:56 pm

    Hi Loreto,

    your local health food shop should be able to supply you with all of these, or at least the balmony and milk thistle. an organic grocers will definately have the yam.

    Regards

    alasdair

  11. Loreto Eclevia / February 24, 2012, 7:11 pm

    Hello everyone! Anyone knows where I can find or buy a
    wild yam – fringetree bark – milk thistle – and balmony?

  12. a.whiteley / January 22, 2012, 11:46 pm

    Dear Christine,

    Polyps are abnormal growth tissue attached usually to mucus membranes. They are unlike gallstones in the fact that they are securely attached to the inside of you, and cannot be treated in the same way as a Gallstone.

    We suggest that you visit a homeopath to seek further advice on your ailment, as we are not professional healthcare practitioners, and therefore cannot give medical advice.

    regards

    alasdair

  13. christineloney / January 20, 2012, 2:13 pm

    I also have a lot of polyps in my stomach. What causes these and what can be done to prevent more?? Can I get rid of them somehow without having a Gastroscopy??

  14. christineloney / January 20, 2012, 2:05 pm

    I have a polyp not a stone in my Gallbladder. Do I follow the same directions as stones?? Can I pass polyps the same as stones

  15. wn2bntx / January 9, 2012, 6:58 pm

    This is great info. Had an MRI recently and my gall bladder is nothing BUT gallstones. We weren’t looking for that but we sure did find it. I will be doing this cleanse the last week of January. Pray it all works. My gall bladder looks like a bunch of tiny grapes!

  16. gailbutler_williams / October 15, 2011, 3:28 pm

    I wish that I would have had this information a few years ago. In my twenties( in the eighties) I had numerous gallbladder attacks but the doctor told me it was an ulcer, I later switched to a semi-vegetarian diet(no red meat) but poultry on holidays and fish sometimes.The symptoms just went away. when I got pregnant years later at 38 I started eating meat again(cravings) when I was 40 those attacks came back,that’s when I found out in the emergency room that it had been my gallbladder all this time. At the time I was encouraged to have the surgey but now I wish I had used the natural method since there are side effects,I have to be very careful of my fat intake, if not 30 minutes later there’s a mad rush for the toilet due to intense diarrhea, so when I’m out, if I’m not sure of the fat content of the food I’m eating I’ll pop an Immodium just in case. ( I never leave home without it). I’m back to eating veg again, it’s much less drama. hope this info was helpful to all.:)

  17. lapperson778 / August 22, 2011, 2:31 pm

    For Donna Boyling,
    Hi! The stones get broken up, really soft, slip through the duct, go into the stomach then into the small intestine, then large intestine, through the colon, and VOILA! out of your body into the toilet. It is so cool to see them come out. It doesn’t hurt at all. There is no cramping. But you should do it when you have a couple of days off since you will need the be near the bathroom.

  18. lapperson778 / August 22, 2011, 2:22 pm

    For Ruth Bevington- Hi. I had (or maybe still have the same problem) I was told in 2006 that I had a large stone-can’t remember the size. I have done 2 different gallbladder flushes over the past 5 years. Quite a few stones came out, some were small, others looked like they might have flaked off a larger one. But I don’t know if I ever did get rid of the larger one because I guess if I asked my doctor for an ultrasound to see if I still have the big one, he would want me to get surgery, which I definately DO NOT want!! So, I am just guessing—maybe I need to do another flush, wait 6 months and do another one just in case the whole big one didn’t completely come apart and empty out. You might try one cleanse now, and again in 6 months. The stones get very soft from the diet and also the extra virgin olive oil/lemon juice mixture that you do on the 7th day. They probably just slip out through the duct. It does not hurt at all. I am thinking that it must break up a little, or come apart as you do each day of cleanse. I also used flax oil, 1 tablespoon 3 times a day, plus Hydrangea supplements, which both soften the stones. I see that you wrote your entry on May 25th of this year, so maybe you already received an answer on this. If so, maybe I have helped someone else?

  19. DONNA BOYLING / August 8, 2011, 8:24 am

    what I would like to know is.. how do the stones pass from the gall bladder and get eliminated from the colon? if anyone knows please let me know.. thanks

  20. Eliaza Popo-Jameson / June 22, 2011, 4:22 am

    Well I suffer with gallstones and have pass lots. I did a colon cleanse and liver flush together. I still suffer with the problem because I still have a very large one I am going to have the cleasing this weekend and keep you posted

  21. ruth26_2000 / May 25, 2011, 6:42 pm

    I have 1.7cm gallstone most likely made up of cholesterol (coz I have high level of cholesterol), therefore, it may be a bit harder to pass. If I do the gallbladder flush as stated above, would there be a chance of obstructing my common bile duct that would lead to more serious problem? Anyone who can relate to my situation?

  22. Sean White / November 5, 2010, 8:52 am

    The gall bladder stores and condenses the bile that the liver makes. So with out, the excess bile just leaks into the gut. Upon autopsy one can always tell if someone has had the gall bladder out because their entire cavity is green! Bright lime green! Well that means that no bile gets sent to the stomach or small intestine to help break down fat. So if someone is having a fat problem then they could take lipozyme ( a product from youngliving essential oils ) with a meal or take grapefruit, cheapest choice! or ledum.
    From my sources…

  23. ELAINE MULVIHILL / November 3, 2010, 12:43 pm

    But what do you do if they take the gallbladder out? What do we do to replace what the gallbladder does for our body if it is not there???

  24. Sean White / September 21, 2010, 6:02 pm

    More nutritional supplementations: essential oils of lemon, grapefruit, orange, or nutmeg

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