Natural Remedies for Gall Bladder Stones

Natural Remedies for Gall Bladder Stones

10:14 am Sharib Azmi 2

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1. Fresh Lemon Juice: Freshly squeezed lemon juice can be used for dislodging the gall stones that have blocked the bile ducts. Squeeze lemon juice to form 1/4th of a cup. This has to be consumed first thing in the morning empty stomach without adding water. It could be a bitter task, but doing this every day for a week will ensure that your gall stones are dislodged from the gall bladder and bile secretion resumes duty again. Once the discomfort and pain is eased, you may stop this treatment.

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2. Mixed Fruit Juices: Fruit juices that are of an acidic nature can melt gall stones. A great remedy for taking the benefit from all the fruit juices is to mix them together and consume every day until you get the gall stones removed from your system. For this, mix apple juice, lemon juice, grapefruit juice and pear juice every day. The combined action of these juices will help in dislodging the bile stones slowly, offering you great relief without other medications.

mixed-fruite-juiceDrinking two cups of apple cider too helps in melting gall stones. Consume as many apples as you can during these days to exert its acidic influence on the stones.

3. Garlic: Garlic mixed with other potent juices and oils will exert great pressure on the gall stones and dislodge it in no time. Chop garlic into fine pieces and add olive oil and lemon juice to it. Take this four times a day. The gall stones will be softened and expelled through.

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Radish: Take Radishes with every food to treat Gall stone

Avoid : Dairy products-Eggs-simple sugar- saturated fats

Intake: Maintain low fat food-Increase your fiber intake – Increase your vitamins

 

Source: http://www.myhealthtips.in/2013/03/natural-remedies-for-gall-bladder-stones.html

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