GallBladder Stone Please HelpMy Wife is suffering from gall bladder stone about 1.2cm in size. I am looking for suitable medicine for this problem. Is there any Dr. Schwabe medecine For this problem? Reply me as soon as possible.
Wajid on 2005-06-21
dylis last decade
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princeofnoland last decade
The doctors won't tell you this. It is your liver that fills up with these fatty chlorestrol stones then it gets so full that they spill into the gallbladder. The majority that go through with gallbladder removal have the same painful symptoms within 1-3 years later because the liver was never flushed.
I have seen and tried, know of friends who have also used very simple cheap gallbladder flush recipes that cause the stones to soften, pass through the bile ducts and out through the colon. Never heard of Actigall but if it works without surgery I think that is great.
As always, we need to consider the root of the problem. Most gallstones are pure fat and have often formed around a parasite. Gallstones are most common in overweight people and found in diets that are heavy in meat and dairy with very little fiber or sufficient water intake.
cdhokc last decade
I am on Berberis at the moment from a homeopath and have not had an attack yet. I strongly suggest you seek professional help on this one (see a qualified Homeopathic Practitioner, do not go it alone.
Traci_London last decade
A new study shows that eating vegetable protein saves your gallbladder. In the study, as subjects consumed higher quantities of vegetable protein, their risk of needing their gallbladders removed plummeted.
This is yet more evidence showing the health benefit of avoiding red meat and protein from animal sources. You can get all the protein you need from plants: soy products, nuts and seeds, sprouts, green vegetables, and even quinoa.
The study didn't even mention the remarkable high protein content available in spirulina and other superfoods such as chlorella and wheat grass.-Health ranger(with thanks to mr Mike adam)
munish last decade
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