Gall Stones Treatment. Natural Remedy.
Should You Get Your Gall Bladder Out?
Keep your gall bladder if you can. Unless it is absolutely necessary, then gall bladder removal should not be considered. Some people may need to have their gall bladder removed, but I have met so many people who, at the first sign of gall stones, have rushed to the doctor to get the gall bladder removed.
Gall bladder operations are very common, and I think that the reason that many doctors and patients go in for gall bladder removals is because they do not realize that there are treatments which work for removing gall stones. If you have been advised to get your gall bladder out, and you do not have anything else wrong with you, such as a cancerous condition, then you should get a second opinion from another doctor. Go also to an alternative health practitioner such as an ayurvedic healer, a naturopath, herbalist, acupuncturist or chinese medicinal healer for advice.
The thing is, that there are many different alternative treatments for gall stones. Unless it is absolutely necessary to get your gall bladder out, then it obviously might be worth a try to eliminate those gall stones naturally, so that you can keep your gall bladder.
Some of the more well known treatments for breaking up gall stones and eliminating gall stones are:
- Castor oil treatment
- Olive oil and lemon juice
- Epsom salts
- Fasting on juices using fresh organic vegetables and fruits helps to eliminate gall stones and break them up. Herbs such as dandelion leaves and root will help to prevent stones from forming, and also help to break up existing stones.
Prevent Gall Stones From Forming:
- Drink plenty of good water. Don’t drink too much coffee and tea.
- The Diet should be at least 50% fresh fruit and vegetables.
- Keep the diet alkaline with plenty of cooked greens, and raw salads.
- Avoid fried food. Use olive oil and other ‘good’ uncooked oils on salads.
- Go easy on acid-forming foods such as dairy produce, meats, wheat products, especially bread.
- Eat Brown Rice instead of Bread: Use brown rice as a substitute for all those wheat products.
- You will not only lose weight and keep trim, but you will protect your gall bladder, your liver, your heart, kidneys and brain.
- Drink plenty of dandelion root coffee instead of too much ceylon tea and coffee. Dandelion root and dandelion leaves help to break up gall bladder stones.
Olive Oil and Lemon Juice: This is a very old remedy which many natural healers have used, as well as those doctors who have an alternative approach to medicine. Dr Max Gerson, Dr Walter Last, and Dr Wagner are some of the many doctors who have adopted alternative methods of healing in their medical practices. Dr Wagner discusses the olive oil and lemon juice treatment in his book ‘How To Stay Out of The Doctor’s Office’. Walter Last also used this treatment.
Castor Oil Treatment
This treatment was made famous by Dr Gerson, but it actually has been in use for centuries as a method of getting rid of gall stones.
Max Gerson’s method was to take two tablespoons of castor oil every second day for the treatment of cancer. However, castor oil for simple gall stone treatment does not need continuous treatment such as this. One weekly dose of a tablespoonful is probably a sensible dose. In Victorian times, a weekly dose of castor oil was almost mandatory, to ‘fix what’s wrong with you’.
Ask your naturopath or your Ayurvedic practitioner about gall stone treatments and taking castor oil as a remedy.
to be continued