GALLBLADDER INFLAMMATION

The GALLBLADDER is a pear-shaped organ located below the liver it serves as a storage place for bile which is produced by the liver.

On the entrance of fatty foods into the small intestine, the GALLBLADDER is stimulated to release bile into the small intestine to emulsify and aid in the digestion of fats.

Women and men past 35 years of age and women who have given birth are those who most commonly develop gallstones.  If a gallstone moves into the common bile duct and obstructs the  flow of bile it causes liver congestion with jaundice, inflammation and possible liver damage and infection.

The usual symptoms of the presence of gallstones are vague discomfort and pain in the upper abdomen, indigestion and nausea after eating fatty foods.   A gallstone obstruction causes the most excruciating pain in the upper right side abdomen, radiating straight through to the shoulder blade.

An excess of cholesterol in the bile and obesity appear to be linked to the formation of gallstones.

At the onset of a GALLBLADDER attack, stop eating, drink water for two days and then phase into fruit juices for a few days, pear juice and beet-top juices are most beneficial.   DIABETICS ……..DO NOT FAST ON THE WATER ONLY DAYS.

Re-introduce solids with raw and cooked vegetables and vegetable juices, moderate amounts of fruit (especially pears), yoghurt, cottage cheese, two raw egg yolks per week and one tablespoon of olive oil two times daily.

Avoid all meat and animal fats, margarine and commercial oils and eat small meals at regular intervals.

Try easing the pain of severe inflammation by laying a castor oil pack over the GALLBLADDER region, or alternatively apply a cold milk compress on the upper abdomen and renew this every hour.

Homoeopathic remedies especially for the GALLBLADDER and liver are so healing and can be prescribed by myself, to arrange this prescription please phone 0427239676.

 

 

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