Gallstones are believed by the medical establishment to be formed inside the gallbladder: not the liver. They are thought to be few in number, instead of hundreds. Supposedly, gallstones are not linked to pains other than gallbladder attacks. Orthodox doctors believe these things, because whenever patients have acute gallbladder pain, some of the stones have already moved into the gallbladder, and they are big enough, and sufficiently calcified enough to view with x-rays. The stones inside the liver are rarely noticed. It is where gallstones actually originate.

Whenever the gallbladder is surgically removed, the acute gallbladder attacks disappear, but the bursitis, other miscellaneous pains, and digestive problems remain. Those who have had surgical removal of their gallbladders frequently continue to get bile-coated stones elsewhere that are identical to the supposed "gallstones" described by medical literature. Doctors virtually never mention this to patients beforehand, and dishonestly promote the surgery as a permanent cure.

Gallbladder problems most often arise from poor dietary practices and lifestyles. In most cases, this involves eating too much fat, whilst having few vegetables in a diet. Protein diets that minimize or eliminate vegetables are a recent fad, which easily causes gallstones, in addition to a myriad of other health problems from general malnutrition. Gallstones may also develop from rapid weight loss. Extreme weight loss usually results from the toxicity of pharmaceutical drugs, or a serious underlying health condition. Exercise reduces the likelihood of gallstones, although the mechanism through which this happens is not understood. Therefore, the story of obtaining a healthy gallbladder is a familiar one, for the rules are: get rest, get exercise, and eat your vegetables.

For the sake of long-term health, gallbladder surgery should be avoided, if at all possible. Therefore, it is actually unwise to go to a hospital for gallbladder issues, unless the problem becomes truly unbearable. We offer a pain relief solution that usually helps substantially. However, we do realize that there are occasional cases which require emergency intervention. In the worst cases, a person could use the remedy cited below before leaving for the hospital, or consume it during transit; and hopefully the problem will be resolved by the time that he arrives.

Fast Pain Relief from a Gallbladder Attack

Drink 1/4 a cup of apple cider vinegar (preferably stored in glass). If possible, also chase it with 8 ounces of apple juice (preferably organic), or mix both together. Most of the pain should disappear within 15 minutes.

Prevention and Treatment of 'Gallstones'

The following natural protocol helps to correct liver dysfunction, in addition to helping combat gallstones (liver stones). It will holistically improve a person's overall health too. Several of the recommendations target cholesterol, because stones are often made of cholesterol.

  • Reduce fat intake overall, especially unnatural and toxic fats like hydrogenated oils, soy, and canola. Natural fats (like butter) are better, but they should be used in moderation nonetheless.
  • Ox bile can greatly ease the burden of the gallbladder, thereby giving it an opportunity to heal. It may be purchased in supplemental form, and it should be taken with fatty meals (e.g. meals which contain meat or lots of cheese). Ox bile also provides relief to individuals who have had their gallbladder removed, and who subsequently have difficulty in digesting food. Do not take ox bile on an empty stomach, because it can cause stomach disturbances.
  • Omega-3 supplementation is recommended by way of flax seed oil capsules.
  • Niacin (vitamin B-3) is helpful for people with cholesterol or skin problems.
  • Red yeast rice reduces cholesterol, and its active compound is used to make pharmaceutical drugs for cholesterol. This has the benefits of the drugs, without the dangers, addictions, or expense. For years, the F.D.A. tried to block sales of unprocessed red yeast rice and supplemental extracts, because they compete with the patented drugs that are based on the same rice; so the all-natural rice was conveniently reclassified as a "drug". This has become a common trick ever since the U.S. Congress forbade the F.D.A. from regulating nutritional supplements, in lieu of its similar abusive behaviors.
  • Sunlight exposure converts the excess cholesterol reserves stored inside skin into vitamin D-2, which is later used by the liver to make vitamin D-3. Therefore, sunlight helps in multiple ways. It dramatically boosts the immune system.
  • Exercise. No explanation should be required.
  • Milk thistle (available as a supplement) is a liver tonic.
  • Dandelion root (available as a supplement) is another liver tonic.
  • Avoid soy lecithin and all soy products. Soy products can have disastrous effects upon hormone balance, and this is especially true for women. The phytoestrogens inside soy products attack the thyroid. The presence of gallstones has been shown to have a relationship with hormone imbalances. Also, be advised that all soy is now genetically engineered.
  • Vitamin C makes cholesterol more water soluble, allowing a body to better eliminate excesses.
  • Turmeric increases the solubility of bile.
  • Consume apple cider vinegar, lemonade, or apple juice regularly. Supplementing with several tablespoons of apple cider vinegar per day is best.
  • Castor oil transdermal packs neutralize inflammation. A rag must be soaked in pure, cold pressed castor oil that is obtained from a health food store beforehand. The excess should be squeezed-out just prior to use. Next the rag should be placed on bare skin over the organ. Put a piece of plastic on top of the rag. Then place a hot water bottle on top of that. The hot water bottle should be made as hot as possible, so long as the patient can tolerate it. If the person is numbed by drugs or otherwise, then use some common sense in helping the person to get an appropriate level of heat. This transdermal system should remain in place for a minimum of 30 minutes, and doing this daily will benefit most patients. It is also recommended that the immediate area underneath the patient be covered in plastic too, because some of the castor oil will run down onto furniture or floors.
  • Licorice is another liver tonic.

The 2-Day Gallbladder Cleanse Procedure

There are other, more thorough cleanses available, but these take a minimum of a week to implement. Anyone who is trying to rid himself of gallstones wants fast relief.


  • 1/2 cup of cold-pressed, extra virgin olive oil
  • 3 cups of fresh grapefruit juice or fresh apple juice
  • Chamomile supplements
  • 1 large grapefruit (or 2 small)
  • 3 lemons (optional)
  • 4 tablespoons of Epsom salt


  1. Test to see if you have a bad reaction to Epsom salt by holding about a 1/4 tsp. of it in your mouth for about half a minute, and then swallow it. If there are any problems, then this entire procedure should be aborted. The test is essential for safety, because an allergic reaction to the massive amounts used later could be fatal.
  2. This is a 2-day procedure, so ensure that you have two days that are completely free of obligations before beginning. Most people should begin on a Saturday.
  3. Try chamomile tea to test for a ragweed allergy.
  4. Discontinue all medicines, vitamins, pills, and herbs if possible.


  1. Eat a no-fat breakfast and lunch, such as cooked cereal with fruit, fruit juice, bread and preserves, bread with honey, baked potato, or vegetables that are salted only. Consume no butter, milk, or cheese. These fat-free meals allow bile to build up and develop increased pressure within the liver.
  2. 2:00 P.M. -- Discontinue all food. No cheating! Breaking this rule can later cause illness and a failure of the flush. Prepare the Epsom salt solution by mixing 4 tablespoons with 3 cups (24 fluid ounces) of grapefruit juice or apple juice inside a large jar. This makes four servings of 3/4 a cup. Place the jar inside a refrigerator to get it cold (this is for convenience and improved taste). Both grapefruit and apple have properties that aid the cleanse, in addition to making the procedure more bearable.
  3. 6:00 P.M. -- Drink one serving (3/4 of a cup) of the Epsom salt solution. You may add 1/8 tsp. of Vitamin C powder to improve the taste. You may also drink a few mouthfuls of water afterward, or rinse your mouth. Place the cold-pressed olive oil and grapefruit on the kitchen counter to warm up.
  4. 8:00 P.M. -- Repeat by drinking another 3/4 cup of Epsom salt solution. Ready yourself for resting, because timing is important for success.
  5. At 9:45 P.M. -- Pour 1/2 a cup of olive oil into the pint jar. Then squeeze out the grapefruit juice into the measuring cup. Remove the excessive pulp. You may add lemon juice to improve the flavor. Add the juice(s) to the olive oil. Seal the jar tightly and shake it vigorously. This should make at least 1/2 a cup (3/4 a cup is better) of this mixture, but do not drink it yet. Visit the bathroom, even if it makes you late for your ten o'clock drink. Do not be more than 15 minutes late, or you will expel fewer stones.
  6. 10:00 P.M. -- Drink the olive oil solution. Take four 300 mg. chamomile capsules with the first sips to help you sleep through the night. Drinking through a large plastic straw helps it go down easier. You may use oil and vinegar salad dressing, or straight honey to chase it down between sips. Have these ready in a tablespoon on the kitchen counter. Make certain you drink it standing up. Get it swallowed within 5 minutes (fifteen minutes for very elderly or weak persons). Lie down immediately afterward on your right side. The sooner that you lie down, the more stones you will get out. Be prepared for bed ahead of time. Do not bother with clean up, because timing is very important. Try to keep perfectly still for at least 20 minutes after laying. You may feel a train of stones traveling along the bile ducts like marbles. There should be no pain because the bile ducts are dilated to full size, due to the Epsom salt solution. Go to sleep.
  7. Next Morning -- Upon awakening, take your third dose of the Epsom salt solution. If you have indigestion or nausea at any point, treat it with ginger supplements, and wait until it has passed before drinking the Epsom salt solution. If you absolutely can not hold the ginger in the stomach, then hold the ginger powder in the mouth for direct blood absorption through your cheek tissues. You should return to bed after you have finally consumed the Epsom salt solution. Do not begin this step before 6:00 A.M.
  8. Two hours later -- Take your final dose of the Epsom salt solution and return to bed again.
  9. Two more hours -- You may finally eat again. Begin with only fruit juices. Half an hour later, eat fruit. After another thirty minutes, you may eat regular foods, but keep the meal light. By evening, you should feel recovered.

Conclusionary Remarks

Expect diarrhea during this procedure. It is normal, so do not be alarmed. This regimen does not brutalize an already weakened body, and leaves the person stronger in the long term. It is cheap, fast, effective, all natural, and generally very safe. Unlike modern medical treatments, these methods will usually cure the problem, instead of merely suppressing the symptoms until the problem becomes much worse.


Disregard our entire cleansing procedure if you have allergies or other negative reactions to any of the ingredients used for it. If you are experiencing serious health issues unrelated to the gallbladder, then we recommend delaying this cleanse until the other issues have been resolved. Readers must use their own common sense to determine if they are having a health emergency, and to take appropriate action if so.


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Mike Lambert
# GallbladderMike Lambert 2010-07-07 16:46
For years I suffered from frightening bouts of gallbladder pain, not knowing what they were. I was a young man and gallbladder problems were, I thought, largely confined to the 'fat, fair and forty' set and mainly women's concerns. It was finally diagnosed as gallbladder trouble and I had it removed, thinking that that would be end to it. Well, yes, and no. I now have, some 15 years after the surgery, a big scar down my stomach, which I have learned to live with. But I suspect that things have never been particularly easy for me since the surgery. I seem to have a fairly low tolerance for much in the way of fat, and have had problems with swollen lymph glands. I also suspect that my testosterone levels might not be as high as they might be. I'm now 52. What's your take on this?
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Donna MillsBergen
# Donna MillsBergen 2011-05-21 06:37
My girlfriend is scheduled for surgery to remove her gallbladder next friday before she's had a chance to cleanse because her doctor told her that the ultrasound shows that her gallbladder is black and might be leaking. Is there any hope for a homeopathic, cleansing after this diagnosis?
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Sarah C. Corriher (H.W. Researcher)
# Sarah C. Corriher (H.W. Researcher) 2011-05-24 21:55
In that position, we would most certainly try. The body is never the same after an organ has been removed. It is designed to heal itself, and with your help, this can almost always be achieved.
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Dyanne Martin
# Dyanne Martin 2012-07-14 23:37
I have been having what my doctor describes as gallbladder pain for about 7 months now. At first I thought I was having a heart attack because the pain was mainly in my chest radiating through my shoulder, back and arm (all right side). Dr. did an EKG and saw no evidence of heart problems/disease. My ultrasound showed no evidence of gallstones or gallbladder inflammation but my liver enzymes were slightly elevated and I had a slightly fatty liver. I changed my diet drastically (only good fats, fresh fruits and veggies with occasional organic meats) and started exercising. As long as I ate healthy foods the pain was much less frequent, almost non-existent, for several weeks. Now the pain is back and I am having heart palpitations as well. I am also experiencing, like Justine above, what feels like a sore/achy throat, also on the right side. Is this common for gallbladder problems? I didn't want the surgery at first but I just want this nightmare to end. I tried an Epsom salt cleanse once before but now it is all back. Do I need to do this cleanse more than once? The one that I tried was not exactly the same as yours but close. So glad I found this site. Any advice is greatly appreciated.
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Jerry Puckett
# I find Apple vinegar has helped me more than anythingJerry Puckett 2017-11-24 23:25
Apple vinegar Has helped me more than any thing I have done, I was blousing every time I bumped any part of my body. Sense taking about 16 ounces of water with 4 to 6 tables spoons of apple vinegar , my skin is not blousing now. I have been taking the apple Vinegar for almost three weeks. I some times Cut back the amount to 8 ounces a day. I have also found that garlic {With no oil} is very good at easy the pain. God U if u have this problem, I have had it for three years, I do not have a Doctor, I believe God heals all things with natural things.
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Sarah C. Corriher (H.W. Researcher)
# Easy BruisingSarah C. Corriher (H.W. Researcher) 2017-11-24 23:52
We assume that you are talking about bruising, because we don't know what "blousing" is. In the best case scenario, this is caused by a vegan or vegetarian lifestyle. Be sure to get some meat in your diet, and get some help if you have one of these eating disorders. All of the "plant protein" in the world isn't good enough. There are about half a dozen other possibilities, and the other possibilities are all bad. You may want to contact us, or fill out our patient questionnaire if you do actually eat meat regularly. Easy bruising is caused by low platelet counts and other cardiovascular issues.
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Della schooler
# Della schooler 2012-12-17 09:14
My husband is a class one diabetic of 53 years he has been diagnosed with gall stones and been having attacks after eating anything. His dotor is now saying that his blood works shows there is something going on with his liver. Could this be related? Also is this vinegar ander cider stuff ok for him and/ or the cleanse. He is wanting to avoid surgery since he is a diabetic.
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Thomas Corriher (Editor-in-Chief)
# Thomas Corriher (Editor-in-Chief) 2012-12-18 14:02
Let me get this straight:

1. His obedience to his doctor has destroyed his body to the degree that he is now on the verge of liver failure.

2. The supposed solution is to butcher another part of his body where inconvenient symptoms are occurring.

3. You're not yet sure of the relationship between such "help" and the fact that he's dying in front of you.

4. Next, you come here after having been forewarned about why you should question the system and ask us if apple cider vinegar is safe.

You just can't be too careful with apple cider vinegar, can you?

Sadly, this is one of the most common types of message we get. We usually ignore questions about whether our methodologies are as safe as butchery, radiation, and poisonous sorcery. Such questions are very insulting considering how much work we expend in trying to save people from the evil meat grinder that is known as modern medicine.
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David Halkola
# C Thomas CorriherDavid Halkola 2015-07-01 09:11
The tone you exhibit motivated me to not only join your community but buy your book. We all need your clarity of thought and correct response to the evil meat grinders :-)......When I told my surgeon NO to Gallbladder removal his come back was "well if you don't get it removed you could DIE". I said that's a hell of a sales pitch and ask him if God made a mistake placing this useless piece of meat in my body known as the Gallbladder?
He said well if you don't get it removed its not a matter of whether you will get another attack its when. He was right I got about 3 more attacks, the last one lasted for 48 hours;
but I discovered Braggs Apple Cider Vinegar 8 months ago and I drink it mixed with water and Cinnamon and guess what?????? No GB attacks :-)
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Shauna Scarborough
# Before and after?Shauna Scarborough 2013-02-22 05:53
Hi! I am so thankful for your site and the information you have provided. The American "health" system is so sickening to me now that I have learned so much, and mainly I have learned it through my dealings and research with Gallstones. I got my first attack 3 years ago. Dr.'s wanted to remove it of course, but something inside told me no and I knew it could be healed with food and diet! Well.. I know what a joke the medical system is, it's all about the money, not the health of the patient. It's medical management, not healing or finding the cause. Dont get me started on the food chain either.. disgusting! What is allowed here, but banned in other countries! And we wonder why we have these health issues. We don;t know these things until its too late and I am thankful that we are finally being educated on our food system! Gotta get back to basics, the way God deigned our bodies! Ok.. anyway.. I have always treated my attacks now with Peppermint tea, green apples and apple juice. I just recently (3 weeks ago) saw all this about the ACV for tratmemt during the attack, which I always have on hand. Braggs is my favorite. I have done some research on the cleanses and wanted to know if you have any testimonies of before and after, such as using an ultrasound showing stones before the cleanse and none after. I haven't done the cleanse because 1) I am scared of stones getting stuck (too much internet research!! LOL!)and dont know if I can stomach the olive oil.. would coconut oil do the trick or maybe a blend? and 2) timing. I don't have much time to rest on weekend and work during the week. I need to make time, and I am ready for it now and have to face the fact that I need to do it. I know what triggers my attacks (pork mainly) so I avoid those foods, and eat foods like beets, dandelion root tea, green apples, things like that. Just haven't gotten the nerve to do the cleanse! ANyway.. any before and after proof? Just curious and in no way saying it doesnt work, but I have never heard of after ultrasounds showing no stones. Mainly because doctors don't listen to patients and won't do an ultrasound for no reason, I'm sure. But, have heard many reports of what is expelled to not really be gallstones. I guess I am a doubting Thomas!
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Shauna Scarborough
# Starting tomorrowShauna Scarborough 2013-03-01 17:26
So.. I am starting the cleanse tomorrow!! I will post my results!
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Deborah Brooks
# Deborah Brooks 2013-04-01 11:47
Thank you so much for all the informative information. I would like to know if the Epsom salt cleanse, olive oil and grapefruit would be beneficial to do for someone without gall bladder problems? Thank you.
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Thomas Corriher (Editor-in-Chief)
# Thomas Corriher (Editor-in-Chief) 2013-04-02 02:09
Our wisest advice to you is, "If it ain't broke, don't fix it".
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sarah haughton
# ACVsarah haughton 2013-04-02 12:36

How often in a day can you take the ACV for pain?
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Sarah C. Corriher (H.W. Researcher)
# Sarah C. Corriher (H.W. Researcher) 2013-04-04 19:54
Apple cider vinegar is not a dangerous drug. It is a food item. You can use as much of it as you like, but use some common sense and stop when it is no longer helping, or when your body lets you know that it has had enough.
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Martha Ramirez
# gallbladderMartha Ramirez 2019-02-21 22:14
I had my gallbladder removed 3 yes ago and still get attacks If I would have known I would be okay,I would not have the surgery,went to the hospital for the same pain twice,6months apart after surgery,tried vinegar apple cider now I take that every 3 or 6 months before a atack or even during a atack,helps when you take regular .
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Jaque Mart
# Coconut OilJaque Mart 2013-04-12 10:37
Hi there! Thanks for all the great advice and dedication to helping people seek other alternatives to our now common modern ailments. I recently started using coconut oil in most of my cooking. I even would put a dab in my coffee every once in a while. I too like everyone else have started to have some of these symptoms including bad constipation. I have an ultrasound of my galbladder scheduled for next week. In your article you state to reduce fat intake. Should I maybe stay away from the coconut oil and just stick with olive oil? The coconut oil I was using was cold-pressed unrefined but I'm thinking maybe it was the cause of these symptoms. I am 32 years old and eat clean for the most part. My Mom passed away from fatty liver 3 years started with the removal of her galbladder. They did a biopsy on her liver during that surgery and found she had primary bilary cirrhosis aka fatty liver. She was overweight but lost 30+ pounds on her own. It wasn't good or fast enough to get put on the liver transplant list. So she then had the gastric bypass sleve to help her lose weight faster. I think that just put her body into shock. Anyway, I watched my Mom die a horrible slow death and I'm so scared this is going to happen to me too. When I asked them how she got the fatty liver the doctors said they don't know what causes it and that it is just an auto immune disease. In addition to the Coconut oil question, does the epson salt cleanse leave you open to parasite problems? I read that when I was researching stuff when my Mom was sick and I'm pretty sure it was from Curezone????
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Thomas Corriher (Editor-in-Chief)
# Thomas Corriher (Editor-in-Chief) 2013-04-12 21:41
The type of advice that you have read is the sort of thing that one would read at Curezone. If you had not mentioned Curezone, we would have assumed Curezone or Earth Clinic as the most likely culprits. There are plenty of other sites like them out there, in fact, very few alternative sites aren't like them. It is why we do what we do, and why we call ourselves the credible source of alternative information. Here is a little trick for you to remember. If the site promotes drinking iodine or human urine for any reason, in any form, then you know that it is one of them. The really bad ones manage to take it even further using witchcraft techniques and calling that "energy healing". We are the other extreme. We are the credible source of alternative health information, and we are powered by God's medicine.

If you are going to use coconut oil as a supplement of healthy fats and nutrients in your diet, then remember that a small amount of it goes a very long way. Use only a small amount, in other words. The second thing you need to remember is that by heating the oil, you destroy all of the benefits of getting it cold-pressed. It has a tendency to go rancid when heated, and rancid healthy oils can be even more inflammatory than the bad oils. We have articles about this topic on our site that you can search for. You can also listen to episode 29 of our audio reports, in which we cover this topic.

It seems clear to me that your mother wasn't killed by either her gallbladder or her liver. Your mother would probably still be alive today if she had not been "helped" so much. I hope that you don't make the same mistakes concerning misplaced faith. If you are Christian, then I recommend looking up the meaning of the ancient word pharmakeia.
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Liz Lloyd
# Works!!!Liz Lloyd 2013-04-15 23:43
I have tried a low fat diet but but still was having attacks. Tonight I Was in the worst pain. Vomiting, nausea, shoulder pain. I drank 1/4 cup of apple cider vinegar and juice and pain was gone. Thank you for posting.
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Aracelia Pritchard
# Gall Bladder AttacksAracelia Pritchard 2018-04-18 14:25
I tried the 1/4 cup of ACV (Apple Cider Vinegar-Simply Nature Organic) because I was having a gall bladder attack. ( Comment said to follow up with 8oz's of water, I didn't, but I did add two ounces of water to the ACV and just downed it, hoping Iwouldnt loose my breath :-|
I was expecting to feel relief within 15 minutes. I can honestly say, I felt relief almost immediately! Today was the first day I used this method, I have used the recipe for Gall Bladder Cleanse and it works perfect. This last cleanse, I think I did it too hard and overworked my gall bladder, if that is even possible.
Thank you,
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Jema Ponce
# I hope my question is worthy of an answetJema Ponce 2013-04-18 03:20

so I had my gallbladder removed when I was 17. It changed my life forever. The first two years after having it removed were rough however, i'm now a health conscious person. I take dandelion/milk thistle and drink acv every day. I eliminated wheat and meat from my diet and eat fish.
Now is their anything else you could possibly suggest that I should do?

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patricia bose
# gb stonespatricia bose 2013-04-20 13:40
i have been refusing surgery for 2 years because i read on my medical chart that i am high risk. i am 77 and have had 2 open heart surgeries and 7 stents recently had ercp and mild heart dr. wants to do another nuclear stress on me. i had it done once and thought i was dying he told me a surgeon would not take my gb out without this test.i am also using insulin for type 2 diabetes and the usual heart drugs and thyroid. while in the hospital i was asked if i was ready to have my gb out every moring. the only thing i was ready to do was go home, which i did after abuse and threats. so tired after all that i needed to sleep. i just drank apple cider vinger and will follow you instructions. i hope this will help, thanks for your research, pat bose
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Kimberly C
# Biliary DyskinesiaKimberly C 2013-04-26 23:37
Hi, I have been referred to your website, in regard to you gallbladder cleanse. I noticed that most people are doing the cleanse if they have gallstones. I have Biliary Dyskinesa. Can you tell me if the cleanse will help me. I am in need of some holistic help rather than surgery. Please help... thank you
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Danielle Woodford
# I'm so ready!Danielle Woodford 2013-05-02 22:07
Dear Thomas,
I went to an emergency room two months ago, spent the whole day there as doctors tested me for everything and then finally telling me I had gallstones so I needed to have gallbladder surgery and remove the problem. Needless to say when I didn't have any insurance, they told me they couldn't do the surgery until it became life threatening. Nice news to hear, and have been doing so much research as I have five children I adore! I have tried everything and have tried the flushing only I did not use Epsom salts so I did not get very good results. As every site I saw said it was not good to use. So I want to use it, curious what would an allergic reaction symptoms be? Please tell me as I want to start right away and I am gonna try the apple vinegar concoction tonight as I don't sleep due to the pain! And thank u, ur an answer to my prayers!
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Sage friel
# Tried something similarSage friel 2013-05-03 13:06
I went to the hospital about month ago after dealing with pains for five years (by the way I'm a 19 year old female) and after they insisted for hours I was pregnant (no chance, and infuriating in front of my parents) they did blood work found irregularity with liver and one ultrasound later found gallbladder totally full. I protested surgery, and a couple days later (after cutting oral birth control and redbull out of my system) I tried one of my mom's friend's "cure." It was 1/2 cup olive oil, 1 lemon, 1 lime, 1 grapefruit. It went down easy, but after trying to go to bed and being in extreme discomfort, finally after hours of trying to keep it down I forced my self to puke and was instantly better. Should I avoid your cleanse if I've had such a bad reaction to something similar?
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Thomas Corriher (Editor-in-Chief)
# Thomas Corriher (Editor-in-Chief) 2013-05-03 16:14
We really do not know. Everybody is a little bit different, and every situation is different. Just take things slow (whatever you try) and use your common sense.
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Kayla Wenzel
# Cleanse suitable for nursing mother?Kayla Wenzel 2013-05-15 23:40
My best friend just got over a breast abscess that had her hospitalized and now has an infected gallbladder with many gallstones and she is exclusively nursing her 3 month old son. We need to act fast but also with caution due to the nursing relationship. Any and all advice welcome. I do have her taking shots of 20 ppm colloidal silver for the infection
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Jaime Morales
# Very thirsty during cleanseJaime Morales 2013-07-26 07:33
So I did my cleanse last night, and I was successful in getting out the first group of gallstones. However, I was very thirsty during the night.

I was able to sleep, but usually, I'm a light sleeper, so any discomfort wakes me up. (Even after taking the sleeping aid). So my question is, can I drink water during the night?

Common sense tells me yes, but is there a limit to the amount so as not to interfere with the results?
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Sarah C. Corriher (H.W. Researcher)
# Sarah C. Corriher (H.W. Researcher) 2013-07-26 17:31
The extreme thirst would likely indicate that the cleanse or something else is stressing your kidneys. A likely possibility is that the magnesium in the epsom salt unbalanced your electrolytes somewhat, which would stress the kidneys while they attempt to regulate the electrolyte levels. In any case, we would heed the body's signals, and drink some water. We do not think it would interfere with the cleanse.
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Rowan Atkins
# Tried the FlushRowan Atkins 2013-10-07 00:09
2 weeks ago I ended up in the emergency room. The pain was unbelievable but short lived (1-2 hours) followed by mostly mild discomfort for about a week until I did the flush.
When I was discharged from the ER I was told to contact my doctor for follow up. Well it was taking too long to get to see the doctor and I was petrified of a repeat occurrence so that's how I came across your remedy. Thought I may as well give it a try while waiting upon the doctors. Worked as advertised - all discomfort has completely disappeared for over a week now.
I think you saved me a surgery - sincere thanks.
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Carmen Juardo
# Carmen Juardo 2013-10-12 22:11
So I'm trying the cleanse today and tomorrow. will post my results tomorrow night.
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Carmen Juardo
# amazedCarmen Juardo 2013-10-13 10:47
So I have been in pain for sometime now and kept going to the doctor.telling me the pain was in my head because the ultrasounds showed no evidence of stones.and kept giving me pills for pain pills for nausea,antacids,protonics then they came up with gastritis that was causing the in my frustration I began looking into naturally helping my self.stumbled upon your web site and decided to give the cleansing a go.and to my amazement it worked hundreds of stones I'm simply astonished at the amount of stones that are coming thank you for your web site you guys are awesome!!!
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Carmen Juardo
# Carmen Juardo 2013-10-17 23:17
OK so I did the cleanse last week end still having pains question how long do I have to wait to try it again?thinking I didn't flush it all the stones out pains more now so thinking I got rid of a lot of smaller ones and just bits ones are left. would like to try again
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Beatriz Hampton
# Contracted gallbladder and gallstonesBeatriz Hampton 2013-10-25 00:40
Hello there! I recently passed a kidney stone, but when they performed the CT Scan they found i have a contracted gallbladder and multiple gallstones. Can I still do the detox or the flush that is posted? I want to get rid of the gallstones naturally! Also, will they hurt coming out if I can do the flush?
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Michelle Roy
# Please help me!Michelle Roy 2013-11-20 17:08
I am only 15 and suffering from alot of acid in my stomach, really bad nausea and pain in my uppers and middle stomach. In a couple days, I am going for an ultrasound My doctor think I have a faint chance of havin gallstone. I am very young and eat like a normal 15 year old ( not very many fatning things but i eat piza and stuff). I would really like to avoid surgery at all cost. If they tell me I may have gallstones, what questions and arguments should I use for my doctor? Im way too young to have organs taken out of me. Sorry for bothering you and thank you!
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Jenny Helgevold
# Jenny Helgevold 2013-12-07 14:16
SO HAPPY to have found this thread. My symptoms started a week ago. It started with what I thought, was acid reflux. I had pain in my chest radiating into my back. I took tums and i "thought" it had helped but then it retuned a few hours later. Then came the extreme nausea, which i still have a week later. Then a few days ago, I started with diarrhea, a few cold sweats, dizziness and a few twings of pain in my abdomen. I work in a doctors office and spoke with an NP about it. She recommended the BRAT diet. I did that and it helped a bit but I don't feel that I am getting the nutrients that I need and now feel a bit weak. I do have apple cider vinegar but have not used it yet. I have been chewing on ginger root but have read mixed reviews on this, anyone know? I am sticking with water and lemonade for hydration. But a little confused on what I should be eating, how long do i eat certain foods and when can I go back to my regular diet. Just a bit of background.....I was a vegetarian for 22 years but a year and a half ago, I started eating meat and also fast food (stupid,right). By going back to my regualr diet, I mean, being a vegetarian again. I would appreciate any and all feedback. Thanks
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Ryan Wieland
# Trying out the cleanseRyan Wieland 2013-12-17 12:52
Just to be clear, a pain in my right side just under my ribs that comes in waves seems like gallstones to me, if this description does not match up with gallstones let me know. Last night it woke me up a few times and I had found this site and method a day ago. This remedy seems safe even if it isn't gallstones, effective, and best of all easy and cheap. Who wants to be sliced up? I am going to start the cleanse the 19th of Dec, I'll get back to you on any results on the 20th. Any tips other than what is in the instructions?
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Ryan Wieland
# Trying this out!Ryan Wieland 2013-12-18 13:17
Excited to try this out, I've had on and off attacks for a while. Going from Thursday Dec. 19th- Dec.20th, I'll post my results. I hate the idea of taking an organ out for no good reason. The only thing is, can I drink water while I do this? What about chamomile tea instead of the supplements (I don't have the supplements).
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Prairie Todd
# bad reaction to epsom saltsPrairie Todd 2014-01-17 12:16
I canceled my appointment with the surgeon this morning. I have been experiencing biliary colic for several months, but all tests have shown no stones. I was thinking of doing the liver cleanse this weekend. I was curious about this statement: [Test to see if you have a bad reaction to Epsom salt by holding about a 1/4 tsp. of it in your mouth for about half a minute, and then swallow it. If there are any problems, then this entire procedure is a no-go. This test is essential for safety, because an allergic reaction to the massive amounts used later could be fatal.]
This is a little scary! What exactly would a bad reaction be. I was considering doing the test right now. How long do I have to wait to begin the cleanse?
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Sarah C. Corriher (H.W. Researcher)
# Sarah C. Corriher (H.W. Researcher) 2014-01-18 22:31
It is always wise to test before taking several tablespoons of any non-food item. Common symptoms of allergic reactions include itching, redness on the skin, tingling sensations, dizziness, rashes, and shortness of breath. We have no reason to believe that people will have an allergic reaction, but such a test is a good precaution.
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victor sanceda
# feeling great after the flushvictor sanceda 2014-02-07 03:59
i went earlier to a laboratory to have a whole abdomen ultrasound and the result was i had a swollen gallbladder because something is stuck on its neck. ive been told i need to see a doctor right away. im afraid of losing my GB.

everynight for a week i felt i have been kicked by a horse in the stomach and i had this crazy pain i felt at my back. so i tried the liver/gallbladder flush. the flush was successful since i have rid of stone as many as i can count. all the pain i had before was almost gone. i just want to ask if a second flush can help and when is the best time to have anothet flush. i'd be grateful if someone can help me with this.
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Sedat Arslan
# What about plypsSedat Arslan 2014-03-04 09:17
Hello! I am so happy for finding this site. I am 43 and just last August, during the first ultrasound examination of my life, they have found I have multiple polyps in my gall bladder, one of them around 1 cm. I also experience indigestion problems like bloating, feeling full most of the time etc. and a slight pain under right rib cage. Does this treatment above work also on polyps? Or is there any natural way to cleanse the gall bladder from its polyps? Doctors advise removal via surgery but we are here because we don't like the idea! Any suggestion will be much appretiated. Thanks in advance.
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Leo Rockwell
# IT HURTS!!!!!!Leo Rockwell 2014-04-22 04:42
Yeah the vinegar works wonder. I took a larger does that recommended to speed up the dissolving of the stones more quick. There was a downside drinking abut 3 cups of vinegar even with apple juice chases did take away the pain very quickly but left me nauseous. But that passed in about an hour as well.

I am going to try the liver purge and what nots later when I feel a bit better thanks for the advice.

This really works and If you ever passed out from level 10 pain from gall stones you wold get on your knees and thank this man for doing this research for us and posting.

Thank you..
Love Leo
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naya palma
# gratefulnaya palma 2014-12-10 02:31
I was at the ER recently and the ultra sound tech and i were talking about how many gall some i have and that i need surgery asap. I told her about this cleanse which a doctor had actually mentioned it but couldn't remember the site name. The ultrasound tech looked it up and found it. She thought it was interesting. I am a believer of good and have faith that's why i haven't done the surgery. I get attacks every week, it's been months unbearable. I tried different ones and nothing has worked i know my doctor says to pass them Will be painful and dangerous but i don't see the difference if I'd get surgery. If i got surgery i could face the same pain but there would be nothing there to work with. I'm desperate and I'm going to do this asap this weekend. Is there a sign that i should look for meaning if one get stuck In the duct? If one does is it deadly? I'm up every night i need this. . They are on me for surgery i refuse. Help me. I'm here now with castor oil and got rag;-)
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naya palma
# naya palma 2014-12-18 17:02
Amazing remedy! It is the second day. I expelled 46 stones thank you
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Heather Vance
# Allergic Reaction to Epsom SaltHeather Vance 2014-12-21 20:31
I am wondering what an allergic reaction from 1/4 tsp of epsom salt , would be like. Just curious since I followed instructions and then swallowed the salt but had to drink some water with it. I wanted to ask since a reaction could be fatal .
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Sarah C. Corriher (H.W. Researcher)
# Sarah C. Corriher (H.W. Researcher) 2014-12-22 19:52
Typical indications of an allergic reaction include hives, difficulty breathing, itching, and swelling of the face, lips, tongue, or throat.
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Heather Vance
# Heather Vance 2014-12-24 10:32
PS I passed over 100 stones and still counting!
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Heather Vance
# Thanks!!!Heather Vance 2014-12-24 10:30
Did the cleanse and it worked great!!! Tremendous relief! Thanks!!!
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Heather Vance
# Another CleanseHeather Vance 2014-12-24 11:34
I also would like to know when it would be safe to do another cleanse?
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Sarah C. Corriher (H.W. Researcher)
# Sarah C. Corriher (H.W. Researcher) 2014-12-24 11:50
We would recommend waiting at least a month, though hopefully, another cleanse won't be needed for some time. The gallbladder cleanse is hard on the body, moreso than anything else on our site, so it should not be done as part of a routine. It should be reserved until it is needed.
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Jill Hunter
# Question now that I have done the treatmentJill Hunter 2015-01-10 11:18
My doctor wanted me to set up an appointment to get my gallbladder out and I've done this instead, though I haven't told him yet. I did this treatment last weekend with wonderful results. I passed so many stones I could not count them. I'm wondering if they are still coming out mixed with waste? But my main question is: does this treatment cause gas? I have no discomfort whatsoever before I've eaten and after eating I have pains that resemble gas and a lot of gas and some burping. Is this normal and will these pains go away? FYI: the only thing I did differently was I had been drinking a Kidney Stone Tea from my local health food store for the week prior.
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Jill Hunter
# In additionJill Hunter 2015-01-11 13:32
I have also been told I have a slightly enlarged liver and I have an appointment with a specialist tomorrow. Could this have been from the gallstones and this a wasted trip?
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Brandy Skiffington
# 2 day cleanse and pregnancyBrandy Skiffington 2015-02-18 13:05
I have been getting terrible attacks during my pregnancy. I really hope this goes away after the birth. It seems no matter what I eat, even just fruit, I get an attack. I tried the fast relief with apple cider vinegar but I'm curious if I can do the 2 day cleanse while pregnant. I really need relief! I looked through other questions on here and only saw one referring to breastfeeding, I apologize if this question was already asked.
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Jonathan Dodd
# No Fat Breakfast & Lunch?Jonathan Dodd 2015-03-22 11:39
The directions say "no fat" but two of the suggestions are oatmeal and bread both of which have a little fat in them. So is it no fat or very low fat?
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Melody Hays
# Safe for bariatric surgery patients?Melody Hays 2015-04-10 01:09
The wonderful doctors who performed my gastric sleeve surgery didn't bother telling me that increased gallstones could be a side effect. So when I felt a horrible pain in my stomach area that had me writhing on the floor, I thought my stomach had exploded or something. Kind of them, huh? The first true attack happened in December and I went to the emergency room. They did the ultrasound and said that I had a lot of stones but they weren't moving. They sent me home with some painkillers, told me to start eating better and exercising and to have my gallbladder out if I had another attack. Well, I've had two more attacks since then. The apple cider vinegar trick really does help (though I have a lot of trouble getting down even a couple of tsp, much less 1/4 cup).

Anybody heard of other sleeve surgery patients using this cleanse? I think the amount of liquid that I would have to drink is doable as I'm about a year out so my stomach has stretched somewhat, but it would still put me more at ease to know someone in a similar situation has done this successfully.

One last question, has anyone heard of using a Chinese herbs to supposedly help shrink stones, which makes them easier to expel?
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Nicolle Sartain
# Nicolle Sartain 2015-04-20 05:26
About a year and a half ago I woke up in the middle of the night with the most severe cramping and back pain. I went to the E.R. where they gave me a shot of morphine and told me I probably have gall stones. X-ray confirmed. The doctor told me I will probably have to have surgery if it gets worse (and that it WOULD get worse). I was prescribed Dicyclomine. At first it worked, very well, in as little as 10 minutes. Then it started working less well and I'm to the point where I have to take double the dosage and wait longer. I surmise at one point that it will not work anymore. I was about to go to the E.R. tonight when I stumbled on this page.

I am not new to the idea that the healthcare industry is motivated purely by money and that keeping the cycle of illness is good for business. But when you're desperate... But, thanks to real people who truly care about healing others, it sounds like it's possible for relief without damaging my body.

I just wanted someone to know that this might save my life, or at least saved me from a lot of pain in the future. Thank you so much.

I will post again after I have made all of these changes and speak of my results.
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maria gomez
# This worksmaria gomez 2015-07-06 17:51
Just want to say that this certainly does work. I actually had a doctor tell me to "look online" and see what I could find to help my gallstones. I had at least three large stones and when I did the flush I got those three big ones out before even doing the olive oil. ACV also helps out big time. I did a repeat ultrasound and only one small stone was found.
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gary baxter
# gary baxter 2015-07-23 21:52
thanks a million,had discomfort under my right rib cage for years that recently turned to serious pain,researched this on the web ran across your website and cure.I must say it worked wonders ,passed so many small tan stones could not count them all,wow
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Heather Vance
# Additional CleanseHeather Vance 2015-08-03 08:53
This site really helped me , when I needed it the most! Thanks! Thus I wanted to share a book that has highlighted that more cleanses might be very beneficial. The book is , The Amazing Liver and Gallbladder Flush, by Andreas Moritz. This has provided wonderful insight into the benefits of doing more cleanses to rid the liver and the gallbladder of possibly thousands of stones! I am now doing my 5th cleanse, andd STILL passing stones. Thus thought this book could be helpful.
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Olivia salvacion
# It works!!!Olivia salvacion 2015-09-01 10:23
Thanks you very much for posting the procedure on how to flush out gallstones. I tried it just now and it really works!!! I will definitely share this to my family & friends. I am recovering now. God bless us all
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Jan J Wright
# So thankful!Jan J Wright 2015-09-09 15:14
I just wanted to tell you had a sudden gallstone attack on Saturday, 8/5/15. I had never had so much pain in my life, and didn't know what it was. I do not like or trust modern medicine, and did not want to go that route at all, to find out what was wrong. I truly thought it was a severe case of gas, until yesterday, a friend of mine said I had gallstones.
The first thing I did was start researching the symptoms, and upon confirming I was experiencing a gallstone attack, I then searched for the best way to treat them naturally. I came upon your site in short order, and read the directions for doing a flush. I decided then and there that is what I was going to do. My husband and I made a quick trip to the store to get the ingredients we needed, and started right away. I hadn't had much of anything to eat since Saturday, and my husband hadn't had anything to eat since that morning. He wanted to flush out any stones he may have, as we both had discussed doing this procedure a couple of months ago, but never got around to it. I guess my body decided to scream it was time to flush the stones!
We followed the procedure, and the results have been amazing for me!!! I am no longer in pain, and the stones have all been flushed away! The flush was successful for my husband too.
Thank you so very much for your wonderful site here with such a wealth of information for treating our bodies naturally.
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Olga Lozano
# OlgaOlga Lozano 2015-10-05 14:43
I took my son to ER last Sunday. They said he had inflamed gallbladder with a gallstone at the lip of his bile duct and it needed to be taken out, however, they released us with pain pills and said to make an appt. with doctor to get it takne out. They never told us whether he had many stones or the size of them. I told my son that if it was an emergency they would have taken it out right then and there. I researched alternatives and tried your flush the next day. He says he didn't expel stones, however, he felt a little bit better. Here we are going on another week and he still feels bad but not like before. When can I attempt another flush on him? Can it be sooner than 30 days. I really have hope that we can avoid surgery.
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Thomas Corriher (Editor-in-Chief)
# Thomas Corriher (Editor-in-Chief) 2015-10-07 03:03
The doctor may be completely wrong, but we will assume that he isn't until more information is available. We would begin treating it by decreasing fatty foods. We would especially avoid canola oil, soy oil, and all other artificial and bastardized fats, such as margarine. We would also increase fiber. Hemp fiber is excellent as a fiber supplement. Finally, we would treat by the copious consumption of apple products and supplementation with apple cider vinegar several times a day. Stones will eventually shirk on their own with a decent diet. Then a cleanse might be more effective.
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# VICKIE COY 2015-11-03 00:49
Do you know if Cayenne pepper capsules would be helpful for gallstones? Also what about diatomaceous earth (food grade, of course) and chlorella? Do the last 2 cause problems? I have been doing gallbladder flushes for about 4 years now and don't feel that my gallbladder has gotten rid of the gallstones. I eat an apple every day, take vit E, lecithin, artichoke, red beet root, "Gallstonex", milk thistle, gold coin grass, curcuma, coptis, orthophosphoric acid (for attacks), potassium citrate, flax seed tea, chammomile tea and on and on. I HATE the taste of apple cider vinegar but will plug my nose and try not to throw up. Sometimes it works. Got any more alternatives?
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Janet C. Campbell
# Janet C. Campbell 2015-11-06 11:21
i am going to try this also because i am not going to have a surgery...the doctor said that I have to have the GB removed
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Nikki Hill
# Nikki Hill 2015-11-10 16:57
Does this cleanse work for a gall bladder that doesn't have stones but is not working correctly?
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Gail Phillips-Waite
# Thank heavens for your website!Gail Phillips-Waite 2015-11-12 04:45
I have had gallstones for almost 30 years and every time I have an ultrasound of my abdominal region, the technician looks ready to freak out and tells me to contact my doctor as soon as they get the results to him. I always say, "I know my gallbladder is full of stones and it's going to stay right where it is. I have argued with many doctors over the years about keeping it when they wanted to take it out. Initially, it gave me some problems when I was younger but it has really not been a problem. Lately, though I have been having some high abdominal discomfort with accompanying back pain that brought all those far distant memories of gall bladder pain. I don't want my gallbladder out so I am going to start tomorrow with the apple cider vinegar and apple juice and then in a few days test for a reaction with the Epsom salts so I can do the 2-day cleanse. I wish I had searched for natural gallbladder remedies years ago so I could have avoided this, but you know how it is... when you don't have problems, you don't think about it. Thank you for all the information you provide! I feel vindicated that I fought to keep my gallbladder!
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Carol DArcangeli
# Thank you. Gallbladder/Liver cleanse really workCarol DArcangeli 2015-11-27 03:15
Thank you for your knowledge and sharing it with us. The Gallbladder cleanse really does work. Went to 5 different hospital ER's at different times with pain in my shoulder blades and my left arm, my lower back was sore, my neck hurt severely, and having a hard time breathing. They checked my heart each time and sent me home and said, "I had a pulled muscle". Little did I know, a gallbladder attack mimics a heart attack. They never checked anything else on my body except my heart although they took many many vials of blood and ran many tests on me. During a gallbladder attack, drink a shot of apple cider vinegar each hour until you feel better. It will soon reside. I did this gallbladder cleanse and I passed hundreds of stones. I had so much pain in my shoulder blades that I didn't walk much for weeks.Just wanted to be a recliner chair potato. I couldn't wear a bra because of my pain. The gallstones gets caught up in the bile ducts and causes pressure which will cause the pain. So I want to encourage people to do this cleanse if you want to improve your health. It made a believer out of me. I have no more pain in my shoulder blades or arm or lower back. Keep your Gallbladder and do the cleanse. Thank you.
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Kasey Patton
# Kasey Patton 2015-12-07 18:51
I have been having obnoxious symptoms for 5 weeks. I am a surgical nurse but only put it all together Friday evening. I read your website in depth and decided to do the cleanse. I finished it this morning and a few minutes ago I passed 32 stones!!! Its insane!!! All I can say is thank you, bless you, and where do I send the check? I will have a sonogram next week to see if I have any remnants and will do the cleanse again next week if needed, along with a few dietary changes.
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Laura Zavala
# It workedLaura Zavala 2016-06-22 18:42
My gallstone first started about 4 years ago when I was pregnant with my son but didn't get diagnosed with gallstones until almost a year and a half after my son was born. Also the pain I got wasn't as constant as the passed few months I went from almost never getting the pain to getting a small inch of pain everyday. I had done my Research and i came upon this rec4a few times I'm not gonna lie I had the majority of the ingredients in my house a long time ago I was scared to try it but I read everyone's experience and decided to give it a try . I'm officially done with the procedure and I decided to take my chance and do it. Well I wasn't able to get my hands on the chamomile supplements so I did it without it. I passed a lot of stones after I took the olive oil mixture and didn't see anything this morning I will keep this recipient for future reference
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Kathy Schaefer
# RE: Holistically and Naturally Treating Gallstones, Gallbladder Attacks, and What You Can Do About Them Without Getting Butchered by a SurgeonKathy Schaefer 2018-11-16 19:50
I'm really impressed by the information y'all have here regarding gallbladder attacks. Thank you for doing the research. I'm just wondering if you have any info about Cholestasis of pregnancy?
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