Do these natural remedies to flush gall stones work?
I'm having (I think) gall bladder attacks about every month now. I know these are caused by gall stones.
Looks like I have three options,
1) eat better, and hope I don't have any more attacks
2) have my gall bladder removed
3) "flush" my gallbladder with some of these natural remedies.
Do these natural remedies really work, or do they just want my money?
- Anonymous1 decade agoFavorite Answer
You cannot "flush" gallstones. PERIOD.
There are people who want to sell you something, and they will lie and tell you that a flush will work. They do not. Gallstones do not pass from the gallbladder no matter what you take. It just does not happen.
- 1 decade ago
Yes you can flush out gall stones.
I have heard of about 20 different verities, some work better than others.
The gallbladder can hold about 20 stones depending on size. The liver is where the stones first start forming than move to the gallbladder to wait for removal, with the bile when you eat oils and fats. The liver can hold hundreds of stones. If you do a gallbladder flush the stones from the liver will come to take their place.
I recommend a liver flush. The one I did is simple, has many details that need to be followed exactly for best results. I have done the flush 3 times and got out stones each time. I have gotten out over 300 stones, 4 the size of a Brazil nut in the shell, most pea to sand size.
I softened the stones with vegetable juices before doing the flush. The flush takes over night, though softening the stones takes days (if the stone stay in one place to long they will attach to the lining of the liver or gallbladder).
Cost is low and can be purchased at the grocery store, most if not all, you have in you kitchen, unless you never cook at home.
If you are interested in the details you can email me ftsgrs06@yahoo.Source(s): Personal Experience
- Anonymous4 years ago
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- reap100Lv 41 decade ago
I did a gall bladder cleanse and expelled numerous gall stones in the process. I was pleased with the results, and plan to cleanse intermittently. It is important to note that performing a gall bladder cleanse *could* bring on a full-fledged gall bladder attack that might require emergency surgery -- just so you are aware of both the positive and potentially negative effects of such a cleanse.
- Anonymous1 decade ago
You can't just flush them out. I know someone who had to get them surgically removed, it was painful for her.
I suggest, that you should choose healthier lifestyles, treat your body like an investment, it will be worthwhile down the road.
- 1 decade ago
Opus is 100% correct. One can NOT flush gallstones....ANYONE who says otherwise is a liar and a charlatan or perhaps just ignorant.Source(s): I am a Board Certified M.D.