Gall bladder Stone Removal Without Surgery
Save your gall bladder:
Home Treatment For Gall Bladder Stone
Twenty years ago, gall bladder stone is difficult to treat without the aid of surgery. The patient suffer extreme pain if not treated immediately but because of medicinal breakthrough and technology today, gall bladder stones can easily be removed now by the so called laparoscopy, a process using laser to remove the gall bladder stone without opening or cutting through the skin. However, there are still ways you can take than undergo these expensive treatments and medicines to help you get rid of gall stones.
If you have gall bladder stone, there is a pain under your right shoulder blade and a tender spot between the navel and rib. This is a sign that you have gall stone. Oftentimes, the pain is very intense around the navel and right rib. The gall bladder will discharge stones at times, causing much distress.
Preparation to treat your gall bladder stone at home
First thing is, you need to get one-half cup of pure or virgin olive oil, and with a very hot cloth ready, absorb some and place over the gall bladder and the stomach. The heat coming from the cloth will soften and expand the tissues. The oil will permeate them and will penetrate the walls of the gall bladder and dissolve the stones; not at instance of course or not even once. You will have to continue your treatment until there are no gall stones, or until they are so small that they will discharge themselves easily.
Olive oil dissolves gall stones and lubricates the tube that leads from the gall bladder to the duodenum, and once the larger stones have been eliminated to the duodenum, it will now become easy to pass on and out through the rectum.
Live on natural foods and avoid saturated fats and cholesterol and you will get into a condition where gall stones will naturally disappear
I recommend eating cherries, radishes especially horseradish to help you cope faster from your gall bladder stone treatment. Plus drinking of apple juice can also make your treatment complete.
If you have an infected gall bladder, it is best to do the following:
Put as hot applications as you can endure over the organ.
Then apply a half cup of pure olive oil with very hot cloth.
Heat will attract the blood, as well as the oil to that region.
After half an hour, do some gentle exercises; swing hands up and down, over head, sideway-anything that will stimulate the liver. The exercise will work the oil and blood through the tissues, and the infection will come out. Do this every night.