Understanding Your Gallbladder and a Natural Cleansing Approach
Many people are aware of their gallbladder's existence but often lack a deep understanding of its day-to-day functions. Here, we'll explore the role of the gallbladder, why some individuals opt for its removal, and ways to naturally support and cleanse this vital organ for optimal health and wellness.
The Gallbladder's Function:
The gallbladder, a small pear-shaped organ situated just beneath the liver, plays a crucial role in collecting and concentrating bile used by the body for digesting fats. Issues associated with a poorly functioning gallbladder include:
Inflammation of the gallbladder and bile ducts
Muscular spasms and/or poor contraction of the gallbladder wall
Formation of stones in the gallbladder and/or bile ducts
Obstruction to the free flow of bile
Taking Control of Gallbladder Health:
The good news is that problems related to the gallbladder can often be alleviated and even resolved naturally. Surgery for gallbladder issues may not be necessary unless experiencing severe acute pain or if there are concerns about gallbladder cancer.
According to a study in The British Journal of General Practice, the surgical removal of the gallbladder (cholecystectomy) doesn't always relieve upper abdominal pain immediately, and some patients may still experience similar pain post-surgery.
A Natural Approach: Gallbladder Flush
For those seeking a natural approach, a gallbladder flush can be considered. Here's a step-by-step guide:
Before the Flush:
On the morning of the flush, have a no-fat breakfast and lunch to allow bile to build up and develop pressure in the liver.
During the Flush:
Follow a specific schedule for Epsom salt intake.
Consume a mixture of olive oil, grapefruit, and Black Walnut Tincture before bedtime.
Lie down immediately and try to remain still for at least 20 minutes to facilitate the flushing process.
After the Flush:
Expect diarrhea in the morning.
Examine bowel movements for gallstones (green ones indicate genuine gallstones).
Repeat the cleanse at two-week intervals until you've successfully removed around 2000 stones for lasting benefits.
Safety and Considerations:
The liver cleanse is generally safe, but it's crucial to follow the instructions precisely. Do not attempt the cleanse when acutely ill, and ensure you've completed parasite and kidney cleanse programs beforehand.
Changing the recipes may lead to problems. The liver is sensitive, so seek professional guidance if making alterations.
Challenging Modern Medical Views:
This approach contradicts common medical beliefs about gallstones. The cleanse has proven effective, even in cases where the gallbladder has been surgically removed.