Gall Bladder Treatment

A Natural Remedy for Gall Bladder Problems

Gall Bladder problems tend to occur in the the following ways;

Gallstones (cholelithiasis) – Stones usually small ones, develop inside the gallbladder. Pain caused by stones is refereed to as biliary colic however its worth mentioning that vast majority of people with gallstones will have no symptoms at all. Biliary colic typically lasts for a maximum of few hours causing great discomfort to the sufferer.

Inflamed gallbladder (cholecystitis): – Usually caused by gallstones, infections, alcohol or tumors resulting in excess bile.

Gallstone irritation results in the gallbladder walls becoming swollen and irritated lasting anywhere from a few hours to a few days with fever being common. In some cases (20 percent) the gallbladder is invaded by bacteria from the intestine and becomes infected. In rare cases the gallbladder can rupture resulting in emergency surgery.

Dysfunctional gallbladder or chronic gallbladder disease is a result of scarring from gallstones and long term inflammation.

Symptoms constants of;

  • Loss of appetite
  • Indigestion
  • Gas
  • Chronic diarrhea
  • Severe abdominal pain
  • Pain in right shoulder blade or to the back
  • Problems digesting fatty or greasy foods
  • Chest pain (angina)
  • Heartburn
  • Vomiting,
  • Nausea,
  • Fever
  • Shaking with chills
  • Jaundice (yellowing of the skin and eyes)
  • Stools of an unusual color (often lighter, like clay)

Whilst the treatment protocol below is a general overview, we always recommend booking a consultation face to face or if this is not possible then a consultation over the phone is also available.

We highly recommend everyone reads the Lifestyle, Nutrition and Wellbeing advice as this is crucial for the healing process to be effective. According to traditional knowledge for natural remedies we recommend a treatment for the duration of 40 days (6 weeks). Please see the table below as a guide for Arthritis & Rheumatism that we have developed from customer feedback over the last 25 years. 

Key;

  • tb/s =  Tablespoon is 15ml
  • t/s   =  Teaspoon is 5ml
MedicineAmountHowWhen
Mercy Drinking Oil (Black seed)

  • Add to a cup of green or herbal tea

  • 2 t/s


    • In the Morning

    • In the Evening

    Mercy Liver Plus Oil (Milk Thistle)

    • Drink Alone

    • 1 t/s


      • In the morning up to 1 hour before breakfast on an empty stomach

      6 Week Treatment Package for Gall Bladder

       

      • 2 x 100 ml Mercy Drinking Oil (Black Seed)
      • 2 x 100 ml Mercy Liver Plus Oil (Milk Thistle)

      Buy 6 Week Course £85