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Herbal Remedies for Gall Bladder Disorders

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Some of the Common Herbal Remedies for the Treatment of Gall Bladder Disorders may be:

Beet, Carrot and Cucumber: Fresh juice of beets, and the juices of carrot and cucumber in quantities of 100 ml each, are one of the finest cleansers of the gall-bladder.

Anise : Anise seeds act to remove the stones from the gall bladder.

Pear: Pear is another excellent remedy for the treatment of gall-bladder disorders. The fruit or its juice should he taken by the patient . It exercises a special healing effect on all gall-bladder disorders, including gallstones.

Alfalfa : Alfalfa is a well-known herb for the treatment of diseases of gall bladder. It is high in nutrients.

Chicory: The flowers, seeds, and roots of chicory or the endive plant are considered valuable in gall-bladder disorders. Therefore, very good for both liver and gall-bladder dysfunctions.

Warm-water enema, Physical exercise: A warm-water enema at body temperature will help eliminate faecal accumulations if the patient is constipated. Physical exercise is also essential.

Barberry: It helps remove toxins from the gall bladder.

   

 

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