Complete Guide To Safe Gallbladder Cleanse That Will Overhaul Your Health

Liver and gallbladder problems are very common health problems and should be taken very seriously.  Even though the gallbladder is known as a small organ, it has some important responsibilities and we should give our best to maintain its proper function. Today, we will find out more about gallstones and how to remove them in a natural way.

How Are Gallstones Formed in the Gallbladder?

There are many factors which can cause stones to form in the liver and gallbladder, including too many bile salts, too much cholesterol as well as other calcifications. They can be caused by obesity, high fat diet, or hormone pills. In most cases, the individual does not notice the gallstones until they get big enough and you will experience some symptoms. The most common symptoms include sudden and intense pain in the abdomen that causes nausea or vomiting, or sudden back pain between your shoulders.

If you notice that your skin becomes yellow, you should visit your doctor immediately. This means that the bile can’t reach the small intestines and that your common bile duct is blocked.

How Do You Know You Have Gallbladder Stones?

The fact that the liver is responsible for the growth and function of every cell in the body indicates that any kind of malfunction, deficiency or abnormal growth pattern of the cell is related to a poor function of the liver. Hence, a problem in the liver is said to be the root of most diseases. You can restore the optimal level of your health by doing a liver and gallbladder cleanse.

Signs that you have gallbladder stones:

  • Horizontal wrinkles across the bridge of the nose
  • Oily skin in the area of the forehead
  • Hardening and thickening at the tip of the nose.
  • Bad breath and frequent burping.
  • Swollen, sensitive or bleeding gums.
  • A yellowing color of the teeth, tooth decay
  • Dark spots or patches on the lips.
  • Water eyebags under the lower eyelids.
  • Pimples or cracks on the tongue.
  • Green or dark color on the temple area at the sides of the forehead.
  • One or two deep vertical wrinkles between the eyebrows
  • Cataracts

How to do a Gallbladder Flush/Cleanse

First of all, you should do a gastrointestinal cleanse. This will clean out the bowels. In this way, you will easily eliminate the stones when doing the gallbladder cleanse.

A colon irrigation during the preparation week can effectively minimize any discomfort and nausea that you may experience during the cleanse

Gallbladder Cleanse Protocol

This cleanse may take 6-7 days. However, you should consult a naturopath or natural healer so you can be sure that you are doing this cleanse effectively.

Needed Ingredients: 

  • About 32 ounces (1 liter) of fresh green apple juice for each day of cleanse
  • 4 tablespoons of food grade Epsom salt dissolved in three 8-oz glasses of water
  • ½ cup of cold-pressed virgin olive oil
  • 6 ounces of fresh grapefruit juice (pink is best), or fresh lemon and orange juice combined

The Week Prior To Cleanse Day

Apple juice contains Malic acid that has a potent cleansing effect that cal soften gallbladder stones. You should drink at least 1 liter of apple juice for 6 days before the cleanse day. Drink this juice throughout the day, on an empty stomach (30 minutes before food or 2 hours after food).

If you experience bloating and diarrhea, you can dilute the apple juice with water. You should keep your diet low-fat and no dairy. Try to eat fruits and vegetables, with small amounts of lean meats. It is very important to avoid cold or chilled foods or beverages because they can only reduce the effects of this cleanse.

On Actual Day Of The Gallbladder Cleanse

On this day, make sure to be at home because you will experience frequent urges to go to the bathroom. We should also mention that you should avoid doing this cleanse on a full moon day because your body may hold more fluids in the brain and tissues on this day compared to the other days. In the morning, drink the 32 ounces of apple juice. You can eat a small breakfast such as fruits with yogurt, or cooked oatmeal. Avoid dairy products, sugar, animal protein or any fats! You should drink plenty of water for the rest of the day, and not eat anything.


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