Gall Stone

What Everyone Ought To Know About Gallstones

What do you know about a gall stone? What are gallstones? What are the causes of gallstones? What are gallstone symptoms and how to treat gallstones. These are some of the topics you will find here.

Gallstones are commonly found in peoples' gallbladders. It could cause a gall bladder attack.

You can do a Gallbladder Flush to remove them. You can choose a Liver Flush Recipe to remove both a gallstone or Liver Stones.

Here below are the statistics for Gall Stones in America:


What are Gallstones

Whenever someone suffers from a gall bladder attack due to gallstones, surgeons surgically remove the gallbladder for immediate relieve. But there are medical records that show these same patients keep coming back for treatment.

Maybe these patients have truck loads of stones in the liver and gallbladder.

If the patients were guided to remove them non-surgically with a liver detoxification or a gallbladder flush, the patient probably need not make repeated visits to the doctor on complaints of more stones!

Why go for any kind of surgery if there are other alternative methods?

Gallstones are formed in the gallbladder and can move into the common biliary duct.

Many people can have their hepatic ducts in the liver, filled with liver stones or intrahepatic stones in medical terms.

The stones come in different colors. Usually cholesterol stones are yellowish in color, whereas the pigment stones are small and dark in color.

Pigmented Gallstones

Pigmented gallstones

Cholesterol Gallstones

Gallstones

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Ultimately it is the intrahepatic stones or liver stones that interfere with the proper functioning of the liver. These stones block the numerous biliary or intrahepatic ducts in the liver. This makes it difficult for the liver to secrete bile into the gallbladder.

If the bile cannot flow out, the cholesterol, bile salts and other fatty substances that are contained in it, will solidify into stones.

A gall stone can be seen on X-ray as it is more calcified. Liver stones on the other hand are pebble-shaped, gel-like pellets; and do not show up on an X-ray.

When a liver stone blocks a duct within your liver, it can hamper your liver's function. What if numerous liver stones block the hepatic or liver tubes? Soon your liver will become sluggish and this compromises your liver health, and you may end up with a toxic liver.

To avoid a sluggish liver, it is highly recommended you do a liver and gall bladder flush twice a year.

During a liver or gallbladder flush, the bile released by your liver helps flush out any stones from the gallbladder and the intrahepatic ducts of the liver.

What Are The Causes Of A Gallstone

Research shows that some stones contain bacteria and sometimes the remains of parasites in the center. Otherwise these stones are made of bile. Bile is made of cholesterol, bilirubin, bile salts and other fatty substances.

These stones can form for various reasons such as diet, sex, weight increase, rapid weight loss, family history, age, diabetes and ethnicity.

A gall stone is formed because of an increase in either cholesterol or bilirubin in the bile. The accumulation of more cholesterol or more bilirubin can cause the formation of either cholesterol or bilirubin (pigment stones) respectively.

How do I know if I need a liver detoxification or gallbladder flush? Let's look at some gallstone symptoms.

What Are Gallstone Symptoms

You will need a liver detoxification or gallbladder flush if you have any gall stone symptoms. Here are a few common symptoms of a sluggish liver, which indicate the presence of blockage by liver or gallbladder stones:

  • Chronic fatigue.
  • Allergies.
  • Headaches.
  • Digestion problems, especially of fats and oils.
  • Constipation.
  • Depression.
  • High Cholesterol.
  • Excessively fat or thin.
  • Nausea and vomiting.
  • Bloating.

There are many other symptoms. In fact almost 90 % of health conditions point to a not healthy liver or a not healthy colon. It is understandable as they are two of our major detoxifying and eliminating organs respectively.

By taking care of both your liver and colon, you can become older gracefully, without worrying about your health.

How To Treat Gallstones

The best way to treat galllstones is to remove them. I definitely don't mean to have it surgically removed. No! No!

Remove a gallstones and Liver Stones, simply by flushing it our with a liver or gallbladder flush. Right, flush it out.

A Gallbladder Flush is one of the best things you can do for your health, because doing one is how you can help Mr Liver. I call it the "jewel" of all cleansing.

A liver detoxification, especially an intense liver gallbladder flush, using a Liver Flush Recipe, can flush out any of the stones in your liver biliary ducts and gallbladder into the intestines to be eliminated. This restores the function of your liver.

Ready for a gallbladder flush?


Are You Ready For A Gallbladder Flush?

If your health is not so good, then you are ready. Start with a simple liver cleanse. Also ask your physician for advice, at all times, especially if you have any health condition.

If you are quite healthy except for one or more of the symptoms of any gall stone or liver stones present, you can do a thorough gallbladder flush or gallstone flush, to help your liver maintain health.

A healthy liver is important as it is the foundation of the 500 or more processes that takes place in it.

Come on, say "no" to a gall bladder attack, and be free of gall stone symptoms. Remove gall stones for a healthy and active liver, and also for a healthy, youthful and active you!

But, remember to always do the Whole Body Cleanse sequence - colon, parasitic and kidney cleanse, before you begin any kind of liver or gallbladder flush.

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