Gallbladder Attack Remedies

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Apple Cider Vinegar in Apple Juice   85  2   

Posted by Ronnie (Pikeville, Nc) on 01/06/2014

[YEA]  Wife has been hurting 2 days with a gallbladder attack & tried the apple juice with vinegar remedy & it works fantastic!!! Thank You!!!!!

Posted by Steven (Wa) on 01/03/2014

[YEA]  Kid you guys not. I've been in pain on and off for three days. And I did two table spoons of apple cider vinegar. Drove to the food coop. Bought organic shelf apple juice... Drank about a glass in the car before leaving. Got stopped by a train I'm home now I'm a matter of 15 to 20 minutes I can actually say this worked. Thank you everyone. I'll recommend it.

Posted by Nicole
Saint John, Nb
01/04/2014
[YEA]   "Wow! I was completely doubled over, barely able to get to my iPad and google "ease gall bladder pain" and I found this post. Very skeptical, I made my way to the kitchen and thankfully had both apple juice and ACV. I drank it, and thought, "there's no way this can work". The pain was still bad, and all of a sudden after about 8 minutes it just disappeared completely. I am so grateful for this post, thank you!!
Posted by Lisa
Cedarhill, Tennessee
01/05/2014
[YEA]   "I will have to say I took two swigs of Apple cider vinigar and a drink of cranberry juice my gallstone attack eased up really quick. I'm thinking I will get tums and should be fine to go to sleep.

Posted by Angela (Manassas Virginia Usa) on 12/30/2013

[YEA]  The week after Christmas I was suffering such an awful gallbladder attack that I was willing to try anything. I never tried home remedies for anything in the past so I wasn't a huge fan of starting by drinking vinegar. As luck would have it, I had both ingredients. I had apple cider instead of the apple juice, and felt the difference couldn't be much and went ahead and mixed it with the vinegar. It wasn't 5 minutes before I realized the pain had not only disappeared but It didn't even hurt when I sat up and bent over to the floor. I was amazed. I am still amazed. That was 7 hours ago and still no pain. Unbelievable.

Posted by Jada
La
01/01/2014
Can you use any type of juice ??? Thank you.

Posted by Pat (Kentucky) on 12/21/2013

[NAY]  I have been having more gall bladder attacks lately and found this site and thought why not. Well, I took a couple ounces of ACV mixed with apple juice and nothing. Did it again about a half hour later and still nothing. I did read elsewhere that these attacks can be caused by at least two different things, gall stones getting stuck and the total release of the bile stored there such that the harden bladder irritates itself. I don't see how the ACV can help so quickly in either case really, but maybe it only handles one of them and I had the other. It was worth a shot.

Posted by Steve
Las Vegas
12/21/2013
101 Posts
Try 1TBSP epsom salt dissolved in 8oz of warm water. Stops a gallbladder attack for me everytime.

Steve

Posted by Pat
Kentucky
12/29/2013
A little update for you. I wound up having my gall bladder removed the other day and the surgeon said it was about dead. That may explain why ACV didn't help in the slightest.

Posted by Allison (Kelowna Bc Canada) on 12/09/2013

[YEA]  I have been in pain for three days off and on with another bad gallbladder attack.Thinking this is it off to another night in the hospital.Decided I would google Home Remedies to see if I could find some relief ..AND came across Apple Cider Vinegar in Apple juice!!! , , , "YA RIGHT who comes up with these crazy things."..BUTTTT HOLY COW it worked ..with in less then 10 mins the pain is gone ..I MEAN GONE PEOPLE!!!! :) one happy mommy

Posted by Aaron (San Diego, Ca) on 11/29/2013

[YEA]  Apple cider vinegar in apple juice: This absolutely works. I was enduring my second gallbladder attack. I went to the ER for the first one and they kept me over night thinking it was a heart attack. I refused to do that this time around so I felt strong enough to endure it. I wasn't. About 3 hours in I came groveling to the night god Google and he pointed here. I did exactly like everyone said and in 10 minutes too I felt good enough to write this and go to bed. Thanks so much.

Posted by Pam
Naples Fl
05/15/2014
Hello, I tried the apple cider vinegar & apple juice. I couldn't drink it. It made me gag. I am wondering if drinking a glass of apple juice daily would help keep attacks away.

Posted by Sarah (New York) on 11/21/2013

[YEA]  I can't believe how well apple cider vinegar in apple juice worked... I was just doubled over for 30 mins and found your site on my phone. Had my husband run to the gas station near by to get apple juice which I mixed with the ACV and it is been 10mins after I drank it, the pain is totally gone and my stomach is warm and happy. Thank you!

Posted by Tony (Singapore) on 11/16/2013

[YEA]  I have several attacks in the past but like some, thought it was acid reflux.

After having experienced these painful attack previously, I can anticipate an attack was building up last night and I google for pain relief. I wanted to write in to thank you for posting this pain relief remedy of ACV in apple juice. I took 2 tablespoon of ACV, mixed with a freash apple juice and within 15 mins, I am feel the attack going away.

Thank you for sharing with us this remedy and I am feel responsible and thankful to pass this on to those who are suffering this attack.

Posted by Wendy (Cumbria, Uk) on 11/08/2013

[YEA]  Apple Cider Vinegar in Apple Juice for Gallbladder Pain:

Just want to say THANK YOU for this rememdy. I've had gallstones for years but they've never been a terrible problem until 2 nights ago, when I actually thought I was having a heart attack - never felt pain like it, it was dreadful. Paramedics came and took me to hospital and dosed me with morphine. But my heart was fine and the docs could find nothing wrong. When my heart was all fine, I suspected gallbladder problems. After about 4 hours, the pain went and I was discharged.

But then last night, the pain came back and I googled for a remedy for instant relief. This brought me to your site. Luckily I had both apple juice and cider vinegar in the house and my husband made me up a glass of the mix. I was crying with pain; it was really dreadful. But within about 10 minutes of the applejuice cider vinegar drink, the pain just melted away.

I still can't believe how simple and effective this remedy was. It was like a miracle. So thank you again, from the bottom of my heart for sharing this information.

Posted by Joe (New Jersey) on 11/05/2013

[YEA]  Two nights ago I had my first attack. It was probably one of the most painful experiences of my 42 year old life!

found symptoms online and knew it was a gallbladder attack.

I didn't have any apple juice, but I had the ACV, I shot down about 1/2 a cup, desperate for relief.

after 3 hours of the worst pain, a warm/hot feeling came over the area under the right side of my ribcage (where most of the pain was coming from). Within 40 minutes the pain had subsided.

I'm a believer. It also want anyone reading this that its the first time I've ever replied to something like this. I feel that this information is too valuable to someone in that predicament not to have.

Posted by Linda
Eugene, Oregon
03/27/2014
[YEA]   "I was diagnosed with probable gall stones at urgent care last night. I was shocked and didn't want to believe it but checked out home remedies on google tonight since symptoms were worsening- tried lemon juice and ACV IN WATER 15 minutes ago and my pain is subsiding as I send this!!! I will get apple juice tomorrow! Thank goodness for proven home remedies!!

Posted by Dillydolly (Phoenix, Az) on 10/31/2013

[YEA]  Gallstone Pain:

Thank you, thank you, thank you. I just drank 3 Tbs Apple Cider Vinegar in 1 glass apple juice, and the pain got tremendously worse for about 10 min. Then, like the end of a storm, the pain began to subside and now, 20 minutes later I am all but pain free. In the past two years, these attacks last me from 2 to 12 hours. This remedy is truly a miracle. This attack began about 2 hrs ago and while still in horrible pain, I came to the computer and your website. An angel of a woman had overheard me at the vitamin dept of Sprouts Mkt just a few days ago. She came over and gave me your web site while I was asking for help for my frequent gall bladder attacks (last one just 2 wks ago). She told me to go to Earthclinic.com and I only did so now, and there was the remedy. I am so greatful to you people for your help!!!!!

Posted by Jenny
Boston, Ma
10/31/2013
Yes, agreed. Apple cider vinegar in apple juice is an incredibly fast acting remedy for gallstones! I usually need it right after eating a meal that in a restaurant that has been slathered in butter. If I don't take the apple cider vinegar, I get so nauseous I throw up within 2 hours. My gallbladder can't handle rich food any more.

Posted by Steven (Ca, Usa) on 10/08/2013

[YEA]  Gallbladder Attack: I am completely blown away at how effective this impromptu home remedy works. 45 minutes after two tbl spoons of apple cider vinegar and a store bought single serve apple juice, pain is completely gone! Thank you so much for this! Sleep time!

Posted by Beth (Toronto, On) on 08/25/2013

[YEA]  Apple Cider Vinegar in Apple Juice: This works!! After suffering for over 6 hours and unable to get any sleep, I googled for home remedies to stop an attack and found this website. So glad I did! Within 10 minutes of drinking it the burning sensation was gone in my chest and back and within 20 minutes the pain had subsided in my right side enough that I was able to sleep. Thank you!!!

Posted by Franb (Perigueux, France ) on 07/19/2013

[YEA]  I have been suffering with gall stone pain attacks for several years which had been misdiagnosed as gastritis. For the past week I have had several really bad attacks always at night and normal painkillers like paracetemol have had no effect. I read this eve about your Apple Cider Vinegar with apple juice recommendation. Fantastic. It's worked within 30 minutes and hopefully I will be able to get to sleep. What a great site!

Fran B

Posted by Sandhya
Kihei, Hi
07/23/2013
There is a Chinese medicine for breaking down gallstones naturally..... I think it is called Stone Breaker. Check the internet for where it is sold if not in your health food store. The other thing is doing a liver cleanse for several months.... Check on line for the formula..... Olive oil, cayenne and grapefruit. Good luck. Any chinese doctors in your area?
Posted by Luis
Ontario, Canada
09/10/2013
[YEA]   "Just wanted to say thank youso much for the info..

I was in so much pain, that I was ready to go to the hospital, I know it was my gall Bladder because it's the 2nd time in 2 yrs, due to too much choc, ice cream.. same trigger as well 2 years ago....

So I did not have any ACV but I had Apple juice and balsamic vinegar.. Lol

2 table spoons of balsamic and a cup of apple juice and within 20 minutes I could feel the pain going away.. Its been now about 45 minutes and I can sit up and type this with barely no pain at all... So again thank you.. Wish I knew this remedy the last time, I spent the whole day in the hospital... Cheers

Luis

Posted by Kavstarr
Pennsylvania
01/14/2014
Just gave 2 tablespoons of ACV a shot. I do not have apple juice but cranberry/concord grape. Hope it works!

Posted by Jason (Michigan) on 07/12/2013

I just went through a lasting attack, 3 plus hours or so. I will have to try the Apple Cider Vinegar next time. What helped me tonight was a hot bath. My pain was pretty high when I got home from work, I could not get any relief from anything so I ran a hot bath and laid in there for about a half hour. The pain wasn't completely gone in the bath but it provided so much relief and that made me more comfortable.


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