Natural Gallstone Remedies

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Posted by Carole (Bury Village, West Sussex., England) on 03/18/2013

I found this research paper very interesting... Especially the flow of liver qi. Written by Subhuti Dharmananda, Ph. D.... treatment of gallstones with chinese herbs and acupuncture: www.itmoinline.org/arts/gallstones./htm

I am enjoying tamarind - so worth looking at that for gb support.
- And I like dandelion root coffee (good for bile support).
- Also, coconut is a good source of protein.
- Chia seed is also a good source of protein/fibre. a tiny seed packed full of goodness.
- I am loving my bean soup; avocado, beetroot and bean salads and salmon, rice and beans.  It is so rewarding to be able to eat and not be fearful of what might happen.... as we know the pain can be very scary!

Good luck

Replied by Stevenson
Vancouver, Bc, Canada
03/18/2013
Carole, thanks for sharing that info! I posted yesterday here, but it never showed up. It seems the moderators pick and choose what is displayed, which is not such a good thing really. If this post gets through and anyone can recommend another site to post my ultrasound scan let me know please.

EC: Hi Stevenson, your post never came through yesterday. If you tried to attach a file, it may have been rejected by our server. Please send your post and ultrasound scan to staff@earthclinic.com and we'll see if we can post it on the site.

Replied by Carole
Bury Village, West Sussex., England
03/23/2013
Hi! I am in the process of looking at all the links re the gallstone protocol. I asked Karen Hurd for any data that would support her high fibre diet and she responded immediately with the following link.... which I share here.

http://www.karenhurd.com/kh-assets/kh-textfiles/EnterohepaticRecirculation.pdf

Perhaps we can share any thoughts.

Posted by Rei (Venice, Fl, Usa) on 03/16/2013

To Stevenson from Vancouver:

I want to thank you very much for your posting about Kathy Hurd and the legume regimen. I have suffered with gallstone/gallbladder issues most of my adult life. I am now 44 years old. I used to do flushes to help my situation, but allowed far too much time to lapse and am now very uncomfortable and in pain much of the time. I fear that my liver is also damaged due to years of unhealthy life choices, via food, drink and stress. And as a person without insurance or means to be treated by a doctor, I am left to my own devices.

I am embarking on this regimen tomorrow and have spent the entire day researching and preparing my beans. :-) I don't know if there are any "no-no's" with this diet, but I just prepared a Mexican Bean Salad that I do like very much and intend to eat other variations of beans recipes as well. It includes a total of 10. 5 cups of beans (kidney, cannellini & black), 6 cups total of diced green & red peppers, 2 red onions minced, 1/2 cup olive oil, 1/2 cup red wine vinegar, 2 TBL lemon and 4 TBL lime juice, 1 TBL cumin, 1 TSP chili pepper, 1 1/2 TBL salt, 1 TBL pepper, 4 cloves fresh mashed garlic, and 1-1/2 TBL of sugar. Are there any ingredients in here that I should steer clear from? I figure this is about 3 days worth of beans!

I am VERY interested in what your test results will show after your appointment with the doctor. Please do keep us informed! It's people like you who are willing to share their experiences that enrich this community.

Thank you!

Replied by Stevenson
Vancouver, Bc, Canada
03/17/2013
Rei, you're very welcome. I think you are going to be very surprised at how rapidly our bodies heal themselves even if abused for a long time like yours and mine was. On top of my unhealthy food choices and such, the stress I had to endure I am sure did not help my body at all either. I am eagerly awaiting my scan so that I can post the results here, but if how I feel means anything, I feel like the luckiest person in the world to beat this thing.

Your choice of beans looks fine, but I stuck with the kidney beans myself as they have nearly double the fiber of the others and it is the fiber that the does the job of cleaning out our system, but according to what was posted on Kathy Hurd's site, all the beans should be fine.

As far as no-no's goes, your mix looks pretty good. I'm not sure about sugar though as when one is trying to heal oneself, sugar normally is never a good idea. I used pineapple or apples if I need some sweetness in my mix. Sugar may still be fine as the soluble fiber in the beans will be the most important factor but keep in mind though that sugar often does a lot of harm in letting natural foods do their job in your body.

If you can add avocados in their and sometimes mix it up with salmon or brown rice on other days, then you can get complete proteins as I am pretty sure beans alone are not complete proteins by themselves.

Good luck and please keep us posted. I never mentioned this before, but my constant migraines and strange body shivers never came back after starting this diet, so obviously it has more than one plus for the body.

Replied by Carole
Bury Village, West Sussex,, England
03/17/2013
Good luck with your legume therapy... Please post how you are getting on. I can only comment on your bean recipe - does it cause you any problems..... The chilli would be my concern as I would not be able to cope with anything spicy?

I have been on the legume therapy (Karen Hurd) for just 9 days and I am really benefitting! I am also enjoying the challenge of bean recipes and learning about the nutritional value of the different beans - as they all taste the same to me! Fascinating, for instance, Black beans are a good source of the B vitamins and Pinto for Selenium.... and so much more.

I am so happy to have found this link and all the resources being shared.

:-)Carole

Replied by Rei
Venice, Fl, Usa
03/17/2013
Stevenson, yes I've learned through my intense research in the last few days about complete proteins and have armed myself with raw almonds, avacados, brown rice, and a large assortment of veggies! I agree with your comment in regards to sugar, and most likely could have left that out. But I figured since the dressing is pooled at the bottom of the container and after a brief mixing of my bean concoction, very little actually is being consumed. I've made this recipe before, but not for health purposes and there is usually approx 80% of the dressing still left in the container even after the entire dish has been consumed. Perhaps the next time, I'll make a smaller portion of this recipe and remove the sugar all together.

In researching, I happened to have stumbled on so much information on nutrition and coincidently (although I believe there are no real coincidences, rather a purposeful plan being played out) I also had recorded 2 shows on my DVR that spoke specifically about this way of life and eating. It was the Dr. Oz show and it highlighted how one can heal themselves through God's medicine aka food. Mostly made up of vegetables, grains, legumes and nuts, whereas meat and dairy are used simply as a condiment if you are unable to commit to ridding it from your diet.

So I've made a commitment during this 10 week period to eat 80-90% of such a diet and 10-20% of animal products if I really feel the need.

Carole: You mentioned the chili component of my salad. While I realize the chili can aggrevate my gallbladder, I added it thinking it was just a small amount and the dressing doesn't really stick to the beans. However, after I ate my 1/2 cup I did feel a bit of discomfort in my back under the right shoulder blade. Usually this means that a very uncomfortable period is about to come on and I was really worried. However, that never happened. It was just a short period of time, maybe 15 minutes, and nothing painful per se. Something was happening and I wondered if perhaps the oil is forcing the gallbladder to work a bit. If that's the case and this is the only dicomfort I will have, I'm glad to help the gallbladder along to push some of this stuff out and bind with the beans! As I noted above with the removal of sugar the next time I make this, perhaps I will remove the chili as well. I don't like spicy foods, never have. This certainly isn't spicy on any level, but I might as well try to avoid anything that causes discomfort or inflammation.

This is a new journey for me and I'm looking forward to the changes that may follow. Although I started this with the intent to treat my gallbladder and liver issues, I'm broadening my view and looking at the other things that could possibly be affected. I'm hoping that I, like Stevenson, will shed some weight, increase my energy levels, decrease some aches and pains (espesically my headaches), reduce my stress (through a conscious effort and more energy to exercise and move), and perhaps dare I say, feel younger!

Many thanks to Stevenson for sharing his knowledge and experience and Carole for posing the question, as well as others who have shared. Had I not found this post, I don't know if I would have stumbled on the other valuable information that this post inspired. Rather than feeling beaten and helpless as I have been, I have a renewed feeling of hope and optimism. That alone has been the "medicine" I've needed for some time now.

I'll try to keep notes and post my journey so others who may find themselves in my position someday, may come here and perhaps be inspired to begin their own journey. Paying it forward, so to speak. :-)

Replied by Louwrence
Rustenburg, North West, South Africa
03/17/2013
Rei, The 1st thing to do is a liverflush & you will solve a whole lot of problems, do the Hulda Clark liverflush, very simple, look on the net for the procedure.
Replied by Stevenson
Vancouver, BC, Canada
03/17/2013
Rei, I watch Dr. OZ, too and am so glad there is someone like him suggesting common sense to the masses about health. As fas as headaches goes, I used to get mine from so many foods and weather changes that I just couldn't take it anymore. I don't think beans alone did the trick, but possibly because I stopped all wheat products. I used to blame banannas, chocolate, milk products, you name it for my headaces, but the only thing I left out and never consumed again was anything containing wheat, so I may be alergic to wheat.

One thing I thought would never stop was my weather change headaches. Everytime a front would move in and we have so many this time of year, my head would just explode and I would be out for the day, but nothing, not even a minor headache. It must be overall that the legumes and my diet cleaned out my liver to such a stage that everything is working again in balance in my body.

I wish I would have known all this info 20 years ago, but I'm 53 now and can't complain at all. It's a life long quest for me now to eat healthy as firstly, I really enjoy what I eat now and feel full easy and secondly, why would I want to go back to all those terrible pains, headaches, tiredness and so on, it was like a bad dream and I never want to experience again.

And Carole, so glad you are already feeling better already.

Posted by Timh (Louisville, Ky, Usa) on 03/09/2013

Stevenson: You may want to also consider supplementing Lecithin as it is beneficial to the digestive, bilary, circulatory, and nervous systems; an allround whole body health promoter.

Another item worth mentioning here is the amino acid Methionine which is found in abundance in legumes. Methionine, like choline (methionine actually makes choline), is a superior fat burner. After having made some inroads on hepatitis, and fungal infection in the gut, I restarted using methionine 1grm daily with profound results. My fatty liver is regressing to healthy cells and I can definitely feel this improvement. Extra methyl donors like B-6, B-12, and Folic Acid are recommended when supplementing extra Methionine.

Replied by Stevenson
Vancouver, Bc
03/10/2013
Timh, thanks very much for your suggestions, I was thinking about lecithin for a long time and I believe it is worth taking. Do you think I have enough Methionine in my daily legumes to avoid the supplement? I was also diagnosed with a fatty liver which goes hand in hand with gallstones for many, but after my legumes 6 times a day, everything feels back to normal.

I have an ultrasound appointment for my gallbladder and bilary ducts again on April-8 so by April-15 I will post the results as my doctor will have them by then. I had to actually switch doctors as my one refused my scan. I'm not sure what that was all about, but the vibe I was getting was that she was really annoyed that I did not take her suggestion to remove my gallbladder so she paid me back by refusing to authorize a scan to see if my stones are all gone. There is some weird stuff going on around here from time to time with the doctors, but luckily my brother's doctor took me on as a patient and immediately booked a scan for me.

Replied by Carole
Bury Village, West Sussex, England
03/11/2013
Good luck with the ultrascan. I use lecithin granules - not soya - and I think they help. Have a look again at the Karen Hurd site as she has it listed.

Very early days - day 4 - since starting legume protocol.... However I am happy there is less discomfort. :-)

Replied by Timh
Louisville, Ky, Usa
03/11/2013
Stevenson: I would first try supplementing Lecithin or/and Choline/Inositol, as well as herbal liver formula. What other sources of protein are you eating??? If you are vegan, it is advised to rotate Rice w/ Legumes. Organic Dairy and Eggs would be good. Being in Vancouver, how about Salmon (great source of protein and EFA's).
Replied by Stevenson
Vancouver, Bc
03/12/2013
Timh, OK will look into those right away, many thanks. For protein I get it from the legumes, brown rice, avocado and salmon mostly, so I feel fine there.
Replied by Stevenson
Vancouver, Bc
03/12/2013
Carole, thanks and not to worry as the discomfort gets less and less. I'm very interested what my ultrasound will show, but I can only imagine it's great news.

Posted by Stevenson (Vancouver, Bc) on 02/24/2013

I have a better way that requires no flushing. I could go on and on how it has saved me from continous terrible pains from gallstones, but here is the link to where I found the information.

http://www.karenhurd.com/pages/healthtopics/specifichealthconcerns/ht-shc-gallbladderdisease.html

If you have or suspect gallstones, please give it a read as it is only one page long and for me the results were so stunning that I just want to pass this info on. It covers things that you may not find anywhere else and just involves taking soluble fiber 6 times a day (I did it every two hours using kidney or navy beans) to bind to the old bile and stones and after several weeks all the old bile and stones are flushed out of your body and your liver produces new bile and disolves everything else there after.

Replied by Timh
Louisville, Ky, Usa
02/26/2013
Thanks for the info and link, Steve.

I will beg to differ as for the fiber for Gallstone treatment. As for prevention, it is standard protocol to eat high fiber diet. 500mg Taurine daily would help in detox (purification) as well as bile production. Bile insufficiency is quite often a result of Liver disease like hepatitis or fatty liver, or excessive alcohol consumption, or toooo many prescription/otc drugs. Liver support herbs would go a long ways in the prevention of gallstone.

The Dr Murry school of natural medicine recommends moderate consumption of legumes as they contain Saponins which actually increase gallstone formation. Psyllium and Oat brans are recommended here. Phosphatidylcholine is highly recommended for gallstone issues.

Replied by Stevenson
Vancouver, BC Canada
03/05/2013
Timh??? Obviously you did not read the one page link I posted. It clearly states how old bile attaches like a magnet to soluble fiber and flushes out of your body through your intestinal track rather than being absorbed by it and recycled back to the liver again and again which ends up creating the stones in the first place. When fresh bile is created, this is what disolves stagnant bile and stones naturally, just like fresh oil in an engine removes the sludge.

It seems so many people talk about not eating this and not eating that to avoid getting stones, when the truth is that you can eat many things as long as you keep your bile running fresh. This process not only dissolved all my stones, but made me feel and look 15 years younger as I now have a fully functioning and clear liver.

Replied by Timh
Louisville, Ky, USA
03/06/2013
Stevenson: I did read the article and added that legume fibre can, according to Dr Murray, actually increase gallstone formation. I think the study or observation was an excess of legumes consumption. So I concluded in agreement with your finding, but leaned to not limiting the diet to only one type fiber. We now know a diet low in fiber will lead to gallstones and colon problems.
Replied by Anon
Anon
03/06/2013
Hi, thanks for posting this information Stevenson, it is very interesting and definitely worth doing. When did you use this method? Have you been fine since? I am not a big fan of beans but would try this as I definately would benefit from an oil change. Thanks again.
Replied by Carole
Bury Village, West Sussex, England
03/06/2013
Hi! Thanks for posting. I have read this article and, in discussion with somebody who is ahead of me on the dissolving/flushing protocols - and is not winning! - has tried this with no positive outcome. I will re-read the article and see if it is for me. Still doesn't answer my question.... Can anything dissolve a large calcified gallstone and has somebody been successful. So far.... I've not found anybody!

I am struggling with a high dose of Chanca Piedra at the moment - seem to do better with tincture and tea rather than capsule.

Replied by Stevenson
Vancouver, Bc
03/06/2013
Anon, you're welcome. I held back posting the info until I ran a full 8 weeks and was 100% fine. I started the 6 times a day beans about 2 1/2 months ago after trying just about everything else, including chanca pedra. Nothing worked so I read the info from that link I posted and really digested it. It made 100% sense to me that fresh bile will disolve everything so I started to do it and only 3 or 4 times did I not do 6 times a day due to not having access to the beans when I needed them.

When I had my first ultra sound back in Dec, it came back that I not only had the big stones in my bladder and little ones, but that my ducts were full of those little ones as well. This explained why I had so many different types of excrutiating pain that bought me to me knees. I also realized IV morphine does nothing to lessen the pain I had.

So fast forward to now. No more pain, no more anything. I can eat what I want when I want. I will eat beans at least 2 times a week now, maybe more as I know they work.

To make things simple for everyone, here is how I did it.

Every 2 hours, 6 times a day I had my half cup serving of beans 125ml. Which works out to one full large can a day of cooked Eden organic kidney beans. I chose eden organic as they are available in just about every supermarket and their cans are bpa free. You can just get your own bag of beans as well from anywhere and soak and cook them yourself. It doesn't matter, but I was lazy and bought the canned ones for convenience.

Every time I mixed something with the beans so that if would be fun and easy to eat. I sometimes mixed, apples, pineapple, tomatos, potatoes, sweet potatoes, cucumbers, brocolli, beets, lemon and olive oil, sea salt. Sometimes I even mixed a little of all of the above when I had the appetite.

And that is it. I did this for 8 weeks straight and I am forever thankful not only for how I feel, but the fact that I lost 25 lbs and feel full of energy as well.

Replied by Stevenson
Vancouver, Bc
03/06/2013
Timh, I apologize for the misunderstanding on my behalf. I would agree that legumes should not be ones only source of fiber. I mixed my beans with so many different veges etc and also had every two days oatmeal as well, avocadoes and such. Even peanut butter. Also, beans do not have a complete protein so one needs to have more than just beans in a diet anyway. I supplemented my protein from avocado most of the time.
Replied by Stevenson
Vancouver, Bc
03/06/2013
Carole, please try the legumes method 6 times a day and then get an ultrasound about 3 months later, You will be amazed how fresh bile will disolve your stone. Just image your stone being an icecube floating in warm water, it will eventually melt away. That is how the process of fresh bile works in disolving your stone.
Replied by Timh
Louisville, Ky, Usa
03/07/2013
Steve: Your consideration is much appreciated. I was insistent on Fiber as a preventive therapy for gallstones, but after reading your recent personal testimony and the article, you pose a very convincing proposal as treatment. Hopefully this treatment will be further ratified by other E.C.ers.

Looking back several years gone, I was suffering from gallstones (although I hadn't the acute attacks many report, maybe the Dr. Christopher Liver/Gallbladder Formula was at least helping). Went out to eat with some friends and decided on a "salad only" simply because I didn't feel able to digest a complete meal. Much to my surprise, my overall condition improved dramatically within an hour following a vegetable salad. This helped only temporary, but that result was convincing proof of the fiber effect on bile/gallstones. I latter did the flush plus Milk Thistle for the liver and improved significantly.

Replied by Anon
Anon
03/07/2013
Thank you Stevenson, that's great information, really clear and will be very helpful to a lot of us.
Replied by Carole
Bury Village, West Sussex,, England
03/07/2013
Hi again! You say you had your first scan in December which showed the stones. Since being on the legumes protocol have you had another scan? It's great that it worked for you.
Replied by Carole
Bury Village, West Sussex,, England
03/07/2013
Hi! Thanks for taking the time to answer. I have re-read the information.... Have beans soaking ready to give it a go! I do have a high fibre diet - perhaps why I do not have 'attacks' when I eat.... just these weird heat/itching/inflammation problems from exercise mainly now..... the stone rattling around? I do eat a lot of legumes (I thought) but not as high an intake as described in the Hurd link or your post.

Some days I think I'm mad to follow 'another idea'.... When the reality is that the stone showing on the scan is getting bigger... and the GCG, Lemon, Lecithin, Chanca Piedra, diet, Dandelion Root tea, Tamarind, Apples, etc. are doing what? I know everything has helped restore my liver to a very healthy state.... I just want the stone to go.

Trying to convince my specialist not to just go ahead with gb removal surgery is difficult....

Thanks form your help and I am so pleased that what you have done has worked for you... gives me hope.

Replied by Stevenson
Vancouver, Bc
03/08/2013
You're welcome Timh and Anon. I wanted to make it as easy as possible for everyone to know what and how I did it as I really feel nobody deserves the types of pain I was experiencing. I did forget to mention that 2 or 3 times I replaced Kidney beans with Navy beans, but I then fully stuck with the kidney beans as they have nearly double the fiber and it is the fiber that does the job and I sincerely hope people post their results after doing it.

I'm glad you mentioned how you felt after that salad. It happened to me too in the past, but I did not make the connection at the time. If I would have known to keep eating small portions of soluble fiber throughout the day, I could have saved myself a year of on and off hell, but better late than never.

To keep the record straight, I never stopped my morning coffee and I'm glad because I just love coffee.

Carole, I am going to the Dr. next week so that he can schedule an ultrasound again. I'm in Canada so I will have to wait it out for an appointment, but will post the results here. The last couple of days, I have tried to assault my body with high fatty foods, including tons of cheese, donuts, you name it, just to make sure I have absoltutely no issues and I don't, not even a suggestion of pain or discomfort anymore. Before, it was so bad, the slightest animal fats from milk products alone would send me to the floor crawling in pain and my first Doctor did not help either telling me things like "you could die", " you really need to consider removing your gallbladder" etc etc. It was a drain on my consciousness for sure, but I just did not want to give in and have things cut out without first doing my best to get it under control. Even my family when they witnessed me sweating profusely crawling on all fours wanted me to get the operation.

Replied by Stevenson
Vancouver, Bc
03/08/2013
Carole, you're not alone as many of us have tried several methods. That is why I felt it was really important to read that link and understand it well. What you will also notice is that the weeks just fly by once you start and before you know it, you're finished.

Another side effect is that my body has become very fit, not from exercise, but just fit and lean and healthy as obvioiusly the cholesterol melts away at the same time leaving everything very firm.

Replied by Jason
Harrisonburg, Va
01/24/2015
Has anybody else been helped by the Stevenson's bean method?

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Posted by Ms Jackson (Hampton, VA) on 12/05/2007

[YEA]  My acid reflux started 2 months ago. I went to the doctor and told her the problems i have and she started me on PROTONX. It worked for about 2 weeks then slowly got worse I had to go to the Emergency Room I felt like I was dying. They gave me the same meds to soothe it and sugessted reglan to increase the strength of my stomach i guess. Then I tried proselic it was okay for a week then I was up again worse I am going to try the ACV I hope this works and I only drink Spring Water to prevent Gall Stones my mother had those and they are painfull since she stopped drinking regular water no problems for years... I'll let you know in about a week!!!

Replied by Georgia
Green Bay, Wisconsin
06/21/2008
I want to do a liver cleanse. However I am allergic to sulfate. Can someone please tell me if I can take another ingredient with out sulfate. I am also a diabetic, will this be safe?

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Posted by Jan (Se Q'ld, Australia) on 05/20/2012

Hi, I notice you don't YET have a segment for SWEDISH BITTERS. I would like to see it as to me it is a medicine chest in a bottle as it helps so many ailments.

I've seen a person healed of pain in just 5 or 6minutes from Gallbladder stones pain attack. Amazing results after a tbspn of the Swedish Bitters brown liquid in a little water, swallowed and then the application of SB Compress over the pain area.

I've seen my husband's knee healed after an accident and application of compress on his knee for an hour or so, for a few days in a row. I've had a badly sprained ankle heal overnight with the application of a Swedish Bitters compress. I am never without it in my medicine cabinet, bathroom and kitchen.

To read it's history, recipe' and the old manuscrip, there is a free ebook on it at http://www.swedishbitters.com/ebook.pdf

Hope this can help someone.

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Posted by Carole (Bury Village, West Sussex,, England) on 03/19/2013

Spice you might like to look at for gb/liver issues.... Are tumeric - a natural anti-inflammatory and liver detox. Cinnamon helps lower cholesterol.

Posted by Rosemary (Rahway, New Jersey) on 11/09/2006

IM TAKING FULL SPECTRUM TURMERIC EXTRACT . I STARTED TAKING IT NOVEMBER 3 2006. BEEN TAKING 3 CAPSULES THREE TIMES A DAY. I HAVE GALLSTONES. I'M HOPING IT HELPS TO DISSOLVE THEM.

Vinegar and Honey   1  0   

Posted by Heather (Cincinnati, Ohio ) on 04/27/2014

[YEA]  I have recently been dealing with gallstone pain after indulging in certain foods. Last night I was in a panic with terrible pain and on the verge of visiting the ER. I have visited this site before for the kidney stone remedy, with great success and decided to try the vinegar remedy. However, I only had white vinegar at 11pm at night. I decided to try it mixed with water and honey. IT WORKED!!!!! Thank you!

Water   0  0   

Posted by Dee (Belfast Ni) on 11/05/2013

[BETTER BUT NOT CURED]  Have had gallbladder stones detected with scan after several painful episodes. I was unaware of the therapeudic use of Apple Cider Vinegar, but thanks to all the great advice will defo be trying it next time. For me drinking copious glasses of water every day helps keep pain away.

Yi Dan   1  0   

Posted by Blessed (Atlanta, GA) on 09/29/2008

[YEA]  i have been diagnosed with gallstones this past may of '07. i couldnt believe this is what was causing my nasuea and pain. i landed on this site looking for a remedy for another health issue i was having and decided to share my gallstone cure with everyone. i started off trying to obtain gallcleanse which i heard was the miracle drug out there. all natural, safe, doctor approved (can find it online but sold out every where) but my order has been on back order so long i tried Yi Dan instead (also found online). its 3 tablets 2x a day so i take them in the am and pm when i wake and sleep. no more pain. im going back for an ultrasound but i can almost guarantee there will NOT be any stones in my gallbladder! i can just feel it!!! Gallcleanse or Yi Dan are your best bet!!! good luck!

Replied by Tona
Albany, Ny
02/04/2012
Hi I read your post about YI DAN, for gallstones, I was just wondering if your gallstones were gone after using this natural product? I just purchased this product a few days ago because I did not want to remove my gallbladder as my doc recommend.







 



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