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ACV in Apple Juice for Gallbladder Attacks

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Apple Cider Vinegar in Apple Juice
Posted by Nicole (Indianapolis, In) on 09/05/2015
5 out of 5 stars

I had my fourth gallbladder attack last night. For the past month I've really changed my diet and have been eating very healthy and exercising. My other attacks landed me in the ER with nurses asking "Why haven't you had it removed??" I've had 5 open abdominal surgeries in the past for appendicitis, peritonitis and endometriosis. I've decided to persue any and all natural remedies before considering any more surgeries (unless life threatening). I had the Braggs ACV with the Mother ready on hand for my next attack. I bought organic unfiltered apple juice from my local Whole Foods to mix with it as I've read the ACV is quite strong.

My attack came on gradually in the middle of the night and eventually I could not lay down. I mixed 1/4 cup of ACV with 8 ounces of the apple juice. After every gulp of the mixture I sucked on a lemon wedge to miminize the strong taste which worked out great and I was able to drink the mixture completely within 5 minutes or so. My pain was totally gone within 15-20 minutes and I could go back to sleep! I could not be happier to have found this natural remedy and so many people who have posted their positive experiences with ACV! I never thought this would actually work for me, to be honest. I had pain pills waiting just in case. But never took them! Never again!! Thank you!!

Apple Cider Vinegar in Apple Juice
Posted by Lorraine (West Midlands, England) on 04/20/2016
5 out of 5 stars

I have been suffering with gall-bladder attacks for about a year now and am waiting for an operation to remove it. In the meantime I'm getting frequent attacks which are triggered by literally ANYTHING at all. The pain can be unbearable and I had been told there was nothing that could help, "you just have to ride it out"!

My current episode has lasted for three days with small intervals of relief, I had not eaten for three days and at the end of my tether I googled in hope of finding some advice on a remedy that could help with the pain when I came across this site and the "Apple cider vinegar with Apple juice recipe", I was sceptical to say the least but with nothing to loose I just had to give it a go. To my amazement (and total delight) this has worked for me today!! It's early days and I'm still scared the pain will reoccur any moment, but so far - it is working and I could not be happier!!!

Thank you all who have recommended this, I feel like I have discovered a miracle 😊

Apple Cider Vinegar in Apple Juice
Posted by Jeffery (Smithville, Ms.) on 07/22/2015
5 out of 5 stars

Improving the taste of ACV for gallbladder attacks...

My cure all:

Heat 6 oz water with 1/4 tsp powder cinnamon and ginger let it step for 10 mins if time allows add a little cold maple syrup local honey and 1 tbs ACV. It tastes like a hot apple cider. I also add 1 oz rum during cold season adjust to taste since flavors of spice change. I also add a little brown sugar for taste. I also use apple juice in place of water if I have it.


Apple Cider Vinegar in Apple Juice
Posted by Jennifer (Arizona) on 04/22/2017
5 out of 5 stars

I have never had gallbladder issues before. But I am absolutely in AWE of how fast this worked. I went from tons of pain in my back and under my ribcage on the right side which felt like a heavy brick pushing from the inside out with sharp edges and tons of pressure... To FEELING amazing in 15 min flat. It was incredible! I was so skeptical. I am scheduled for a fasting ultrasound this week...and the Dr sent me home with pain medication...the warnings that came with that medicine, had me shoving it deep in a drawer never to be used. So I went hunting for natural remedies. Earth Clinic has always been my go-to... so if you are reading this. RUN do not walk to try it. It WORKS BRILLIANTLY!!! I am ever so grateful for all of the reviews...your voices are what convienced me to try it!


Apple Cider Vinegar in Apple Juice
Posted by Lynn (North Yorkshire, England) on 02/27/2016
5 out of 5 stars

Apple Cider Vinegar Saves the Day, thank you!

Hi all, Just had week from hell due to Gallbladder pain, nausea, vomiting, sweats and I found the Apple Cider Vinegar 2 Tablespoons in 8 oz Apple Juice and I added Lemon juice, thank God! Within 15mins the pain went away to my surprise. I was still laid up vomiting but the pain gone made a huge difference and I will now drink every morning and honey and lemon at night but the ACV and apple juice a miracle!

Apple Cider Vinegar in Apple Juice
Posted by Joseph (Fort Worth) on 01/30/2016
5 out of 5 stars

Apple Cider Vinegar in Apple Juice - Awesome, this stuff works. My wife was having her second attack and I ran over to kroger, followed the instructions and she felt so much better in minutes.. Happy hubby


Apple Cider Vinegar in Apple Juice
Posted by K (Delray Beach, Fl) on 07/25/2014
5 out of 5 stars

Gallbladder Attack Treatment - it really works!!!

I've been sick for 4 days, and can't go to the hospital. This is nothing short of miraculous. I drank the ACV in fresh apple cider, and within 30 minutes, pain started to subside. With next glass, I fell asleep and woke up with NO PAIN!!!! Does this mean it is not a valve problem? I hope so, because I plan to proceed with the cleanse tonight unless someone out there has had a bad experience or a reason to not do the cleanse just yet.


Apple Cider Vinegar in Apple Juice
Posted by Rodc357 (Phoenix) on 08/30/2016
5 out of 5 stars

ok so I'm sitting at work today feeling the pain come on thinking o-boy not again. I was willing to try anything not to experience another 12 hours of intense pain, came across this Apple Cider Vinegar and apple juice. went down to the grocery picked both up, bought Kroger brand for both, mixed, drank, did not taste very pleasant, but about half an hour later no pain. I was extremely skeptical but it worked. 2 tablespoons to 8 oz. Thank you


Apple Cider Vinegar in Apple Juice
Posted by Mary (Cincinnati Ohio) on 03/21/2016
5 out of 5 stars

I was woken up at 3:15 am today with another gallbladder attack. It always lasts for 4-5 hrs and the thought brings up such anxiety. I googled what to do during a gallbladder attack and found the Apple Cider Vinger and apple juice remedy.

I did not have any Apple juice but did have cranberry juice. I put 1/4 cup ACV in 6-8 oz cranberry juice. Could not believe within 10 mins pain subsided!!! I did not even finish the drink.


Apple Cider Vinegar in Apple Juice
Posted by Chris (Ct) on 03/08/2016
5 out of 5 stars

Tonight a major gallbladder attack came on strong. Pain in the stomach and I felt the pain on the right side under the rib cage. Here's what worked and brought me to tears! 1/4 cup of ACV mixed with 8oz of apple juice and downed it! 10 mins later the pain was gone! It works don't SUFFER!

Apple Cider Vinegar in Apple Juice
Posted by Govols (New York) on 07/21/2014
5 out of 5 stars

I have suffered with occasional (4 to 8 times per year) gallbladder pain since I was a child. As a teen I was hospitalized due to the pain and was told that the issue was just gas pressure. Later testing in my thirties proved that my gallbladder functions at about only 10% of what it should. After this I was referred to a surgeon who told me that doing the surgery was no problem, he did this surgery every day. He said 85% of his patients are "cured." However, about 15% experience side effects. One of the side effects is lifelong chronic diarrhea. So, I could either take the chance with the surgery or watch the fat content in what I consumed. I chose the latter and the surgeon gave me a reaffirming nod;-)

This past weekend I sensed another flare up as the pressure and pain slowly increased under the right side of my rib cage. I drugged up last night with anything I could find (over-the-counter) to knock me out and help me sleep. I woke up feeling better. However, after lunch the pain came roaring back with a vengeance. I had to leave work early. On the way home I drove by our local health food store to see if they had any insights (they always do a GREAT job) but they were closed, bummer! Got home and began taking anything I could find to help ease the pain (again, over-the-counter only.) Then I thought I would search the internet for "natural cures." That's when I found this article on this site.

I found organic Apple Cider Vinegar and mixed 3 teaspoons with 8 oz of apple juice and sipped the concoction until it was gone. Over the course of about an hour and fifteen minutes I went from wanting to curl up in fetal position due to the pain to feeling just some mild pressure. Not sure how this will turn out BUT this solution has been RADICALLY more effective than anything else I have tried for the last 30 years. Now I'm sipping an a second batch just to see what happens.

It is absolutely unbelievable. I cannot say if it will work for anyone else, but it has truly been a God-send for me. I wish you all good health, body soul, and mind.


Apple Cider Vinegar in Apple Juice
Posted by Gg (Florida (fl)) on 11/24/2017
5 out of 5 stars

Apple Cider Vinegar - I can't believe this worked...when I was pregnant I started suffering from what I am confident are gallbladder attacks. Now, months after my baby has been born, the symptoms persisted if I ate certain things or had a heavy meal. The attacks continue to get longer and longer. Yesterday was the worst attack yet starting in the evening and persisting for 12 hours. I was tempted to go to the emergency room but saw this remedy and figured it was worth a try. It took me an hour to drink the drink (although it tasted fine the vinegar did burn my throat a bit). Within that hour my attack slowly lessened and now its to the point where it is almost completely gone and I can comfortably rest. Try it!!!


Apple Cider Vinegar in Apple Juice
Posted by Lee-anne (Australia) on 05/13/2015
5 out of 5 stars

Just started to have my 3rd gallstone attack after eating a baked dinner, so thinking maybe the lamb? Anyway googled how to ease the pain and found these post, drank 2 tsp of ACV with warm water and felt the pain ease immediately, completely gone within minutes. Thanks heaps. I realise from other posts, that this may not always work, but it did for me today, so even though I am watching what I eat and trying different remedies, I will carry a small bottle of ACV with me at all times. Thanks again.

Apple Cider Vinegar in Apple Juice
Posted by Jack (Singapore) on 05/01/2015
5 out of 5 stars

Diagnosed with multiple gallstones (0.4cm in size) last month after ultrasound. Had one attack late yesterday evening. Pain level was about 7. Couldn't sleep the whole night. This morning almost crawled to a shop nearby to purchase apple juice (to my surprise, I already have ACV in my kitchen). Took 2 teaspoon of ACV with 8oz of apple juice. Like magic, pain is gone. This remedy works! Going back to sleep now...


Apple Cider Vinegar in Apple Juice
Posted by Katherine (Chicago, Il) on 12/23/2014
5 out of 5 stars

Dear all suffering with Gall Bladder issues:

My Boyfriend was suffering with GB issues a few years back. He eats way to many beef burgers... Anyways he was hospitalized and they told him they wanted to take out his gall bladder.

This is what prompted me to look into a natural remedy. If the problem is from behavioral/ eating habits vs. hereditary there is no need to remove body parts. (My opinion at the time)

So I found 2 recipes that have helped his issues subside almost immediately.

Recipe one is the one from above mixing apple cider vinegar with apple juice.

Recipe two is a combination of 1/4C of olive oil to 8oz of Coca cola. Yes its rather gross, drink it fast! Then lay on your left side so your gall bladder is on the top side for about 15-30minutes. You will feel some discomfort. But the gall stones will move through your system. Once the discomfort has subsided you can go about your day.

Other tips: Try to limit your beef consumption especially from places like McDs. Switch over to other forms of meat like turkey or chicken. Add more vegetables to your diet. Have salad made with red lettuce or spinich, broccoli and cauliflower are also excellent choices.


Apple Cider Vinegar in Apple Juice
Posted by Marcia (Indianapolis, In) on 07/16/2018
5 out of 5 stars

For my gall bladder attack I added one Tablespoon of apple cider vinegar with the mother to eight ounces of half organic apple juice, half organic cranberry apple juice. I sipped it over about a 20 minute span. In about an hour my pain subsided. In the future, I'll use two Tablespoons. Thank goodness for Earth Clinic and natural remedy relief!



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