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ACV in Apple Juice for Gallbladder Attacks

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Posted by Rheta (California) on 05/15/2016
5 out of 5 stars

Okay here it goes... I was in ER two weeks ago with gallbladder pain wow the pain was crazy, I was sent home. I never wanted to go through that again. I have been watching everything I ate. Tonight it started again and found this site. I tried the apple cider vinegar 2 tablespoons and 8 oz of apple juice, it is a chilly night so I warmed it up a little and I thought it was tasty, within 15 minutes all pain was gone, Hip Hip Hooray.

Thank you.

Replied by Bez
(England)
05/24/2016
5 out of 5 stars

I am finding the remedy of apple cider vinegar and apple juice is helping with my gallbladder pain/problem, and the pain has gone.

Does anyone know if it is OK to take the mixture twice a day. I'm finding it refreshing and, at the moment, am taking it once on a morning and once on an evening as a preventative measure.

Replied by Mama To Many
(Tennessee)
05/25/2016

Many people take apple cider vinegar twice a day; I think as long as it suits you to take it twice daily in apple juice, it should be fine.

~Mama to Many~

Replied by Linda
(Reedsburg, Wi)
08/13/2016
5 out of 5 stars

I also have been suffering since June with pain and had another diagnosis..but I just decided to Dr.myself and look for a natural solution..I tried the apple juice and vinegar and in 10 min. I was pain free..the best I felt since June. I was taking a solution every morning of vinegar, cinnamon and ginger...but I will be doin the Apple Cider Vinegar and apple juice instead..I am a believer so far.


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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 😊

Replied by Donna
(Glasgow)
08/27/2017

Hey I've been taking these pains for 3 month and the past week the pains been 24/7 😪 Was admitted to hospital then sent home, I'm definitely going to give this a try today. fingers crossed it helps

Replied by Alexander
(Philippines)
03/14/2018

Good luck. My attack lasted for almost 12 hours then just disappeared at 3 in the morning. Not taking any chances again, I bought some raw unfiltered Apple Cider Vinegar with the "mother" ingredient and some apple juice. Though it isn't acting up, thought i'd prepare justincase it does.

Have you had an ultrasound? I found out I have 5 small stones, biggest being 1cm. Will consult the Doc on Friday.


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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.


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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!

Replied by Yunus
(South Africa)
04/15/2017

May God bless all of U for SHARING recipe

Replied by Sharon
(Co)
09/30/2017

I have been in pain for a week, yesterday almost made me drive myself to ER. I typed in God's diet to help gallbladder..... this site appeared. I actually had raw Apple Cider Vinegar from a recipe and have been sipping on as I read the comments on this site. Thank you so much. God lead me to you. Two questions, does the apple juice need to be organic? and can a bit of cinnamon be added? I'm drinking the vinegar at the moment with a touch of honey. I'm on my way to the grocery store so wondered these two thoughts. Thanks, and may God bless you back as you have blessed me.


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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!

Replied by Sherri
(Ohio, Usa)
03/25/2016

What amounts of honey and lemon did you use? Was it in water or another liquid or alone? Thank you!

Are you still doing well with these remedies? Do you take them daily? Just one..or both?


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Posted by Johnsocal (San Diego, California) on 02/18/2016
5 out of 5 stars

I just wanted to add my voice supporting the use of Apple Cider Vinegar for Gall Bladder attack symptoms. I was experiencing none of the intense pains that others had described but I was suddenly taken with a feeling almost like having the stomach flu with intense feelings seeming to come from the center of my stomach. Only by chance did I start probing around below my rib cage with my hand and discover how sensitive my right side was directly below my ribs. Once I felt that my problem might be related to my Gall Bladder I followed with the ACV treatment of two tablespoons in juice and down the hatch. My results were not immediate as others described and, in fact, I was just about to admit it would not work when about an hour after ingesting the juice and ACV the symptoms began to taper off in a hurry. I went from feeling like I did not want to do anything but lie on the bed and not move to up and moving like nothing had happened. Now I can't prove that my symptoms were tied to a Gall Bladder attack but, regardless, the ACV formula certainly took care of my issue and I am very happy with that. If you read this just remember to give the ACV time to work.


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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!!

Replied by Joseph
(Fort Worth)
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


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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.


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Posted by Monica (Puyallup, Wa) on 06/07/2015
5 out of 5 stars

For the last couple of weeks I have been suffering from gall bladder attacks, I have been previously able to lessen the severity by putting a very warm compress under my rib cage which helped with the pain and allowed me to sleep. Last night was bad and could not get to sleep because of the pain, desperate for relief went to the internet and found this website and tried the Apple Cider Vinegar and lemon juice in water ...maybe took about 10 mins a most and pain gone....I of course, remained awake waiting for the pain to come back...but it didn't....and at least got 4 hours of sleep before having to start a busy day. Thank you thank you....this remedy will be at my arms length anytime I get that familiar twinge starting up...How do you spell relief: ACV and Lemon juice...thank you


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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.

Replied by Kris
(Lincoln)
07/04/2015

Was there eggplant in your meal? I get attacks from eggplant and green bell peppers...arsenic in the seeds.


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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...


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Posted by Jv (Edinburg, Tejas) on 04/12/2015
5 out of 5 stars

I've had terrible lower-abdomen pain about once every 6 months for almost 15 years and I had given up since neither Dr's, ER rooms, GI's Etc. could find or diagnose what it was (although because of the symptoms I suspected GB stones or "muds", although my pain is exactly centered on my abdomen 4" above my navel, as opposed to the "typical" GB attack which they tell me is towards the right side.

Anyway, as I said, I had given up and figured I'd have to live with this recurring pain which strikes in the middle of the night, lasts from 3 to 4 Hrs (8 to 9 pain-strength in a scale of 10). I'd just curl in a ball on the floor and press my belly with pillows until it passed...

But last night, as I was starting to feel some pain coming, I quickly googled "gallbladder pain remedies" and came accross this site, so I decided to give a try to the Apple Cider Vinegar and mixed 2 teaspoons of it plus 1 tspn of lime juice in an 8 oz glass of warm water and gulped it down. To my amazement, within 15 minutes I was pain free and able to go back to sleep!

So THANK YOU SO MUCH! MUCHISIMAS GRACIAS! GOD BLESS YOU! MERCI BEAUCOUP! GREAT SITE!
YOU HAVE MADE MY LIFE QUALITY SO MUCH BETTER! I LOVE YOU ALL!!!

MIL GRACIAS AMIGOS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

:)

SINCERELY, JV in Tejas


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Posted by Mark (Isle Of Wight, Uk) on 03/28/2015
5 out of 5 stars

Wow. Thank you for advice. I had a Gallbladder attack last Monday with gallbladder infection and several large gallstones. Took doctors 10 months to wrongly diagnose my condition. It was A+E who diagnosed that I had gallbladder problems. Lots of anti-biotics and Tramodol!! I have a very good diet and exercise regularly. I read article as looking for more of a dietary solution. Found some apple cider vinegar in cupboard and mixed with "robinson" apple and blackcurrant (Boys like it! ). I could not believe it! It worked almost immediately! 2-4 minutes! Still researching, but glad I came across this article. (still require surgery) but infection will take 4-6 weeks to clear. Regards Mark.


Apple Cider Vinegar in Apple Juice
Posted by Bee (New York, US) on 03/26/2015

I have gallstones so I put 2 tablespoons of organic ACV in apple juice. It stops the pain and will expel gallstones.. I also am drinking the Chanca Piedra tea (stone breaker) and I am expelling the stones. Only thing the stone breaker breaks them up into small gravely deposits which I think is great... I also drink lemons.. so far it's good but I still have pain so I am assuming I have a lot of stones.. but I am going to continue..


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Posted by Mk2... (Florida Central, US) on 02/18/2015
5 out of 5 stars

I was in distress with an attack last night for about 5 hrs. Normally I just go to the ER and get pumped full of fluids till it passes however I didn't want to last night. Instead of doing that, I tried apple cider vinegar in apple juice. 30 min later I felt much MUCH better. And this morning I woke up with 0 pain! Awesome..



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