The gallbladder is a small pear-shaped sac located behind the liver. Its main task is to store cholesterol-rich bile, which is secreted in the liver. Bile helps the body digest fatty foods. Thus, when, for example, a fried potato reaches the intestines, a signal is received that bile is needed for its digestion. If you have stones in the gallbladder, do not rush to contact the surgeon. Some dietary precautions, as well as natural remedies, can help dissolve stones that cause severe pain, nausea, and other symptoms. Below is a list of juices that have a positive effect on gallstones. 1. Vegetable juice Mix beet juice, carrots and cucumbers. Such a vegetable drink is recommended to be taken twice a day for 2 weeks. 2. Drink with Epsom salt Epsom salt (or Epsom salt) allows gallstones to easily pass through the bile duct. Dilute one teaspoon of Epsom salts in room temperature water. It is recommended to take in the evening. 3. Herbal tea Natural extracts are a good solution in the treatment of gallbladder stones. St. John’s wort is a well-known plant, tea from which can be recommended in this situation. Drink a glass of tea several times throughout the day. To prepare St. John’s wort tea, brew 4-5 leaves in boiling water. 4. Lemon juice Lemon juice and citrus fruits stop the production of cholesterol in the liver. Add the juice of half a lemon to a glass of water, drink the drink twice or thrice a day. Alternatively, make Ayurvedic Lemon Juice. You will need: olive oil – 30 ml
fresh lemon juice – 30 ml
garlic paste – 5 g
Mix all ingredients together. Consume the resulting mixture on an empty stomach for 40 days.