Gallbladder Attack Remedies – Pass Your Gallstones and the Pain


If you are suffering from a gallbladder attack, you do not need to get your gallbladder removed to treat this painful disease. Have you considered gallbladder attack remedies that work to help you dissolve and flush the stones?

About a half of million people in America will get their gallbladder removed this year because of the pain associated with this disease. And yet only a few tens of thousands will pass their gallstones using alternative treatments.

In this article, you will learn some simple gallbladder attack remedies that have worked for hundreds of my customers.

Are you having a Gallbladder Attack?

Knowing where to locate your pain is important. If you have recurring bouts of pain just below the rib cage on the right hand side or mid center below the rib cage, this is more likely gallbladder related.

The gallbladder sits on the right side behind the liver. Mid-center and behind the right shoulder blade are the two areas the pain will usually reach. The pain is most likely caused by a swollen gallbladder. The gallbladder is most likely full of stones, sludge or bile that cannot be flushed. It is important to always see a physician to be diagnosed properly. If you have a fever, you should immediately see a physician.

Other symptoms that usually accompany a gallbladder attack are nausea, vomiting, dizziness, cold sweats, chills, and/or fever. Burping and loud belching may also be associated with the disease.

Simple Gallbladder Attack Remedies that Work

The body is made up of many systems which work together to make a healthy you. The gallbladder is one of those systems which need to be supported with a healthy lifestyle. Here are a few remedies you may wish to try to remedy your gallbladder attack and flush your stones.

1. Some of our customers recommend juice therapy! Juice therapy is becoming more and more popular with the growing interest in natural health. One juice therapies you may wish to try is to juice some beetroot with beet greens and carrots. You should take a few sips every 15 minutes. The high fiber concoction will help begin the flushing process of the gallstones.

2. Tea therapy has also become more and more popular. You can make a tea by boiling 1 tablespoon of flaxseed in 2.5 cups of water for 5 minutes. Steep for 10 minutes and strain. Drink up!

3. Safflower seed oil is thought to stimulate the gallbladder too! When combined with essential fatty acids (found in flaxseed oil and fish such as salmon and tuna), safflower seed oil is very efficient at eliminating toxic build up (gallstones or sludge) in the gallbladder. Supplementing using 2 teaspoons twice a day is recommended.