Hi, this is from a person who is suffering from inflamed gallbladder and doctors urgently told her that the gallbladder should be removed and that she has to do that very quickly.
I personally cannot give you advice, medical advice, to remove the gallbladder or keep it, either way, there are things that have worked for many people including myself. I suffered from chronic gallbladder inflammation and so I can only speak for myself here, and for those who did the liver and gallbladder flushes to rescue or save their gallbladder, and it worked. It definitely worked for me, I suffered from over 40 gallstone attacks before I did my first liver flush and I never had a gallstone attack again. And my gallbladder was packed full, the walls were enlarged, that means inflamed. So I did the liver and gallbladder flush even though I did have pain in that area and chronic inflammation.
Typically, I recommend that one doesn’t do a liver and gallbladder flush when there is inflammation, but again, it worked for me, and it might work for you, or it might not. So I cannot really tell you whether it will or it won’t.
However, you asked a question also whether taking Epsom salts might be of value here, and once again I have seen many people who suffered from gallstone attacks, by taking a glass of Epsom salts, that is a tablespoon of Epsom salts in a glass of water on an empty stomach has greatly alleviated the pain and there was a study actually that has shown that, a couple of years ago that, in fact, Epsom salts have been proven to do this, and they found that people with… who suffered from an obstruction in the common bile duct or the gallbladder, that they relieved that obstruction painlessly and were able to recover from it and it’s very, very effective. Magnesium sulphate should definitely be used and that has been recommended by the researchers in that study to relax and dilate the bile ducts, so that any obstructions inside them can easily move on, and that will allow you to reduce the inflammation in the gallbladder as well, and allow you then to resume or start with a series of liver flushes to clear out any stones, in the liver particularly, and also in the gallbladder.
And this would be my preferred approach, at the same time, make sure during this transitional period to follow the diet that I recommend in my book “The Amazing Liver And Gallbladder Flush” or “Timeless Secrets Of Health And Rejuvenation” so that you don’t incur another gallstone attack. Eggs, cheese, milk, fish – these are foods you definitely should avoid or any fried foods or deep fried foods, very fatty foods should be avoided during this time so that you will recover from this swiftly and effectively.
Hope this will help you and you can forget about having such an important organ removed which otherwise you… when it’s removed can give you a lot of problems. You can find out a lot of people who unfortunately have their gallbladder removed, complaining about numerous problems or having the same problems as they had before that never go away even after their gallbladder has been removed, and doctors told them this will solve all their problems.
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