“Hello, I found this in the book “”Back to Eden”” by Jethro Kloss. This is what he said about Gallstones:
Symptoms: In advanced cases there is pain the region of the liver, which is located under the right lower ribs. The pain may extend to the right shoulder blade and violent pains may occur in the abdomen. Ther is often jaundice because of obstruction of the bile duct. There may be chills, fever, nausea, or vomiting. These symptoms are not always present, but they are brought on many times by dietary indiscretion.
“”Heavy eaters who live on a high calorie, high fat diet are much more apt to develop gallstones. They are more commonly found in middle-aged females, especially those who are overweight.
People with gallstones should be on a low-fat diet, and should not eat greasy or fried foods, such as mayonnaise, eggs, highly seasoned foods, cheese, salad dressing, pork products, rich pastries, and high protein foods, such as red meats. There are certain foods that some people tolerate very poorly, and when this is found to be the case, these foods should be omitted from the diet. Examples of such foods: beans, onions, cucumbers, cabbage, turnips, radishes, sauerkraut, and spicy foods.
There may be associated constipation and liver trouble. If the liver is overloaded, it will not be able to perform its work of eliminating the poisonous waste matter that comes to it. A fruit diet for a week or two is a wonderful medicine for the liver. Laxative herbs will help move the bowels. One that helps move the bowel three times a day is recommended.
Even if you had your gallbladder removed, you can still develop gallstones, since they gallstones frequently form in the bile ducts; either in the small bile ducts within the liver or the large bile duct that leads from the liver to the small intestine.
Medicinally, lenons act as an antiseptic, an agent that will prevent infection or putrefaction. They are also antiscorbutic, which means a substance that will prevent scurvy. Lemon is a wonderful stimulant to the liver and is also a solvent for uric acid and other poisons. It liquifies the bile and is very good in cases of rheumatism, and gout. Those who have a tendency to bleed or have uterine hemorrages. We find that the lemon contains certain elements that help to build a healthy system and then to keep that system healty. A teaspoon of lemon juicein one half glass of water will relieve heartburn.The question may be asked: How can one with an inflamed or ulcerated stomach partake of lemon juice? Would not a strong acid like that of the lemon act as an ierritant? That wouild depend on how it was taken. If in quantity, yes but if taken very weak at first, diluted with water, it will eventually cease to burn. The sufferer afflicted with an ulcerated stomach has to use great perseverance to effect relief. The gastric juice in the stomach in four times as strong as lemon juice.””
Drink the recommended amount of water- 8 glasses a day, to help the bile smooth and moving.
If you can, go to a Nutritionist, or Homeopathic practioner. They will help you with the right laxatives to help clean the liver and colon. I this helps