Home Remedies for Gallstones

Gallstone Blockage

What are the Remedies for gallstones? Small rock-like particles that form in your gallbladder are called gallstones. Gallstones are composed of a mix of particles that have formed solid clusters of cholesterol or bile. These stones grow as part of the process when bile from the liver passes through your gallbladder. Most of the time they are minuscule and pass through the intestines and out of our bodies and we never know they existed.  Gallstones become a problem when they become trapped in a narrow outlet from the gallbladder or somewhere in the intestines.  This results in pain.  It can also cause a buildup of bile, infection or pancreatitis.

So why is this important?  Your gallbladder is a small organ located beneath your liver. Its function is to collect and store bile that has been made by your liver. Bile is a part of your digestive processes.  It is thick, greenish-yellow and bitter in liquid form.  Bile salts, electrolytes, cholesterol, bilirubin, and other fats are found naturally in the vicious form of bile.

Gall bladder surgery is quite effective. Your gallbladder is considered to be a non-essential organ like the appendix. In some patients, diarrhea and abdominal pain are after-effects. These symptoms diminish in time with healing, dietary adaptations and sometimes medication.

List of Remedies for Gallstones:

Apple  Cider and Vinegar:

Take a glass of apple juice and add one tbsp of vinegar to it. Mix them well and drink this once a day.

Apple Cider and Vinegar

Pear Juice and Honey:

Take half a glass of hot water; add half a glass of pear juice and two tablespoons of honey to it. Mix them well and drink this 2 to 3 times a day.

Pear Juice and Honey


Take a cup of hot water and add one teaspoon of dandelion leaves (dried). Steep for five minutes, strain the water and drink this twice a day. You can even add some honey for taste. If you are suffering from any diabetes do not use this remedy.

Dandelion Leaves Tea

Mint Tea:

Take a cup of hot water and add one teaspoon of mint leaves (dried). Steep for five minutes, strain the water and drink 2 to 3 times a day.

Mint Tea

Psyllium powder:

Take a glass of water and add one teaspoon of Psyllium powder. Mix them well and drink every night before you sleep.

Psyllium Powder

Olive Oil, Lemon, and Garlic:

Take 2 tablespoons of olive oil and lemon juice; add five grams of Garlic paste to it. Mix them well and consume daily morning before breakfast. Repeat this remedy at least for a month.

Olive Oil Lemon and Garlic

Milk Thistle:

Take one tsp of crushed milk thistle seeds and leaves. Put it in a muslin cloth or bag and place the bag in a cup of hot water. Steep this for five minutes and then add half a tsp of honey to it. Mix them well and drink this tea to treat Gallstones.

Milk Thistle

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