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Gallbladder Issues ( attacks, gallstones, liver/bile issues, liver detox issues)

A huge issue with mold illness is that it can make your liver toxic.  The liver produces bile and if it is not funcitioning well it can be sluggish therefore creating thicker bile and then sludge in the gallbladder leading to gallstones.

This is a serious issue and should be dealt with first before going through any kind of detox.

2 things I highly recommend are diet and taking daily "bitters"

  1. DIET: Here is a site I absolutely love on how to take care of your gallbladder, gallstones and preventing the removal of your gallbladder. http://www.gallbladderattack.com

    She also has a FREE 30 day menu plan for gallstones and gallbladder attacks
      http://news.gallbladderattack.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/05/GALLBLADDER30DAYMENUPLAN.pdf 

    I highly suggest you sign up for her newsletter as I find it very very helpful every single week in maintaining the health of my liver and gallbladder.  Being Exposed to mold...it is crucial for me.
     
  2. BITTERS:

    There are herbal teas made from bitter herbs that help with gallbladder problems: “bitters”–bitters are herbal extracts rich in their mineral value.   They have been used for centuries as a tonic for stimulating the liver to produce bile.  Many Ancient and even modern Asian cultures have reverenced bitters both for their digestive benefit but also for their cleansing properties which promote increased strength and healing.  Just a tiny amount of bitters in water in the morning and at night is plenty sufficient to stimulate your liver to produce the correct amount of bile that it should be producing.

    Bitter herbs are used often for their taste.  The more bitter, the stronger the digestive action they create; when you first taste bitters they induce a flow of juices in your mouth which stimulates the beginning of the digestive process.  They also increase the bile flow from the liver and increase the flow of pancreatic enzymes, which help balance the blood sugar and breakdown proteins.

    Here are a list of bitters

  • Artichoke Leaf
  • Dandelion Root
  • Oregon Grape Root
  • Wormwood


BUY ARTICHOKE ORGANIC TEA HERE



BUY ORGANIC DANDELION ROOT TEA HERE



BUY ORGANIC OREGON GRAPE ROOT HERE



BUY "ORGANIC BULK HERB" WORMWOOD HERE

 

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