Gall Bladder Flush
Just before going to bed at the close of the fast, drink 1/2 cup of olive oil and 1/2 cup of lemon (or
grapefruit) juice. Mix these together thoroughly like you would shake up a salad dressing. The lemon
juice cuts the olive oil and makes it more palatable. It sounds and smells worse than it tastes. Next, lie on
your right side for a half hour before going to sleep. In the morning, if you don't have a bowel movement,
take an enema. This procedure may need to be repeated 2 days in a row.
Generally, you will pass some dark black or green objects that look like shriveled peas the day after
drinking the olive oil and lemon juice. These objects are not gallstones. Gallstones that can be passed are
much smaller than this, generally less than 2 millimeters in diameter. Chemical analysis of these objects
shows they are composed of soap, and are created by the bile interacting with the oil.
There are a number of versions of this procedure, but they all rely on olive oil. This is because olive
oil acts as a solvent of cholesterol, the chief constituent of gall stones. One variation that seems to work
particularly well is to take a dose of Epsom salt about two or three hours prior to taking the olive oil and
lemon juice. Follow the directions on the box of Epsom salts as per the dosage.
Certain herbs may also enhance the procedure. Herbs called cholagogues increase the flow of bile and
help to dissolve stones slowly over a period of weeks and months. Herbs that have this property include
dandelion root, barberry bark, yellow dock root, fringetree bark and celandine. Any of these can be taken
before attempting the gallbladder flush to increase its effectiveness, or afterwards to continue improving
gallbladder function. Gall Bladder Formula is a mild cholagogue and antispasmodic and can be taken
during the juice fast, or for several months to help the gallbladder. Take 2 capsules 3 times daily.
There is a small chance that a very large stone could become lodged in the bile ducts, which would
require that surgery be performed to remove the gallbladder. However, we are not aware of a single case
of this having happened, and know that thousands of people have used this procedure. Since this
procedure is typically done as an alternative to surgery, we believe it is well worth trying, as a person can
go ahead with the surgery if the procedure fails to relieve the problem.
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