Aromatherapy Treatment for Gall-Bladder Problems
Not really a first choice discipline, but warm compresses over the right side of the abdomen using diluted oils of Lvender, Mrjoramor Rosemary may relieve spasm and colic.
Herbalism Treatment for Gall-Bladder Problems
Start with the gentlest herbs. if gall stones are definitely present, a scan is needed to establish their size before any treatment is prescribed; Chamomile( Chamomilla recutita) tea is both anti- inflammatory and anti spasm of and gently stimulates the whole digestive process. Dandelion Root (Taraxacum officinale) is excellent mild liver tonic mild liver tonics ideally make a decoction and take a small cupful twice a day. Look also at the herbs listed for Colic and for Flatulence they are.
Although dandelion leaves can be made into a tea a stronger medicine can be made from the roots by making a decoction. Rosemary (Rosmarinus officnalis) likely in most cases to aid digestion and relive congestion in the liver and gall- bladder.
Homeopathy Treatment for Gall-Bladder Problems
As a short term measure tries a few doses of either of these before consulting a qualified practitioner: Bryonia: where food lies heavily in the stomach there may be nausea biliousness and headache Nuxvomica: for feelings of nausea in the morning if brought on by rich meals.
Naturopathy Treatment for Gall-Bladder Problems
Disturbances in the gall-bladder with or without gallstones, will affect well fats are digested, so the first so the first step is to restrict animal and dairy produce while increasing vegetables and fruit. To encourage bile production and flow eat vegetables such as artichokes and bitter salads such a endive and chicory as well as taking plrnty of garlic and fruit to reduce cholesterol (lemon juice is powerful in this respect). Use smaller amounts of light oils such as Olive Sunflower and Safflower in dressings.