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How to Remove Gallstones Naturally

by Deliciously Organic on January 9, 2014

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A few years ago when I was struggling with severe symptoms of Hashimoto’s disease I also began having pain in my right flank area. After a few tests, my doctor concluded I had gallstones and advised me to have my gall bladder removed. At that time I was in so much physical pain from the chronic hives (a symptom of Hashimoto’s) that surgery sounded overwhelming, so I decided against it.

I had recently started working with my nutritionist to combat the thyroid disease, and I asked her if she had another solution. She did – a gallbladder and liver flush series. She said it would take 48 hours, but my gallbladder should flush itself after following her protocol.

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Before I tell you about the protocol and the results, let’s look at what gallstones are: “The gallbladder is a reservoir or holding tank of bile salts, which the body uses to emulsify and assist in the digestion fats. When we eat fat, bile is released into the digestive tract to break fat down into absorbable fatty acids. Bile salts are made of cholesterol. Gallstones are a sign that your body has ‘decided’ to increase its reservoir of cholesterol. Why would it do this? The obvious answer is that it has become ‘afraid’ that the supply of cholesterol is low, therefore it uses the strategy of storing extra for a ‘rainy day’.” Dr. Cowen

It’s important to remember that cholesterol is a very powerful antioxidant for the body. When I was diagnosed with gallstones, I was struggling with severe symptoms of Hashimoto’s disease, so it makes sense that my body needed all the cholesterol it could get to help fight the disease. Additionally, I probably wasn’t getting enough cholesterol in my diet, so my gallbladder “decided” to pack some away for later.

How to Remove Gallstones Naturally via DeliciouslyOrganic.net

Back to the protocol – Kim sent me a 48-hour cleanse involving eating different foods at different times during the day, drinking Epsom salts dissolved in water, drinking olive oil combined with fresh grapefruit juice and then finishing with colonics or coffee enemas. The worst part was the Epsom salts – they are salty … yuck! The result? I passed over 40 gallstones in one day! I was shocked. The pain in my right flank disappeared for good. Kim instructed me to repeat the cleanse every 4 weeks until I stopped passing gallstones. I did the protocol 4 more times until everything was clear.

Isn’t it amazing what the body can do with the right resources? For legal reasons, I can’t give you the exact protocol, but if you call or email Biodynamic Wellness and tell them I sent you, they can do a short consult with you and help walk you through the process. If you know someone who is struggling with gallstones, please pass this on to them. A 48-hour cleanse was a much better solution than surgery for me!

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Karen January 9, 2014 at 10:08 am

Wow, great advice! I have recently talked with a few people who are struggling with gallstones, I will definitely be forwarding your post. :o)

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Deliciously Organic January 9, 2014 at 3:23 pm

Thanks, Karen!

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Rachael {Simply Fresh Cooking} January 9, 2014 at 10:23 am

I’ll keep this in mind! Glad you’re doing well now and that you didn’t need to go through surgery – ahhh, the wonderful healing power of food!! I just lost 59 pounds in about 8 months and have been worried about gallbladder issues from that, but I do eat a fair amount of cholesterol and fats. :)

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Deliciously Organic January 9, 2014 at 3:22 pm

Congrats on your health loss! That’s incredible!

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Rachael {Simply Fresh Cooking} January 9, 2014 at 5:03 pm

Thanks, Carrie! A lot of it was from steroids, so it feels good to be back to normal weight-wise. ;)

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Erika January 9, 2014 at 10:37 am

wow!! That is amazing!

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Angelina-JoJo and Eloise January 9, 2014 at 10:47 am

Hi Carrie,
YES!!! It is truly amazing at what the body can do, it is SERIOUSLY thee most Amazing machine ever Created! My husbands co-worker just had his gallbladder taken out. Unfortunately it is to late to help him in this cause, but I did just email it to my husband to share with him. Maybe he will see the benefit in looking into other things. His co-worker is undergoing procedures for sleep apnea so this might help him to reconsider the choices he’s making.
Thank you again for ALL that you do!
xoxo

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Deliciously Organic January 9, 2014 at 3:23 pm

You’re welcome! I hope this post can help others avoid surgery and turn to more natural options. :)

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Ally January 9, 2014 at 10:57 am

Both of my sisters and I have Hashimoto’s and have had our gall bladders removed. I wish I had found this back then because removing one’s gall bladder comes with consequences.

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Laura January 9, 2014 at 11:38 am

I have gallstones and have refused to remove my gallbladder so this sounds very interesting to me. Could you tell me if it was very painful to pass the gallstones? I have heard they can get stuck in your bile ducts and that it is very painful. Thanks!

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Deliciously Organic January 9, 2014 at 3:22 pm

This protocol “lubes” everything up inside so they can pass easily. (I hope that makes sense. I don’t know how else to explain it!). :) I had some pretty bad cramps for about 30 minutes and was very nauseous the 2nd day of the cleanse because my liver was detoxing, but hey, I’ll take that over surgery! :)

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Amy P January 9, 2014 at 12:00 pm

Be VERY careful with your gallbladder. I tried to do it naturally. I drank the drinks and ate the food. It turns out that my gallbladder was so damaged that there was nothing I could do but have it removed. I found this out when a stone got caught and blocked the bile duct to my pancreas. I ended up in the hospital with pancreatitis and almost died from it. I was in the hospital for 7 days and it took almost 3 months to recover. For some people this may work but in general be very careful and make sure you are monitored by a capable physician if you are going to attempt to manage your gallstones naturally.

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Deliciously Organic January 9, 2014 at 3:25 pm

I’m sorry to hear of your health issues. I’m glad that you had good practitioners who were able to help you. I specifically didn’t give out the protocol for this because I find it imperative to be under the care of a licensed practitioner when doing a cleanse such as this. I was under the care of my nutritionist through the entire process and she took very good care of me. :)

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Natasha January 9, 2014 at 12:06 pm

My daughter has done this as well, worked excellent! No more gallbladder or liver pain ever again. No gallbladder removal and she released 100′s the first time! It’s yucky but surgery is so much worse along with a lifetime of aftermath with a missing organ. Two friends of ours didn’t know before either, and had them removed- to those who have had your gallbladder removed look into ‘ox bile’ as a supplement to help you digest. They both swear by it :) glad we found out too, thanks for sharing your experience.

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Deliciously Organic January 9, 2014 at 3:25 pm

Wow! It’s so great to hear that your daughter had the same positive results. Fantastic!

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Barbara January 9, 2014 at 2:06 pm

Wow! I wish I had known about that ten years ago. It used to be (and maybe still is) a problem medical professionals associated with obesity. Several people expressed surprise when I developed gallstones, because I was of normal weight. However, I was on the slim side because I had pretty much eliminated all good fats from my diet. That was back when I thought all fats were bad – and especially cholesterol! I found out later there was a connection between gall stones and a nearly fat-free diet, but I didn’t really know why until you explained it. Thank you. :)

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Betty Nettles January 9, 2014 at 2:32 pm

Hi, I can’t seem to access the gallbladder cleanse recipe. Would you please email it to me. Thank you. Love the site. I had hip replacement surgery coincide with menopause. Extreme stress/pain physically and emotionally for a couple of years. I have hypothyroid, I have gained so much weight in the belly. My doctor said my adrenals were so depleted they couldn’t even measure them. Prior to the surgery, I couldn’t keep weight on due to stress. Now I’m stressed because of the weight. I’m going to start with the cleanse, which I have done before, and realized I should have continued them because on the second cleanse they were much larger and lots of them. So I’ll start again. I keep hearing about coffee enemas but don’t have much info about them. Can you post something more about that? I signed up for your newsletter.

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Deliciously Organic January 9, 2014 at 3:20 pm

I’m sorry to hear of your health issues. I know first hand how frustrating thyroid and adrenal issues can be. Due to legal reasons I can’t give the protocol for the cleanse, but if you contact my nutritionist’s office, tell them I sent you, and they will set up a short consult with you and then prescribe the protocol. info@biodynamicwellness.com (I told them I was doing this post, so they know many will email or call in asking for the protocol). Here is my nutritionist’s protocol for coffee enemas. They are an excellent way to detoxify! Many people think they are a bit “voodoo” but I can attest first hand that they are an incredible tool to detox the liver. And, as long as you have a good book to read, they’re really no big deal.) :) http://www.biodynamicwellness.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/04/Coffee-Enema-History-Instructions.pdf

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Tim January 9, 2014 at 3:13 pm

Great summary, Carrie! I have used this protocol many times personally and with clients at Life Fitness Academy. Thanks for posting and hopefully it helps many others!

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Deliciously Organic January 9, 2014 at 3:20 pm

Great to know! It’s so great that we can solve health issues with a simple protocol such as this! :)

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robin January 9, 2014 at 4:11 pm

My niece who is a junior in college just passed Kidney stones and her doctor of course prescribed meds to take after to help them from coming back.
Do you know if there are cleanses for kidney stones as well?
thanks….

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Deliciously Organic January 13, 2014 at 6:49 am

I don’t think this works for kidney stones, but I would contact http://www.Biodynamicwellness.com and ask them if they have a protocol. I’m sure they do! :)

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Amanda January 11, 2014 at 7:43 pm

I have hoshimoto’s and just got out of the ER for an umbilical hernia and the cat scan shows I also have gall stones. I have a surgery consult on Monday and they are supposed to do both at once. Now I am thinking I shouldn’t have my gall bladder removed. I have to have the hernia repaired because it is causing me so much pain but I only have 2 gall stones. I was just talking to my fiance about going all organic which is how I came across your site. I’m so glad I did! Thank you for sharing this.

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Deliciously Organic January 13, 2014 at 6:49 am

I’m sorry to hear of your health issues. I would definitely call my nutritionist’s office and ask them for a consult (www.biodynamicwellness.com). Saving your gallbladder could save you from other health issues in the future. And, if it helps to know, most allopathic doctors will look at you strange if you talk about alternative methods. The last medical doctor I saw told me to enjoy “drinking the Voodoo water”. They clearly think I’m crazy, but they can’t really argue when they see my lab work. :) So, don’t get discouraged if they aren’t supportive of you looking into other options.

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Susie P January 19, 2014 at 5:49 pm

My husband recently did a similar 48 hour cleanse that involved magnesium supplements, olive oil, fresh squeezed lemon juice and grapefruit prescribed by our chiropractor. It worked! Our local surgeon would never, ever believe that there’s a way to get rid of gallstones without surgery…there is so much the medical world does not know!! I’m an RN who works in a hospital, yet I use only natural medicine for my family…I’ve seen enough to know which works better in the long run! (And I believe surgery & removing organs should only be a last resort…those organs have a purpose!)

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Deliciously Organic January 21, 2014 at 5:58 am

Thank you for sharing. I’m so glad your husband was able to remove the gallstones without surgery! And I agree, surgery should always be a last resort!

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Barbara March 1, 2014 at 1:01 pm

I will try this. My Dr. says my GB is, “…full of stones, and needs to be removed.”

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Barbara March 3, 2014 at 11:30 am

Thank you for providing this information about your experience, Karen. However, you should ADD THAT THE INFORMATION……THAT THERE IS A $30 FOR 15 MINUTES CHARGE!!!!

So mentioning your name is, as I was just told only a DISCOUNT!!! off of their regular over the phone charge.

People should be aware of that.

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Deliciously Organic June 17, 2014 at 9:17 am

I’m sure most practitioners would like to give consults for free, but then they wouldn’t be able to make a living. Yes, there is a charge if one decides to call in for a professional consult. I can say their information is invaluable and if a $30 charge helps one avoid surgery and lifelong meds, then that’s worth it in my opinion.

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Jeri May 9, 2014 at 4:41 pm

you mentioned that when you started the cleansing you were dealing with hoshimotos disease, are you aware of any beneficial ways that i cant treat this rather than taking synthroid everyday, there must be some natural remedies

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Deliciously Organic May 12, 2014 at 8:10 am

I’m sorry to hear of your health issues, and yes, there are so many things you can do to heal from the disease (synthroid will only help with symptoms and TSH levels and Hashimoto’s is so much more complex than TSH). I can’t give specific advice since I’m not a licensed practitioner, but I can say I ate a diet void of all processed foods, low in sugar, rich in animal fats, void of all grains, pastured meats, pastured eggs, raw/organic dairy, lots of organic vegetables, some nuts and seeds, and fermented foods. I also did several detox therapies and took whole food supplements as prescribed from my nutritionist. I have a cookbook coming out this fall where I will tell the entire story, and share over 125 of my favorite grain-free, nutrient-dense recipes. http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0062308157ie=UTF8&creativeASIN=0062308157&tag=deliciorgani-20

Also, for info on how to reverse thyroid disease – you’re in luck! The Thyroid Sessions is available this week and will give you all sorts of info on how to reverse the disease. I highly recommend it! http://bit.ly/1mIE6PX

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Rajendra July 1, 2014 at 11:22 pm

Hi,
My wife is suffering from Gall Stone, and it’s 30mm. Doctor suggested to remove gallbladder by surgery. But my wife is not prepare for surgery, as she had recently(before 3 months) cesarean delivery for baby. So please suggest me what I need to do. Or Is this therapy useful in this condition?
Waiting for your replay.

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Deliciously Organic July 2, 2014 at 12:25 pm

I’m not a licensed practitioner, so I can’t give specific advice. I recommend calling my nutritionist’s office for a consult – http://www.biodynamicwellness.com

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Pam Field July 7, 2014 at 2:52 am

Hi,I have done the liver flush as described,I did it in July 2013.Since my stool is tan and I have a very bloated tummy and water retention in my ankles.My body isnt digesting fats because of this blockage.What would you advise?

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