Home Remedies for Gallstones

Gallstones are hardened deposits of digestive fluid that form in your gallbladder, an organ behind the liver on the right side of the abdomen.

Overweight, pregnancy, diabetes, lack of exercise, liver disease, a high-fat diet, and anemia can be some of the high-risk factors for gallstones. Those older than 60 are also more likely to develop gallstones. Here are some effective natural home remedies for gallstones.

 

1. Apple cider vinegar

Apple cider vinegar can help stop your liver from producing cholesterol, which is responsible for causing common types of gallstones. In other words, this acid plays an important role in relieving pain and dissolving gallstones.

How to apply:

Put 1 tablespoon of vinegar in half a glass of fresh apple juice.

Drink the mixture in the morning or whenever you have a gallstone symptom. This can significantly ease your gallstone pain within 10 to 15 minutes.

 

2. Lemon juice

This simple juice can help stop the liver from producing cholesterol. In addition, the pectin in fresh lemon juice will cure proven gallbladder pain.

How to apply:

Squeeze 3 lemons and put all the fresh lemon juice into half a glass of warm water.

Drink the mixture daily on an empty stomach.

 

3. Peppermint

Peppermint can help the digestive system stimulate digestive juices. Peppermint also contains a compound called terpenes, which can effectively dissolve gallstones. In addition, peppermint is believed to relax the spasms as well as relieve the acute gallbladder pain.

How to apply:

Boil 1 cup of water.

Add 1 teaspoon of peppermint leaves and boil for a few minutes.

Then strain, add 1 teaspoon of honey.

Drink the mixture twice a day for about 4 to 6 weeks.

 

4. Vegetable juice

Mixed vegetable and fruit juices that are made from cucumbers, carrots, and turnips are the best home remedies for gallstones.

Cucumber is high in water content, so cucumber juice is great for detoxifying gallbladder as well as liver. Beetroot can help in cleansing the liver and strengthening the gallbladder. Carrot is high in vitamin C and essential nutrients, making it good for immunity.

How to apply:

Extract 1 beetroot, 4 medium carrots, and 1 cucumber.

Drink the juice twice a day for 2 ​​weeks.

 

5. Psyllium

Psyllium is a great source of soluble fiber, so it is believed to be an effective remedy for gallstones. In addition, psyllium may help promote normal bowel movements that reduce the risk of gallbladder disease. Besides, psyllium can help prevent constipation associated with gallstone formation.

How to apply:

Put 1 tablespoon of psyllium powder into a glass of warm water and mix.

Drink the mixture twice a day until the gallstones are gone

Remember:

If you take psyllium, make sure you drink plenty of water because the psyllium powder absorbs water.