I finally ordered GCG from Sensiblehealth.com and all I can say is WOW. I've taken it four days and the pressure in my gallbladder has already lessened. Today I ate a no-no for lunch, expecting to pay for it with increased pressure, but it didn't happen!
I'm planning on completing both bottles before doing another flush (done 4 already) so I can hopefully get the calcified stones out.
Has anyone else tried GCG and had these same remarkable results so quickly? I'm quite amazed.
I want to try it, but can't find a supplier here in the UK. Does it break down calcified stones rather than soft cholesterol ones (presumably cholesterol stones don't need breaking down?)? I've done 3 flushes so far, passing lots of soft stones but with no noticable physical benefits, although I will continue to do them. I haven't noticed any calcified ones. Do we all have them too?
I couldn't find it locally either, so ordered it from Canada. It arrived quickly (and they emailed me when it was shipped out). I didn't try to find it in capsule form (would probably be under the botanical name of Herba Lysimachiae) since it appears the tincture form works better.
There are several types of Gallstones and not everyone has the calcified ones. I had an ultrasound so I know I have calcified ones that aren't coming out with the flushes. The GCG should break them down so I can flush them out. The fact that the pressure is already better makes me think it really will work.
You might want to contact Julia Chang (the owner) and find out if they ship to UK.
have you found the gold coin grass locally. I know its 17 month late but recently my daughter was found to have gallstone (1CM) and she did the flush. Bits and pieces of debris and sludges were purged. Whats left now its that 1 cm stone that needed to crush. While waiting for the GCG tinctures to arrive, I have my daughter prep herself with GCG found locally. Since it is not tincture (alcohol based) she brewed the herb as tea. At least it stop the pressure. Any local chinese medicine shop should carry this herb. Tell them you wanted "kum cheen choe" in Cantonese.
They will understand. One pound costs me US$8.00. ^You only need about 5 oz to brew a pretty strong tea. liz
Hi folks. I had a gallbladdder "attack" this morning and went to the ER. Before I entered, the pain subsided, so I came home..got on the internet..and found you! :) I'm researching before I start so I had some questions:
- some instructions mention using apple cider rather than the GCG. Has anyone tried this?
- are there any side effects to GCG? I have high blood pressure..don't want any interactions with meds.
- Is this something that has to be done periodically as a maintenance program? I don't see anyone mentioning "completion".
Let me just say I was not formally diagnosed, but the symptoms have been building for awhile including pain in the right shoulder blade/back, pressure in the GB area and occassional diahrrea. I'm in the medical field (with no medical insurance!!)so I'm familiar with this condition and I want to try this route. I could also use tips on how to eat!! I guess I have to get away from Burger King. LOL
Lidan Paishi Tablets "Benefit Gallbladder Discharge Stone Tablet"
It promotes healthy function of the liver, gall bladder, and bile ducts. Removes damp-heat, invigorates qi at the center, benefits liver and gallbladder, kills worms. This is an efficacious formula for the disintegration and removal of gallstones. Use to reduce inflammation in both the gallbladder and liver, or to promote bile secretion. Also used for ascariasis (roundworm) in the bilary ducts.
Bottles of 120 tablets. Directions: For adults, take 4-10 tablets in the morning and in the evening. Decrease this amount for children or if you are debilitated. Take for 10-15 days. Decrease the number of tablets taken if you exceed 3 bowel movements in one day.
Caution: Do not use if you are pregnant. Consult a medical doctor if you have an acute onset of pain and have poor liver function, or are debilitated.
I use gold coin grass ( I'm doing it right now) and I find it works great. I've used three bottles over the last two years and just started a fourth last week. I also use her chinese bitters and when I finally get all the Gallstones out I plan on making it a regular part of my regime. Have you tried the coptis? Yuk. Anyone who uses that won't complain about the taste of the oo & grapefruit or the Epsom Salts .
I haven't tried coptis yet. The GCG isn't exactly tasty so I can't imagine the coptis. Does it help? Maybe I'll try it after I finish the GCG. I can't get over how quickly the GCG has relieved the pressure in my gallbladder.
Did you find the GCG helpful in breaking up stones? I'm hoping I can get my calcified stone out after two bottles, but it's worth getting rid of the pressure feeling even if it doesn't dissolve/break the stones enough.
Coptis increases function in the spleen.It's all tied to the gallblader. I love the GCG because as you say it seems to relieve the pressure. I am using it now to try to loosen up more stones.I think I still have a big stone that I would like to get out, but I don't know if it's calcified.I don't think it will hurt anyway. The prodct I use the most is her bitters. I use them on a regular basis.
I read your message and I wanted to know if this Gold Coin Grass tincture really works?? I bought it a few months ago, but haven't attempted to take it. I'm kind of scared of trying it. I was recently told that I have gallstones. But, the surgeon said it wasn't that bad that I had to have surgery. At least not now. Is it safe to take it? Please let me know.... Thanks!