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EXPERIENCE: ATTACK ! ..HELP! Gallstones Attack! Pain ... What can I do?


Question:

>HELP! Gallstones Attack! What can I do?
I am having Gallstones attack after eating! What can I do to relieve pain?



Answer:


Take 1 tbsp of Epsom Salts with 1 cup of freshly presed grapefruit juice!


Enema - enema is universal pain remedy. For any pain linked to GI tract.

Try coffee enema
Try enema with pure water
Try enema with 1 tbsp of Epsom Salts dissolved in enema water
You can also try herbal tincture in enema water (antiinflammatory herbs, antispasmodic herbs, cholagogue herbs, liver tonic herbs, ...)


Here are many other ways to stop an attack:

- Strong foot massage - reflexotherapy!
- worming up gallbladder area
- Acupressure
- Castor Oil Pack
- One more Cup of freshly pressed grapefruit juice with 1 tbsp of epsom salt
- Lobelia herb
- Shiatsu or Yumeiho therapy
- Walking or running or jumping
- Weight lifting
- Sauna
- Homeopatic remedies
- Acupuncture

- antispasmodic herbs
- antispasmodic medicine





Here is a long list of some antispasmodic herbs


Artemisia absinthium - Wormwood
Medicinal Uses (leaves & flowers)
Anthelmintic; Antiseptic; Antispasmodic; Carminative; Cholagogue; Emmenagogue; Febrifuge; Homeopathy; Hypnotic; Stimulant; Stomachic; Tonic; Vermifuge.


Black walnut (Juglans nigra)
Medicinal Uses (sap, nut, green hul)
Alterative; Anodyne; Antiinflammatory; Astringent; Blood purifier; Blood tonic; Detergent; Emetic; Laxative; Pectoral; Vermifuge.



Black Cohosh
Part Used: Root

Aids in regulating menses, hormonal balancer, reduces discomfort in menstrual and ovarian cramping; antispasmodic; used by those with muscular rheumatism and Rheumatoid Arthritis .


Cascara Sagrada
Part Used: Bark
Laxative, chronic constipation, liver complaints, hemorrhoids; antispasmodic.



Evening Primrose
Parts Used: Flowers and seeds
Antispasmodic, contains G.L.A, used in those with Multiple Sclerosis; used in weight loss, hormone balancing, menopause and PMS.



Garlic
Part Used: Bulb
Acts as a stimulant, diaphoretic, expectorant, antiviral, antibacterial antispasmodic, nervine, carminative, vulnery; quickens circulation, helps to expel intestinal worms, used for high blood pressure & blood cholesterol; immune support for respiratory system, helps for colds, flu, and coughs, source of natural germanium.



Lobelia
Part Used: Leaves
Antispasmodic, antiasthmatic, diaphoretic, expectorant, sedative, used for asthma, whooping cough, bruises, ulcers, inflammations, sprains, ringworm and swelling. In large doses is a purgative and is potentially toxic.


Motherwort
Part Used: Herb
Antispasmodic, sedative for anxiety; Emmenagogue, heart tonic, dissolves fibrin.


Nettle
Part used: Leaf
Blood purifier, laxative, diuretic; used to increase liver and kidney function; antispasmodic and expectorant.



Red Clover
Part Used: Blossoms
Has diuretic, expectorant, antispasmodic and strogenic properties, used for bronchial congestion, to relax nerves, externally.


Rhubarb
Part Used: Root
Antispasmodic, appetite stimulant, astringent, tonic, bitter, laxative diarrhea.



Valerian
Part Used: Root
Used as a nervine, antispasmodic and stomachic; sedative, mild tranquilizer, used for insomnia. Avoid Overuse.


White Willow
Part Used: Bark
Original natural source of “Aspirin” before synthesized as a drug; pain reliever, fever reducer, antacid; antispasmodic, antiseptic, astringent, tonic and febrifuge.



Wild Yam
Part Used: Root
Has compounds similar in chemical structure to steroids; anti-inflammatory, hepatic, colic, congestion; antispasmodic, abdominal and intestinal irritation, dysmenorrhea, ovarian pain, uterine tonic.





 

 
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