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1)Dr. David Williams How to Perform a  Gallbladder Flush

Clean out your gallbladder for optimal function

To ensure a free flow of bile, both into and out of the gallbladder, you should clean this organ out with a gallbladder flush. It’s simple to perform, but if you have a history of gallstones or other gallbladder issues, I suggest you check with your doctor first to rule out the possibility that you have any large calcified gallstones that might not be able to pass through the bile duct during the flush. And, obviously, you don’t need to perform the flush if you’ve had your gallbladder removed.

The gallbladder flush requires one week, beginning on a Monday and ending on a Sunday. Before you begin you’ll need to purchase:

  • Plenty of apple juice or cider (not concentrate, but the real thing, without added sugars)
  • Standard Process Disodium Phosphate Capsules (you can purchase these online)
  • Citrus fruits for fresh-squeezed juice (you can substitute canned or bottled citrus fruit if you prefer) and to eat whole
  • Unrefined olive oil, which is available at most health food stores
  • Lemon juice

Then, starting on Monday morning, follow these instructions:

  1. Monday morning through noon on Saturday, drink as much apple juice or apple cider as your appetite will permit, in addition to your regular meals.
  2. At noon on Saturday, eat a normal lunch.
  3. Three hours later (at 3 p.m.), take 1 serving (3 capsules) of disodium phosphate with 8 ounces of water.
  4. Two hours later (at 5 p.m.), repeat step 3.
  5. Limit your evening meal to grapefruit or grapefruit juice, or other citrus fruits or juices.
  6. At bedtime, take either:

    ½ cup of unrefined olive oil followed by a small glass of grapefruit juice, or½ cup of warm, unrefined olive oil blended with ½ cup of lemon juice.

  7. Go immediately to bed. For the first 30 minutes, lie on your right side with your right knee pulled up close to your chest.
  8. The next morning, one hour before breakfast, take 1 serving (3 capsules) of disodium phosphate with 8 ounces of water.
  9. Continue with your normal diet and activities.

What You Can Expect During the Gallbladder Flush

Some people feel slightly nauseated while they’re drinking the olive oil and citrus juice mixture. If you do, don’t fret. The feeling will disappear soon enough.

You may also feel some discomfort in the area of your gallbladder—what’s known as the upper right quadrant, on the right side of your abdomen just below the rib cage. This is actually a good sign because it indicates your gallbladder is being stimulated. This feeling will also pass with time.

On Sunday, you’ll likely feel the urge to defecate and may notice a change in the nature of your bowel movement. This is natural and is a result of the increased amount of bile released after the gallbladder flush.

Some people report the presence of what look like dark green peas or even marbles in their stool. This is softened material from the gallbladder that has not yet become calcified. Again, it’s not cause for alarm, and indicates that the gallbladder cleansing has been effective.

2)John Douillard How To Perform a Safe Liver & Gallbladder Bile Flush

Liver detox and gallbladder flushes have become very popular in recent years, and for good reason! Using olive oil to successfully flush the gallbladder first appeared in the British Medical Journal in 1882 and 1885, and was likely used much earlier as a folk remedy. (9,10) For millennia, Ayurveda implicated that ghee taken along with lemon juice was a successful protocol to detoxify the body and reset liver and gallbladder function. (11)

Today, one-quarter of women over 60 worldwide will develop gallstones (1), and cholecystectomy (removal of the gallbladder) is the #1 most common elective abdominal surgery in America today with over 750,000 per year. (2) Gallbladder disease has increased by 20 percent in the last 3 decades, costing America $6.2 billion a year in collective medical bills. (2)

I have been administering this liver and gallbladder flush in my practice for more than 30 years with great success. Until now, I have never publicly published this cleanse. I have always felt that, while it is a very effective protocol, it is not meant for anyone anytime.

To ensure the best results and avoid any potential side effects, there are a series of preparatory steps that I feel everyone should take before proceeding with the flush.

In this FREE eBook, I will guide you through the steps to prepare you for a safe and effective Liver and Gallbladder Bile Flush.

The Five Steps for a Safe Liver & Gallbladder Bile Flush

  1. Avoid processed, packaged foods. Eat organic. Avoid food pesticides.
  2. Restore liver function and decongest gallbladder and bile/pancreatic ducts.
  3. Take the “Tummy Tenderness Test.”
  4. Successfully and comfortably finish a 4-Day Ayurvedic cleanse.
  5. Perform the Liver & Gallbladder Bile Flush after successfully completing steps 1-4.

Take the Liver & Gallbladder Symptom Test

If you answer “yes” to one or more of the questions below, your liver and/or gallbladder may need support:

  • Do you ever get nauseous after a meal?
  • Do you ever feel heavy after a high-fat meal?
  • Do you ever get occasional heartburn after a meal?
  • Do you have trouble digesting wheat, dairy, soy, grains, beans, corn, nuts or seeds?
  • Do you ever have sluggish, green, or greasy stools?
  • Do you gas or bloat after a meal or feel tight or tender under the rib cage?
  • Do you have a history of any gallbladder problems?
  • Do you feel better with digestive enzymes?
  • Do you feel a pain or ache under the right side of the rib cage?
  • Do you have a history of constipation, loose or mucus in the stools?
  • Do you belch frequently after a meal?

Common Symptoms Related to Gallbladder Concerns:

If you have recently experienced one or more of the symptoms below, your liver and/or gallbladder may need support:

  • Gas and bloating
  • Mild indigestion
  • Food intolerance
  • Occasional heartburn
  • Occasional constipation
  • Looser stools
  • Gray stools
  • Yellow stools
  • Mild headaches
  • Blood sugar concerns
  • Nausea
  • Mild stomach discomfort
  • Mild abdominal discomfort

The Causes of a Congested Liver and Gallbladder

There are many reasons for the signs of liver/gallbladder congestion:

  1. Most commonly in our society, excessive stress literally turns off the digestive-provoking parasympathetic nervous system and exhausts the emergency and degenerative sympathetic nervous system. (5)
  1. A history of sluggish bowel function will allow toxins to be re-absorbed through the enteric cycle back to the liver, affecting bile production and flow. (6)
  1. Pesticides on our foods and environmental toxins kill intestinal microbes that manufacture the digestive enzymes we need. (7,8)
  1. However, the major and insidious cause of liver and gallbladder congestion is the diet of processed and refined foods that many have been consuming for the past 6 decades.

3)Michael F. Picco, M.D. Gallbladder cleanse: A ‘natural’ remedy for gallstones?

A gallbladder cleanse — also called a gallbladder flush or a liver flush — is an alternative remedy for ridding the body of gallstones. However, no scientific evidence suggests that a gallbladder cleanse helps prevent or treat gallstones or any other disease.

In most cases, a gallbladder cleanse involves eating or drinking a combination of olive oil, herbs and some type of fruit juice over the course of two or more days — during which you may be advised to eat nothing else. There’s no standard formula for gallbladder cleansing regimens and products. Different practitioners follow their own recipes.

Proponents of gallbladder cleansing claim that the treatment helps break up gallstones and stimulates the gallbladder to release them in stool. The large, repeated doses of olive oil in gallbladder cleanse preparations do have a laxative effect. And people who have taken a gallbladder cleanse report finding lumps that look like gallstones in their stool just after the procedure. When analyzed, though, these lumps turn out to be composed of oil, juice and other materials.

Gallbladder cleansing is not without risk. Some people have nausea, vomiting, diarrhea and abdominal pain during the flushing or cleansing period. Individual components of the herbal mixtures used in a gallbladder cleanse may present their own health hazards.

Gallstones that cause no symptoms typically require no treatment. If you have gallstones that require treatment, discuss proven treatment options with your doctor, such as surgical removal, bile salt tablets or sound wave therapy.

4) Jon Yaneff Flush Your Gallbladder Naturally

The gallbladder is a tiny, hollow, pear-shaped organ located right below the liver, directly on the right side of the abdomen. It might be small, but it has a lot of big responsibilities in the body.

For instance, the gallbladder stores and concentrates bile that the liver produces. Bile consists of cholesterol, phospholipids, bilirubin, water, electrolytes, and bile acids.The bile has several responsibilities in the body, including:

  • Digestion and fat absorption
  • Water retention in the colon for promoting bowel movements
  • Bilirubin excretion
  • Elimination of drugs and other harmful compounds
  • Protein secretion in the gastrointestinal function

What Causes Gallstones?

Bile is very important for the gallbladder and liver. Everyday, both organs are bombarded with harmful chemicals from processed foods and other products. I’ve met many people over the years who consider chowing down on a double cheeseburger with a large soda every day “normal”. Lifetime consumption of the Western diet wreaks havoc on the digestive system, and it will eventually lead to the development of gallstones.

Gallstones are the product of bile becoming overloaded with cholesterol, bile salts, or bilirubin. Basically, a diet high in saturated fat and low in fiber is at the root of the problem. In turn, gallstones clog your liver and gallbladder, and prevent the free flow of bile.

Other factors that increase the risk of gallstones include food allergies, obesity, insulin resistance, type 2 diabetes, and high levels of blood triglycerides. Gastrointestinal tract diseases like cystic fibrosis and Crohn’s disease are also associated with gallbladder problems. Gallstones will affect people at any age, but the average person is between 40 and 50 years old.

Gallstones are also a problem for about 70% of Native American women. In fact, women are two to four times more likely to experience gallstones than men. The risk of gallstones also increases when taking tamoxifen, a medication commonly used with postmenopausal breast cancer patients. Sugar and calorie restriction can also increase the risk of gallstones.

Types of Gallstones

The gallbladder may form hundreds of tiny stones that spear like a grain of sand, or it may form one large stone the size of a golf ball. There are two main types of gallstones found in the body:

  • Cholesterol stones: Cholesterol stones are made from yellow and green hardened cholesterol. In total, about 80% of gallstones fall into the cholesterol stone category. Excessive bilirubin and cholesterol, and too little bile salts will lead to the formation of cholesterol stones.
  • Pigment stones: Pigment stones are often small and dark stones made with bilirubin. These stones are common in conditions related to excessive bilirubin, such as biliary tract infections, cirrhosis, and hereditary blood disorders like sickle cell anemia. Pigmented gallstones are not related to the diet. They are linked with sun exposure, severe diseases, and geography. For example, pigmented infections associated with high rates of parasitic infections related to the gallbladder and liver are common in Asia. Also, in the U.S., pigmented stones are often related to alcoholic cirrhosis of the liver or chronic hemolysis.

Symptoms of a Gallbladder Attack

A gallbladder attack will result when gallstones are stuck in the ducts that transport bile from the liver to the small intestine. It is important to note that a gallbladder attack will occur suddenly. Common symptoms of a gallbladder attack include:

  • Indigestion
  • Gas
  • Belching
  • Abdominal bloating
  • Frequent fatty food intolerance
  • Nausea
  • Vomiting
  • Pains under the right shoulder or between the shoulder blades.

A pain may also occur in the upper abdomen. The pain may last around a half hour, but it may persistent for several hours.

Also read: 5 Foods that Irritate Gallbladder

How do you know if the pain is related to your gallbladder?

To find out, simply press down on your last rib located at the right side—the spot lines up below the nipple. If you feel pain, it is a good indication that your gallbladder is an issue. Later, you can confirm your self-diagnosis with your doctor.

The common medical procedure to remove the gallbladder is called a cholecystectomy. In the U.S., 750,000 people have gallbladder surgery every year. It is estimated that only a few thousand removals are actually necessary. As a result, many people continue to experience pain after the gallbladder removal.

What Is a Gallbladder Cleanse?

Luckily, something can be done about liver and gallbladder problems naturally. A gallbladder cleanse is an alternative treatment recommended by many natural health doctors and practitioners. It is also called a liver cleanse or a liver flush. However you call it, cleansing the liver of gallstones is a dramatic way to improve digestion and help prevent disease.

Here is a little background on the power of a gallbladder flush, and the diseases the cleansing can help prevent:

1. Heart disease prevention

Statin drugs will artificially lower blood cholesterol levels. Simply put, bile does not form properly, and therefore gallstones accumulate. This makes it difficult to metabolize fats, and harmful toxins also get trapped in the body. Side effects from statin-use may include heart failure, kidney failure, and liver disease.

That being said, high cholesterol levels are a sign of liver congestion from a poor diet and lifestyle, and not the main indicator for heart disease. A gallbladder cleanse can treat gallstones, prevent strokes and heart disease, and restore the flow of bile to rebalance high-density lipoprotein (HDL) and low-density lipoprotein (LDL) levels naturally.

2. Cancer and diabetes prevention

Gallstones will lead to hormonal imbalances in the body. The liver is also responsible for hormone regulation, including insulin and estrogen. Women with high estrogen levels have double the chances of developing breast cancer. When insulin does not break down, the body may become insulin resistant, and lead to diabetes. A gallbladder cleanse will help hormones like insulin and estrogen break down efficiently.

3. Gallbladder surgery prevention

Some doctors believe the gallbladder isn’t important to the body. As mentioned, gallbladder removal is the medical approach to deal with gallbladder problems. But removing your gallbladder may not be the best solution, especially since thousands of gallstones are still stuck in the liver. A gallbladder cleanse can help people avoid gallbladder surgery.

4. Osteoporosis prevention

When stools float, it is a sign of poor fat metabolism. When fat is not being absorbed, it is also an indication that calcium isn’t being absorbed properly either. The blood then obtains calcium from the bones, and osteoporosis can result. However, not eating enough calcium isn’t the problem. Poor fat metabolism and insufficient bile production are greater factors in osteoporosis. Ultimately, a gallbladder cleanse will strengthen your bones better than any milk product.

5. Help with weight loss

Since the liver is important for fat metabolism, a gallbladder cleanse should factor into any effective weight loss program. When gallstones are flushed from the body, weight can be rebalanced through the regulation of water balance and water retention.

6. Naturally treat acne and skin problems

Damage to the liver is a side effect of certain acne medications. Skin diseases like acne, psoriasis, and eczema are related to gallstones in the liver. A gallbladder cleanse can flush the gallstones, and restore your skin in the process.

That’s only the beginning of what a liver and gallbladder cleanse can do. A gallbladder flush can also keep liver stones at bay, detoxify the liver and body, resolve digestive problems like constipation, improve eyesight problems like cataracts, and increase your energy levels.

Is a Gallbladder Cleanse Effective?

As mentioned earlier, there are several benefits of a gallbladder cleanse; however, there are some possible side effects when not done correctly. Possible risks associated with a liver cleanse include abdominal pain, diarrhea, vomiting, and nausea during the flushing period.

Hulda Clark was a naturopathic doctor and advocate for the liver and gallbladder cleanse. She wrote about the procedure in her 1995 book titled The Cure for all Diseases. Clark notes that the liver and gallbladder cannot be cleaned when parasites are present. A parasite cleanse and kidney cleanse should be done before a liver flush. She also recommends a liver and gallbladder cleanse twice a year.

Recipe and Instructions for a Gallbladder Cleanse

The gallbladder cleanse will take a week to complete. Monday through Sunday is the ideal time to complete the flush.

Liver and Gallbladder Flush Ingredients

Here is what you will need for the cleanse based on the popular Hulda Clark method:

  • 6 liters of unsweetened apple juice or apple cider (Malic acid capsules can be a good alternative for diabetics or people prone to hypoglycemia.)
  • 4 tablespoons of Epsom salts
  • 1/2 cup of extra virgin olive oil (For the best olive oil, look for a dark bottle, a label that indicates ‘Imported From,” and the family’s name and address of the farm or estate to indicate traceability and optimal nutritional value.)
  • 3/4 cup of fresh organic grapefruit juice or organic lemon
  • 10 to 20 drops of black walnut tincture
  • Pint jar with a lid
  • Large plastic straw


Seven days before the liver and gallbladder cleanse:

  • Avoid taking any medicines or vitamin supplements. It is best to avoid the pills that you can do without. They can prevent success with the program.
  • Stop any other cleanse you are doing.
  • Avoid eating anything after dinner the day before the cleanse.

How to Prepare for the “Liver Flush”

Six days before your liver and gallbladder flush:

  • Take four 500 milligram capsules of malic acid daily. Open up the capsules and spill them into two cups of warm water. Do this for seven days, then start the liver and gallbladder cleanse the following morning.

Schedule for the Actual Cleanse Day

  • On the day of the cleanse, eat a non-fat breakfast and lunch (i.e. fruit, fruit juice, or bread and honey.) The less food you eat, the better your results will be. Do not eat or drink after 2 p.m.
  • Mix the Epsom salts in three cups of filtered water and pour it into a jar. It will make about four servings.
  • At 6 p.m., drink one 3/4 cup serving. To improve the taste, add vitamin C powder.
  • At 8 p.m., drink another 3/4 cup of ice-cold Epsom salts.
  • At 9:45 p.m., pour four tablespoons of olive oil in the pint jar, and squeeze the grapefruit into a measuring cup. Add the grapefruit to the olive oil. Add the black walnut tincture if you have it available. After this drink, try to go to the bathroom.
  • At 10 p.m., drink the olive oil concoction. When you use the plastic straw, it is easier to digest. It is best to get it down within 15 minutes. Next, lie down immediately.
  • The next morning when you wake up, drink the third dose of Epsom salts (try not to take this potion before 6 a.m.). It is important to note that diarrhea is expected in the morning; however, the majority of the feces will be stones.
  • Two hours later, take the fourth 3/4 cup dose of Epsom salts, and then go to bed.
  • Two hours afterwards you can eat again, but start with freshly squeezed fruit and vegetable juice. You can eat fruit a half hour later, and light food after that point, like a soup without any fats. By dinner time, a full recovery is expected.

Other Therapeutic Considerations for Gallbladder Problems

Hulda Clark has also adapted parasite and kidney cleanse methods. Here is a brief summary of the cleanses that complement the liver and gallbladder flush:

  • The parasite cleanse: A few of the supplements included in a parasite cleanse include ginger, uva ursi, vitamin B6, magnesium oxide, and freeze-dried parsley. A systemic parasite will also include a super wormwood blend, clove, a super-concentrated black walnut tincture, pancreatin and lipase, digestive enzymes, and Lugol’s iodine.
  • The kidney cleanse: The kidney cleanse program will include organic hydrangea root, organic gravel root, organic marshmallow root, and black cherry concentrate. The kidney herbal cleanse is often a six-week protocol.

What are other things to consider with gallstones or gallbladder problems?

People with gallstones should definitely increase fiber in their diets. A vegetarian diet has been shown to protect against gallstones. Food elimination diets will also help prevent a gallbladder attack. The most common foods associated with a gallbladder attack include coffee, milk, poultry, onion, pork, eggs, nuts, beans, corn, and citrus fruits.

Buckwheat is a great hypoallergenic wheat alternative, and evidence suggests it can help patients with both gallstones and high cholesterol.

Other natural remedies for gallstones and gallbladder problems include fish oils, vitamin E, vitamin C, lipase enzymes, and herbs such as milk thistle and its active ingredient silymarin, turmeric and its active ingredient curcumin, dandelion root, globe artichoke, wild yam root, and boldo.

Homeopathic remedies can also help people with gallbladder problems and gallstones. Some commonly recommended remedies include china officinalis, pulsatilla, nux vomica, magnesia phosphorica, lycopodium, dioscorea, colocynthis, chelidonium majus, calcarea carbonica, and berberis vulgaris.

5)One Day Gallbladder & Liver Cleanse Gallbladder and Liver Cleanse Intro

You may clean your gallbladder and liver with this simple, non-medicinal procedure in less than 24 hours. Schedule a time when you have a holiday from work or a light workload. You will start your cleanse at 2pm and finish by late morning of the following day. Make sure your bowels are clean. If you need, take a natural bowel cleaner (i.e. senna or garcinia) the day before this cleanse.

Liver Cleansing Results will effect these liver functions.
Liver Cleansing will assist these important liver functions.

Gallbladder and Liver Cleanse Shopping List

  1. Extra Virgin Olive Oil – 4 oz (equal to 125 ml, ½ cup)
  2. Limes, Lemons or Grapefruit – 4 oz fresh juice
  3. Epsom salt – Magnesium Sulphate MgSO4 – 4 tablespoons

Day 1 Afternoon

2:00 pm Stop eating and drinking. Mix all of the Epsom Salt (MgSO4) with 1 liter (4 cups) of water. The saltwater may be chilled if you find it easier to drink.
6:00 pm Drink one cup (250 ml) of saltwater.
8:00 pm Drink one cup of saltwater.
9:45 pm Mix Olive Oil and Fresh Juice in a glass. Finish all evening chores and get reading for bed.
10:00 pm Drink the whole Oil/Juice mixture standing next to your bed. Immediately lie down on your left side and raise your right leg up to your chest. Do not move for at least 20 minutes. Try to go to sleep in this position.

Note: Other people and websites say to lay on your right side. The information above is from Diana’s channel; feel what is best for you.

Liver and Gallbladder Position in the Body
Note Gallbladder in Green
for location within the body.

Day 2 Morning

6:00 am (or anytime after 6am) Drink one cup of saltwater
8:00 am Drink your last cup of saltwater
10:00 am Start to drink – any fresh fruit juice.
10:30 am Eat fruit.
11:30 am Eat regular food, but keep it light. By late afternoon you should feel recovered.

What Benefits to Expect from Gallbladder & Liver Cleansing

Of course, you may feel nauseous drinking saltwater and the oil/juice mixture (we think it taste like Italian Salad Dressing.) The saltwater will get your bowels moving and open your bile ducts to prevent any pain. You may feel a train of stones traveling along the bile ducts like marbles. See the detailed picture below for help with visualization while you are cleaning.

Liver and Gallbladder Cleanse: Plumbing Detail

Expect diarrhea in the morning. Count your stones. They will look like green and tan peas (there are plenty of pictures on the internet if you want to look for them, but we’ll spare you here.) The cholesterol inside makes them float. You may also have crystals, sand, and cloudy white residue; all this is usual.

You may repeat this cleanse every two weeks. Don’t cleanse while ill or recovering from illness.

Tips for good Gallbladder health

  • Eat light
  • Avoid Fat Meat
  • Avoid Deep Fried Food
  • Avoid Spicy Food
  • Avoid Heavy Milk products

6)Flush Stones and Avoid Surgery with a Gallbladder Cleanse

 Flush Stones and Avoid Surgery with a Gallbladder Cleanse

Flush Stones and Avoid Surgery with a Gallbladder Cleanse

It is shocking how many people are suffering from gallbladder problems today. While the typical patient dealing with gallbladder issues used to be a woman in her 40’s who is struggling with her weight, this is not the stereotypical case anymore.

Young children, mostly girls, are having gallbladder attacks with increasing frequency and ending up in the emergency room for treatment.

In the past month alone, I have heard of two cases in my local community of teenage girls having serious gallbladder problems, one of whom, a fifteen year old, who had hers removed.

According to an interview of Dr. Atena Rosak of St. Joseph’s Medical Center in Maryland who performs many gallbladder surgeries, more and more young people — especially young women — are coming under her knife.

Hospital officials where Dr. Rosak practices agree. The percentage of people aged 30 or younger among all patients having their gallbladders removed at St. Joseph increased from 12.5 percent in fiscal year 2007 to 16.3 percent in the first 10 months of the following fiscal year. That’s a 30 percent growth in the proportion of young people in the mix in less than a year.

The gallbladder is a thumb sized organ nestled in the liver where bile is stored and concentrated.  The gallbladder releases bile produced by the liver into the small intestine where it is used for proper digestion and absorption of dietary fats.

While humans can live without a gallbladder, surgical removal, called a cholecystectomy, can cause challenges consuming fats from that point forward.  Since consumption of healthy fats is so key to health, preserving this tiny organ and keeping it functional is very important!

Obviously, fats can still be consumed after gallbladder surgery as the liver continues to produce bile, but with no place to store and concentrate the bile, fats become a much trickier process to handle in the diet without suffering from moderate to severe discomfort.

Certainly, if one can avoid having a cholecystectomy in the first place with a simple gallbladder cleanse, so much the better.

What Causes Gallbladder Disease

As many as 25 million Americans are estimated to suffer from gallbladder disease, with more than a half-million having their gallbladders removed each year.

The most common thing that goes wrong with the gallbladder is the development of gallstones. There are two types of gallstones: cholesterol stones and pigment stones.  Approximately 80% of stones are cholesterol stones which are caused by too much cholesterol or bilirubin (a component of bile), not enough bile salts, or improper emptying of the gallbladder.  The cause of pigment stones is unknown but they tend to form in those with liver disease or blood disorders.

“Roughly 20 percent of the people walking around out there have gallstones. They’re a fairly common occurrence,” said Dr. Richard A. Mackey, a biliary and pancreatic surgeon at St. Joseph Medical Center.

Gallstones can continue to grow over time and eventually cause irritation to the gallbladder itself. Sometimes, the gallstones move into the bile duct causing pain or blockage.  Pain, nausea and fever are the most common symptoms. Partial or complete blockage can also cause swelling, infection and the need for emergency surgery.

While the causes of gallbladder disease aren’t entirely clear, poor diet, excess calcium and estrogenic foods seem to be involved.

Gallbladder Cleanse to Flush Gallstones

If gallbladder problems are occurring in your household or if you are having problems consuming fats, consideration of a liver and gallbladder cleanse may be in order.

Andreas Moritz in his book The Liver and Gallbladder Miracle Cleanse, suggests that ridding the body of substances that “clog up the body’s cleansing organs creating a toxic environment” is a wise practice for maintaining good health. He provides simple step-by-step instructions on performing a gall bladder cleanse. Dr. David Williams also details the process on his website.

* While a gallbladder cleanse is simple to do, you should check with your preferably holistic practitioner first if you have a history of gallbladder problems to make sure you don’t have a large calcified stone that is too large to pass out of the bile duct.

A good friend of mine did a gallbladder cleanse over 10 years ago when he had a gall bladder attack and was told he needed surgery. The gall stones came out during the flush, his symptoms resolved and he never did have to have the surgery! Given the risks of surgery and potential complications post-op, such a simple procedure certainly seems worth a shot, wouldn’t you agree?

If You Must Have Gall Bladder Surgery

If the gall bladder cleanse fails to provide enough relief to avoid surgery, know that you can still eat fats afterward. This article on eating fat after gallbladder surgery outlines the process for retraining the body to produce bile at mealtimes so that you can consume healthy fats without risk to health post-op.

Sarah, The Healthy Home Economist

7)Dr. Hulda ClarkDr. Hulda Clark’s Gallbladder Flush

Most people know they have a gallbladder but don’t really understand what it does day in and day out. Here you will learn the function of the gallbladder, why so many people have them removed, and what you can do to flush this vital organ to maintain a high level of health and wellness.

The gallbladder is a small pear-shaped organ that lives directly under the liver. Its primary function is to collect and concentrate the bile that the body uses to digest fats. Problems associated with a low functioning gallbladder include:

  • inflammation of the gallbladder and bile ducts
  • muscular spasms and/or poor contraction of the gallbladder wall
  • stones forming in the gallbladder and/or bile ducts
  • obstruction to the free flow of bile

The good news is that gallbladder problems can be helped and often completely resolved. There is no need to panic and rush into surgery for gallbladder disease unless you are in severe acute pain or your doctor suspects that you have gallbladder cancer. According to a study published in The British Journal of General Practice, it was found that “having the gallbladder surgically removed (cholecystectomy) does not always relieve upper abdominal pain even in those with proven gallstones. After cholecystectomy, one-third of the patients saw their doctor again with the same pain they had suffered prior to the surgery. What a disappointing result for these patients. After 12 months most of the patients who had a cholecystectomy were pain-free, but so were 63% of the patients who had kept their gallstones.”

We like this Gallbladder Flush from Dr. Hulda Clark’s website:

On the morning of the flush, eat a no-fat breakfast and lunch such as cooked cereal, fruit, fruit juice, bread, and preserves or honey (no butter or milk). This allows the bile to build up and develop pressure in the liver. Higher pressure pushes out more stones. Limit the amount you eat to the minimum you can get by on. You will get more stones. The earlier you stop eating, the better your results should be. In fact, stopping fat and protein the night before gets even better results.

2:00 PM. Do not eat or drink after 2 o’clock. If you break this rule, you could feel quite ill later. Get your Epsom salts ready. Mix 4 tablespoons in 3 cups of water and pour this into a jar. This makes four servings, ¾ cup each. Set the jar in the refrigerator to get ice cold (this is for convenience and taste only).

6:00 PM. Drink one serving (¾ cup) of the ice cold Epsom salts. You may also drink a few mouthfuls of water afterward or rinse your mouth. Get the olive oil and grapefruit out to warm up.

8:00 PM. Repeat by drinking another ¾ cup of Epsom salts. You haven’t eaten since two o’clock, but you won’t feel hungry. Get your bedtime chores done. The timing is critical for success.

9:45 PM. Pour ½ cup (measured) olive oil into a pint jar. Squeeze the grapefruit by hand into the measuring cup. Remove pulp with a fork. You should have at least ½ cup. You may use lemons instead of grapefruit. Add this to the olive oil. Also, add Black Walnut Tincture. Close the jar tightly with the lid and shake hard until watery (only fresh citrus juice does this).

Now visit the bathroom one or more times, even if it makes you late for your ten o’clock drink. Don’t be more than 15 minutes late. You will get fewer stones.

10:00 PM. Drink the potion you have mixed. Take 4 ornithine capsules with the first sips to make sure you will sleep through the night. Take 8 if you already suffer from insomnia. Drinking through a large plastic straw helps it go down easier. Take it all to your bedside if you want, but drink it standing up. Get it down within 5 minutes (fifteen minutes for very elderly or weak persons).

Lie down immediately. You might fail to get stones out if you don’t. The sooner you lie down, the more stones you will get out. Be ready for bed ahead of time. Don’t clean up the kitchen. As soon as the drink is down, walk to your bed and lie down flat on your back with your head up high on the pillow. Try to think about what is happening in the liver. Try to keep perfectly still for at least 20 minutes. You may feel a train of stones traveling along the bile ducts like marbles. There is no pain because the bile duct valves are open (thank you Epsom salts!). Go to sleep as you may fail to get stones out if you don’t.

Next morning upon awakening, take your third dose of Epsom salts. If you have indigestion or nausea, wait until it is gone before drinking the Epsom salts. You may go back to bed. Don’t take this potion before 6:00 am.

Two hours later, take your fourth (the last) dose of Epsom salts. You may go back to bed again.

After 2 more hours, you may eat. Start with fruit juice. Half an hour later eat fruit. One hour later you may eat regular food but keep it light. By supper, you should feel recovered.

Alternative Schedule l: Omit the first Epsom salts dose at 6 p.m. Take only one dose, waiting until 8 p.m. Change nothing else. Many people still get stones with one less dose. If you do not, do the full course next time.

Alternative Schedule 2: After taking the first dose of Epsom salts in the morning, wait two hours and take a second dose of the oil mixture and go back to bed. After 4 more hours take another dose of Epsom salts. This schedule can increase the number of stones you remove.

How well did you do?

Expect diarrhea in the morning. Use a flashlight to look for gallstones in the toilet with the bowel movement. Look for the green kind since this is proof that they are genuine gallstones, not food residue. Only bile from the liver is pea green. The bowel movement sinks but gallstones float because of the cholesterol inside. Count them all roughly, whether tan or green. You will need to total 2000 stones before the liver is clean enough to rid you of allergies, bursitis, or upper back pain permanently. The first cleanse may rid you of them for a few days, but as the stones from the rear travel forward, they give you the same symptoms again. You may repeat at two-week intervals. Never cleanse when you are [acutely] ill.

Sometimes the bile ducts are full of cholesterol crystals that did not form into round stones. They appear as a “chaff” floating on top of the toilet bowl water. It may be tan colored, harboring millions of tiny white crystals. Cleansing this chaff is just as important as purging stones.

How safe is the liver cleanse? It is very safe. My opinion is based on over 500 cases, including many persons in their seventies and eighties. None went to the hospital; none even reported pain. However, it can make you feel sick for one or two days afterward, although, in every one of these cases, the maintenance parasite program had been neglected. This is why the instructions direct you to complete the parasite and kidney cleanse programs first.


If you do change these recipes, you might expect problems. The liver is quite sensitive to details. If you plan to make changes, be sure to seek the help of a therapist.

This procedure contradicts many modern medical viewpoints. Gallstones are thought to be formed in the gallbladder, not the liver. They are believed to be few, not thousands. They are not linked to pains other than gallbladder attacks. It is easy to understand why this is thought: by the time you have acute pain attacks, some stones in the gallbladder are big enough and sufficiently calcified to see on X-ray, and have caused inflammation there. When the gallbladder is removed, the acute attacks are gone, but bursitis and other pains and digestive problems remain.

The truth is self-evident. People who have had their gallbladder surgically removed still get plenty of green, bile-coated stones, and anyone who cares to dissect their stones can see that the concentric circles and crystals of cholesterol match textbook pictures of “gallstones” exactly.


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