The Liver and Gall Bladder
Liver and Gallbladder Flush
Cleansing the liver and gall bladder can dramatically improve digestion, which is the basis of your whole health. You can expect allergies to improve or even disappear. It also can help shoulder, upper arm, and upper back pain. Your energy can improve with an increased sense of well being.
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The work of the liver is to make bile, 1-2 litres in a day! Bile is secreted via a network of tubes to one large tube (the common bile duct). The gallbladder is attached to the common bile duct and acts as a storage reservoir. Eating fat or protein triggers the gallbladder to squeeze itself empty after about 20 minutes, and the stored bile finishes its trip down the common bile duct to the intestine.
For many persons, including children, the liver’s biliary tubing can be choked with gallstones. All sorts of symptoms can arise as a result of these partial blockages which can be identified as specific allergies or rashes, digestive problems, energy and mental slackness, but others have no symptoms. There are at least half a dozen varieties of gallstones, most of which have cholesterol crystals in them. They can be black, red, white, green or tan coloured. The green ones get their colour from being coated with bile. Other stones are composites – made of many smaller ones – showing that they may have merged with others in the gall bladder or bile duct. Research has found that often at the very centre of each stone is a clump of bacteria, according to scientists, suggesting a dead parasite might have started the stone forming. As the stones grow and become more numerous the back pressure on the liver causes it to make less bile. With gallstones, much less cholesterol leaves the body, and cholesterol levels can rise. Gallstones, many of which are fatty or porous, can absorb bacteria, wastes, viruses and parasites that are passing through the liver. In this way “nests” of infection are formed, feeding the intestines with bad bacteria which themselves can trigger intestinal symptoms and diseases. No digestive condition such as ulcers or intestinal bloating can be cured permanently without removing the gallstones and the gravel from the liver.