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Gallbladder Disease

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How to Use Chicory for Gallstones & Gallbladder Disease

Chicory can be used to help treat gallstones, gallbladder disease, jaundice and kidney stones. Chicory is an edible plant. Its young leaves, usually eaten raw as salad leaves. Roasted chicory root is also used as a coffee substitute. It is often added to coffee to reduce the bitter taste of caffeine, add the special flavor and counteract the effect of caffeine. As a herbal medicine, chicory has cleansing and cooling properties. It is a great remedy for treating gallbladder disease, ...

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Danggui Longhui Wan: Angelica Aloe Vera for Liver Gallbladder Disease

Danggui Longhui Wan (Danggui Longhui Pills, 当归龙荟丸) is a Chinese Medicine for cleansing liver / gallbladder fire (heat, inflammation), and the related symptoms, such as dysphoria, dizziness, convulsions, tinnitus, side chest pain, abdominal pain and constipation due to the overheating (hyperfunctioning, inflammative) liver and gallbladder. Here is the formula of Danggui Longhui Wan: - Angelica (dang gui) 30 g; - Gentian 30 g; - Aloe vera 15 g; - ...

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Chamomile Reduces Liver and Eye Inflammation

Chamomile is a flowering plant in the daisy family. According to traditional Chinese medical practice, daisy flowers, including chamomile, have cooling properties. This cooling effect makes it an excellent remedy for fevers and inflammation. The flowers are often used to treat various symptoms that caused by liver inflammation and gallbladder disease. In traditional Chinese medical theory, a symptom could be caused by different diseases or disorders, therefore, treating the disease can be more ...

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