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Home Remedies for Gall-bladder Stone

  1. Symptoms of gall-stone: Pain after having meals above the umbilicus or towards the right and downward, which is relieved after vomiting. In chronic disease there is a loss of appetite and pain in abdomen increases and sometimes reaches up to the shoulder. It is spasmodic, spontaneous and remains for some time. Vomiting may occur in severe pain. Vertigo and acute fever may also be felt.
  2. Fat should be restricted in the diet of such patients. A liquid diet, given hourly or two hourly, is enough for a few days. Fat intake is the major cause of pain and should be limited to 20-30 gms per day and later increased to 40-45 gms per day.
  3. After the condition settles down, clear soups, light tea, milk and refined cereals may be added.
  4. Weight loss is desirable in obese patients. With decreased intake of fat the weight is reduced by itself. But other precautionary measures should also be taken.
  5. The juice of banana stem is said to remove any stone from the gall-bladder. It dissolves the stone if taken regularly for a few days.
  6. Fried, heavy, spicy, fatty meats, eggs or creams should be avoided.
  7. Take 5 almond nuts, 5 dry grapes (large raisin), 3 gms seeds of musk melon, 1 lesser cardamom and 8-10 gms sugar candy. Mix all of them in half a cup of water to make a paste. Now sieve and drink it. It will give good results.
  8. Barley, pumpkin, mung, rice, bitter gourd, pomegranate, Indian gooseberry and dry grapes are indicated in cases of stone in the gall-bladder.
  9. Non-vegetarian food, alcohol, wheat, sweets made from milk, cheese, spicy, fried, sour or stale food should not be taken.
  10. Protein intake should be restricted. Proteins are present in all pulses (18-25 mg in 100 mg), the maximum in soybean (42 mg in 100 mg), coriander leaves, peas, in all kinds of fish, cheese (about 25 mg in 100 mg), almonds, cashew nuts, ground nuts, pistachio, walnut, dry chillies, cumin seeds, coriander seeds, papad, poppy seeds etc.
  11. Do not eat if there is no feeling of hunger and follow the healthy way hints as described in the chapter Daily Healthy Way Hints.

 

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