A Removed Gall Bladder

Posted on 2023-07-28
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[Talitha] I have a lady from my region asking “I had to have my gall bladder removed.  Is there something I should take now that it’s gone?” Ox bile was recommended by someone else. She is open to homeopathy, herbals and supplements

[Jessica] I really recommend ox bile but she should also familiarize herself with the hcl/pepsin test (you take that combo until it gives you heartburn, and then you know how your stomach acid is doing- if you don’t already know this one, message back and I’ll find specifics) .

[Natalie] My daughter and son-in-law who both deal with this issue. There is a protocol – I think it’s a Banerji protocol. I will look it up and share here.
For No Gall Bladder – Chelidonium majus 6x/6c 2x/Day & Carduus Marianus Q – 5 drops in water 2x/Day forever . I believe Mick gave me this and  said the Carduus Marianus Q is also known as Milk Thistle Tincture.


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