Your gallbladder is the body organ that allows you to properly digest fats. When proteins, calcium and cholesterol build up inside your gallbladder, they gradually form painful and hard stones that can be difficult to eliminate from your body. If you are suffering from gallstones or would like to prevent their formation in your gallbladder, you need to go through the proper cleansing procedure. The best way to cleanse your gallbladder is by preparing and drinking the right juices. These juices will help keep your body stone-free and healthy.
Things You'll Need
- Unfiltered and organic apple juice
- Freshly squeezed grapefruit or lemon juice
- Olive oil
- Coffee or chlorophyll enema
Drink five glasses of unfiltered and organic apple juice each day for six straight days. Eliminate processed foods in your daily meals as well as foods that contain sugars and refined flours. Avoid food that is rich in starchy carbohydrates.
Drink plenty of water. This will help flush out all the harmful toxins in your body. While a lot of people prefer to fast when cleansing their gallbladder, you need to seek your doctor’s supervision before undergoing this dieting method.
Mix 2 tbsp. of freshly squeezed grapefruit or lemon juice with 2 tbsp. of olive oil and add them in 8 oz. of filtered water. Drink the mixture each night for six consecutive nights, about an hour before your bedtime. Lay on your right side when you sleep so that the juice’s acids and nutrients get directed to your gallbladder.
Drink five glasses of unfiltered and organic apple juice on the seventh day of your cleansing. Then drink 1/3 cup of grapefruit or lemon juice mixed with 2/3 cup of olive oil and 8 oz. of filtered water. The whole cleansing process lasts for a week.
Go to a medical doctor to get an enema after your last day of cleansing. Use coffee or chlorophyll for your enema. This is the most crucial step of your gallbladder cleansing as gallstones and toxins will be flushed into your colon during the first seven days. You need to flush these from your body to avoid symptoms of systemic toxicity, such as headaches, cramps and nausea.