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…with the help of its extracts. The leaves of Boldo are also used for teas, tonics, and as a laxative, and also for treating liver and gall conditions. Some of its compositions are also used as appetizers. It also promotes healthy digestion and prevents calcium and fat becoming accumulated in the gall bladder, which is what leads to stones. Boldo is a very effective and serious medicine and should only be taken under proper medicinal supervision…

…that cause dysentery, pneumonia, and diphtheria. The root of Meadowsweet Herb is a good antiseptic and when chewed, can relieve headaches. The flowers are good for curing diarrhea, common colds, and for kidney and gall bladder diseases. The therapeutic importance of Meadowsweet Herb is similar to that of aspirin, but it is safer and does not have any damaging side-effects. It is a good antacid and highly effective for treating indigestion,…

…tract especially abdominal pain, gastric upset and peptic ulcers. Aloe Vera is also a food supplement that can help aid blood circulation and keep lymphatic circulation healthy. It also helps aid digestion and treats gall bladder dysfunctions. Most of the parts of the plant of the Aloe Vera can be used as an herbal remedy but it is the leaves of the Aloe Vera that is widely used in many Aloe Vera preparations. An extract is used by drying and…

…of fermented dandelion and burdock. The roots of the dandelion plant can be also used as a coffee substitute. Some use it as an appetite enhancer or as a diuretic. It continues to be used as a help for liver and gall bladder function. The use of dandelion is not normally problematic. You may develop an allergy if you have a tendency to have a reaction to rag weeds. Because it does increase stomach acid sometimes and may cause heartburn,…

…vomiting, stomach upsets and dyspepsia. Due to the high alkaloid berberine content of the Oregon Grape it is used to stimulate the flow of bile to loosen compact stools to relieve constipation, hemorrhoids and other gall bladder diseases. The anti-cancer properties of this herbal remedy are also being researched on, especially cancer that occurs in a person’s gastro intestinal tract. There were studies in China linking the Oregon Grape to the…

…used for the treatment of many gastrointestinal problems such as stomach upset, stomach pain, bloating, colic, flatulence and also gastrointestinal spasms. Peppermint spirits were also used to treat illnesses of the gall bladder and the pancreas. This herbal remedy is also used to relieve colds, flu and illnesses of the upper respiratory tract. Peppermint spirits can also relieve headaches and migraines. Rubbing Peppermint spirits onto sore and…

…for side effects with prescribed medications. Before taking l-lysine, you should consult with a health care provider that is familiar with food supplements. In the diet, it is safe. High doses have caused stones in the gall bladder. You should not take l-lysine if you have liver or kidney disease without first consulting with your physician. The same precaution applies to women who are breastfeeding or pregnant. Discussion with your health care…

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