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2 Natural Treatments for Gallbladder Polyps

by Andreea Laza

If you are looking for simple and effective natural treatments for gallbladder polyps, continue reading this article and find out what they are. But first.

Gallbladder polyps are growth or lesions within the wall of the gallbladder. Men are more susceptible to developing gallbladder polyps compared to women, and their root cause is yet unknown by allopath doctors. In most cases, gallbladder polyps are not painful and can be detected at ultrasound exams. Gallbladder polyps affect around 5% of the population and they have a higher incidence in the elderly population and those who suffer from gallstones. We have here two natural treatments for gallbladder polyps, an old Dacian remedy from the Danube Valley and another one from traditional Chinese medicine. Let’s get to them.

Gallbladder Polyps

2 Natural Treatments for Gallbladder Polyps

1. Ancient Dacian Treatment for Gallbladder Polyps

Make a simple infusion by steeping 15 g of white dead nettle and 5 g of yarrow in 1 l of water for 10 minutes. Drink 2-3 cups of this healing tea daily. Follow this simple tea cure for 4-6 weeks, pause for the following 2 weeks and resume if needed.

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2. Chinese Natural Treatment for Gallbladder Polyps

Traditional Chinese medicine recommends fresh figs as medicine for gallbladder polyps. Figs contain high amounts of antioxidants that have both antineoplastic and anthelmintic effects on the human body, meaning they fight cancer formation and intestinal parasites in the body. If you find it hard to procure fresh figs in the geographical area you are located, natural fig compote is also amazing, and easier to find. You can even prepare this remedy by rehydrating 100 g of dried and finely chopped figs in 1 L of water.

2 Natural Treatments for Gallbladder Polyps – Figs

Sweeten the fig compote with natural honey to your taste. Drink this fig compote 4 days/week, 250 ml every day. Eat the bits of figs too, not just the compote juice. This is not only one of the most effective natural treatments for gallbladder polyps but also a very, very delicious one!

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We truly hope these natural treatments for gallbladder polyps will truly help you out. Share this article so more people can reach this information and use it. Remember! White dead nettle and yarrow infusion, coupled with fresh figs or fig compote are the key natural treatments for gallbladder polyps. Stay healthy, naturally!

Natural Treatments for Gallbladder Polyps

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Michelle September 28, 2017 - 23:26

With the fig concoction; do we use hot water over the figs and do we strain the figs after a certain amount of time?

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Andreea Laza
Andreea Laza September 13, 2020 - 15:37

Hello Michelle! Yes, you drink the water too.

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Ivette October 7, 2021 - 23:00

Hello. I’ve read figs can cause harm to the liver, and should be avoided to prevent gallstones? I am starting to eat the remedy listed above because I have a gallbladder polyp that I am trying to get rid of, however, when I eat the figs my gallbladder starts to hurt. thoughts?

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Andreea Laza
Andreea Laza October 7, 2021 - 23:12

Hi Ivette! Figs are healing for the digestive tract as well as for gallbladder stones and polyps, and if you have any discomfort when eating them this may mean that your gallbladder is flushing out toxins and cleansing. However I recommend that you stop consuming figs and consult a naturopath if the pain persists. I hope I helped, rapid healing to you! 💚

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Maria Jabbour May 1, 2022 - 07:56

Hello! Is it ok to use dried figs even if they are a bit sweet? And for how long should it be used?
As for raw figs, how many to eat,what time of the day and how long? Sorry to bother but in so worried by my 8mm GB polyp

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Andreea Laza
Andreea Laza May 1, 2022 - 20:16

Hello Maria! Yes, you can use plain dried figs (with no sugar added or other preservatives) if you don’t have fresh figs available. You can chop them finely before boiling them in water, so you make a concentrated compote “juice”. Ideally, make a 1 l batch (4 cups) with 100 g of dried figs. This lasts for 4 days and can be kept in the fridge. When it’s finished, you can make a new batch. It’s best to drink this compote in between meals, not right after or right before a meal. I cannot say how many raw figs you can eat a day, what time of the day, or for how long, but if you don’t have any sensitivity to figs or any health condition that prevents you from eating raw figs, they are one of the most healing fruits there is, so I don’t think there is a specific quantity per day you should eat. Follow your instinct and see what feels good for you. I really hope I helped and I pray that you recover in no time. Always keep a positive mindset by feeding your body nourishing, healing foods, and your mind positive thoughts. Much love! 🌿💚

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