Gallbladder Polyps are growth or lesions within the wall of the gallbladder.
Their incidence is statistically higher in men than in women and their real cause isn’t clear. Gallbladder polyps are not painful in most cases and can be detected at ultrasound exams.
Gallbladder polyps affect around 5% of the population and they have a bigger incidence in elder people and those who suffer from gallstones.
We have here a natural treatment for gallbladder polyps from the old Dacian culture and a recommendation from the traditional Chinese medicine. Here we go!
2 Natural Treatments for Gallbladder Polyps
1. Ancient Dacian Treatment for Gallbladder Polyps
Make a simple infusion with:
- 15 gr of white dead nettle and 5 gr of yarrow per 1 L of water.
- Drink 2-3 cups of this magnificent tea daily.
- Follow this simple tea cure in 4-6 weeks rounds in alternation with 2 pause weeks.
2. Chinese Natural Treatment for Gallbladder Polyps
The old Chinese medicine recommend fresh figs consumption in case of gallbladder polyps. Coincidentally, overall presence of gallbladder polyps has the higher rate among Chinese men, with a 9.5%, higher than with any other ethnic groups.
Figs contain high amounts of an antioxidant substance that has both antineoplastic and anthelmintic effects on the human body, meaning they fight cancer formation and the parasite worms 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 it with 100 gr of dried and well minced figs in 1 L of water.
You can sweeten the compote with natural honey to your taste. Drink this fig compote 4 days/week, 250 ml every day. This is not only an effective natural treatment for gallbladder polyps, but also a very, very delicious one!