It has worked for many. If it works for you please pass on the good news. Your reward is when someone, through your word of mouth, benefits from the regime. Gallstones may not be everyone’s concern. But they should be because we all have them.

Moreover, gallstones may lead to cancer. ‘Cancer is never the first illness,’ Chiu Nan points out. ‘Usually, there are a lot of other problems leading to cancer.

In my research in China, I came across some materials which say that people with cancer usually have stones. We all have gallstones. It’s a matter of big or small, many or few. One of the symptoms of gallstones is a feeling of bloatedness after a heavy meal.

You feel like you can’t digest the food. If it gets more serious, you feel pain in the liver area.’ So if you think you have gallstones, Chiu Nan offers the following method to remove them naturally. The treatment is also good for those with a weak liver, because the liver and gallbladder are closely linked.

Regimen: 1. For the first five days, take four glasses of apple juice every day . Or eat four or five apples, whichever you prefer. Apple juice softens the gallstones. During the five days, eat normally.

2. On the sixth day, take no dinner.

3. At 6 PM, take a teaspoon of Epsom salt (magnesium sulphate) with a glass of warm water.

4. At 8 PM, repeat the same. Magnesium sulphate opens the gallbladder ducts.

5. At 10 PM, take half cup olive oil (or sesame oil) with half cup fresh lemon juice. Mix it well and drink it. The oil lubricates the stones to ease their passage. PS. 1cup=250ml, 1/2 cup lemon juice=3 lemons (aprox.)

The next morning, you will find green stones in your stools. ‘Usually they float,’ Chiu Nan notes. ‘

You might want to count them. I have had people who passes 40, 50 or up to 100 stones. Very many.’ ‘Even if you don’t have any symptoms of gallstones, you still might have some. It’s always good to give your gall bladder a clean-up now and then.

Learn about Gallstones
disease is the most common disorder affecting the body’s biliary system, the network of organs and ducts that create, transport, store, and release bile. Bile is a thick fluid, made in the liver and stored in the gallbladder, that acts in the small intestine to digest fat. Bile contains cholesterol, water, proteins, bilirubin (a breakdown product from blood cells), bile salts (the chemicals necessary to digest fat), and small amounts of copper or other materials. If the chemical balance of bile contains too much of any of these components, particularly of cholesterol, crystals form and can harden into stones. Learn about tiny stones in your Gallbladder that cause pain. See causes, remedies, symptoms, treatments removal of Gallstones

About the Author – Dr. Lai Chiu-Nan, Ph.D.

Dr. Lai was born in Taiwan and migrated to the States with her family when she was young. Her father, Dr. Lai Tong Ming, has a doctorate in agriculture. Dr. Lai obtained her doctoral degree in Chemistry from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. She then researched the prevention and cure for cancer in one of the top three ranking cancer hospitals in the U.S., M. D. Anderson Cancer Center, University of Texas for ten years. During this period, she realised the limitations of the modern Western medical approach to cancer. She resigned from her well-paid job to return to her Oriental roots in search of the meaning of life and the true principles of health.

Through years of study and research in the East-West models of healing, Dr. Lai realized that true well-being encompasses body, mind and spirit healing. This holistic principle was intrinsic to the Eastern philosophy of health but was gradually forgotten due to the influence of Western medicine.

Dr. Lai is a pioneer in promoting body, mind and spirit healing to the East.

In 1991 she founded Lapis Lazuli Light, a holistic health education and information centre in the United States. Currently, there are centres in Singapore, Malaysia, Taiwan, Australia, New Zealand and the United States.

Contact: P.O. Box 1136, Crestone, CO 81131, USA., Tel: 1-408-732 1582 Fax : 1-719-256 4010

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