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Acupuncture Points for Gallbladder Health

Bile is an empty organ located under the liver, it has two important functions: storing bile and secreting bile into the small intestine to help digest food. Bile acts as a kind of helper organ helper 'helper'. from the liver to the gut to ensure that the fat is digested properly. The liver also uses bile to remove excess cholesterol in the blood. Bile is also one of the channels used by the liver to remove toxins from the body. It takes toxins from the bloodstream and releases them through the bile. Overcoming liver burden with toxins from conditions like constipation, persistent drugs and alcohol or the use of hormones or contaminated or highly processed foods will have a tendency to "thicken" the bile. Thick tiles flow from the gall bladder at a slower rate. This not only affects digestion, but also causes bile to become highly concentrated, which can lead to the formation of corals.

Insufficient amounts of bile, bile, or dehydrated bile can have a negative effect on your overall health. But these techniques will benefit the health of the gall bladder everyone who has removed their gall bladder will benefit as well.

Acupuncture and reflex points to normalize bile flow

These are the four points you need to know: (they may be a bit soft)

1) LI 4 - Located on the leather web between the thumb and index finger on the right. Apply stretch pressure with circular motion until pain in area diminishes.

2) Reflexological point for the small intestine at the bottom of the right foot, directly in front of the heel. Rub in a circular motion until the pain starts to subside.

3) GB 24 - Acupuncture point on the side of the rib cage that overcomes the gallbladder on the right side of the body. Push your right arm up to your fingertips too and gently contact the bottom edge or right rib cage. Hold only a little pressure there for a minute or so to help relieve the gall bladder. You may feel rubbing or emptying the gall bladder.

4) This dot is located 1 1/2 "to the right of the belly button and then 3" below it. This area is where the bile duct and pancreas bile meet before emptying into the small intestine. Apply about 2 pounds of pressure and hold for about 3 or 4 minutes.

Two or three sessions during the first week followed by weekly sessions can make a dramatic difference. Do not be surprised if the bile begins to glaze and become empty during this procedure.

Other Recommendations For Bile Health

Dandelion stimulates and tones both the heart and the gall bladder. For sale in health food stores in both capsule and tea form

Artichoke also supports the function of the gall bladder, and a daily dose of 250 to 500 mg. two to three times a day.

Juice Sauce and Juice Sauce- when used continuously with sauerkraut and juice will help promote bile secretion. Make sure you buy organic sauerkraut without the white vinegar listed as an ingredient. You can buy it at any health food store.


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