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How Can I Tell I Have Gallstones In My Liver?

During my research with thousands of patients suffering from almost all types of diseases, including terminal diseases, I discovered that everyone had many gallstones in the liver and, in many cases, even gallbladder. When people remove these stones through the liver (cleansing the liver) and introduce simple health-building habits and supportive measures, they recover from a disease that opposes both conventional and alternative treatment methods.

What follows is a description of some of the more common signs that indicate the presence of gall stones in the liver and gall bladder. If you have one of these, you will most likely benefit from cleansing your liver and gall bladder. In my practice, I find this guide to be very accurate. If you are not sure whether you have a stone, it may be useful for cleaning your heart; it can significantly improve your health, regardless. There is an old saying: "The evidence of the pudding is eating." The only way to find out if you have bile stones is to have a heart flush. You will find that when you remove all the stones that may be present, the symptoms of the disease will gradually disappear, and health will return to normal.

Signs and Marks

That skin

The primary function of the skin is to constantly adjust our internal body to the ever-changing external environment, including temperature, humidity, dryness and light. In addition, the skin protects the body to protect us from injury, microbes and other harmful agents. In addition to dealing with these external influences, the skin also monitors and adapts to the internal changes that occur in the body. Therefore, the skin reflects the state of organs and body fluids, including blood and lymph. Any abnormal long-term function of the body will definitely appear on the skin as a skin defect, color change or changing condition, such as dryness, oils, wrinkles, lines, and so on. Almost all skin problems have their roots in an unbalanced state. Gallstones lead to disruption of blood circulation, which decreases nutrient supply, and removes waste from, the skin and prevents healthy growth and normal cycle of skin cells.

The following signs show signs of gall in the liver and gall bladder.

Black patches and small or large brown patches of colored freckles or mole: They usually appear on the right or left forehead, between the eyebrows or under the eyes. They may also appear on the right shoulder or between the shoulder blades. The most prominent are the so-called back and arms of the hand, often seen in the elderly and the elderly. If the gall bladder, which is spontaneously released by the gall bladder, is trapped inside the large intestine, such a place can also be found in the area where the thumb and index finger meet. This point usually begins to fade after the majority of the stone is removed from the liver and gall bladder. Most people think that the spots on the liver are due to sun damage and "normal" aging. This is a myth. Places of the heart, as the name implies, come from the heart. Sun exposure only leads to the surface of any existing acidic residual deposits.

Vertical wrinkles between the eyebrows: There may be a line or two, sometimes three in the region. This line or wrinkle, which is not part of natural aging, shows the accumulation of many corals in the heart. They show that the heart is enlarged and hardened. The deeper and longer the wrinkles are, the more impaired the function of the liver is. Lines near the right eyebrow also indicate congestion in the spleen. In addition, the vertical line represents a lot of suppressed frustration and anger. Anger arises when bile stones block the flow of bile. Bilious nature is one that causes toxins to be trapped — toxins that the liver tries to eliminate through the bile. Likewise, anger can trigger the formation of bile stones. If white or yellow patches accompany wrinkles, cysts or tumors may develop in the liver. Acne or hair growth between the eyebrows, with or without wrinkles, indicates that the liver, gall bladder and spleen are affected.

Horizontal wrinkles across the bridge of the nose: These are signs of pancreatic irritation due to kidney stones. If the lines are deep and noticeable, there may be pancreatitis diabetes.

The green or dark color of the temple area on the side of the head: This indicates that the liver, gall bladder, pancreas and spleen are inactive due to bile deposits in the liver and gall bladder. It can be accompanied by green or blue on both sides of the bridge of the nose, which indicates the function of the spleen. Horizontal lines across the bridge of the nose indicate weakness of the pancreas.

Oily skin on forehead: This reflects the poor performance of the liver due to reefs. So too is the excessive sweat on this part of the head. The yellow color of the skin shows impaired function of the liver and gall bladder, and weakness of the pancreas, kidneys and organs of excretion.

Hair loss in the middle of the head: This shows that the liver, liver, small intestine, pancreas and reproductive organs are getting worse and worse. There is a tendency to develop cardiovascular disease, chronic digestive problems, and the formation of cysts and tumors. Early gray hair indicates that the liver and gallbladder function is inactive.

That nose

Hardening and thickening at the tip of the nose: It shows chronic liver weakness, resulting in hardening of the arteries and accumulation of fat around the heart, liver, spleen, kidneys and prostate glands. If the enlargement is excessive and the blood vessels are visible, a heart attack or stroke may occur.

Nose is always red: It shows abnormal heart condition, with a tendency to hypertension (hypertension). Purple nose indicates low blood pressure. Both of these conditions are caused by unbalanced liver function, digestion and kidneys.

Nose cover or curved nose: This sign indicates irregular heartbeats and heart murmur. If one half of the nostrils is larger than the other, this indicates that one side of the heart cannot be enlarged. Arrhythmia and panic attacks may accompany this condition. There may be severe lymph nodes caused by digestive disorders such as constipation, colitis, stomach ulcers, and so on. Liver function is weak because large amounts of bile stones cut blood supply to the liver cells. Bile secretions are not enough. (Note: I personally see gaps in the nose disappear after watering the liver.)

Nose bent to the left: Except for the accident, the asymmetric shape of the nose indicates that the organs on the right side of the body are inactive. These include the liver, gallbladder, right kidney, ascending colon, right ovary or testis, and right side of the brain. The main cause of this condition is the accumulation of stones in the liver and gall bladder (the nose may return to the center once the stone is removed).


The skin color below the eyes is yellow: This indicates that the liver and gallbladder are too active. Dark and dark colors in the same area cause kidneys, bladder organs and excessive reproduction due to prolonged digestive system disruption. Grayish, pale spots occur when the kidneys and, in some cases, the lungs do not function due to improper lymphatic drainage of these organs. Also, the endocrine system may be affected.

The bag contains water under the lower eyelids: It is caused by congestion in the digestive organs and excretion, resulting in inadequate lymph drainage of the head area. If the eye bag is chronic and contains fats, it indicates the presence of inflammation, cysts and, possibly, tumors in the bladder, ovaries, fallopian tube, uterus and prostate.

White clouds include pupils: Clouds are mostly made up of slime and reduced protein particles. It shows the development of cataracts brought about by weakened hearts and long digestive performance.

Persistent redness in white eyes: This condition is caused by capillary enlargement, which indicates disruption in circulatory and respiratory functions. White or yellow lumps of white mucus indicate that the body accumulates abnormal amounts of fat due to the liver and gallbladder has accumulated many corals. When this happens, the body has a tendency to develop cysts as well as both malignant and malignant tumors.

Thick white lines cover the sides of the iris, especially the bottom: This shows the accumulation of large amounts of cholesterol in the blood circulation system. The lymph system also has major congestion and fat retention. (Note: If you want to understand the connection of the eye and the iris to different parts of the body, I suggest you study the science of iridology, or eye interpretation.)

The eyes have lost their natural glow and shine: This signals that both the liver and kidneys are congested and cannot properly filter blood. "Dirty" blood, loaded with toxins or waste products, is heavier and drier than pure blood. Thick blood slows circulation and reduces the supply of oxygen and nutrients to cells and organs, including the eyes. If this condition persists, the cells will deteriorate and will inevitably age or die. The eyes and brain cells are especially affected as blood needs to flow toward gravity to reach them. Most vision problems are the result of direct or indirect reduction in blood and liver capacity. Rich and rich in nutrients from the healthy and efficient liver can easily flow and nourish the eyelids better, thus improving eye problems.

Tongues, Mouths, Lips and Teeth

Tongue covered with yellow or white, especially on the back: This shows an imbalance in the secretion of bile, which is a major cause of digestive problems. Toxic residues that are not livestock and are grown or cut off in intestinal foods. It attaches to the lymph nodes in the duct and prevents toxins and microbes in the throat and mouth area from being removed.

Teeth on the side of the tongue, often accompanied by white slime: This shows poor digestion and inadequate absorption of nutrients from the small intestine.

Acne on the tongue: They show poor digestion and the presence of food overcomes and destroys small and large intestines.

Cracks in the tongue: These are signs of long-term bowel problems. When food is not mixed with enough bile, it remains intact. Unsaturated foods are subject to bacterial decomposition and are therefore toxic sources. Continued exposure of the intestinal wall to this bacterial toxin produces irritation and injures it. The resulting wounds, scars and hardening of the intestinal wall are then reflected by cracks in the tongue. There may be little or no mucus on the tongue.

Repeated blisters in the throat and mouth: Bile can swell into the stomach, thus irritating the protective layer and causing excessive mucus production. Some bile and mucus can reach the mouth. This can create bad taste in the mouth and cause frequent attempts to clean the throat, which sometimes involves coughing. It releases mucus without any bitter taste when food is not digested properly, and toxins are produced. Slime helps to trap and neutralize some of these toxins, but as a side effect, it causes congestion.

Bad breath and frequent rot: Both of these signs indicate the presence of foods that are not digested, consumed or destroyed in the GI tract. Bacteria that act on gaseous substances produce gas, which can be very toxic at times, hence the odor arising from the breath.

Crust formation in the corner of the mouth: This indicates the presence of duodenal ulcer, caused by bile regurgitation into the stomach, or other causes discussed earlier. Ulcers in various parts of the mouth or tongue indicate that inflammation or ulcers occur in the areas associated with the GI tract. For example, a mouth ulcer on the outside of your lower lip indicates the presence of ulcers in the colon. Herpes ('flu') on the lips corresponds to a worse inflammation and intestinal wall ulcer.

Dark spots or spots on the lips: These symptoms occur when obstruction in the liver, gall bladder and kidneys has resulted in slowness and stagnation of blood circulation and lymphatic drainage throughout the body. There may be extreme, abnormal blood capillaries. If the color of the lips is red (dark) or purple, this indicates that the heart, lungs, and respiratory function are weak.

Swollen or swollen lips: This condition shows intestinal disorders. If the lower lip is swollen, the colon gets constipation, diarrhea, or both, alternating between them. Toxic gases are formed from foods that have never been digested, causing bloating and stomach discomfort. Abdominal swelling or swelling indicates stomach problems, including digestive problems, which are often accompanied by 'heartburn'. Abnormal and tight mouths indicate that a person has liver problems, gallbladder and, possibly, kidneys. If the lower lip is dry, skin and breaks easily, it can be constipation or chronic diarrhea, with many toxic acids common in the colon. This condition is accompanied by advanced dehydration of the colon cells.

The gums are swollen, sensitive or bleeding: Any of these symptoms occur when lymph drainage from the mouth area is inefficient due to intestinal lymph congestion. The blood has many acids. Deep inflammation in the throat, with or without inflammation of the tonsils, is also caused by lymphatic blockage. Tonsilitis, which is common in children, is a sign of persistent toxin contained in the lymphatic fluid and removes waste from the GI tract into the tonsils.

Dental problems are generally caused by nutritional imbalances: Adequate digestion and consumption of excess, processed and highly acidic foods, such as sugar, chocolate, meat, cheese, coffee, soda, and so on, reduce the mineral content and vitamins. Adults usually have 32 teeth. Each tooth corresponds to the spine, and each spine is associated with the main organ or gland. If any of the four canines decay, for example, they indicate the presence of bile stones in the liver and gall bladder. The yellow color of teeth, and dog teeth in particular, indicates the presence of toxins in the organs located in the middle of the stomach - namely, the liver, gall bladder, stomach, pancreas and spleen. Bacteria are not the cause of tooth decay. They only attack dental tissues that already have an acid-alkaline ratio. Proper saliva secretion also plays a key role in protecting teeth. Healthy teeth are lifelong and are maintained by a healthy digestive system.

Hands, Nails and Feet

White, fatty skin at the fingertips is a sign of a malfunctioning digestive system and lymph. In addition, the liver and kidneys may form cysts and tumors. Excessive release of fat may occur, seen as oil on the skin.

Dark red nails points towards high cholesterol content, fatty acids and minerals in the blood. The liver, gallbladder and spleen are congested and inactive, and all excretionary functions are loaded with waste products. White nails indicate the accumulation of fat and mucus in and around the liver, liver, pancreas, prostate or ovaries. This condition is accompanied by poor blood circulation and low hemoglobin levels (anemia).

Vertical top on nails generally shows poor food absorption and impaired digestive, liver and kidney function. There may be general fatigue. The strong vertical peaks in the thumbnails, possibly at the distal ends, indicate that the penis and prostate, or ovaries, do not function properly. This is due to instability of the digestive system and blood circulation.

Horizontal mounting in the nail shows remarkable or drastic changes in eating habits. Such changes can be beneficial or harmful.

White dot on the nail occurs when the body eliminates large amounts of calcium and / or zinc in response to excess sugar or sugary foods and drinks. Sugar has the properties of acid formation and absorbs these minerals from bone and teeth.

Hard bones on the ankle shows progressive hardening of organs located in the middle of the body, including the liver, stomach, pancreas and spleen. It shows the accumulation of many corals in the liver and gall bladder.

Yellow foot color shows the accumulation of many corals in the liver and gall bladder. If the color of any part of the leg is green, then the spleen and lymph function are poor. It can cause vicious and vicious cysts and tumors.

Violence at the bottom of the fourth leg or at the bottom of the fourth leg indicates that the function of the gall bladder has not changed. Generalized rigidity, crookedness and pain in the fourth leg reflect the long history of gall stones in the gallbladder and liver.

Slight first leg especially if the large arch arches in both directions, indicating that liver function is decreased due to the presence of bile stones in the bile duct. At the same time, the spleen and lymphatic function is very active due to the accumulation of toxic residues from inadequate food, metabolic waste and cellular debris.

The color is white and the surface is rough on the fourth and fifth toes shows poor performance and gall bladder, as well as kidney and bladder.

Fecal Matter Constitution

Stools or stains emit a sharp, sour, or penetrating odor indicates that the food is not properly digested. Foods are consumed and eliminated, and the presence of large numbers of bacteria is not 'friendly'. in the feces, creates an abnormal odor and sticky texture. Normal impurities are coated with a thin layer of mucus, which prevents the anus from becoming dirty.

The stool is dry and hard is a constipation, and so is sticky stool. Diarrhea is still a sign of poor performance in the digestive system and liver, in particular.

The box is pale or clay still show poor liver performance (bile provides natural brown stool). If the impurities float, the invaluable fat that is in it, makes it lighter than water.

In conclusion

There may be many signs and symptoms that indicate the presence of bile stones in the liver and gallbladder rather than those listed above. Pain in the right shoulder, tennis elbow, frozen shoulder, foot numbness and sciatica, for example, may not have a clear connection to the kidney at heart. But when bile stones are removed, this condition usually disappears. The body is a network of information, and each part influences and communicates with each other. Signs or signs that are not important to the skin, eyes or feet are serious health problems. As you recognize and revive your liver and gall bladder, along with a healthy diet and a healthy lifestyle, you will notice that signs of well-being and fitness are starting to come back. To prevent illness and make health a viable reality in your life, it is important to understand what actually causes coral in the first place.


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