Gall bladder stone


Gall Bladder Stones are a health condition in which small-sized solid particles form from the bile cholesterol and bilirubin present in the gallbladder. The Gall bladder is a sac like organ in the upper right part of the abdomen and is a part of the biliary system that includes the liver and the pancreas. Bile is a fluid made by the liver to help in the digestion of fats and it is stored in the gallbladder until required.

Gall bladder stones is a commonly occurring phenomenon. It is estimated that about 20% of women and 8% of men have Gall bladder stones. However, the important point to observe is that most of them are 'silent' stones and do not exhibit any symptoms or complications. Most of them are detected through routine diagnosis like Ultrasonography (USG) or X-Ray or CT Scans. It is a well documented fact that if a stone remains silent for 15 years it virtually has no chance of exhibiting any symptoms or complications. Hence, we must take the view that removing the stone through surgery or lithotripsy is completely unnecessary.


  • Immediate Pain Relief: Provide fast and immediate pain relief. If at all the pain/colic occurs to the patient, we are able to do this with our pain killer which is specific for this disease itself. Patients have reported pain relief usually within 5 to 20 minutes of taking the medicine in almost all cases. More importantly, the relief that ensues from this medication is a complete one and the patient feels normal without any remaining soreness. Most importantly this medicine does not have any side-effects unlike any other painkiller in conventional medicine. The role of this medicine is not only to provide immediate relief to the pain but also to reduce the chances of recurrence of colic.
  • Prevent Incidents of Colics: Provide medication and management to prevent the occurrence of pain due to gall stones or gall colic. Almost all patients have never had colic once they started our treatment and followed our extremely simple management advice.
  • Dissolve the Stones: Provide medication that gradually dissolves the stone. This is achieved by using our medication continuously over a period of time. The length of this treatment depends on the size and chemical composition of the stone and varies from case to case. However, during this period of prolonged treatment, the patient remains free from any symptoms related to this disease and is able to carry on his/her normal life.


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