Gallbladder Complete - Organic Liquid Gallstones Cleanse Formula

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Gallbladder Complete is the only remedy and flush that keeps my gallbladder pain free.


How to save your gallbladder naturally and cleanse the gallstones


Gallbladder Complete is Organic, Kosher, Made Fresh, Gluten Free, and 100% NaturalGallbladder Complete is the only remedy and flush that keeps my gallbladder pain free.

• SPEED UP METABOLISM! Certified USDA® Organic and OU® Kosher: This Gallbladder Cleanse Formula is a liquid which absorbs quickly and starts helping immediately. Help support pain under the ribs, bloating, indigestion, and shoulder tension.

• NATURALLY INCREASE BILE PRODUCTION! Helps fight Gallbladder Pain and Attacks immediately. All Natural ingredients are clinically shown to provide you quick relief and a thorough Cleanse.

• TASTES GREAT & EASY TO TAKE! As a liquid, the Time Tested Gallbladder Complete™ is absorbed far better than any pill or capsule would be.

• DISSOLVE, DETOX, & CLEAN! Apple Cider Vinegar helps support the Gallbladder, Liver, and Pancreas on a pH level, to help support a gallstone flush, use as part of your Gallstone Cleanse Diet to help dissolve and prevent future stones , be an amazing Gallstone Breaker, and clean sludge and buildup.

• pH & REGULAR BOWEL MOVEMENTS! Chanca Piedra, Turmeric, Lemon & Hibiscus all help support your body in breaking down sludge and debris and moving bile through. 

Gallbladder Complete is the best gallstone remedy for the gallbladder, liver, and pancreas.

An all-natural Formula, Cleanse, and Treatment of herbs, minerals, amino acids, and vitamins in a smooth blend of fruit extracts and Raw Organic Apple Cider Vinegar. Thats the simple version. Gallbladder Complete is comprised of more than 35 specific ingredients. (See Below)

Gallbladder Complete is the best liquid Gallbladder Formula, getting right to the problem quick to resolve pain, cleanse sludge, and dissolve gallstones.

The statistics on gallbladder issues and gallstones are bad and give you an idea of how hard it is to fins a cure for gallstones.

Gallstones represent a polygenic disorder that affects more than 30,000,000 Americans. This very high number pushes many people to look for ways to dissolve gallstones and results in more than 750,000 surgeries in the United States annually.

 Why Do People Get Gallstones:

Risk factors include age, gender, race, parity, obesity, and diabetes. A family history of gallstones also has been identified as a risk factor suggesting that genetics play a role in gallstone formation. However, the role of genetics in the pathogenesis of gallstone formation has not been determined.

Gallbladder disease or a diseased gallbladder represents a major healthcare problem in the United States. Approximately 12% of the U.S. population, or 30,000,000 Americans have gallstones or gallbladder sludge.

Approximately three-fourths of the patients with gallstones or gallbladder sludge in the United States have stones that are composed primarily of cholesterol. The pathogenesis of cholesterol gallstones is known to be multifactorial, with the key factors including: 1) cholesterol supersaturated bile; 2) nucleation and growth of cholesterol monohydrate crystals; and 3) altered biliary motility.

Gallstone Size:

In size, gallstones can be as small as a grain of sand or as large as a golf ball. A person can form one large stone in his or her gallbladder, or hundreds. About 10 percent of the population have gallstones, but the vast majority can let their body dissolve gallstones naturally, experience no symptoms, and don't need help. However, in 1 percent to 2 percent of these people, gallstones can cause problems by lodging in bile ducts, stopping the flow of bile or digestive enzymes, poor digestion, and leading to severe abdominal pain, vomiting, inflammation, and even life-threatening infection.

Types of Gallstones:

There are two types of gallstones: cholesterol and pigment stones. About 80 percent of all gallstones are cholesterol stones, yellow-green stones made up of hardened cholesterol. Cholesterol stones are associated with bile that contains an overabundance of cholesterol, or is "supersaturated" with cholesterol. The other 20 percent of gallstones are pigment stones, composed of bilirubin and other elements. Pigment stones are often seen in Asian cultures but rarely in U.S. patients. They are black or brown in color, and why they occur is not fully understood. Black pigment stones tend to remain in the gallbladder, whereas brown pigment stones often lodge in bile ducts.




What Is Biliary Obstruction?

A biliary obstruction is a blockage of the bile ducts. The bile ducts carry bile from the liver and gallbladder through the pancreas to the small intestine. An obstruction may be caused by a number of factors involving the bile ducts, liver, gallbladder, pancreas, and the small intestine. The majority of the cases of biliary obstruction are a result of gallstones, which means women are more likely to get biliary obstruction than men. Bile is a dark-green or yellowish-brown fluid secreted by the liver to digest fats. Much of the bile is released directly into the small intestine, and what remains is stored in the gallbladder. After you eat, the gallbladder releases bile to help in digestion and fat absorption. Bile also helps rid the liver of waste products. Obstruction of any of these bile ducts is referred to as a biliary obstruction. 

Many of the conditions related to biliary obstructions can be treated successfully. However, if the blockage remains untreated for a long time, it can lead to life-threatening diseases of the liver. You have several types of bile ducts. The two types of bile ducts in the liver are intrahepatic and extrahepatic ducts. Intrahepatic ducts are a system of smaller tubes within the liver that collect and transport bile to the extrahepatic ducts. The extrahepatic ducts begin as two parts, one on the right of the liver and the other on the left. As they descend from the liver, they unite to form the common hepatic duct. This runs directly toward the small intestine. The biliary duct, or the duct from the gallbladder, also opens into the common hepatic duct. The bile duct from this point onward is known as the common bile duct or choledochus. Before emptying into the small intestine, the common bile duct passes through the pancreas.


What Causes Biliary Obstruction?

 A biliary obstruction may be caused by a number of factors involving the:

• bile ducts
• liver
• gallbladder
• pancreas
• small intestine

 The following are some of the most common causes of biliary obstruction:  

• Gallstones, which is most common
• Gallbladder Sludge
• Diseased Gallbladder
• Inflammation of the bile ducts
• Trauma
• An abnormal narrowing of the duct
• cysts
• enlarged lymph nodes
• pancreatitis
• an injury related to gallbladder or liver surgery
• tumors of the bile ducts
• tumors of the pancreas
• infections, including hepatitis
• parasites
• cirrhosis, or scarring of the liver
• severe liver damage


What Are the Risk Factors?

 The risk factors for biliary obstruction usually depend on the cause of the obstruction. The majority of the cases are a result of gallstones, making women more vulnerable to developing a biliary obstruction. Other risk factors include:

• a history of gallstones
• chronic pancreatitis
• a history of tumors in the right part of the abdomen
• an injury to the right part of the abdomen
• obesity
• rapid weight loss

What Are the Symptoms of Biliary Obstruction?

The symptoms of biliary obstruction can depend on the cause of the obstruction. They can vary. People with biliary obstruction usually have: 

• light-colored stools
• dark urine
• yellowish skin or eyes, which indicates jaundice
• itching
• pain in the upper right side of the abdomen (gallstone pain)
• nausea
• vomiting
• weight loss
• fever

How Is a Biliary Obstruction Diagnosed?

Various tests are available for people who may have a biliary obstruction.

Blood Test - A blood test includes a complete blood count (CBC) and liver function test. Blood tests can usually rule out certain conditions, such as:

• cholecystitis, which is an inflammation of the gallbladder
• cholangitis, which is an inflammation of the common bile duct
• an increased level of conjugated bilirubin, which is a waste product of the liver
• an increased level of liver enzymes
• an increased level of alkaline phosphatase

Ultrasonography - Ultrasonography is usually the first test performed on anyone suspected of a biliary obstruction. It allows your doctor to see the gallstones easily.

Biliary Radionuclide Scan (HIDA scan) - A hepatobiliary iminodiacetic acid scan, or HIDA scan, is also referred to as a biliary radionuclide scan. It uses radioactive material to provide valuable information about the gallbladder and any possible obstructions.

Cholangiography - A cholangiography is an X-ray of the bile ducts.

MRI Scan - An MRI scan provides detailed pictures of the liver, gallbladder, pancreas, and bile ducts.

Magnetic Resonance Cholangiopancreatography (MRCP) - Magnetic resonance cholangiopancreatography (MRCP) is used for the diagnosis of biliary obstructions and pancreatic disease. 

Endoscopic Retrograde Cholangiopancreatography (ERCP) - An endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP) involves the use of an endoscope and X-ray. It’s both a diagnostic and therapeutic tool. It allows your surgeon to see the bile ducts and it’s also used in treatment. This tool is particularly helpful because your doctor can use it to remove stones and take biopsy samples if necessary.

Can Biliary Obstruction Be Prevented?

Here are a few changes you can make to lower your chances of developing a biliary obstruction:

• Increase the amount of fiber in your diet.
• Decrease the amount of sugar and saturated fats in your diet. These can both cause gallstones.
• If you’re overweight, gradually get your weight into a healthy range for your sex, age, and height.





Avoid gallbladder removal surgery with Gallbladder Complete and the liquid we use to cleanse your liver, pancreas, and gallbladder. Gallbladder Complete is a liquid and gets right to the issues because it absorbs almost 95%.


Absorption: Liquids vs. Pills

When deciding what is going to be the best natural supplement, medicine or remedy to buy, should one go with Liquids or Pills? There have been many studies done, and the resounding answer is that the benefits of a liquid far outweigh pill-based products. One of the most referred-to statements is found in the Physician’s Desk Reference. In this widely used medical reference book, it is noted that liquids can be absorbed up to 98%. Where as it states the absorption rate of pills and capsules is 5% - 18%. This means that 80-95% of the ingredients contained in pills are discarded from the body, which in itself can be very difficult on one’s system. When this is translated into monetary terms, for every $100 spent on pills, approximately $90 ends up being flushed down the toilet. In contrast, liquid forms of the same supplement has an absorption rate of up to 98%.


  • Liquids are prepared utilizing fresh elements

  • Fewer doses required to receive the same amount absorbed into the body

  • Liquids are far simpler to swallow, particularly for seniors

  • Liquid ingredients are not compressed, which would require additional digestion by the human body before being assimilated in the body

  • Liquids are quickly absorbed by the body, resulting in faster (desired) effects

  • Unlike pills, liquids are not powdered – this means that liquids do not require any sort of buffers, binders or fillers, which would (again) cause an additional delay in digestion – in other words, taking more time to enter the bloodstream

  • Liquids do not “clog” sewers, ducts, cesspools, or septic systems


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Activated Apple Cider Vinegar: We use a proprietary process to create what we call Activated Apple Cider Vinegar. Apple cider vinegar, otherwise known as cider vinegar or ACV, is a type of vinegar made from cider and has a pale to medium amber color. Our unpasteurized and organic ACV contains mother of vinegar, which makes the vinegar look cloudy. Apple cider vinegar contains valuable minerals such as phosphorus, calcium, sodium, potassium, iron, magnesium, and chlorine. It also contains sulfur, copper, silicon, fluorine, beta-carotene, pectin and malic acid.


Artichoke: From the leaves to the heart, artichokes are simply delicious.  Artichokes are a superfood in every sense of the word. The phytonutrients in artichokes provide potent antioxidant benefits, and a 2006 study conducted by the US Department of Agriculture and published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition showed that a serving of artichokes provides greater antioxidant benefits per serving than many other foods traditionally considered to be antioxidant-rich such as dark chocolate, blueberries and red wine.


Beets: The beetroot is the taproot portion of the beet plant, usually known in North America as the beet, also table beet, garden beet, red beet, or golden beet. Most beet products are made from sugar beet. Beetroot is an excellent source of folate and a good source of manganese.


Blueberry: We think blueberries are vital in any kidney cleanse. Blueberries are one of the most nutrient dense foods in the world and contains large levels and a broad range of antioxidants.


Calcium: Calcium is the most abundant mineral in the human body. Approximately 99 percent of calcium is present in the bones and teeth, which leaves only about one percent in cells and body fluids. Although only a small amount of calcium is in the blood, the body goes to great lengths to balance blood-calcium levels within a relatively narrow range. If levels drop too low, intestinal calcium absorption can go up, calcium can be released from bones, and the kidneys calcium excretion and retention within the kidneys inversely increases. 


Chanca Piedra: Chanca piedra, or phyllanthus niruri, the literal translation is "stone breaker." Phyllanthus niruri is a widespread tropical plant commonly found in coastal areas, known by the common names gale of the wind, stonebreaker or seed-under-leaf. It is a relative of the spurges, belonging to the Phyllanthus genus of Family Phyllanthaceae. 


Cinnamon: Cinnamon is a spice obtained from the inner bark of several trees and is used in both sweet and savory foods. The term "cinnamon" also refers to its mid-brown color. Cinnamon is the name for perhaps a dozen species of trees and the commercial spice products that some of them produce.


Citric Acid - Citric acid is a naturally occurring acid which is found in large quantities in fruits – notably citrus fruits such as oranges, lemons and certain berries. It is a relatively weak acid and has a distinct, sour taste. It is an integral part of the Krebs cycle and therefore plays an essential role in the metabolism of all living things. The acid was first produced from citrus fruits but this technique was inefficient and only produced small quantities.


Dandelion: Dandelion is a very rich source of beta-carotene which we convert into vitamin A. This flowering plant is also rich in vitamin C, fiber, potassium, iron, calcium, magnesium, zinc, and phosphorus. It's a good place to get B complex vitamins, trace minerals, organic sodium, and even some vitamin D too. Dandelion also contains protein, more than spinach. It has been eaten for thousands of years as a food. 


Fruit Juice Concentrate: Juices are excellent in supplying natural acids. They are an excellent source of vitamins, minerals and filled with citric acid.


Garlic - Garlic is a wonderful seasoning to add aroma, taste, and added nutrition to your dishes. We often recommend using raw chopped or pressed garlic in many of our dishes to take advantage of the benefits derived from garlic.


Hibiscus - This herb is consumed in many parts of the world as a tea.  Dried hibiscus is edible, and it is often a delicacy in Mexico. It can also be candied and used as a garnish, usually for desserts. The roselle is used as a vegetable. The species of Hibiscus is known in the Philippines for being a souring ingredient for almost all local vegetables and menus.


Honey – Honey contains essential trace vitamins and minerals.  Vitamins and Minerals are essential to good health. We use Honey not only for its nutritional values but to use it as a healthy sweetener that doesn't hurt or mess with your natural sugar levels.


L-Arginine:  Arginine is an amino acid that is used in the biosynthesis of proteins. Arginine is classified as a semi essential or conditionally essential amino acid, depending on the developmental stage and health status of the individual. Preterm infants are unable to synthesize or create arginine internally, making the amino acid nutritionally essential for them. Most healthy people do not need to supplement with arginine because their body produces sufficient amounts.


L-Lysine – Lysine is an amino acid that is used in the biosynthesis of proteins. It is essential in humans, meaning the body cannot synthesize it and thus it must be obtained from the diet. 


L-Taurine - Taurine is an organic acid and classified as one of the amino acids. While taurine is sometimes called an amino acid, and indeed is an acid containing an amino group, it is not an amino acid in the usual biochemical meaning of the term.


*This ingredient is not used in shipments intended for use in Japan or Korea


Milk Thistle: Milk thistle is native to the Mediterranean region. It is in a natural plant family, which also includes sunflowers and daisies. It is now found throughout the world. This stout thistle usually grows in dry, sunny areas. Spiny stems branch at the top and reach heights of 5 to 10 feet. The leaves are wide with white blotches or veins. Milk thistle gets its name from the milky white sap that comes from the leaves when they are crushed. The flowers are red purple. The small, hard-skinned fruit is brown, spotted, and shiny. Milk thistle spreads quickly (it is considered a weed in some parts of the world), and it matures in less than a year. The active ingredient in milk thistle is known as silymarin, a chemical extracted from the seeds. Most milk thistle products are standardized preparations made from the seeds of the plant, to contain 70 to 80% of silymarin.


Natural Flavorings and Juices: We use organic flavorings and juices to help with the acidic taste of our apple cider vinegar based products while enhancing the natural fruit taste. Fruit Juice is also a good source of some vitamins and minerals.


N-Acetyl L-Cysteine: N-acetyl cysteine comes from the amino acid L-cysteine. Amino acids are the building blocks of proteins.


Potassium - Adequate potassium intake is achieved by eating a variety of foods. Potassium is present in all fruits, vegetables, meat and fish. Foods with high potassium concentrations include yam, parsley, dried apricots, milk, chocolate all nuts (especially almonds and pistachios), potatoes, bamboo shoots, bananas, avocados, coconut water, soybeans, and bran. Dried apricots have the highest concentration of potassium by weight of any food.


Schisandra Berry: Schisandra is a berry, but don’t think of it as another superfruit like goji or acai. Think strange, exotic, and only used for medicine. The berry of Schisandra chinensis owes its name Wu Wei Zi (five flavored berry) to the fact that it is sweet, sour, salty, bitter and pungent. 


Stevia - Stevia is a plant that is native to South America. It is probably best known as a source of natural sweeteners. In fact, native people in South America have used stevia as a sweetener for hundreds of years. Stevia is usually safe, healthy and calorie free.


The B Vitamins - B vitamins are found in whole unprocessed foods. The B vitamins are a group of water-soluble vitamins that play important roles in your body.


Turmeric - The ingredient that most people look for in turmeric is curcumin. Curcumin is a bright yellow chemical produced by some plants. It is a member of the ginger family. It is sold as an herbal supplement, cosmetics ingredient, food flavoring and food coloring.


Vitamin C - Their are many Vitamin C Benefits that help your body's natural ability to cleanse and detox. Vitamin C also contains a proper balance of the major essential buffering minerals: 1) potassium, 2) magnesium, 3) calcium, and 4) zinc. We think Vitamin C is always a good choice.


Zinc - Zinc is involved in numerous aspects of your body's daily functions. A daily intake of zinc is recommended by us to keep a steady state because the body has no specialized zinc storage system. We think Zinc helps with overall health.


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