Alternative Healing methods for Gallbladder Conditions

Gallstones (cholelithiasis): For unclear reasons, substances in bile can crystallize in the gallbladder, forming gallstones. Common and usually harmless, gallstones can sometimes cause pain, nausea, or inflammation. Cholecystitis: Inflammation of the gallbladder, often due to a gallstone in the gallbladder.

Cholecystitis causes severe pain and fever, and can require surgery when inflammation continues or recurs. Gallbladder cancer: Although rare, cancer can affect the gallbladder. It is difficult to diagnose and usually found at late stages when symptoms appear. Symptoms may resemble those of gallstones. Gallstone pancreatitis: An impacted gallstone blocks the ducts that drain the pancreas. Inflammation of the pancreas results in a serious condition.



  • Place left hand on right knee, and stretch your right arm to the back.
  • Inhale and turn to the right while doing so.
  • Press your right shoulder as far as possible to the back and look over your shoulder.
  • Remain in the twist for 15 breaths.
  • Exhale and return to the middle while doing so.
  • Raise your arms upward, stretch vigorously, and twist to the other side. The upward twist at the conclusion is very important.
  • Change your leg position, twist to both sides again, then stretch upward through the middle a number 0f times.


This massages the ganglia and organs; it strengthens the nervous system, liver, spleen, pancreas, and gallbladder; it stimulates the metabolism in the vertebra, and it stretches and squeezes the ligaments and muscles along the spinal column.


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TECHNIQUE: Place the four fingers on your thumbs and put your fingertips on the part of your body that needs more energy. Do this with each hand. Do as needed, or five times a day for 5 minutes.


This energy-giving and relaxing mudra is placed on the organ or body part that hurts, or that feels weak or tense. This is like directing a laser ray of regenerating energy to the respective body part or organ that needs healing. The fingers should be placed on the various organs as follows:

Always do a complete yoga breath while you do this. After inhaling, place your fingers on the body do not inhale, only after lifting your hands only you should inhale.

Lungs: Place your fingers on the right side and left side, about 2 inches below the collarbone.

Stomach: Place the fingers of both hands directly beneath the sternum.

Liver and gallbladder Place your left hand at the lower end of the sternum. With your right hand, stroke 21 times across the ends of the ribs on the right side, as if you wanted to light a match.

Spleen and pancreas: Place your right hand at the lower end of the sternum- With your left hand, stroke 21 times across the ends of the ribs on the left side, as if you wanted to light a match.

Kidneys: Place the fingers of both hands about two inches above the waist on the back.

Bladder: Place the fingers of both hands on the right and left side of the abdomen, next to the pubic bone.

Intestines: Place the fingers of one hand on the navel and, from right to left, draw a circle that becomes increasingly larger (like a spiral).


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