Turmeric for Gallbladder Disease


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Turmeric for Gallbladder Disease

Turmeric for Gallbladder Disease

A gallbladder is located right under the liver and stores the bile created in the liver, which digests the fat in the body. The gallbladder and liver connect to the bile ducts, which connect to the small intestine. The gallbladder can get infected, which can lead to gallstones. Gallstones are the most common gallbladder disease, and inflammation is also common with them. Gallstones symptoms can include pain in the back, abdomen, and under a person’s right arm, nausea, and vomiting.

A gallstone can be very tiny or as large as a golf ball. Gallstones may need to be removed by surgery, but smaller ones are dissolved using medications. However, gallstones can return later on and can lead to major health complications if they are not removed.

How Can Turmeric Help with the Gallbladder?

Curcumin and turmeric have many anti-inflammatory and antioxidant benefits, which could help patients after gallbladder surgery. In India, it is common to be given curcumin supplements to help the healing process.

Curcumin supplements also help with fatigue and pain. During studies, patients who took curcumin supplements had lower amounts of fatigue and pain. The scores were better than those of analgesics.

A common treatment for liver and gallbladder disorders is a mixture of turmeric, artichoke, dandelion, and rosemary essential oil. In this mixture, turmeric is the most effective agent at protecting the liver and the gallbladder against stress.

The Medical Purposes of Turmeric

Like many other herbs, turmeric is available in forms for medical purposes. Turmeric has been used by people around the world to help with gallbladder issues. One of the reasons that turmeric is believed to help with liver and gallbladder problems is that lower amounts of people are suffering from these health conditions in India. This could be linked to the fact that turmeric is used in everyday cooking.

Turmeric is valued for being able to protect the liver. There are claims that it can stimulate the production of bile in the liver, which helps the gallbladder digest the fats in the body.

The amount of turmeric needed per day will depend on the health of your liver and gallbladder. Most studies suggest that a healthy amount of turmeric is around 20 to 40 mg’s daily. This amount has been shown to increase the number of gallbladder contractions, which can lower the risk of gallstones forming. However, you should speak with your doctor because some people have reported more gallstones and more painful contractions after taking high doses of turmeric.

Turmeric is safe for most people to take and helps with many digestive health problems. There are still many studies taking place to find the best dosages and uses for turmeric. Turmeric can be found in spice form or in supplements.


About Turmeric Miracle

Hello, my name is Vicki and I have a keen interest in alternative remedies and complementary therapies and in particular their use in animals. This site was created to enable me to research the health and well-being benefits of turmeric.

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