Gall Bladder Stones (Gall Stones)
Gallstones are small, pebble like stones that develop in the gallbladder due to abnormal concentrations of bile acids, cholesterol and fats in the bile liquid. Gallstones form when liquid bile, stored in the gallbladder, hardens into pieces of stone-like material.
A stone dissolving nutrient should contain natural agents that have been used traditionally in South America, remaining the most popular remedy for gallstones and kidney stones throughout the continent. In scientific research these active constituents have been documented to have antispasmodic activity, resulting in smooth muscle relaxation specific to the urinary and biliary tract, which is purported to facilitate the expulsion of kidney or gallbladder stones.