Flush out gallstones naturally in 12 hours, with
no operation, no pain, no risk and no side effects!
WELCOME. Thank you for visiting us. This website
is dedicated to the service of people, who have gallstones, and:
are looking for an alternative to gallbladder
have tried various methods to get rid of them with limited
have had gallbladder surgery but are now feeling the same or
If you have gallstones, you may be experiencing
pain in your upper abdomen, possibly affecting your right
shoulder or the area between your shoulder blades. Or instead of
pain, you can also feel uncomfortable and bloated, especially
after meals. You may experience fever, chills, nausea, vomiting,
or difficulty sleeping. Your skin and eyes may turn yellow.
Sometimes it could be just a vague and unexplainable feeling of
Taseer Alternative Treatment is a center which
offers non-invasive natural therapy for gallstones, liver
congestion, and minor chronic diseases using herbal oil,
medicated fruit juice, and more. We provide guidance, one-stop
convenience, and the human touch to help flush out gallbladder
and liver stones with confidence.
Unlike surgery, our treatment expels gallstones
quickly, painlessly, without loss of gallbladder, without
permanent side effects, and without shedding a drop of blood.
Recovery period is negligible, ideal for busy people who need to
get back to work the next day.
treatment unique formulation contains herbal essences for
enhanced results. It has evolved over the years into the current
simplified form, suitable for busy people with little patience
or time for lengthy procedures.
Thousands from Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia,
including people with no gallbladder, have taken our treatment
and purged out their gallstones painlessly without side effects.
Most of them were relieved of their discomfort overnight, along
with various other chronic ailments which seemed unrelated.
People with high cholesterol problems were
pleasantly surprised by the drop in blood cholesterol levels.
Many felt great improvement in overall health, and have verified
the results with ultrasound scans at their regular clinic. A few
discerning customers from Singapore have actually taken their
stones to the laboratory for analysis and confirmation.
The gallbladder and liver cleanse is safe,
especially for people with diabetes who have great difficulty in
recovering from surgical wounds. It rejuvenates pancreatic
functions such that the natural insulin level in the blood is
restored for some time, temporarily reducing the need for
external insulin. After a cleanse, check your insulin levels
before taking any insulin to avoid insulin shock!
Our customers do not have to go through the
ordeal of gallbladder removal, and thus avoid unnecessary
surgical risk and the painful recovery that follows. They also
avoid the long-term negative effects of gallbladder removal,
such as chronic diarrhea, indigestion, constipation, and changes
in eating habits.
The financial benefits are very real, in the form
of savings worth thousands of dollars in surgical and
hospitalization bills. In terms of individual productivity,
there is no down time because recovery period is only a matter
of hours, so you can get back to business the very next day.
Our short and simple steps do not require a
special diet or many days of fasting. There is also no need to
follow numerous procedures, making it very convenient in today's
hectic and fast-paced lifestyle.
The gallstone flush keeps the body healthy by
expelling gallstones, stagnant bile, and other accumulated
toxins through the bowels. It stimulates the liver to produce an
abnormally high amount of bile, and the gallbladder to pump
harder to move the excess bile. The rush of fresh bile softens
cholesterol stones and creates pressure to push the stones out
from the liver and gallbladder, through the bile ducts, and into
For most people, the cleanse provides relief from
chronic conditions such as allergies, acne, asthma, fatigue,
psoriasis, eczema, or food intolerance, usually after
conventional therapy did not deliver the desired results. There
are also people who take it periodically simply to maintain good
Summary of Benefits
Now let's look at all the good things you
will achieve with our treatment:
your pain and discomfort overnight
your health dramatically
"unrelated" chronic ailments subside
your body - no gallbladder removal
unnecessary surgical risks
thousands of dollars in surgical bills
Get back to
business the next day
So get in touch with us...
Before you decide on irreversible removal of your
gallbladder. Gallstone recurrence is possible in ALL forms of
treatment including gallbladder removal, so why not choose a
treatment which relieves your pain and yet keeps your body
If your gallbladder has already been removed, you
can still use our service to ease any abdominal discomfort.
If you have been diagnosed with gallstones but
feel no pain, do not wait until the symptoms develop. Once the
pain begins, it will keep coming back and can be so severe that
you will be desperate enough to opt for surgery.
In case surgical removal of the gallbladder
cannot be avoided for whatever reason, be prepared for long-term
digestive problems, changes in your diet, and possible
recurrence in the liver or bile ducts.
Do not suffer any longer... Gallstones
Gallstones, also known as bilestones or biliary
calculi, are lumps of solid matter which harden out of liquid
bile. They are composed of cholesterol, bile pigments, bile
salts, calcium salts, and excretory elements, in varying
proportions. Gallstones are typically green, yellow, brown, or
black in color, depending on the proportions of their content.
Other physical properties like hardness, size, and density may
also vary accordingly.
As the name suggests, gallstones or biliary
calculi can develop anywhere along the biliary tract where bile
is present - in the gallbladder, in the various bile ducts, and
in the liver (intrahepatic stones). They range in size from a
grain of sand to a golf ball, so the gallbladder and liver can
hold thousands of small stones, or a few big stones, or both.
The formation of gallstones (cholelithiasis)
occurs when bile contains more cholesterol than it can keep in
liquid form, or when chemical imbalances cause normal
cholesterol levels in bile to become less soluble and
Cholesterol crystallization into stones may be
the result of a high-cholesterol diet, excretion of certain
drugs into bile, stagnant bile, an unhealthy liver producing
unhealthy bile, or simply a person's natural tendency. Drugs
which suppress cholesterol in blood actually transfer the excess
cholesterol into bile, thus increasing the risk of gallstones.
The majority of people with gallstones remain
free of symptoms for many years, and may never know they have
gallstones. However, when symptoms do develop, they tend to
recur. Some of the straightforward symptoms of gallstones are:
pain in the upper abdomen
pain between the shoulder blades, sometimes
up to the nape
enlarged and tender area below the right rib
abdominal bloating after meals
yellow skin and eyes (jaundice)
nausea or vomiting
fever or chills
Gallstone colic, the pain caused by gallstones,
is severe and steady. It arises when a stone moves out of the
gallbladder or liver and enters the bile ducts. Each attack can
last from 1 to 4 hours, followed by a lingering soreness that
persists for about a day. The pain can be so intense that people
become desperate enough to get rid of their gallbladder.
The major component of most gallstones is
cholesterol, which is not radio-opaque. This explains why many
gallstones do not show up on a plain X-ray; only stones with
high calcium content are radio-opaque and visible. Oral
cholecystogram, an X-ray of the gallbladder after ingesting a
radio-opaque material, is reasonably effective but is rarely
used because of possible adverse reactions.
Ultrasound scanning is the most common method for
detecting stones in the gallbladder. It uses sound waves which
will bounce off solid objects to show their presence. Ultrasound
is non-invasive, painless, does not involve radiation, and has
no known side effects.
However, a drawback of ultrasound scanning is
that excess fatty tissue surrounding the gallbladder can block
the sound waves, and produce false negative results. This means
that obese people may not be easily diagnosed with gallstones.
Ultrasound scanning also has difficulty in detecting stones
lodged in the bile ducts and liver.
When strong symptoms of gallstones cannot be
cannot be confirmed by ultraound or X-ray, more expensive
techniques like computed tomography (CT scan), endoscopic
retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP), or magnetic
resonance cholangiopancreatography (MRCP) can be used.
Gallstone Effects on Health
In the long-term, gallstones can congest and
damage the all-important liver, slowly and indirectly causing
health problems which seem unrelated, such as high blood
cholesterol, high blood pressure (portal hypertension),
atherosclerosis, enlarged spleen, heart attack, stroke,
excessive uric acid, kidney stones, gout, headache (liver
encephalopathy), general fatigue, loss of appetite, hormone
imbalance, abnormal growths, and many more.
In order to understand the effects of gallstones
on the rest of the body, it is necessary to look at areas which
are physically related to gallstones:
bile, the source of gallstones
the biliary tract, where gallstones can form
organs attached to the biliary tract - liver,
gallbladder, and pancreas.
Bile is the thick digestive fluid produced by the
liver. Like gallstones, it consists of cholesterol, bile
pigments, bile salts, calcium salts, and excretory elements. It
is usually green, yellow, or brown in color, while other
physical properties like viscosity and density may also vary,
depending on the proportions of its content. Bile is needed for
the following functions:
to emulsify fats so that they can be digested and
absorbed by the intestines
to excrete certain waste products from the body, such as
destroyed red blood cells, excess cholesterol, drugs, and
to stimulate peristalsis in the intestines so that the contents
can be moved along easily and finally evacuated as feces.
The biliary tract is a system of ducts which carry bile from the
liver to the gallbladder and the intestines. There are thousands
of bile capillaries inside the liver which join like the twigs
and branches of a tree to form two large ducts outside the
liver, the left hepatic duct and the right hepatic duct. These
two ducts unite to form the common hepatic duct, which joins the
cystic duct from the gallbladder to form the common bile duct.
The common bile duct merges with the pancreatic duct just before
entering the duodenum at the sphincter of Oddi Gallstones can
form anywhere along the biliary tract.
The liver is the largest and
arguably the most complex and important organ in the body. The
ancient Chinese considered the liver, not the heart or brain, as
the center of the body which governs health.
Located in the upper right portion
of the abdomen, beneath the lungs, above the stomach and
intestines, this dark reddish-brown organ weighs between 1.2 to
1.6 kg and acts as the body's chemical factory. Among the
hundreds of liver functions that have been identified, some of
the better-known functions are:
- it secretes bile which flows into the intestines to help
it converts nutrients from the stomach and intestines into fats,
carbohydrates (sugar), amino acids (proteins) and vitamins,
forms that are easier for the rest of the body to use. Heat is
released in the process.
it produces cholesterol, some of which becomes bile. The rest of
the cholesterol is used by other parts of the body to build cell
membrane and certain hormones like estrogen, testosterone and
adrenal hormones. The liver also produces blood-clotting
fibrinogen and prothrombin, as well as the anticoagulant
it regulates the amount of sugar, amino acids, hormones and
other chemical levels in the blood. Excess blood sugar is
converted to glycogen for storage in the liver. Excess amino
acids and hormones are broken down and excreted from the body.
Storage - it
stores nutrients like glycogen, fats and vitamins, releasing
them into the bloodstream when needed.
it extracts bile salts from the small intestine, and secretes
them again into bile.
it breaks down toxic substances and worn-out red blood cells,
then excretes them as harmless by-products into the bile and the
blood. Chemicals from processed foods, drinks, and prescription
drugs are broken down this way.
it removes waste products from the body. By-products in the bile
enter the intestines, then leave the body through the feces.
By-products in the blood are filtered out by the kidneys, then
leave the body through the urine.
The gallbladder is a pear-shaped muscular storage
sac which holds bile, situated below the right lobe of the
liver. Bile secreted between meals flows from the liver through
the cystic duct into the gallbladder.
During a meal, the hormone
cholecystokinin-pancreozymin causes the gallbladder to contract
and squeeze bile into the duodenum to help digest fats and
certain vitamins. After the food has been digested, the
gallbladder relaxes and is ready to store bile again.
Bile is continuously produced by the liver, and
its viscosity changes according to its chemical and excretory
content. Bile flows easily when it is thin, and the gallbladder
serves as a good storage area so that it does not constantly
drip into the duodenum when no food is present.
Bile does not flow easily when it is thick, and
the gallbladder helps to squirt enough of it into the duodenum
when food is present. In other words, the gallbladder has a
regulatory function to ensure that the right amount of bile is
released into the duodenum at the right time.
Complications caused directly by
gallstones are usually accompanied by severe episodes of
abdominal pain. The following are some of these complications.
inflammation of the gallbladder when the flow of bile from the
gallbladder is stopped. This occurs when a stone blocks the exit
of the gallbladder or enters the cystic duct.
a more serious stoppage of the flow of bile from the liver into
the duodenum. This occurs when a stone enters and blocks the
common bile duct, and can further lead to the following
yellow coloration of the skin and eyes, with dark urine. Even
though the flow of bile has stopped, the liver continues to
produce bile. Dead blood cells or bilirubin, which is normally
excreted through bile, backs up into the bloodstream, and is
then deposited in the skin and passed into the urine.
inflammation of the bile ducts outside the liver, due to
bacterial infection of the stagnant bile. If not overcome, this
inflammation can spread to the liver.
Biliary cirrhosis -
inflammation and obstruction of the bile ducts inside the liver.
As the inflammation spreads to the rest of the liver, normal
liver cells die and are replaced by fibrous scar tissue. The
scarring disrupts the function of the liver, and in severe cases
can lead to death. Cirrhosis is also a major risk factor for
inflammation of the pancreas when a stone blocks the pancreatic
duct or the sphincter of Oddi. Not only is the flow of bile
obstructed, pancreatic secretions into the duodenum containing
digestive enzymes are also blocked. The blockage is usually
temporary and will clear by itself; but if it continues, the
blocked enzymes will start to digest the cells of the pancreas.
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