The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 8
Re: Thank you Annie and DFN for gallbladder info
Posted By: Annie
Date: Friday, 5 February 1999, at 10:54 a.m.
In Response To: Thank you Annie and DFN for gallbladder info (Jan (O-))
Gall bladder inflammation which can be a very painful condition usually responds well to herbal remedies.
Some different gallbladder herbs are : marshmallow root, dandelion, fringetree bark, wahoo, mountain grape, balmony, boldo, golden seal, blue flag, globe artichoke.Then you have your specific liver herbs which run into the hundreds. This is not even tapping into the ayurvedic or chinese or south American herbs. It is recommended that you check your blood type and compare these herbs with that.
With homoeopathy, I've noticed on this board that people are far too easy to prescribe a simplex(homoeopathic remedy) for a single ailment eg.(headaches). This is not homoeopathy and should be regarded as inept and not qualified. Go and see a homoeopathic practioner and let her find your constitutional and give you the right potency and the right dosage. To suggest a homoeopathic remedy on this board with no other knowledge is simply not homoeopathy and should be regarded with little more than a grain of sand.
The gallbladder and the liver which are held in the wood element do house the emotions of anger, resentment, hate and the gallbladder esp. holds the emotion of frustration, its a great practice to feel these emotions and to allow them up into the consciousness to be felt, accepted and hence let go of. No more suppression of these most valid, natural and acceptable feelings should be acknowledged, however with professional, caring and loving guidance.
Good luck Jan you've probably freed alot of those spent up emotions we know longer require to get on with the acceleration of mankind back to spirit.
Much love and light
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Jan (O-) -- Thursday, 4 February 1999, at 4:45 p.m.
- Re: Thank you Annie and DFN for gallbladder info
Annie -- Friday, 5 February 1999, at 10:54 a.m.