6 Days Apple Juice Treatment to Remove Gallstones Naturally

If you have Gallstones, you can using this safe Natural Recipe by Dr Lai Chiu-Nan

The gallbladder is a pear-shaped, hollow structure located under the liver and on the right side of the abdomen. Its primary function is to store and concentrate bile, a yellow-brown digestive liquid produced by the liver.
The gallbladder is part of the biliary tract. The gallbladder serves as a reservoir for bile that is not immediately used for digestion. The gallbladder’s absorptive epithelial lining concentrates the stored bile. When food enters the small intestine, a hormone called cholecystokinin is released, signaling the gallbladder to contract and secrete bile into the small intestine through the common bile duct.
The bile helps the digestive process byemulsifying fats and neutralizing acids in partially-digested food. An excess of cholesterol, bilirubin or bile salts can cause gallstones to form. We all have them: big or small, many or few.
Gallstones are small, hard deposits inside the gallbladder that are formed when the stored bile crystalizes.
A person with gallstones will rarely feel any symptoms until the gallstones reach a certain size, or if the gallstone obstructs the bile ducts.
One symptom of gallstones is a feeling of bloatedness after a heavy meal as if you can’t digest the food. If it gets more serious, you feel pain in the liver area.
Gallstones may not be everyone’s concern but may lead to cancer.

Surgical removal of the gallbladder is the common way to treat gallstones or you can try others natural ways to remove it also.
Dr Lai Chiu-Nan offers the apple juice treatment which is good for those with a weak liver. Liver and gallbladder are closely linked, and is proven very effectively.
Day 1 to Day 5 
Drink 1 glass (250ml) 100% green Apple juice (3-4 apples) 4 times a day:
- 1 glass at breakfast,
- 1 glass at lunch,
- 1 glass at dinner and
- 1 glass before going to bed
(or eat five green apples daily).
Apple juice can soften the Gallstones.
Eat normally (light diet or raw food if possible without any meat) and Drink 3 liter Pure filter water per day
Day 6
Breakfast and lunch as usual including apple juice, skip dinner.
- At 6PM, take a teaspoon of Epsom salt (magnesium sulphate)* -10gm of Organic Epsom salt,  with a glass of warm water *250 ml.
- At 8 PM, repeat the same for purging purpose. It helps to flush out all solid stuff. It also opens the gallbladder ducts.
- At 10 PM, drink half a glass of olive oil *125ml mixed with half a glass of fresh lemon juice.
- Do not drink water anymore.
- Go for your sleep.
The oil lubricates the stones to ease their passage. Lemon juice helps to extract the stones out from gallbladder ducts.

Day 7
The next morning, you will find greenish stuff floating in your toilet bowl, if you have gallstones.
Even if you don’t have any symptoms of gallstones, you still might have some. It’s always good to give your gall bladder a clean-up every now and then

During pass motion, you might not see stone but only green liquid form that means the stone have been dissolve.Yellow liquid form means cholesterol.

Please note that this natural treatment may or may not work for you and that you will do this at your own risks

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Tribute to The Mothers

A MOTHER is a woman has raised a child, given birth to a child, and/or supplied the egg wich in union with a sperm grew into a child.
Mother can often apply to a woman other than the biological parent, especially if she fulfills the main social role in raising the child. 
This is commonly either an adoptive mother or a stepmother (the biologically unrelated wife of a child's father).

Historically, the role of women was confined to some extent to being a mother and wife, with women being expected to dedicate most of their energy to these roles, and to spend most of their time taking care of the home.
In many cultures, women received significant help in performing these tasks from older female relatives, such as mothers in law or their own mothers.

Nearly all world religions define tasks or roles for mothers through either religious law or through the glorification of mothers who served in substantial religious events.
There are many examples of religious law relating to mothers and women.

Mother's Day is a celebration honoring mothers and motherhood, maternal bonds, and the influence of mothers in society.
It is celebrated on various days in many parts of the world, most commonly in spring (April–May in the northern hemisphere, October in Argentina, May, in Australia)

"When you are a mother, you are never really alone in your thoughts. A mother always has to think twice, once for herself and once for her child." ~ Sophia Loren


Saint Francis Prayer

Saint Francis of Assisi (Italian: San Francesco d'Assis), born Giovanni di Pietro di Bernardone, but nicknamed Francesco ("the Frenchman") by his father.

He was born at Assisi, a town of Umbria, in Italy, in the year 1182, under the Pontificate of Lucius III. He was a Catholic deacon and preacher. He also was the founder of the Order of Friars Minor, more commonly known as the Franciscans. Francis is perhaps the most universally loved and venerated religious figures in history and he is known  also as the patron saint of animals.
He proposed to himself to practise literally the precepts of the Gospel, to conform himself entirely to Jesus Christ crucified, and to inspire the whole world with God's love.
Such a purpose must seem great to all those who can appreciate true grandeur by the light of religion. In its contempt of the goods of the world, it manifests an elevation of mind far above the ostentation of the ancient philosophers, in its deep humiliations, an heroical courage; in its extreme simplicity, the most exalted sentiments; in its weakness, and in the apparent foolishness of the cross, the strength and wisdom of God.
The infidels themselves admired all this, and it will be not less meet to revive the fervor of Christians, and to increase the veneration they have always entertained for St. Francis.

St. Francis was simple, but he had great qualities of mind and heart; and his simplicity was a perfection in him-not a defect. He was simple because he had no other intention in his mind, no other movement in his heart, than to be conformed to Jesus Christ. In order to imitate His poverty, His humility, His sufferings, all His virtues, he did many things far above the ordinary rules of human wisdom; and, as to his language, it was formed on that of the Gospel. If it induced him to do things of which human prudence disapproves, it was because he was guided by Divine light; it was because he sought to be despised by the world, to render himself more conformable to Jesus Christ.
Men of his age were not deceived by it; they discovered the principle which made him act and speak with such simplicity. His constant endeavor to humble himself, and draw on himself contempt, only gave them a greater esteem for his person.

Their most frequent exercise was prayer, and that more mental than vocal. A wooden cross, of moderate size, which Francis had fixed in the middle of the hut, round which they prayed, served them instead of a book. They meditated on it unceasingly, and read in it with the eyes of faith, instructed by the example of their saintly chief, who often discoursed to them on the Passion and Cross of Jesus Christ.

The Peace Prayer of Saint Francis is attributed to him, an example of his universal love and selfless service.

Lordmake me an instrument of Your peace;
Where there is hatred, let me sow love;
Where there is injury, pardon;
Where there is error, truth;
Where there is doubt, faith;
Where there is despair, hope;
Where there is darkness, light;
And where there is sadness, joy.

O Divine Master, 
Grant that I may not so much seek
To be consoled as to console;
To be understood as to understand;
To be loved as to love.
For it is in giving that we receive;
It is in pardoning that we are pardoned;
And it is in dying that we are born to eternal life.


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