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XVII. Gallbladder sand and gallbladder stones

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XVII. Gallbladder sand and gallbladder stones


Sour foods are good for the gallbladder: lemons, sauerkraut.


1. Use willow leaves as with kidney sand.


2. Put hot cotton compresses at the painful place.


3. Keep the abdomen warm, wearing a wool belt.


4. Take a handful of common knotgrass, which grows in the stone-streets and in the yards, and put that in boiling water for several minutes. Drink this concoction as tea twice a day — in the morning and in the evening.


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