Most home remedies do not have any scientific evidence to support them. Some nutritional supplements may help with reducing the risk of the gallstones. These include vitamin C, iron, and lecithin. It would be best to speak to your doctor or healthcare provider about these supplements and what dosage they would recommend for you. Several treatments claim to offer natural remedies for gallstones. They include what is called a gallbladder cleanse in which you take a mixture made up of olive oil, juice and herbs for two days to flush your gallbladder. Others suggest drinking apple juice as a way to soften the gallstones. Once again, there is anecdotal evidence for this, but no scientific studies that support this claim. Other treatments include apple cider vinegar and even yoga. One alternative treatment that may help in the treatment of gallstones is acupuncture. In some studies, it was shown to help reduce gallbladder symptoms and reduce the volume of the gallbladder. However, more research will be needed before acupuncture can be added to a list of verified treatment options for gallstones.
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