Homeopathic Chelidonium majus: for the Gallbladder, Liver, and Sugar Addiction

I battle with sugar addiction over and over again.
It starts slowly…
After a few family gatherings in a row, I soon find myself getting in the freezer eating a bite here and there of ice cream. Then when I finally admit it’s a problem, it is sugar-rehab time again. Oh, the withdrawals.

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Enter Homeopathic Chelidonium majus. Only a short time after taking this remedy twice a day, you begin to feel like you have control again. It’s a great way to nudge yourself back on track, without the suffering.
The doctors at the Dr. Prasanta Banerji Homeopathic Research Foundation use Chelidonium majus 6x twice daily for sugar cravings, and it is indicated for people who have hypoglycemia.

Gallbladder and Liver Indications

In a 6x potency (the plant, Greater Celandine, can be toxic), Chelidonium Majus has stopped painful gallbladder attacks in myself and others so quickly that it seemed miraculous. What relief!

These attacks may occur after eating fatty foods, fried foods, chocolate, coffee, and alcohol. It can stop them in minutes. During an attack, one dose every 15 minutes for the first hour, then every three or four hours or as needed for pain, that’s it! To heal an extreme condition, two doses a day for weeks may be necessary.

Reach for this remedy when there is yellowing of the whites of the eyes or the skin, right sided pain that is dull and throbbing, right shoulder pain, and gallstones.

This remedy suits those who may have a strong aversion to or an extreme craving for cheese. People who are easily upset or who suffer from irritability may also benefit.

Chelidonium 6x can also be taken every 3 hours for acute nausea, and for chronic nausea it can be taken twice daily.

For more information, to make an appointment, or to order this remedy, contact Christy@heartlandherbalist.com.

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