BILIARY DYSKINESIA - Acalculous Gallbladder Disease, or Low-Functioning Gallbladder
Acalculous Gallbladder Disease is a disorder without gallstones and in which the gallbladder is low-functioning. This is determined by a HIDA scan which gives a percentage of bile ejection from the gallbladder. Normal ejection fractions range between 33 and 42%. Hypothyroidism can be linked to a low-functioning gallbladder. See research below or read about symptoms of low thyroid and gallbladder.
1 -Adaptogen - 90 capsules
1 -Herbal Digestive Bitters- 2 oz. liquid
1 -Max Stress B Tincture - 2 oz Llquid
"Please process my order quickly as I need my items as soon as possible. They have been extremely helpful for my dyskinesia & I am definitely not going to have my gallbladder removed after getting this much relief from your items. E. from Tokyo."
Ingredients and Dosages
Herbal Digestive Bitters may:
- encourage production and secretion of digestive enzymes, bile and HCl
- offer relieve from symptoms of heartburn
- relieve gas and bloating
- soothe upset stomach and nausea
- balance appetite
- curb sugar cravings
- support healthy blood sugar levels
- support liver, gallbladder and bile
Ingredients: Organic Alcohol, Pure Water, Org. Dandelion Root and Leaf,Org. Burdock Root, Org. Orange Peel, Org. Fennel Seed, Org. Yellow Dock Root, Org. Angelica Root, Org. Ginger Root, Org. Gentian Root, Org. Gum Arabic and Organic Essential Oils. 30-35% Alcohol. GLUTEN FREE. Not to be used in pregnancy.
Dosage: To stimulate healthy digestion, take approximately ¼ teaspoon (1.2 mL) of our bitters before or after meals– or to curb a sugar craving (not to exceed 8 times per day)! Start small in your serving: everyone’s body is different, and many people find that a very small serving can be quite sufficient. If the bitter taste is especially rare in your diet, your digestion will fire up with just a very small amount of the bitters.
Max Stress B is a formula of completely-derived B vitamins (a rare product as most of the B vitamins on the market are synthetic). They have been "pre-digested" in a way that they have been broken down to such minute particles that they ate easily absorbed. In fact much is absorbed through the mucus membranes of the mouth which is why you want to sip slowly and hold in your mouth, which is why you want to sip slowly and hold in your mouth for a few seconds before swallowing. This specialized form of Bs is also a good liver detoxifier. As the name implies, it is extremely good for someone under stress (emotionally, mentally, physically and digestively).
Ingredients: Vitamin B1, Vitamin B2, Vitamin B3, Vitamin B5, Vitamin B6, Vitamin B12, Folic Acid, Biotin, Inositol. Proprietary Blend: Primary Saccharomyces, Cerevisiae, Bifidobacterium Species, Enterococcus Species, Lactobacillus Species, Streptococcus Therm. Other Ingredients: Purified Water, Certified Organic Alcohol.
Dosage: Take ½ tsp of Max Stress B diluted in a little water 2x per day. You can double that dose when under extremely stressful conditions, or if you feel the need. If you want to avoid the alcohol in the tincture, pour a little hot water over the ½ tsp and wait 10 minutes for it to gas off.
Adaptogen - This adaptogenic formula I have found helpful for fatigue, memory and hormonal imbalances. It helps me to respond to stressful situations in a more relaxed manner including stress associated with adrenal lows causing sugar cravings. It is also particularly useful for the stresses brought on by pain syndromes including gallbladder pain. It is an excellent inclusion in any weight loss program, not only because of the stress involved, but in its ability to help with blood sugar swings and sugar cravings.
Ingredients: Indian Sotna Latha, Siberian Maral Root, Arctic Root, Tibetan Ginseng, Fo Ti Tieng, Nopal Cactus, European Thyme, Calcium Montmorrillinite, Oat Bran
Dosage: Take 2-3 caps in the morning.
Hypothyroidism and Biliary Dyskinesia
There is "...a delayed emptying of the biliary tract in hypothyroidism, explained partly by the missing prorelaxing effect of thyroxine on the sphincter of Oddi contractility".2.