Gall stones

Causes: Congestion obstructs the bile flow and
inflames the gallbladder wall.
General: Symptoms include acute pain in the
liver and gallbladder, swelling, and tenderness.
Váyu: Stones are black or brown, dry or rough;
they cause severe pain but mild inflammation and
Pitta: Stones are yellow, red, or green with
sharp angles, painful and inflamed.
Kapha: Soft, round, whitish stones, rarely
Purgation with aloe or rhubarb (mixed with
fennel) is required in acute conditions. Bhú-ámalakí,
turmeric, and mañjißhóhá are next used to cleanse the
liver and blood.
Certain herbs break up stones. These include
gokßhura, kaóuká, and paßhana bedha. Taken with
coriander or turmeric, the herb’s actions are directed
to the gall bladder.

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