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Herbs Traditionally Used in China For Gallstones
"The Stone Free G  Protocol"   by Plant Cures
Please note: The descriptions below are from the Traditional Chinese and or "Folk Medicine" use of  herbs provided for information and not intended to replace advice from a medical doctor or to replace any drugs that are FDA approved.


Stone Free G is a strong liquid extract of Jin Qian Cao or "Coin Grass." 
The story of how Jin Qian Cao  was discovered tells it all:
 
A 2,000 year old story, widely accepted as history in China states;  "A loving couple lived in a small village in China. The husband developed a pain below his ribs. After a few days he died. The wife was so upset she begged to have an autopsy done on her husband. A stone was found in her husband's gallbladder. In determination to find out why this stone killed him, she hung the stone on a string around her neck. One day after walking back from gathering flowers to put on her husbands grave she noticed the stone was less then half the size and was crumbling. Apparently she had carried the flowers (with Coin Grass as a part of the arrangement) back with her while the Coin Grass was resting against the stone around her neck. The herbalist in the village learned of this and proclaimed, "We have discovered a cure for stones in the gallbladder"  The herb was called Jin Can Cao or "Golden Coin Grass." Herbalists later found that Coin Grass will dissolve kidney stones just as proficiently.


More recently herbalists have found that adding Gravel Root (Eupatorium purpureum ) to Jin Can Cao can work a bit better on
kidney stones then Jin Can Cao can by itself.


The Chinese name, Jin Can Cao, applies to two different herbs capable of dissolving gallstones. (One is actually called Guang Jin Can Cao) However, both are known as Coin Grass. The most popular of these herbs is the Jin Can Cao herb. (Lysimachia christinae) However Guang Gin Can Cao herb (Desmodium styracifolium) is also very effective. Either one works so well it is hard to say which is best. Many formulas use equal parts of both and this seems to be the most efficient. This combo of the two plants is what is used here at Plant Cures.

Gallstones are formations of crystals, composed of either cholesterol or calcium salts, in the gallbladder or the bile duct. In the United States, up to 20% of people over 65 have gallstones. Patients with gallstones in the gallbladder usually remain asymptomatic, while patients with gallstones blocking the bile duct may experience severe or life-threatening infection of the bile duct, the pancreas, or the liver. Risk factors of gallstones include female gender, old age, obesity, a Western diet and heredity. 

Please note: At least 2 bottles of Stone Free G are needed for most Gallstones

                  

Stone FreeG
$29.95
A 4 oz bottle of Stone Free G for Gall Stones
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