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Bilious Attacks

A failure to produce enough bile to digest the fats you have eaten. Cut down on all fats straight away. Do not drink alcohol.

Take one of the following:

Cucumber 4 fl oz (100ml); carrot 8 fl oz (225ml); beetroot 6 fl oz (175ml).
Carrot 10 fl oz (275ml); spinach 6 fl oz (175ml).
Carrot 10 fl oz (275ml); celery 6 fl oz (175ml); parsley 2 fl oz (50ml).

Dandelion 8 fl oz (225ml); watercress 4 fl oz (100ml), nettle 6 fl oz

Blood Purification

As the blood carries nutrients so it also takes away toxins. If this is not happening as efficiently as it should, then certain raw juices are great stimulants to improve the circulation of the blood.

Try one of the following:

Apple 16 f1 oz (450ml).
Beetroot 16 f1 oz (450ml).
Asparagus 2 f1 oz (50ml) three times a day.
Beetroot 8 f1 oz (225ml) three times a day.
Beetroot 8 f1 oz (225ml); cucumber 6 f1 oz (175ml); carrot 6 f1 oz
Nettle 4 f1 oz (100ml); beetroot 6 f1 oz (l75ml).
Spinach 8 f1 oz (225ml); beetroot 8 f1 oz (225ml).
Watercress 4 f1 oz (100ml); carrot 12 f1 oz (350ml).

 Bilious attack

Bilious attack is a condition in which the stomach does not empty properly and the gall bladder becomes under active. This causes a host of digestive problems in a person. Men and women who overeat on a regular basis are more prone to suffering bilious attacks than those who do not. A sedentary lifestyle, paired with regular habit of overeating is another cause of bilious attacks. Young women between the ages of 30 and 40 are most prone to developing bilious attacks. A person who is suffering from a bilious attack may need a therapy which involves blood purification so that the extra bile in the blood can be cleaned.

A person suffering from a bilious attack usually suffers from migraines, is over anxious most of the time, feels overtly careful, and may become pessimistic in his or her temperament. A typical attack is usually experienced when the person just awakens from sleep. There is a sense of violent illness, accompanied by pain in the liver region and nausea. A person may also feel pain in the solar plexus and break out into cold sweats.

Usually a typical episode ends with the vomiting of a bilious fluid. Sometimes, the cause of such a bilious attack is not very clear. When you go to a doctor and discuss your symptoms, the causes of the symptoms are usually clear to the doctor, who immediately diagnoses a bilious attack. Pain in the liver or the region where the gall bladder is located, is also a regular source of complaint. There are remedies that may reduce spasms and may reduce the symptoms. However, these remedies are not usually useful over a long period of time.

Both medication and blood purification become important in such a case in order to make sure that the symptoms do not resurface again.

Even if you perform a lot of exercise, it is important to make sure that your diet is proper. To those who are sedentary workers, a generous diet is usually even more dangerous than those who exercise actively. The best way to avoid bilious attacks is to avoid albuminoids in foods, since they are rarely fully oxidized by the body. Also avoid fatty foods as they can cause liver complaints, dyspepsia and gout.

Another simple and effective way to put dietary changes into practice is to consume a watery diet temporarily, consisting mainly of broths, soups and fruit juices. You can also consume boiled potatoes, grilled vegetables and poached fish.

Submitted on January 16, 2014