Dandelion Juice

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Gallbladder disorders can be extremely painful and often require immediate medical attention, but if you have dandelion juice readily on hand, you can often treat gallbladder infections or gallstones at home. Dandelion juice is not only an excellent source of vitamin C, which boosts the immune system against infections of the gallbladder, but it also has calcium, iron, potassium and various antioxidants that can help to detoxify the body and even break down gallstones that may be forming in the gallbladder. Dandelion juice can be purchased in health food stores or made from fresh dandelion leaves and stalks.

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