This Liver/Gallbladder patch provides essential bio-frequencies to support natural Liver/Gallbladder function. Some people unknowingly suffer from a dangerous buildup of calcified “stone” type material in the liver and gallbladder. This material can potentially clog up the body’s cleansing organs, creating a toxic environment incapable of maintaining good health.

Symptoms of Liver Damage:
The liver helps the body digest food, absorb nutrients, and eliminate toxic substances. Without this abdominal organ you wouldn’t able to live. Liver damage can include anything from heredity (i.e., inherited from a family member), toxicity (i.e., due to chemicals or viruses) to a long-term disease (i.e., Cirrhosis) that can affect your liver for the rest of your life. Cirrhosis, the serious progression of liver disease, causes fluid build-up in the abdomen (a condition referred to as ascites), as levels of albumin and proteins in the blood and fluid are retained. This may actually make the patient appear pregnant. While ascites can be caused by numerous medical conditions, cirrhosis of the liver is the single most common. Sometimes, swelling can also take place in the ankles, as accumulated fluid is drawn down into the body by the forces of gravity.
Symptoms of Gallbladder Damage:
About 80% of people with gallstones do not have any symptoms for many years, if ever, particularly if the gallstones remain in the gallbladder.
Gallstones may cause pain. Pain develops when the stones pass from the gallbladder into the cystic duct, common bile duct. Then the gallbladder swells, causing pain called biliary colic. The pain is felt in the upper abdomen, usually on the right side under the ribs. Sometimes the location is hard to pinpoint, particularly for people with diabetes and older people. The pain typically increases in intensity over 15 minutes to an hour and remains steady for up to 12 hours.
The pain is usually severe enough to send people to the emergency department for relief. Then the pain resolves over 30 to 90 minutes, leaving a dull ache. People often feel nauseated and vomit. Eating a heavy meal can trigger biliary colic whether people eat fatty foods or not. Gallstones do not cause belching or bloating. Nausea occurs only when biliary colic occurs. The Liver Gallbladder patch helps regulate the communication between these two organs and helps with digestive problems.