Inflammation of the gallbladder is a disorder known as cholecystitis and can be serious because it can cause the gallbladder to rupture along with inflammation of the peritoneum. The gallbladder swells and becomes soft, after which an infection usually occurs. This disease can appear suddenly as a sudden and very strong attack or it can be chronic, when milder attacks are repeated several times. Inflammation of the gallbladder is most often caused by gallstones that clog the bile duct. The bile remains in the gallbladder where it becomes too concentrated, which is why it irritates the walls of the gallbladder, and during that time it can become infected with some bacteria. This disease most often affects women over 50 years of age.


- In case of a gallstone attack, you should lie down immediately and take a few sips of water
- To reduce pain, place a hot water bottle on the upper right part of the abdomen
- Hot compresses with the addition of trine, clay or cabbage leaves and keep them for two hours
- Eat only light foods and vegetables
- Avoid fatty foods, dairy products and white sugar
- Eat as smaller portions as possible
- Lose weight if you are overweight
- Artichokes, asparagus and eggplant stimulate the work of the gallbladder
- Black radish stimulates the emptying of the gallbladder, and is drink freshly squeezed in the morning on an empty stomach for three to six weeks
- Tea of mugwort, dandelion, peppermint, common centaury, greater celandine and butterbur stimulate the work of the gallbladder
- Lemon balm, chamomile and lavender against cramps
- Rosemary, boldo, turmeric and peppermint to calm the gallbladder
- Drink freshly squeezed potato juice diluted with carrot juice or water and dandelion and artichoke juices several times a day
- One week, drink one tablespoon of olive oil on an empty stomach about half an hour before breakfast, which will stimulate the work of the gallbladder, and small and medium stones will come out only from the bladder
- Eat three drops of peppermint essential oil with a spoonful of honey twice a day
- Massage the gallbladder area with rosemary, dandelion, savory and basil oils
- After a meal, after a while, engage in physical activity
- Acupuncture
- Acupressure


Obligatory visit a doctor.