Postcholecystectomy syndrome Herbal Treatment
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Disease Description:  Post-cholecystectomy syndrome (abbreviated as PCS) is a group of signs and symptoms that occur after a cholecystectomy (removal of the gallbladder). A cholecystectomy is most often performed to treat the formation of stones in the gallbladder. These stones are referred to as gallstones. The gallbladder is a small, pear shaped sac, located under the liver, which helps store and transport bile to the first part of the small intestine (known as the duodenum). Bile is a bitter, yellow-green substance released from the liver that carries away waste products. 

Treatment Objectives The objective of this treatment is to improve all sysmptoms, prevent and treat later complications, correct imbalance, adjust the immune system and most importantly to boost energy and strong body for better health and quality of life. The purpose of this treatment is not to replace necessary orthodox medical treatment. A combination of both is recommended.
Herbal Formulation We recommend a herbal combination consisting of the following herbs and possibly others depending on the particular case. All these herbs are proven to be effective.
Herba Artemisiae Scopariae
Origin: Virgate Wormwood Herb is the dried aerial part of Artemisia scoparia Waldst. Et Kit. or Artemisia capillaries Thunb. (Fam. Compositae).
Nature and affinity: It is bitter and pungent in taste and slightly cold in nature, and in distributed to the Spleen, Stomach, Liver and Gall Bladder Channels.
Fructus Gardeniae
Origin: Cape Jasmine Fruit is the dried rip fruit of gardenia jasminoides Ellis (Fam. Rubiaceae).
Nature and affinity: The drug is bitter to the taste, cold in nature, and distributed to the Heart, Lung and Tri-Jiao Channels.
Main Active Ingredient: Gardenoside (C17H24O10)
Cortex Lycii Radicis
Origin: Rhubarb is the dried root and rhizome of Rheum palmatum L., Rheum tanguticum Maxim. Ex Balf. or Rheum officinale Baill. (Fam. Poly-gonaceae).
Nature and affinity: It is bitter in taste and cold in nature. Its therapeutical action is related to the channels of the Spleen, Stomach, Large Intestine, Liver and Pericardium.
Main Active Ingredient: Emodin (C15H10O5), chrysophanol (C15H10O4)
Semen Coicis
Origin: Coix Seed is the dried ripe kernel of Coix lacrymajobi L. var. ma-yuen (Roman.) Stapf (Fam. Gramineae).
Nature and affinity: It is sweet and tasteless in taste and cool nature, and is distributed to the Spleen, Stomach and Lung Channels.
Herba Lysimachiae
Origin: Christina Loosestrife is the dried herb of Lysimachia christinae Hance (Fam. Primulaceae).
Nature and affinity: This herb is sweet and tastelessness in taste and neutral in nature, and is distributed to the Liver, Gall Bladder, Kidneyand Urinary Bladder Channels.
Radix Bupleuri
Origin: Chinese Thorowax Root is the dried root of Bupleurum chinese DC. or Bupleurum scorzonerifolium Willd.(Fam. Umbelliferae).
Nature and affinity: It is bitter to the taste, slightly cold in nature, and is distriuted to the Liver and Gall Bladder Channels.
Pericarpium Citri Reticulatae
Origin: Dried Tangerine Peel is the dried pericarp of the ripe fruit of Citrus reticulate Blanco or its cultivars (Fam. Rutaceae)
Main Active Ingredient: Hesperidin (C28H34O15)
Rhizoma Cyperi
Origin: Nutgrass Galingale Rhizome is the dried rhizome of Cyperus rotundus L. (Fam. Cyperaceae).
Nature and affinity: It is pungent, slightly bitter slightly sweet in taste and neutral in nature, and is distributed to the Liver, Spleen and the Triple -Jiao Channels.
Rhizoma Dioscoreae
Origin: Common Yam Rhizome is the dried rhizome of Disoscorea opposita Thunb. (Fam. Dioscoreaceae).
Nature and affinity: It is sweet in taste and neutral in nature, and is distributed to the Spleen, Lung and Kidney Channels.
Treatment Efficacy Apart from what has been traditionaly established in Chinese medicine, this combination has proved to haveexcellent efficacy in evaluations. Please see the table below for details.
Total Cases Observed  2
Fully Recovered 2
Overall Success Rate 100 %

Side Effects All of the herbs in this formulation have been in use for thousands of years in China and are proven to be safe. Chinese herbs work in a non-invasive way utilizing the natural healing powers of the body and hence work without any side effects. More importantly, we and our herbalist doctors understand the use of herbs to give optimum benefit without incurring any side effects.
In the language of Chinese medicine, there are many balances inside our bodies. The breaking of any of these balances leads to illness. Chinese herbs work by balancing these various systems in our bodies through their adjustment. Hence treatment takes place holistically, without effecting our normal systems and without any side effects.

Customized Medicine An advantage of using Chinese herbs is that they can be combined flexibly to suit the specific needs of the individual. When you place an order from this web site, you will be using our Online Questionnaire System to outline your condition, so that we and our herbalist doctors can be continue to optimize the herbal combination and plan the herbal remedy according to your symptoms. A planed herbal remedy using optimized herbal combination has the maximum efficacy.
Easy Administration Our herbal remedies use custom-made medications in easy-to-administer dosage forms. Depending on the condition and the medicine we may use an oral or a topical dosage form like pills, capsules, tea bags, powders, lotions, sprays etc. In some cases (mostly skin related) the remedy may consist of a combination of an oral and a topical form.
Low Cost Two month's supply for a full course of treatment costs USD 189.95 only. We do not charge any shipping costs or have any other hidden costs.