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Cholecystitis in TCM
When using Chinese herbal medicine, our TCM experts will customize the herbal prescription to meet the specific needs of your condition. A variety of single herbs are commonly added or subtracted to maximize the clinical effectiveness of the treatment. For the past years, we have treated 2190 cases of cholecystitis by Chinese medicine both at home and broad. We have gained 78% of cure rate, 20% of satisfactory improvement, only 2% is of no use for some reasons.
TCM Treatment for cholecystitis Cholecystitis is associated with gallstones in over 90% of cases. It occurs when a calculus becomes impacted in the cystic duct and inflammation develops behind the obstruction. Vascular abnormalities of the bile or pancreatitis may rarely produce cholecystitis in the absence of gallstones. If the obstruction is not relieved, pressure builds up within the gallbladder as a result of continued secretion. Primarily as a result of ischemic changes secondary to distention, gangrene may develop with resulting perforation. Although generalized peritonitis is possible, the leak usually remains localized and forms a chronic, well-circumscribed abscess cavity.

Gallstones are more common in women than in men and increase in incidence in both sexes and all races with aging. The simplest classification of gallstones is based on the chemical composition: stones containing predominantly cholesterol and stones containing predominantly calcium bilirubinate. Three compounds comprise 80% to 95% of the total solids dissolved in bile; conjugated bile salts, lecithin and cholesterol. Cholesterol is a neutral sterol; lecithin is a phospholipid; and both are almost completely insoluble in water.

However, bile salts are able to form multimolecular aggregates (micelles) that solubilize lecithin and cholesterol in an aqueous solution. In traditional Chinese medicine, the disease is considered to be caused by substantial heat which has stagnated in the liver and the gallbladder for a long time. The long internal stagnation of heat and dampness damages the gallbladder and results in the disease.

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Special Hints for Your Diet in TCM
Traditional Chinese medicine is a fantastic art of healing. TCM doctors use not only herbal medicines for treating diseases, but also they pay close attention to the patient's diet. In TCM, it's required that a patient should have a proper diet during the whole course of treatment. A perfect TCM prescription together with a proper diet can make you recover from the disease as soon as possible. Following is our suggestions on your diet.
Foods fit to eat
1. It is suggested the sufferers should eat digestible foods.
2. It is suggested the sufferers should eat coarse-fibred foods.
3. It is suggested the sufferers should eat light foods.
Foods that are useful for you: lean, porridge, celery
Foods unfit to eat
1. Please don't eat spicy or irritant foods.
2. Please try to avoid fatty foods.
3. Please try to avoid stimulant foods.
Foods that might do harm to you: lard, mutton, chicken.
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