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Gall Stones (Pittāśmarī)


The saṁskr̥ta-derived word for gall-stone is “Pittāśmarī”, “Aśma” meaning “stone” in saṁskr̥ta; so the colloquial term is “Pittāpāthurī” – “Pāthar” being the colloquial word for “stone.” The symptoms of stone formation in the gallbladder are mainly pain on the right side of the navel region while eating, nausea after eating, and getting some relief after vomiting. When the disease has turned into a chronic one, loss of appetite and physical debility of the patient become very apparent.


The liver of the human being is a very important gland. The secretion of bile, the transformation of chyle into blood, and the purification of the blood, are all done by the liver. The bile secreted from the liver is first stored in the gall-bladder, and from there it is sent to the stomach and to the upper intestine. The impurities of the blood and the chyle are also sent into the stomach along with bile, and from there they pass through the intestine into the rectum and are emitted from the body as waste. If the impurities are too great in proportion to the chyle and the blood, especially if the acids are too great, these things are carried with the bile into the gallbladder in very large quantity. And when the bile settles in the gall bladder, these impurities accumulate in a condensed form and gradually crystallize. In this way stones of different sizes and shapes are formed in the gall-bladder. When, after a meal, those stones block the bile-duct, the body’s organs apply great force to push the stones out into the stomach or intestine. This application of force causes pain.

In the first stage of the disease, the body’s organs can succeed in pushing out the stones in this way, but when the disease turns into a chronic one and the organs become weak, or the stones grow larger in size, it is no longer possible to push them out. This chronic state of the disease is truly fatal for the patient.

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