Verhältnis: Cholesterin : Phospholipide : Gallensäuren von 5 : 25 : 70

Galle = trennend/urteilend/abweisend/ausschließend/entscheidend

Galle = Chol. (5%) + Phospholipide (25%) + Gall-ac. (70%).



Bilurubin = Abbauprodukt von Hämoglobin. (Säuglinge)/= Farbstoff. in Galle).

Cal-bil. = Gallestein

Cent-u.  = Fel terrae = Erdgalle

Chel. = Schöllkraut/= Eclaire/= Calandine/= Augenkraut/= Swallowwart/= stinkende gouwe/= Opium of the Gall-bladder

Chol. = Cholesterin

Fel piscis w = Raubfischgalle/Bibel: Tobias heilt die Erblindung seines Vaters, als er ihm aufgrund der Vorgabe des Engels Raphael, der ihn begleitet, Fischgalle auf die Augen legt

Fel suis Quelle:

Fel tauri. = Oxengalle

Eisen. mit Urt./Galle/Mars/Tierkreiszeichen Widder

Fel suis = Schweingalle

Fel ursi = Braunbärengalle Ursus arctos


Grat. = Gottesgnadenkraut/= Fischkraut/= Gichtkraut/= Nieskraut/= Purgierkraut/= Weißes Gallenkraut.

Hämoglobin. = Farbstoff in Galle

Meco. Enthält Galle



Perle. = Abfallprodukt von Eiweißstoffwechel in Mollusca

Salvia pomifera (produces cherry-sized galls at the end of its shoots/Kreta) Lamiales.

Fel Talpa europaea.


Whitlockit. (enthalten in Guan./Meteoriten/Steinbildungen im Mensch).

The gall bladder may develop a swelling and the condition being called cholecystitis or a stone in its cavity. Symptoms of gall bladder disease include nausea, belching, a sensation of fullness in the stomach and sometimes severe pain in the abdomen. This is called gall colic.

Berb.: Short, sudden, stabbing type of pain in the liver region (sometimes radiating to l. Shoulder). Pain < standing or moving. Urine high coloured/smelling STRONGly; stool clay-like creamish in colour.

Chel.: Almost constant pain in the liver region and the lower tip of right scapula i.e. triangular bone of the upper back with nausea and bilious vomiting. Pain lessens in the evening, after dinner.

Whole body looks yellow. The tongue shows a thick yellow coating with imprint of teeth. There is a desire for hot drinks or food.

Chin.: Soreness and pain in the whole abdomen from accumulation of gas, forcing to bend forward and put hard pressure on the abdomen. Belching or passing flatus gives no relief from discomfort.

There is intense hunger but no desire to eat.

Coloc.: Very severe, agonizing pain in the abdomen (evening 16 – 21 h.). Pain in paroxysms, becoming so terrible every few minutes that the victim bends forward, twisting and turning in bed to get relief. Discharge of gas gradually eases pain.

Dios.: Violent colic, occurring in regular paroxysms, as if the intestines were being twisted by a powerful hand. Pain < bending forward or lying down but becomes less on standing erect or bending backward.

Mag-p.: Severe unbearable pain in the abdomen that comes in paroxysmal attacks, compelling the victim to loosen clothes and bend forward. > pressing or massaging the abdomen/> applying heat.

[D. Weber]

Bell.: spasm of circular smooth muscle in bile ducts.


Dios.: > bending backwards, rather than doubling up as in most other colicky remedies.

Vergleich: Siehe: Carbos allgemein + Feuergruppe



Allerlei: Galle ist mit Feuer/Wut verbunden

Navaho: Gallsteinen schützen gegen Zauber/Hexerei.

Um die Wurzeln von Tarax./Chel. finden sich manchmal haarfeine Risse im Mauerwerk. Die Wurzeln sondern Säuren. ab und erweichen auf diese Weise im Lauf der Zeit sogar Betonplatten.

Wenn sich eine Signatur derart augenfällig präsentiert, dann ist es nahe liegend, bei Gallengrieß/-steinen nicht einfach nur irgendeinen Gelbblüher zu verordnen, sondern den Bezug zum Mineralischen mitzubeachten, bei der Wahl das Wachstum in Mauerritzen/auf steinigem Boden (Antennaria dioica = Gewöhnliches Katzenpfötchen. /= rosenkransje Asterales.) mitzubeachten.

Galle = erworbene Autorität, Schöpferkraft, Humor und Tatendrang. Wird dies durch mangelndes Selbstwertgefühl unterdrückt, kommt es zur Aggression -"die Galle läuft über"- und vielfältige Krankheiten wie die harnsaure Diathese mit Rheuma und Diabetes entstehen. Gallemittel Berb. Chion. Chol. Hydr. Lept.

Thion hudor (in Zosimus the 'divine water'/'the bile of the serpent')/deep reddish-yellow liquid made by boiling flowers of sulphur with slaked lime.

Milk of sulphur (lac sulphuris). White colloidal sulphur. Geber made this by adding an acid to thion hudor.

Phytologie: Berb. Calc. Card-m. Chel. Chlf. Euon. Fel tauri. Lach. Lob. Mang-met. Nux-v. Podo. Ptel. Tarax. Thlas.

Frei nach: Otto Wolff M.D.

The resulting chenodeoxycholic acid (cheno acid in short) is found mainly in the bile of geese., but also in human bile. It is freely soluble and also dissolves gallstones., having been used for this

purpose since 1975. Its emulsifying power is greater than that of other bile acids (Chenofalk®). Healthy bile will dissolve gallstones because it contains the relevant bile acids.

Ursodeoxycholic acid is much the same. As the name indicates it was found in the bile of bears, used for centuries in Chinese medicine. Its cholagogue properties make it particularly useful in

cholestasis (cirrhosis) (Urofalk®).

Lithocholic acid (= 3-monohydroxycholanic acid), which is only slightly soluble, is the product of microbial reduction of the two OH groups at 7 and 12 of cholic acid or the 7-OH of cheno acid (secondary bile acids) in the intestine.

This indicates the role of the intestinal flora in gallstone development. Bacterial metabolism is always reductive, the biliary process oxidative.

If unphysiological and perhaps even aggressive bacterial activity predominates over bile production, degradation of primary bile acids increases and lithocholic acid is produced. This is withdrawn

from the enterohepatic circulation of bile acids, resulting in reduced activity.

The many other bile acids differ mainly in their degree of oxidation. They combine with glycocoll or taurine to form different conjugated bile acids. Thus glycocholic acid is a conjugate of glycocoll

(= glydne/= aminoethanoic acid, NH2-CH2-COOH), the simplest amino acid and one of the bile acids. Taurocholic acid is a conjugate of taurine and cholic acid (generally) or deoxycholic acid.

Taurine and glycine are eliminated in conjugated form via the liver and bile and resorbed, thus stimulating bile formation.

The function of the hepatobiliary system is to "make idea into reality“, with bile formation providing the necessary activity by transforming the stream of substances produced in me liver. The significance of bile formation (bile acid production), thus lies not only in the physiological function of fat emulsification to facilitate absorption but in providing a physical basis for activity at the level of spirit and soul. The enterohepatic circulation of bile acids plays a major, constitution-determining role in this. This is essentially the origin of the choleric temperament, with cholerics clearly bile-determined, active individuals.

The bile-stimulating activity of bile acids also has a qualitative aspect. Activities of spirit and soul can intervene powerfully yet gently, with due regard for existing conditions, or they may be uncontrolled and aggressive. Much can be learned from the fact that different animals have greatly different biliary products, with taurocholic acid predominant in carnivores (dogs/predators). Aggressiveness is a dominant characteristic of these animals. As shown above, taurocholic acids should be in a lower proportion than glycholic acids in humans.

In other words, taurine stimulates bile formation, leading to increased activity, but qualitatively speaking this is more animal-like and aggressive. The extent to which such massive stimulation is still controllable and, indeed, in accord with human nature remains to be seen.

„Die Galle läuft über“

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