Hi, I'm Edwin Gan from Yong An
Treatment, and I would like to share some of our work on gallstone
disease and management.
The lack of mainstream research in natural therapies can be attributed
to a lack of financial incentive, as it may not be possible to patent a
natural recipe, reap proprietary rewards and recover the costs of
R&D. This has motivated me to post my own studies and
observations on this website. My writings are compiled from various
books, internet articles, personal experience, and feedback from people
who have used our treatment.
I have met many people who have had their gallbladder removed, and find
that they are all prone to varying degrees of either diarrhea or
constipation. Gallbladder removal is irreversible and no amount of
medication can restore the digestive system to its original condition.
It should only be used as a last resort when all else has failed, or
when the gallbladder has been diagnosed with life-threatening diseases
like cancer or gangrene.
So if there is a remedy that claims to flush out gallstones naturally,
why not give it a try? If it doesn't work, no big loss, just call the
surgeon. But if it works, it would be a wonderful surprise indeed -
keep your gallbladder and your medical expenses, and yet be free from
I hope our presentation on gallstones and the various management
techniques has helped you to arrive at an informed decision which suits
May you be well and happy!
DIH British Institute of Homoeopathy
Yong An Alternative Treatment
has been treating people with gallstones since 1997 using a combination
of homeopathy, herbs, and natural remedies. It was established by Dr(H)
Wee Siew Phin, a retired school teacher who transformed her interest
qualifications in homeopathy into a treatment center in the small town
of Kluang, situated centrally in the southern Malaysian state of Johor.
When it first started, Yong An's customers were mainly the local
residents of Kluang. Within a few months, people from neighboring towns
like Batu Pahat, Mersing, Muar, Pontian, and Johor Baru came to seek
treatment. By the end of the first year, people had started coming from
other states in
Malaysia, as well as neighboring countries like Singapore and Indonesia.
In the year 2005, Yong An opened this treatment center in Kajang,
Selangor, about half an hour's drive south of the capital city of Kuala
Lumpur, to cater to the needs of the people in the central region of