A gallbladder cleanse is promoted as a natural method of flushing gallstones from the body, but no scientific evidence shows that the cleanse treats or prevents gallstones, states Mayo Clinic. The cleanse usually requires an individual to consume nothing but fruit juice, olive oil and herbs over a few days.
There is no specific home treatment for gallstones, notes WebMD. Consuming clear liquids and omitting high-fat, greasy foods allows the gallbladder to rest and helps relieve gallstone symptoms naturally, according to eMedicineHealth. Gallstones without symptoms usually do not need treatment, notes Mayo Clinic. Individuals with symptomatic gallstones should talk to their doctors about established treatment alternatives to surgery, such as bile salt tablets.