I've been reading my "food dictionary", "Healing with Whole Foods - Asian Traditions and Modern Nutrition" by Paul Pitchford, this book suggests the following two methods (other than Gall Bladder Flush, which you might have learned about from this website), Gall Bladder Cleanse and a Mild variation of the Gall Bladder Flush, I believe some of you might probably be interested.
Gradual Gall Bladder Cleanse: During this process, avoid foods richest in satuated fats and cholesterol - heavy meats, dairy, and eggs. Also avoid peanuts and eat other nuts and seeds sparingly, if at all. Eat primarily unrefined grains, vegetables, fruits and legumes. Such a diet gradually clears the gall bladder. Pears, parnips, seaweeds, lemons, limes, and the spice turmeric hasten gallstone removal, and can be emphasized in the diet during the entire cleanse. Radish also removes deposits and stones from the gall bladder. For 21 days, eat just one or two radishes a day between meals; in addtion, drink 3 cups of cleavers (Galium aparine) tea, or 5 cups of chamomile (Anthemis nobilis) tea each day. Finally, pour 5 teaspoons of fresh, cold-pressed flax oil over food at one meal of the day, or use half this amount at two daily meals. The dosage can vary proportionally according to weight (a 160-pound person needs about 5 teaspoons). Flax oil should be taken 6 days a week for 2 months. This diet and its specific stone-dissolving foods and herbs are usually sufficient to remove all sediment.
The Gall Bladder Flush may be taken if the gradual method is inconvenient. Tests performed by a physician can confirm the presence of gall-stones. In case of very large stones which cannot be flushed through the bile duct, the gradual method above is appropriate.
A mild variation of the Gall Bladder Flush: For 5 consecutive days, ingest on an empty stomach 2 tablespoons of olive oil followed by 2 tablespoons of lemon juice.