To improve the condition of minor bilious problems. Anti-inflammatory, sppasmolytic and choleretic.

Well proven for more than 50 years.

Well documented traditional medicinal plant.

Over-the-counter medicine.

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Advantages of Gallith1

  • Effective and safe in treating gallbladder complaints.
  • Continuous improvement possible of chronic gallbladder complaints with excellent tolerability in long-term use. 1,2
  • Anti-inflammatory plant extract. simultaneously gallstone dissolving.
  • Listed in the important pharmacopoeias and monographs.

The extract of Glechoma hederacea consists of a large number of pharmacologically active components with multiple effects that form the basis for the treatment of biliary discomfort. 


Regulation of the gallbladder promoting the secretion of bile from the liver cells and increasing the bile flow.


Antioxidative effect protecting damaged liver cells. 3


Reducing the inflammatory process in the gallbladder wall.

The inflammatory reaction can be caused by mechanical irritation attributable to gallstones and may be accompanied by complaints. 3


Relaxation of the muscle cells in the bile ducts, facilitating the flow of bile. 3

Antimicrobial 3

Mandatory Information

Gallith soft capsules

1 capsule contains:

Active ingredient: Purified extract of Glechoma hederacea (2:1), first extraction solvent ethanol 96% (V/V), 100 mg

Area of application:

Gallith is used in adults to improve the condition of mild gallbladder complaints such as bloating and flatulence caused by known gallstones not requiring surgery.

Gallith is a traditional herbal medicinal product registered for its indication only based on longstanding use.

For risks and side effects, please ask your doctor and pharmacist.


1 Hoffmann J, Aye RD (1978) Zur Auflösung und Rezidiv-Prophylaxe von Cholesterin-Gallensteinen mit Hedera-Extrakt, Erfahrungsheilkunde 227 (12) – Sonderdruck.

2 Fuchs-Algrim J, Lorenz H. 2003. Wirksamkeit und Verträglichkeit von Hitrechol bei der medikamentösen Auflösung von Cholesteringallensteinen sowie der Behandlung von Begleitbeschwerden. Integrierter finaler Report der Studie IBP 312001/93.

3 Casey HJ (1976) Efficacy study on gallstones remedy, vegetable extract II, Final Report of the Study Ref. No. 11/7606, Pharmazeutische Fabrik Evers & Co. GmbH