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Treating kidney stones in a natural way

  1. Kidney stones are clumps of crystals that are stuck to the inside of the kidneys. These small stones try to leave through the ureter. Kidney stones cause a lot of pain in the back and loin. How long it takes for them to leave the body can be different. It can take a few hours or a few days. Fortunately, there are natural remedies to prevent kidney stones. But even if you have kidney stones, there are ways to speed up the removal process.

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  1. Kidney stones Treat kidney stones Flushing away kidney stones Prevent kidney stones Herbal Medicine and Homeopathy

Kidney stones

  1. If you suffer from kidney stones or a kidney stone attack, you will suffer from a number of complaints:

Treating kidney stones

  1. There are several ways to treat kidney stones. The doctor can use a kidney stone pulverizer to split the stone into small pieces, as it were, but the stone can also be removed surgically. First of all, however, the treatment will consist of flushing the stone out through the urine.

Flushing away kidney stones

  1. The kidney stones leave the body via the ureter to the bladder, in order to be excreted in the urine. Therefore it is advisable to drink as much as possible. If you suffer from kidney stones, try to drink at least 3 liters a day. If the urine is clear and is no longer yellow, it is a good sign that you are drinking enough.

Tea

  1. Tea naturally has a diuretic effect, which is why drinking regular tea is a very good remedy if you suffer from kidney stones. Another tea that is very diuretic is dandelion tea. Dandelion stimulates blood circulation in the kidneys, so that more urine is produced and the kidney stones are removed more quickly. To make this tea, add two teaspoons of dried dandelions to one cup of boiling hot water. Let this steep for five minutes before drinking it.

Buchu tea

  1. Buchu is an herb with a great medicinal effect. This plant is protected and may not be harvested or traded without permission or permit. In 1862 buchu was registered as a medicine and medicine and today it is widely used against a variety of diseases and conditions involving the kidneys, such as cystitis, kidney or renal pelvic inflammatory disease, urinary tract infections or infections of the prostate. Buchu tea can work very well to flush out kidney stones. To do this, drink 2 to 3 cups a day.

Herbal tea

  1. Various herbs from nature have a diuretic effect, such as goldenrod, rosehips, birch leaves, juniper or parsley. Drink a cup of herbal tea three times a day for good moisture management.

Walking

  1. If you suffer from kidney stones this is very painful and you can feel this with every movement you make, but try to move as much as possible by, for example, walking. The kidney stones come loose more easily with movement.

Prevent kidney stones

  1. To prevent kidney stones you have to take the same measure to get rid of them and that's just a lot of drinking. If you drink 8 to 10 glasses a day and your urine looks nice and clear and not yellowish, the chances of getting kidney stones are very small. The substances that cause kidney stones are diluted with the moisture. So the more you drink, the thinner the substances that cause kidney stones become.

Reduce calcium

  1. Kidney stones consist mainly of calcium particles, also called calcium salts. The main cause of kidney stones from calcium salts is oxalate, also called oxalic acid. During digestion, calcium can bond with oxalate, creating calcium oxalate, which causes kidney stones. Try to avoid oxalate-rich nutrients such as spinach, rhubarb, purslane, nuts, celeriac, sorrel, parsnip, cocoa and chocolate. Also, be careful with over-brewed tea and cola because of the high oxalate content. Also avoid an excess of calcium, or ensure that the calcium is diluted so that calcium crystals cannot be formed. You can eat cranberries for this or drink the juice from the cranberries. Drinking two glasses of cranberry juice reduces the amount of calcium in the body. If you don't like cranberry juice, you can also choose to drink orange juice or lemon lemonade. These drinks naturally contain citric acid and this increases the citrate content.

Use of minerals

  1. Magnesium and potassium are good minerals that the body needs for certain metabolic processes. They can also help prevent kidney stones. Try to eat as many foods as possible that contain magnesium, such as dark green leafy vegetables, wheat germ, and seafood. You can also choose to use magnesium supplements. Then go for magnesium citrate, because it is best absorbed by the body. Potassium is high in fresh fruits and vegetables, especially bananas, oranges and orange juice, which are high in potassium. Potassium supplements are also available at the drugstore or pharmacy.

Avoid drinks and nutrients

  1. Avoid coffee and other caffeinated products, as caffeine increases the amount of calcium in the urine, which can lead to kidney stones. Sugary drinks also increase the risk of kidney stones. Also avoid animal proteins, such as meat, cold cuts, chicken, fish, egg, dairy products and cheese. This makes your urine more acidic, which increases the risk of kidney stones.

Herbal Medicine and Homeopathy

  1. The solidago complex agent is available from Dr. A. Vogel. These are drops that you must take and that act as a diuretic and promote a good circulation of the kidneys. Solidago by Dr. A. Vogel is also available in tablets.



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