Remedy for Kidney Stones

Drink more water or fluids throughout the day to produce at least 2 litres of urine in the whole day. Note that It is the amount of urine that is important, at least 2 litres of urine in the whole day.

Remedy using olive oil
Drink a mixture of 2 oz (60 ml) of lemon juice with 2 oz (60 ml) of olive oil and then a large glass of water. The stones should pass within 24 hours to give you relief. This remedy for kidney stones has worked for many.

Remedy using onions
Take 2 medium size onions in 1 glass of water and cook over medium heat. When it cools down, blend in a blender. Strain and drink the juice for 3 days. You will start passing the stones from the second day. This remedy has worked for many.

Remedy using pomegranate
Take 1 cup of pomegranates seeds and 2 cups of horse gram (Kulthi) and make of soup. Drink this soup.

Kidney Stones remedy using kidney beans
Remove the beans from the kidney beans pods. Boil 50 gram of these pods (chopped) in four litre of water for six hours. Strain the liquid should through a muslin and cool the liquid for about 6 hours. Drink a glass of this decoction every two hours throughout the day for the first day and, then, several times a week.

Herbal remedy
Chinese have been using the herb, “Chicken Bone Grass” for the treatment of kidney stones and gallstones.
Mix 3 oz pineapple juice, 3 oz tonic water, a pinch of nutmeg and a pinch of cinnamon and drink in the morning and night for 4-5 days.

Other helpful foods
Basil, celery, watermelon and grapes are beneficial for curing the problem of kidney stones.

Follow the following eating/drinking guidelines for prevention or to dissolve kidney stones. These will not treat your kidney stones but will actually prevent the formation of stones.

Drink plenty of water and other fluids, up to 3 litres daily.
Avoid foods like alcoholic and carbonated beverages; condiments and pickles; certain vegetables like asparagus, beans, cabbage, cauliflower, cucumber, radish, spinach, tomato, onion, rhubarb and meat.

Follow a low protein diet. Excessive protein can increase uric acid, calcium and phosphorus in the urine.

Reduce calcium and phosphates in supplement form. They can be taken from dietary sources.

Do not take vitamin C supplements.

A diet low in protein, nitrogen and sodium intake.
Remain physically active. Physical activity does not allow the calcium to accumulate in the kidneys.

Eat foods high in vitamin A such as apricots, broccoli, cantaloupes, carrots, pumpkins, sweet potatoes, etc.

Vitamin B6 or pyridoxine has been shown to be useful in the treatment of kidney stones. A daily does of 100 to 150 mg of vitamin B6 or pyridoxine may be taken for months for permanent cure of kidney stones. Consult your Doctor before starting any supplements.

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