What is the best medicine for kidney stones relief ?
Q:What is the best medicine for kidney stones relief ?
More Answers to “What is the best medicine for kidney stones relief ?“I was at the Er today and im passing a 5mm stone. I was givin lortab 10/500 and tordol. It is bearable right now. Honestly I think the tordol is helping more than anyhting..Goodluck
Have you already gone through the full kidney and colon cleansing processes? Kidney cleanse is any procedure that involves drinking a huge amount of liquid, and taking care what you are eating. Just a better diet with more water can be enough! But, also any form of bowel cleansing will also help kidneys! The Master Cleanse Lemonade Diet is also a Kidney cleanse, juice fasting is also a kidney cleanse, and any other form of fasting that incorporates a lot of liquids, will in the same time clean a kidney. Do you need special herbs? Only if you have acute lower back pain, clear symptom of Kidney stones (sharp glass like crystals, made of phosphoric acid, or sometimes may include other acids). In special occasions, you can get a kidney stone crystallized in less then a few days ! To melt a stone/stones, you may need a few weeks, or one day with the Watermelon Cleanse. Recipes for Kidney Cleanse: Herbal Kidney Clease Watermelon Cleanse Water Cure More on kidney cleanse herbs Herbal Kidney Cleanse Designed by Dr. Hulda Clark from her book “The Cure for All Disease”, explains in detail how to cleanse the kidneys, and her cleansing program will get rid of most if not all the stones, WITHOUT surgery. Ingredients: 1/2 cup dried Hydrangea root 1/2 cup Gravel root 1/2 cup Marshmallow root 4 bunches of fresh parsley Goldenrod tincture (leave this out of the recipe if you are allergic to it) Ginger Capsules Uva Ursi capsules Vegetable glycerine Vitamin B6 250mg Magnesium oxide 300mg or 1/4 cup Green Drink Beverage Measure ¼ cup of each root and set them to soak, Together in 10 cups of cold tap water, using a non-metal container and a non-metal lid (a dinner plate will do). After four hours (or over night), bring liquid with soaked herbs to a boil and simmer for 20 minutes. Drink a ¼ cup as soon as it is cool enough. Pour the rest in through a bamboo or plastic strainer into a sterile pint jar (glass) and several freezable containers. Refrigerate the glass jar. Find fresh parsley at a grocery store that does not spray its produce (ask the owner). Boil the fresh parsley, after rinsing, in 1 quart of water for 3 minutes. Strain out the liquid, then drink ¼ cup when cool enough. Refrigerate a pint and freeze 1 pint. Put the cooked parsley in your compost bucket. Dose: each morning, pour together ¾ cup of the root mixture and ½ cup parsley water, filling a large mug. Add 20 drops of goldenrod tincture and 1 tbs. of glycerin. Drink this mixture in divided doses throughout the day. Keep cold. Do not drink it all at once or you will get a stomach ache and feel pressure in the bladder. If your stomach is very sensitive, start on half this dose. Save the roots after the first boiling, storing them in the freezer. After 13 days when your supply runs low, boil the same roots a second time, but add only 6 cups water and simmer only 10 minutes. This will last another 8 days, for a total of three weeks. You may cook the roots a third time if you wish, but the recipe gets less potent. If your problem is severe, only cook them twice. After three weeks, repeat with fresh herbs. You need to do the kidney cleanse for six weeks to get good results, longer for severe problems. Also take: Ginger capsules: one with each meal (3/day). Uva Ursi capsules: one with breakfast and two with supper Vitamin B6 (250mg): one per day Magnesium oxide (300mg): one a day Take these supplements just before your meal to avoid burping. Some notes on this recipe: this herbal tea, as well as the parsley, can easily spoil. Heat it to boiling every fourth day if it is being stored in the refrigerator; this resterilizes it. If you sterilize it in the morning you may take it to work without refrigerating it (use a glass container). There are probably dozens of herbs that can dissolve kidney crystals and stones. If you can only find several of those in the recipe, make the recipe anyway; it will just take longer to get results. Remember that vitamin B6 and magnesium taken daily can prevent oxalate stones from forming. But only if you stop drinking regular tea and cocoa. Tea has 15.6 mg oxalate acid per cup. A tall glass of iced tea could give you over 20 mg oxalate acid. Switch to herb teas. Cocoa and chocolate, also, have too much oxalate acid to be used as beverages. Remember too that phosphate crystals are made when you eat too much phosphate. Phosphate levels are high in meats, breads, cereals, pastas, and carbonated drinks, eat less of these, and increase your milk (2%), fruits and vegetables. Drink at least 2 pints of water per day. You can dissolve all your kidney stones in 3 weeks, but make new ones in 3 days if you are drinking tea and cocoa and phosphate beverages. Cleanse your kidneys at least twice a year. http://www.falconblanco.com/health/clean.kidney cleansehttp://www.curezone.com/cleanse/kidney/d.http://www.ehow.com/how_12678_kidney-cle.http://www.healingdaily.com/colon-kidney.http://www.healthfree.com/cleansing_prog.
Last time I had a bad one and had to have surgery. The surgeon commented that in some European countries, the first thing someone will get when entering a hospital complaining of kidney stones is a large glass of warm ale. Cheers ! Obviously, fluids, fluids, fluids is the only way to try to flush them out naturally. I think the idea behind the ale is it tends to relax the muscles and also is a mild pain-killer.
Getting the stone out…and lotsa narcotics.By the way, excessive Vitamin C consumption CAUSES kidney stones. So ignore some of the previous “advice”.
All I know from my experience, I read somewhere Magnesuim and I cannot remember b12 or b6 to break down the kidney stone. Drink a lot of water and avoid tea at all cost.
depends on the type of kidney stone.. there are small gravel type stones, and there are the kind that is like one huge tree trunk type that is one whole stone with branches filling up the tubes going out. Usually with small gravel stones, you can do a cleanze by drinking 1/4 cup of lemon juice and 1/4 cup olive oil at night and the next day you will have a slight painful day of urinating and peeing out small stones, but if its the tree branch type, you need to see a doctor.. So since you obviously dont know, its best to let the professionals help you. You might do more harm if you try to self medicate yourself. You wouldnt want your kidney to explode or die on you would you?
Homeopathic Cure for Kidney Stones :-1. SILICEA 6X2. KALI PHOS 6X3. MAG PHOS 6X4. CAL FLOUR 6XFour tablets each of the above Cell Salts together with BERBERIS VULGARIS “Q” (Mother Tincture) 20 drops in a half a cup of hot water thrice a day half hour before or after meals will dissolve and cure Kidney Stones. Keep me posted about your progress after taking them for a week.Take care and God Bless you
Hi PreityHere are some remedies to correct your issue.CauseKidney stones are more common during the summer, possibly due to concentrated urine caused by increased sweating and insufficient fluid intake. In general, mild chronic dehydration can play a role in the development of kidney stones. Chronic stress can also play a role. Kidney stones that are high in calcium may be a signal of hyperparathyroidism (excessive secretion of parathyroid hormone). In serious cases of kidney stones an ultrasound that fractionalizes and breaks down the stones may be advised. See your medical doctor for more information about this. ——————————.Natural CuresAromatherapy: Hyssop and juniper essential oils can be helpful. Ayurveda: Cumin, coriander, and fennel tea. Drink one cup three times a day. Diet: Diet alone cannot get rid of the stones. Higher-than-normal levels of oxalate related to a diet high in oxalic containing foods, such as rhubarb, spinach, leafy vegetables, and coffee, can promote kidney stone formation. High levels of dietary refined carbohydrates can also cause kidney stones. Sugar stimulates the pancreas to release insulin, causing increased calcium excretion through the urine. Other dietary factors that cause increased calcium excretion in the urine and promote stone formation are increased intakes of coffee, colas, acid-forming diets (such as high protein and grains), insufficient water intake, and excessive salt consumption. Soft drinks containing phosphoric acid can also encourage the formation of kidney stones and should be completely eliminated. The most important dietary actions are to increase your intake of pure filtered water, fiber, and green vegetables, and reduce refined sugar consumption. Foods that are helpful in decreasing kidney stone formation include cranberries, black cherries, rice bran, kombucha tea. In addition to avoiding sugar, also avoid or reduce your intake of salt, dairy products, caffeine, alcohol, refined carbohydrates, nuts, chocolate, pepper, and animal proteins. Herbs: Combine the tinctures of gravel root, cornsilk, wild yam, and blackhaw in equal parts and take one teaspoon of this mixture three times a day. Or drink one cup of an infusion of nettle three times a day. Other useful herbs include uva ursi, horsetail, and dandelion root. Homeopathy: Berberis, and Sarsaparilla are both useful homeopathic remedies. Hydrotherapy: Hydrotherapy is the application of water, ice, steam and hot and cold temperatures to maintain and restore health. Treatments include full body immersion, steam baths, saunas, sitz baths, colonic irrigation and the application of hot and/or cold compresses. Hydrotherapy is effective for treating a wide range of conditions and can easily be used in the home as part of a self-care program. Many Naturopathic Physicians, Physical Therapists and Day Spas use Hydrotherapy as part of treatment. I suggest several at-home hydrotherapy treatments. Juice Therapy: The following juices can help stimulate the overall health of the urinary tract and potentially flush out the stones: lemon juice; carrot, beet, and cucumber juice with a dash of garlic and/or horseradish; and/or cranberry and watermelon juice.Nutritional Supplementation: Helpful nutrients include: magnesium, vitamin B6, vitamin C (keep your total daily intake below 6 grams to avoid increasing oxalate formation), vitamin A, proteolytic enzymes (away from meals), raw kidney glandulars, fat-soluble chlorophyll, lipoic acid, and the amino acids glutamic acid, lysine, and methionine.Best of health to youCheers