Flush Kidney Stones – Naturally!


Kidney stones can be excruciatingly painful. A kidney stone is a solid mass made up of tiny crystals and proteins. One or more stones can be in the kidney or ureter at the same time. They can range in size from tiny grains like sand all the way up to golf ball size, which totally block the passage of urine. These stones can affect both men and women but tend to be more common in men between the ages of 20-30.

How do you know if the pain you are experiencing is being caused by kidney stones? You may not experience any symptoms at all at first or until the stones move down the ureter tubes and into the bladder. With kidney stones pain my come on suddenly and be felt in the belly or side of your back, it may also appear in the groin area or testicles. Other symptoms may include: Abnormal urine color, blood in the urine, chills, fever, nausea and vomiting.

If you make a trip in to your doctor, they will likely run blood tests in order to check levels of calcium, phosphorus, uric acid and electrolyte levels as well as kidney function tests, urinalysis, and even CT scans, MRI and X-Rays. He or she will likely suggest that you drink 6-8 glasses of water a day, antibiotics, diuretics, phosphate solutions, water pills, or even surgery…

There are a few home remedies that can be tried before resorting to surgery.

The first, Coke and Asparagus – How it works: On an empty stomach, drink 6 cans of warm Coke (72 ounces) (*Pepsi doesn’t work) over the course of 2 hours. Quickly steam or boil 8 oz of asparagus, and puree in the blender. Within 5 minutes of drinking the last can of Coke, eat the asparagus puree slowly. The remedy should begin working immediately and the stones should pass in much smaller particles within a few hours. Drink as much distilled water after the asparagus as you can both to flush the stones out, and to keep you hydrated. Why this works: The acidity of Coke, combined with the healthy folic acid rich asparagus, create one powerful substance which breaks down the stones and causes a diuretic effect to get them out of the body.

The second remedy – Apple Cider Vinegar, Olive Oil and Lemon Juice.
Directions: Mix 2oz of olive oil and 2oz. fresh lemon juice. Drink down. 2 hours later drink 2 oz. of apple cider vinegar. Drink as much distilled water as you can. You should see results in 3-5 hours. Why this works: The apple cider vinegar and lemon juice serve to break down the stone, the olive oil acts as a lubricant, allowing the pieces to pass more easily without pain.

And the third method – Common household baking soda (sodium bicarbonate). According to drugs.com the suggested dosage is 325-2000 mg 1-4 times a day to alkalize the urine. This translates to about ¼ teaspoon every 4 hours. Your urine should become cloudy as evidence that they are breaking up and passing. Pain should start to diminish the first day and there after. Make sure to drink as much distilled water as you can to expedite the process.

Whichever method you use to rid yourself of kidney stones, we always believe the natural way should be tried first before surgery. Your body’s natural state is health. Sometimes it just needs a little help to return to it.

Once you have rid yourself of the stones, make sure to drink plenty of water, lemon water will help you to keep new stones from forming. Drink as little soda as possible, as well as caffeinated coffee and tea, and we also recommend that you help your kidney’s get back to health with a little support: http://www.hcbl.com/product/Kidney-Flush/

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About Sarah

My name is Sarah J. Barendse and I am a Natural Health Advocate. I have happily taken over writing the blog for HCBL as of September 2011. We love and appreciate our clients and gladly take requests for blog topics you would like to read about. So feel free to email me! Graphics@HCBL.com *Disclaimer: This blog is only my opinion. It is not medical advice or diagnosis. Only opinions based upon our own personal experiences or information detailed in medical/academic journals or other publications is cited. WE DO NOT OFFER MEDICAL ADVICE or prescribe any treatments. Please consult with a medical professional before making any diet or nutrition changes. Sincerely, Sarah
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