There are indeed some herbs that can support kidney function. You should choose herbs that are appropriate for you following your doctor’s advice. Here is a general introduction of sever Chinese herbs.
Ginger has been used as a spice and herb for centuries. Today, ginger can be found in its fresh root form, dried, in tea, as a concentrated liquid extract and in tablet or capsule form.
Ginger contain rich antioxidants that are beneficial for preventing or reducing inflammation so as to protect renal function.
Cinnamon contain rich fiber, iron and calcium and it has long been used to treat various problems such as cold, nausea, diarrhea, indigestion, and stomach bloating.
Cinnamon is also helpful for reducing high blood sugar and cholesterol level, which can prevent arteriosclerosis and maintain normal blood flow passing through the kidneys.
Nettle has long been used as a diuretic to remove excessive fluid from the body through the kidneys. This effect also makes nettle useful as adjunct therapy for treating urinary tract infections (UTIs), because it can increase urinary volume. It may also helpful for flushing bacteria out of the kidneys. The same as nettle, dandelion, poria cocos, rhizome of lalang, corn silk also are commonly used as diuretics.
A recent study has confirmed it to support the kidneys, as well as the liver and gastro-intestinal tract. It also offers potentials for blood sugar stabilization, antioxidant protection, and blood pressure stabilization.
Even though the list above herbs are good for kidneys, they have limited effects. While, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, a composition of hundreds of herbs, is more effective and natural, since it is used externally and can improve blood circulation and repairing damaged renal tissues.
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