The kidneys are the organs responsible for processing residues of all the body before eliminating them through the urinary system.
The kidneys have important tasks and, if they aren't healthy, you may put yourself at risk of dangerous conditions, like renal failure and other kidney diseases.
The primary and most known function of the kidneys is filtering the blood and excreting liquid residues. But they do much more than that.
As you can see, the kidneys are crucial for the body, and for them to work well in case of any issues, you need some natural medicines, such as:
Chanca piedra is extremely common and used for treating kidney stones. According to research, it relaxes the ureters that link the kidneys to the bladder and has an analgesic effect on the urinary system.
According to a study published by PubMed, parsley, rich in antioxidants and vitamins, does a natural cleanse in the kidneys. For centuries, parsley tea has been used as a diuretic that helps treat kidney stones, gallbladder stones, and urinary tract infections.
tea helps with kidney issues and is commonly used as an antihypertensive, depurative, and diuretic. Many people also use this plant to treat syphilis and liver, kidney, and skin issues. Especially kidney stones.
Commonly known as java, and with the scientific name of Orthosiphon aristatus, this plant is used to treat kidney stones and urinary tract infections thanks to its anti-inflammatory properties.
None of these teas is recommended for children under 6 years old or pregnant and nursing women. If you have kidney issues, talk to your doctor about these plants.
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