How to relieve pain caused having kidney stones

January 11, 2016 painremedies Food health benefitsFruit NutritionsHealth BenefitsKidney

Renal calculus also known as kidney stone,is a solid material what is formed inside the th (15)kidneys from the minerals in the urine.

If not taken care of and grow to a sufficient size, kidney stones may cause blockageof the ureter that may lead to severe pain that may lead to surgery.  Kidney stones form when the kidneys are not able to process toxins efficiently.

If kidney stones grow, it may cause:

  • Bleeding inside kidney
  • Tumor in kidney
  • Urinary Tract Infections of UTI
  • Blood coagulation in kidney veins
  • Horseshoe kidney (where both kidneys fused together and form a horseshoe like structure)
  • Stone inside kidney
  • Enlarged prostate
  • Blocked or hindered flow of urine

Kidneys are one of the most important organs in our body that help to detox and filter impurities in the blood.

Here are symptoms of having kidney stones:

  • Pain in the lower back
  • Feverish feeling
  • Shivering with chills
  • Feeling fatigue
  • Loss of appetite
  • Burning sensation while urination
  • Bleeding while urinating
  • Foul smelling urine or often cloudy urine
  • Pain in the lower abdomen

Approximately 10% of the population develop kidney stones during their 20s.  Men get a higher percentage in developing stones in their kidneys than women.

But you can prevent kidney stones to develop with these natural remedies that you can use.

  • Water - is most essential for your kidneys. It helps flush toxins out of your body, effectively. Consume at least 8-10 glasses of water in a day.

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  • Lemon Juice, Olive Oil, and Raw Apple Cider Vinegar – Drink it straight and follow with a 12 ounce glass of purified water. Wait 30 minutes. Then, squeeze the juice of 1/2 lemon into 12 ounces of purified water, add 1 tablespoon of organic raw apple cider vinegar and drink. Repeat the lemon juice, water and apple cider vinegar recipe every hour until symptoms improve.

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  • Dandelion Root – dandelion root tea acts as a diuretic and cleanses the kidney, thereby relieving you from the pain.

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  •  Basil –  is regarded as a superb tonic for kidney pain and infections. Consume a tablespoon of basil juice mixed with equal quantities of honey for effective results. The treatment should be carried for around 5 months to get the desired results.

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  • Celery - has got antiseptic properties and can be really pain relieving. Celery juice helps in eliminating out the toxins from the body that causes the formation of oxalates.

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  •  Pomegranate Juice – the seeds and juice of pomegranates can be considered another natural remedy for kidney stones because of its sourness and astringent properties.

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  •  Kidney Beans – an effective urinary home remedy for kidney stones, traditionally the pods were used as a medicinal tonic. Remove the beans from inside the pods, and then boil the pods in purified hot water for six hours. This liquid can be strained through cheese cloth, cooled and taken throughout the day for one day to ease kidney stone pain.

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  •  Watermelon – is rich in potassium and is useful in removing stones that are composed of phosphates and carbonates. It also regulate the level of acidity in urine. Watermelon is the fruit with the highest level of water concentration.

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  • Magnesium supplements - 300 mg of magnesium orotate is recommended daily for prevention and reduction of stones.
  • Tomato Juice – drink a glass of tomato juice before you consume anything else, followed with a glass of water. It will help you in getting relief from the pain.

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