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How to Remove Kidney Stones
Posted on 05 December 2016 01:50 PM

I am looking for a natural way to remove kidney stones and to prevent them from reoccurring.

The basic principle is to get lots of fluid going through your kidneys that dilutes the minerals in the urine that makes the stones. The treatment summary is:

Drink Water, eat melons, cleanse your kidneys, avoid dehydration, avoid coffee, avoid chocolate, avoid industrial products, improve your diet, improve your lifestyle: Walk a couple of miles a day, drink water as above, get 8 hours sleep a night. Sleep time before midnight is worth twice the sleep time after midnight. (It has to do with when the body makes your melatonin) Eat unrefined whole plant foods. Forgive your enemies and think happy thoughts every day!

Drink water: Drink 1/2 your body weight (in pounds) of water in ounces, daily. Example 180 lb = 90 oz. of water daily. Divide that into 8 or 10 oz. glasses (10-11 glasses) and that's how many glasses you will need to drink, daily. Use 1/4 tsp. of salt for every quart of water you drink. Use salt liberally with food. As long as you drink the water, you can use the salt. Avoid caffeinated or alcoholic drinks. These are diuretics and will dehydrate you. Every 6 oz. of caffeine or alcohol requires an additional 10 to 12 oz. of water to rehydrate you. Eat melons: Any melon will do – watermelons are as good as any.

Cleanse your Kidneys:

Watermelon Seed Tea for Kidney Stones

Watermelon seed tea is a diuretic recommended in the Cayce readings, particularly as a stimulant to cleanse and purify the kidneys and bladder.

INDICATIONS AND USAGE

Watermelon seed tea was specifically recommended by Edgar Cayce for kidney stones. It was also suggested to stimulate underactive kidneys.

CONTRAINDICATIONS

No known contraindications.

DOSAGE AND ADMINISTRATION

At least once a day, three days a week, take watermelon seed tea prepared by pouring a pint of boiling water over a tablespoonful of watermelon seed (ground or cut) and allowing it to steep. Let it cool, then strain and drink. If practical, the tea should be made fresh for each use. This would be prepared by pouring a pint of boiling water over a tablespoonful of watermelon seed (ground or cut) and allowing it to steep. Let it cool, then strain and drink. This will clarify those conditions that cause reactions in the kidneys and bladder, for, the lack of eliminations and the slowing up of the circulation causes a greater concentration of minerals to be held in the system, and these need to be eliminated from the body. More will be eliminated through using this stimuli for the kidney activity than in most any way.

Celery Seed Tea

At least once a day, three days a week, take Celery seed tea prepared by pouring a pint of boiling water over a tablespoonful of Celery seeds (freshly ground or cut) and allowing it to steep. Let it cool, then strain and drink. If practical, the tea should be made fresh for each use. It is very potent in case of kidney stones, and chronic kidney diseases.

Avoid in pregnancy because it is a uterine stimulant! Celery seeds have a direct action on the kidneys, increasing the elimination of water and speeding up the clearance of accumulated toxins from the joints and so is of benefit in any oedematous condition that accompanies arthritis. It is often administered with Taraxacum radix (Dandelion) to increase the efficiency of elimination by both the kidneys and the liver.

Corn-silk Tea

A great single herb for increasing urine flow and restoring the kidneys. Corn-silk tea can be made from fresh or dried tassels, fresh being preferred. Tea made from the silky strands helps eliminate excess water and calm cramps. Extract made from the fresh silk can be added to other herbal teas and cranberry juice when treating bladder and kidney problems. Corn-silk is effective as a general kidney tonic. It is gentle enough to be used as a long term medicine.



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