What foods or natural remedies would anyone recommend for good kidney health?
- janieLv 710 years agoFavorite Answer
you will find great help at this comprehensive program I did here
I would recommend Dr Schulze's 5 day kidney cleanse (his herbs are at herbdoc.com)
there are many foods, juices and herbs and other things listed in there
Off the top of my head add the mushrooms Agaricus bisporas extract and Cordyceps Mushroom - Premier Kidney and Lung Tonic mentioned in steps 3 and 4 (see that for why they are so good) , the coq10 (step 2) , the organic burdock root tincture, the organic parsley root tincture (steps 4 and 5) , the dandelion juice (step 10). juices (step 11) , diaphoretic teas (step 15) the hot saunas and the "works like a modern day kidney dialysis machine" suggestion (step 19 and 20) and those important kidney foods (step 16) etc
Also email me and I can send you the link to his incurables manual and video where he discusses his cleanse and there are also two free online books on it there by master healer of the incurables Dr Richard Schulze --25 ways to the cleanest kidneys and another one he did (name escapes me just now)..these are free for the reading just email me and ask for the links to his incurables and his two kidney books but definitely look over that links I gave. It took me months to compile and write all that.
Also alternative herbs help the kidneys by cleaning the blood although some work better for different organs. see Dr Christopher's book the school of natural healing for more info on various alternative herbs. I did go through this for my mom with kidney disease and felt the best was burdock root. This and parsley root helped her even when she had zero functioning in both kidneys (so much so that after 10 years of unsuccessfully trying, she finally decided to try what I know but unfortunately was killed by hospital while we were ordering the herbs.
Be sure your herbs or organic or wildcrafted (burdock is so plentiful you can harvest the root yourself and parsley root is sometimes sold at stores like meijer's in the produce dept (but not organic)
and also in the form of tinctures. The average dose for tinctures is 60 drops (2 dropperfuils) 3=5 times a day. If much above or below 150 email me for the rule for dosing (called Clark's rule also this is on curezone in Dr Schulze patient handbook in the table of contents under doing for children and animals)
Here is info I have been compiling yesterday on various types of herbs from gaines site etc
Herbs which purify the blood. They are also called blood sweeteners. Most alteratives promote the cleaning action of the spleen, liver, kidneys, and bowels. Alterative herbs are generally used over a long period of time, to allow for gradual detoxification of the entire bloodstream which will, in turn, improve digestion, assimilation, and glandular secretions.
Apparently, some alterative herbs contain hormones or hormone-like substances that act like endocrine secretions. Others seem to improve the function of the endocrine glands, so that they better produce their own secretions. A list of Alterative herbs is available.
The following herbs have alterative properties.
Oregon Grape Root
St. John's Wort
Never take capsules as they are rarely absorbed also organic or wildcrafted herbs can be 7-10 times higher in the phytochemcials that cure and prevent disease.
But for the most help go to that link..it has tons of foods etc that help the kidneys and though it is a lot of info to wade through it i most complete and helpful and recommended as valuable by the site.
Again go here
http://curezone.com/forums/fm.asp?i=1224263#i (info all the way to #36)==very long thread with a tons of info there is a section on there with foods for the kidneys also
and email me for the links ot those books on helping the kidneys (they are not that long)Source(s): 30 years study in alternative health, herbs and nutrition at least 10 years study on what helps the kidneys specifically due to my mother's illness
- Anonymous3 years ago
3Source(s): Beat Kidney Desease http://teres.info/KidneyHealth
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