With the advent of the dialysis machine, which only works on symptoms, it stands to reason that it is imperative that we learn how to take care of our own health. The Lord God said “the leaves are for the healing of the Nations.” EZ:47:12. Common Sense™ “Kidney Health” is a great place to start for maintaining healthy kidneys as well as repairing damaged ones. This combination includes the following ingredients:
are primarily used as a diuretic (for water retention) in herbal formulas designed to treat kidney and bladder problems. The volatile oils in Juniper Berries increase the rate of kidney filtration, thereby increasing urine flow and helping the elimination of harmful bacteria from the kidneys and bladder. Juniper Berries strengthen and tone the entire urinary tract, therefore, known as nature’s answer to the dialysis machine.
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is helpful for relieving problems associated with kidney infections, bladder infections, kidney stones, nephritis, urinary tract infections (UTI), prostate inflammation/enlargement, diarrhea, hemorrhoids, spleen, pancreas, and small intestine disorders. Uva Ursi contains allantoin, which is an agent that speeds up the healing process while alkalizing the body. In addition, it is also sometimes used as a tonic, detoxifying the urinary system and thus improving overall health. For females, it is useful for dysmenorrhea, cystitis, and bloating associated with menstruation. It may also help problems with bed wetting and minimize excessive vaginal discharge. It is used in this combination because of its ability to strengthen and tone the kidneys.
is used to gently support and maintain healthy kidneys, bladder, and gastrointestinal activity. It is particularly effective as a natural support for respiratory system complaints, including bronchitis and asthma. It is largely used to treat inflammation and ulceration of the digestive tract, as well as mucous of the pharynx associated with dry cough. It is very soothing and healing in female problems along with treating cystitis and hiatal hernia. Marshmallow is a great natural source of nourishing polysaccharides, bioflavonoids, amino acids, vitamins and minerals.
has remarkable nutritional value, being very high in vitamins A, B, and C, with more beta carotene than carrots and more potassium than broccoli or spinach. Not to mention healthy doses of iron and copper for good measure. Dandelion is considered very safe and effective as a general tonic that helps strengthen the kidney, liver, gallbladder, pancreas, spleen, stomach, and intestines. It improves bile flow and reduces inflammation in cases of hepatitis and cirrhosis. It also helps to build hydrochloric acid in the stomach to help us digest our food. Dandelion also helps to dissipate gallstones and believed to improve kidney function, thereby improving overall health and clearing skin problems. It is an herb used for building the blood; the blood is the life of the flesh. Every ninety days we generate new blood, therefore, it will help to get rid of anemia in as little as 90 days, if taken faithfully
is primarily used in relieving congestion of kidney and elimination of gallstones. It is excellent as a diuretic and removes obstructions in the liver and spleen. It helps to purify the blood and accelerate the excretion of toxins from the body. Parsley Leaves may also ease bloating, reduce excess water weight, and improve urination when it is painful or incomplete. Parsley Leaves are believed to lower blood pressure, reduce the heart rate and relieve hypertension because of its diuretic properties. It helps prevent tumors, and alleviates after birth pains. It is highly nutritious and provides a good source of iron (important for the proper formation of red blood cells), potassium, calcium, manganese, and folic acid (which may help prevent cardiovascular disease). Parsley Leaves works to normalize a delayed menstruation and is said to have a toning effect on the uterus, as well as on the prostate in men.
helps flush toxins out of the urinary system. It prevents Escherichia coli bacteria (the ones that most frequently cause urinary tract infections) from adhering to the urethra and bladder. If bacteria can’t stick, they get washed out by urination and can’t infect tissue. Cranberries are a healthy source of antioxidants that support healthy aging and cardiovascular health. Historically, Cranberries were used for a variety of problems, such as wounds, diarrhea, diabetes, stomach ailments, and liver problems. It contains tannins that may reduce the bacteria that cause dental plaque, therefore being a preventative measure against gingivitis. It also helps to reduce the levels of “bad cholesterol” or bring low-density lipoproteins (LDL) in the blood to normal levels.
helps to relax the organs in order to release toxins more efficiently. Catnip is known to naturally ease panic attacks, anxiety, stress, and headaches from tension. This herb is very effective for managing stress, as well as alleviating coughs. It opens obstructions of the lungs and controls shortness of breath. Catnip is good for promoting sleep while relieving digestive issues such as: an upset stomach, nausea, gas, and diarrhea. Catnip has a diaphoretic effect (increasing perspiration without raising body temperature) and antipyretic effect (anti-fever). It is especially good for small children and babies. Catnip may prevent miscarriages and premature births. It is an excellent herb for overall liver health, whether you are an adult or a child.
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