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7 Best Herbs For Natural Kidney Cleansing

Health & Fitness - Tuesday, February 25, 2020 11:12:42 AM

1. Garlic
Garlic has a defensive effect on kidneys and other organs. Regular consumption lowers the concentration of lead and cadmium in kidneys, heart, liver, spleen, and bloodstream.Garlic not only helps you eliminate excess sodium from your body but also allicin, the active ingredient in garlic, has antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, and anti-fungal properties.

2. Turmeric
The active ingredient in turmeric is curcumin, which reduces the effect of inflammatory molecules and enzymes that trigger chronic kidney disease. Actually Curcumin holds back the growth and spread of all kinds of microbes, easing the strain on your kidneys. Turmeric contains a fair amount of potassium, which normally works with sodium to regulate the body’s fluid levels. Kidney disease makes it difficult for kidneys to balance potassium, so patients are often asked to limit their intake of it.

3. Ginger

Ginger contains a compound called gingerol that is known to prevent the spread of bacteria. This is helpful to overworked kidneys and liver. Gingerol is also a very effective means of support for healthy digestion and it decreases inflammation and pain all over the body. Ginger can help to control chronic high blood sugar which effects in damaging the kidneys. For this reason, regular ginger consumption is thought to reduce the incidence of kidney complications in people with diabetes.

4. Cranberry
Cranberries are an awesome fruit to add in any diet, even a low-potassium kidney diet. It is suggested for people with bladder infections because cranberries contain a type of phytonutrient (A-type proanthocyanidin), which stops bacteria from sticking to the lining of the urinary tract and kidneys. Cranberries can be added to daily diet because they are also low in sodium, phosphorus, and of course, potassium. Eating cranberries regularly, whether you have kidney disease or not, you can prevent urinary and bladder infections altogether. You can intake them whole, dried, or juiced.

5. Dandelion Root

Dandelions might drive you crazy when they take over your lawn, but these “weeds” actually have a lot of benefits. Dandelion root helps to cleanse both your kidneys and your liver. It is used in the treatment of jaundice, acne, and anemia as well as kidney and liver disorders. Dandelion root prevents irritation in the urinary tract. To consume dandelion root, most people make a tea of it. Boil them gently in water for 15 minutes or so, then strain and drink. You can eat dandelion leaves raw or cooked.
6. Parsley
It may seem pointless to finish a meal with a sprinkling of parsley, but a little bit of this herb actually helps to reduce the build-up toxins in your kidneys. Parsley contains compounds called apiol and myristicin, which are natural diuretics. You can also use it to prevent you from urinary tract infections and kidney stones. Parsley is not recommended for people with diabetes, as it may lower blood sugar.

7. Celery Root
Celery root has both potassium and sodium, which help kidneys to do their work properly. It also contains a lot of water which allows your body to flush out residual toxins.
Eating celery root, prevent bacterial infections of both kidneys and urinary tract.

 

 

 

Before you develop kidney disease or diabetes, If you add these 7 herbs into your daily diet, it can do great things for your kidneys. This is one of the natural, easiest and the best preventative measures to maintain the health of these vital organs. From spicy turmeric  and garlic to bitter dandelion, tart cranberries, and bland celery, there is an herbal solution suited to the tastes of anyone looking to maintain their kidney health.


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