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    Thumbs up wat herb, supp, are u using for ur kidneys?

    l- carnitine? cranberry friut extract. does anyone have a better thing they can help me get for my creatinine levels? i would be highly appricate it.?


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    Best thing we AAS users can do for our kidneys is keep blood pressure in check. High blood pressure over time damages the delicate tubes in our kidneys. Hope that helped a bit.

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    ^^^^^^your wright about that brother!!!


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    L-carnitine is what I just started unc and its top notch. Here are a few more brother.


    WATER

    - Dehydration WILL cause a tight kidney feeling! Then kidney Failure!

    Vitamin C

    - Vitamin C = Healthy immune system, Healthy immune system helps promote a healthy kidney.

    Applecider vineger-

    - Applecider vineger balance's acid alkaline levels. (1-2 TP 3x Week 1, 1 TP 1x Week or EOW)

    Dandelion

    - Dandelion is commonly referred to as lion's tooth or blowball. Native American and Arabic medical practitioners have used it throughout history as a treatment for spleen, liver and kidney disease. Its primary use remains the same today. Often the entire plant, though more commonly the leaves and roots, is used either fresh or dried in extracts, capsules and teas. Some individuals are allergic to the plant, and it will occasionally cause stomach upset and diarrhea.
    Cat's Claw

    - Cat's claw has been utilized for centuries as a tonic for kidney health. It grows exclusively in the Amazon rain forest where ancient medicine men as far back as the Incas believed in its healing properties. It's currently being studied as a possible treatment for many diseases including HIV, Alzheimer's, arthritis and cancer. While there is some evidence that cat's claw stimulates the immune system, an apparent positive for those with kidney problems, specialists are concerned that such stimulation could actually be damaging to those experiencing kidney health issues. Additionally, the herb has been used for both the prevention and the abortion of pregnancies, so those wishing to become pregnant or who may be pregnant should avoid this woody vine.

    Hawthorne

    - Hawthorne is a spiny shrub related to the rose family. Ancient medical practitioners dating to the first century B.C.E. were known to have used it for prevention of both kidney and heart ailments. These two issues go hand-in-hand, as heart disease is the number one cause of death for those who develop kidney disorders. Both the leaf and flower are used to make a liquid extract with alcohol and water. Today, researchers are focusing primarily on its benefits to those with heart disease. The National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine says that there is enough scientific evidence to support its benefit in mild forms of heart disease but cite insufficient studies as to its effectiveness with more severe heart issues.

    Kidney Stones

    -Goldenrod, cranberry and rose hips are natural herbs used in the prevention and treatment of kidney stones. Since these stones are largely collections of calcium deposits, it's believed that extracts from these herbs may help stop the development of stones by minimizing accumulation of calcium in the urinary tract. Lemon juice is also said to be effective in the treatment of kidney stones. However, rather than serving as a deterrent to their formation, it acts more as a pain reliever by helping to dissolve the stones as they are being passed.

    Those experiencing no kidney disorders, but simply wishing to maintain kidney health, may look at dandelion, cat's claw, rose hips, cranberry, goldenrod and hawthorne as some of the primary herbs believed by natural health practitioners to contribute to overall kidney vitality. It's important to keep in mind that many of these are diuretics and will flush water from the body, an effect that those suffering from kidney disease may wish to avoid.

    Couch grass


    -Couch grass is a diuretic and the mucilage helps soothe an inflamed and irritated urinary tract. It also helps heal the urinary tract.
    Couch grass increases the amount of urine by the osmotic process. It has some active constituents with an antibiotic effect, and can be used in gout and rheumatism. It is also used in cystitis, prostatitis, nephritis, calculus (stones), urethritis, and benign prostatic hypertrophy.
    Uva Ursi (Bearberry)


    - Uva ursi is a urinary antiseptic, and an astringent herb. It has an antibacterial effect on the kidney, that is effective against e. coli, proteus, klebsiella, staphyloccocus, and pseudomonas. The antibacterial effect is at its strongest 3 to 4 hours after taking the herb, as some of the active constituents are converted in the kidneys to activate the antiseptic effect.
    Uva ursi is used in cystitis, urethritis, prostatitis and dysuria. But it is not to be used in kidney diseases, or if the infection has progressed up the urinary tract.
    Horsetail


    - Horsetail is high in silica, and is used as an astringent in the genito-urinary tract. It is also a diuretic. It has been found to reduce the levels of lead in the body, and there is "evidence of an anti-rheumatic effect and a positive effect on lipid [fat] metabolism". (Fisher and Painter)
    The increased volume of urine helps flush out irritants and infectious agents. The astringent action may help with bladder tone and the reduction of prostate enlargement. The high levels of silica help with tissue repair.
    Horsetail is used in cystitis, prostatitis, prostatic enlargement, incontinence, edema with menopause or arthritis, and urethritis. It helps prevent damage to the ureters, bladder, and urethra, and the prostate.
    Parsley


    - Parsley is an excellent diuretic and as such it is used for edema and urinary stones. It is believed to increase the elimination of waste products like urea, and other acidic metabolites, and thus used for gout and arthritis. Parsley should not be used in pregnancy, nor is it recommended in painful menstrual periods. It is fine for nursing mothers, however, and is believed to encourage milk production. Fresh parsley is very nutritious.
    Nettle


    - Nettle is highly nutritious, with vitamins and minerals including chlorophyll and beta carotene, vitamins A, B2, C and E, calcium, potassium, and iron.
    Nettle has been proven to increase the elimination of the waste product, uric acid. It is a diuretic, and has been found successful in managing the symptoms of benign prostatic hypertrophy, particularly in combination with saw palmetto.
    Nettle has an antibacterial effect, and has been found to be effective against staphylococci and other bacteria. It is useful in arthritis and rheumatic problems because it helps get rid of metabolic wastes. It is also used in chronic cystitis.
    Corn Silk


    - Corn silk has a lot of vitamin K and potassium. It is used for acute or chronic inflammation of the urinary tract, cystitis, prostatitis, night time urination, and urethritis. Corn silk is not a well studied herb, but it is a diuretic. In China, it is used for edema. It also has antiseptic properties, and is soothing to the urinary tract.

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    persian comes through again. nice fucking post ill get some as my creatinine is high but my bun is low dont make sense but aas do false positive blood work.


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