Kidney Support Formula
Kidney Support Formula
• Helps the kidneys eliminate toxins.
• Provides nutritional support for the kidneys.
• Flushes excess uric acid.
• Promotes a normal urinary tract.
• Supports normal fluid balance.
About 80 percent of your body is liquid. Most of this fluid must be pumped and filtered through your kidneys. An intricate web of tubules, loops, and capsules, your kidneys are the most complex organs in your body. Think for a moment about all the foods you consume, liquids you drink, and even the chemicals you breathe every day. Many of the toxins in your system are eventually filtered through your hard-working kidneys.
Milk Thistle Powder
concentrates in kidney cells where it helps repair and regenerate protein enzymes and DNA. One study indicated that it increased kidney cell replication by 25-30% over control groups. This is extremely important for individuals who have suffered mild to severe kidney damage from infections, kidney stone formation or environmental toxins.
The kidneys are one of the major organs that are damaged by chemotherapy agents. Research has shown that the major compounds in milk thistle protect the kidneys from these dangerous drugs. In particular, they protect the cell membrane of the kidney cells allowing for healthy cell receptor activity.
Blessed Thistle Powder
Blessed thistle is a plant. People use the flowering tops, leaves, and upper stems to make medicine. Blessed thistle was commonly used during the Middle Ages to treat the bubonic plague and as a tonic for monks.
Today, blessed thistle is used for loss of appetite and indigestion; and to treat colds, cough, fever, bacterial infections, and diarrhea. It is also used as a diuretic for increasing urine output.
Chanca Piedra Powder
Chanca piedra is an herb. The whole plant is used to make medicine.
Chanca piedra is used for various disorders of the urinary tract including infections, pain and swelling (inflammation), kidney stones, and discharge from the urethra. It is also used for digestive tract disorders including gas, loss of appetite, stomachache, intestinal infections, constipation, and dysentery.
While many people think of the dandelion (Taraxacum officinale) as a pesky weed, it is chock full of vitamins A, B, C, and D, as well as minerals, such as iron, potassium, and zinc.
Traditionally, dandelion has been used as a diuretic, to increase the amount of urine and eliminate fluid in your body. It has been used for many conditions where a diuretic might help, such as liver problems and high blood pressure.
Yellow Dock Root
Traditionally, yellow dock root has been thought to be a blood purifier and general detoxifier, especially for the liver. The herb, properly known as Rumex crispus, supports detoxification from a few angles. First off, yellow dock root stimulates bile production, which helps digestion, particularly of fats. Yellow dock root can stimulate a bowel movement to help remove lingering waste from your intestinal tract; it also increases the frequency of urination to assist in toxin elimination. Maintaining an efficient rate of waste elimination can help prevent toxins from accumulating in the liver, gallbladder, and bloodstream and circumvent the associated problems.
Oregon Grape Powder
Oregon grape is a plant. The root and root-like stem (rhizome) are used to make medicine. Oregon grape is used for stomach ulcers, gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), stomach upset, as a bitter tonic, to treat infections, and to cleanse the bowels.
Buckthorn Bark Powder
Officially, Buckthorn Bark has been used medicinally since the 1600's, when it was listed in a primary medical reference, the London Pharmacopeia. Although most herbs have a wide variety of traditional uses, Buckthorn throughout its history has been consistently used for one ailment, constipation and its by-products (hemorrhoids and anal irritation). The tannins in Buckthorn bark are believed to have herbal astringent properties and have been used to treat hemorrhoids. Because this herb has such powerful laxative actions, people with gastrointestinal problems, such as ulcers, colitis, should not use Buckthorn Bark. It also stimulates the production of bile secretions, which promote healthy gallbladder and liver functions, helping to treat problems like cirrhosis, jaundice, hepatitis and gallstones. The herb is also used to ease abdominal bloating.
Cascara Sagrada Powder
Cascara sagrada is also known by the names California buckthorn, bearberry, yellow bark, and sacred bark, as well as chittem and chitticum in the Chinook jargon of the Pacific Northwest.
The bark comes from a tree called the California buckthorn. This tree grows on the West Coast of the United States and parts of South America. Historically, it was used by Native Americans to treat a host of issues, including: constipation, digestive problems, joint and muscle pain, gonorrhea, gallstones & dysentery.
Agrimony Herb Powder
Agrimony is an herb. People dry the parts of the herb that grow above the ground to make medicine.
Agrimony is used for sore throat, upset stomach, mild diarrhea, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), diabetes, gallbladder disorders, fluid retention, cancer, tuberculosis, bleeding, corns, and warts; and as a gargle, heart tonic, sedative, and antihistamine.
Queen of the meadows Powder
Meadowsweet is a plant. The parts that grow above the ground are used to make medicine.
Meadowsweet is used for colds, bronchitis, upset stomach, heartburn, peptic ulcerdisease, and joint disorders including gout. It is also used to increase urine output and kill germs in the urine of people with bladder infections.
How does it work?
Meadowsweet contains tannins, which might decrease inflammation (swelling) and decrease mucus (phlegm). It also has small amounts of salicylates, which are similar to aspirin.