Chronic Kidney Inflammation

 

The Kidney Inflammation disease occurs as a result of untreated and abandoned acute inflammation of the kidneys.

Thus, any chronic kidney inflammation is preceded by acute renal inflammation. The most frequent and earliest sign of the disease is frequent urination at night, which interrupts sleep. Patients are pale yellow, and they complain on decreased appetite and fatigue. There is blood in the urine, strong headaches appear and blood pressure usually rises. After several years of illness, strong swelling has appears as a sign of considerable renal failure.

 

Treatment

Composition of the tea:

  • 50 g couch grass (underground part).
  • 50 g stems of horse tail.
  • 40 g leaves and flowers of yarrow.
  • 40 g raw juniper berries.
  • 30 g raw fruits rose hip.
  • 30 g stems of wild thyme.
  • 30 g stems of breckland thyme.
  • 30 g leaves plantago lanceolata.
  • 30 g flax seed.
  • 30 g leaves of comfrey.
  • 20 g roots of valeriana.

 

Preparation and purpose of tea:

 

It’s all the same as when treating acute kidney inflammation, instead of drinking water, drinks light tea prepared from a mixture of equal quantities of yarrow, smooth rupturewort, bearberry and horse tail. Patients can sweeten it with honey if they do not suffer from diabetes. Drink cold tea with a little lemon juice. In the mornings and in the evening, smear the back, groins and small of the back with lukewarm rakia; rub it well until it’s dry. After that, rinse the linen or cotton cloth with olive oil and cover the previously treated places, or wrap them with dry linen or cotton cloth. In addition to these medications and instructions, for all forms of kidney disease you can prepare these 3 additional recipes. Treatment lasts only 15 days.

 

Composition of the tea (1):

  • 20 g leaves plantago lanceolata.
  • 20 g leaves plantago major.
  • 20 g leaves and flowers of yarrow.
  • 10 g stems of breckland thyme.
  • 10 g leaves of parsley.
  • 10 g leaves of celery.
  • 10 g stems of wild thyme.

 

Preparation and purpose of the tea:

 

Wash the greens in cold water and dry on a clean canvas. Then chop them ant put them into a mortar. Add 250 grams of freshly pickled apple juice, Mix it all and squeeze through a three-layer transparent cloth (gauze) into a enameled pot. Add 500 g of natural honey and mix it well. Close the container and keep it in a cold place. Consume one table spoon, 8 times per day mixed with ½ dcl boiled and cooled water.

Diet and other instructions are the same as in the treatment of acute kidney inflammation.

 

Composition of the tea (2):

  • 20 g leaves and flowers of yarrow.
  • 20 g St John’s-wort (slightly more flowes).
  • 20 g leaves of pepermint.
  • 20 g wild thyme (slightly more flowes).
  • 20 g stems white mustard.
  • 20 g roots and “veins” of comfrey.

The preparation of the tea, the way of usage and all other instructions are the same as in the previous recipe.

 

Composition of the juice (3):

  • ½ dcl juice of beets.
  • ½ dcl juice of radishes.
  • ½ dcl pickled apple juice.
  • ½ dcl juice of cabbage.

 

Preparation and purpose of the juice:

 

Add 500 g of natural honey and mix it well. Close the container and keep it in a cold place. Consume one table spoon, 12 times per day mixed with ½ dcl tea from a mixture of the same amount of couch grass and breckland thyme.
Other instructions are the same as in the previous recipes.

 

 

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