7 Natural ways to Clean your Kidney

7 Natural ways to Clean your Kidney

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Your kidney should always be clean, otherwise you won’t believe what will befall you. There are 7 cheapest ways you can clean your kidney in a natural way, which almost every health practitioner would advise you to adopt.

Do you know that so long as you are alive our internal organs don’t stop or sleep? They work the rest of your life time to make the body clean and a life. Our kidneys are one of the hardest working organs of the body. Everyday our kidneys filter out about 200 quarts (30 gallons) of blood, while removing toxins and excess fluid from the bloodstream. Kidneys also monitor blood pressure, make red blood cells, regulate calcium to build strong bones, and balance out our electrolyte levels. With time, salt and poisons accumulates in our body and these overloads the kidneys and can damage it completely. You need to undergo cleaning therapy to help the kidneys function better.  Below are best and simple ways to clean your kidneys naturally.

Coriander Leaves (Dania): Parsley and Coriander Leaves (Dania) is known as best cleaning treatment for kidneys.

  • First take a bunch of parsley or Coriander Leaves (Dania) and wash it clean
    cut it in small pieces and put it in a pot and pour clean water, let it boil for ten minutes.
  • Let it cool, Drink one glass daily and you will notice all salt and other accumulated poison coming out of your kidney by urination.

Water: This is one of the simplest and most effective ways to keep your kidneys functioning at their best. Water dilutes the materials that lead to stones, and helps flush out existing stones and other toxins. Make sure you’re drinking enough water by assessing the colour of your urine.  If it’s straw coloured then you’re getting enough to meet your needs. Remember to drink a little more if you exercise vigorously, use a sauna or the weather heats up as you’ll be losing more fluid through extra sweating.

Cranberry Juice: Cranberry juice has been touted for years as support for the urinary tract. Research shows that cranberries can help fight against urinary tract infections, possibly by decreasing the adhesion of bacteria to the bladder and urethra Cranberries may also be helpful for cleansing the kidneys of excess calcium oxalate, one of the main contributors to kidney stones.

Beet Juice: Beets and beet juice contain betaine, a very beneficial phytochemical. It has antioxidant qualities and increases the acidity of urine. This can help clear calcium phosphate and struvite build-up from the kidneys. The removal of calcium in the kidneys promotes kidney function and decreases the likelihood of kidney stones.

Lemon Water: A warming glass of lemon water every morning provides a variety of health benefits. It can aid the kidneys on a few different levels. It helps them to filter blood and flushes them out.

  • Squeeze 4-5 lemons into a quart of cold water and drink up.
  • Warming beverage, squeeze one-quarter to one-half a lemon into 8 ounces of hot water and take early in the morning daily.

Juice Cleanses: Juice cleanses are all the rage, and with good reason. A juice cleanse combines the nutritional power of fruits and vegetables into one. The juice of vegetables and fruits is loaded with antioxidants and nutrients necessary for facilitating the removal of toxins. This helps take the strain off the liver, colon, and kidneys. Vegetables like celery, cucumber, zucchini, lettuce, carrots, kale, and spinach are great for juicing. For fruits, try apples, peeled oranges, pears, pineapple, and peaches.

Exercise: Exercise, particularly cardiovascular exercise in the form of running, swimming, Zumba etc., is vital for overall health. It keeps your heart healthy and ensures good blood flow to all the vital organs including the kidneys.

NB: There are many natural and safe ways to help detox your kidneys. Start off slow and let cleansing become part of your everyday routine. See how a cleaner body can change the way you feel and the way you think.

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