Birch Tea – Treats Kidney Stones, Cholesterol, Rheumatism and Edema

To prepare this urological tea that dissolves kidney stones and eliminates them without pain, you can use birch leaves or a mix of birch leaves, sap and bark. We recommend you a mixt tea including various plants with powerful diuretic effects.

Birch Tea - Treats Kidney Stones, Cholesterol, Rheumatism and Edema

Tea for Kidney Stones and Inflammations – Recipe

– Birch leaves (3 teaspoons)

– Elder leaves (2 teaspoon)

– Corn silk (1/2 teaspoon)

– Parsley (1/2 teaspoon)

– Nettle (1/2 teaspoon)

– Blackberry leaves (1 teaspoon)

– 1 cup of water


Combine all these plants and put 1 spoon of this mix in a cup. Pour boiled water, cover the cup and let it infuse for one hour. Strain the liquid and drink it with small sips after each meal.

Also, you can drink a simple birch tea. You can prepare it using one tablespoon of leaves and one cup of boiled water. Let it infuse for 15 minutes and then filter it. Drink 3 cups a day, 30 minutes before mealtimes.


This tea is often recommended for those suffering from early stages of diabetes. Drink 2-3 cups of tea a day with small sips, without any sweeteners.

Birch leaves, very rich in vitamin C, are considered some of the best natural remedies for treating urinary tract diseases. They have a strong diuretic action by stimulating the secretion of urine 5-6 times more than usual, as well as a depurative, diaphoretic, antibacterial action. It also has urinary and intestinal antiseptic properties (E. coli).

This tea treats damaged kidneys and other organs affected by water retention – bladder, liver and joints.

Moreover, birch leaves eliminate the proteins in the urine and purify the blood. Birch tea lowers cholesterol, treats rheumatism, edemas (swelling caused by fluid trapped in body’s tissues) and fever.

Birch leaves can be picked throughout the entire growing season, the sap is collected at the end of February and March and the bark is collected in spring and autumn. Birch buds contain high amounts of essential oil that has a benefic effect on the respiratory tract. If you don’t have the possibility to directly collect the plant, the healthy food stores can help you find birch tea.


Birch tea is not recommended in pregnancy and breastfeeding, for children and for those allergic to this plant. You must not exceed the recommended daily dose because birch leaves have very powerful diuretic proprieties; if you take more than 100 g of birch per day you can have serious health problems.

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