Kidney Stones Pain: Symptoms and Natural Remedy

Kidney stones are hardened mineral deposits that form in one or both kidneys. Here’s all you need to know about the different types of stones, symptoms, causes and adjusted treatment.

The kidneys are two bean-shaped organs, which measures about 10 cm in length and are located behind the abdomen on each side of the spine. The role of the kidneys is to remove toxins and waste from the blood. Waste and excess fluid are transferred in the ureter (the tube that attaches each kidney to the bladder), and from there are eliminated as urine. Clean blood is then transferred into the bloodstream.

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What are kidney stones?

There are four main types of kidney stones:

• Calcium stones: these are made of calcium and phosphate or calcium oxalate
• Struvite Stones: these contain magnesium and ammonia, and are often quite large
• Uric acid stones: these are fine, dark brown stones
• Cystine stones: these are yellow and are crystallized

How do kidney stones form?

Kidney stones come in a variety of shapes, sizes and colors. Some of them are as a grain of sand, others as a golf ball. Waste from the body generally dissolves in fluids that form urine, but sometimes they can form crystals that are deposited within the kidney. They gather in time and form hard rock submissions.

After forming, the stones usually travel through the urinary system, trying to pass urine. It happens quite often that the stones block the urethra or ureter, causing intense pain in the abdomen. Blocking urinary system can lead to infections, kidney problems or kidney failure.

If the stone is small, it often goes undetected, without any notable symptoms. Symptoms occur only if the kidney stone is stuck within the kidneys, if it begins to travel through the ureter or if it causes a kidney infection. Common symptoms of kidney stones include: intense pain in the back or one side of the abdomen, nausea, blood in urine, cloudy and smelly urine, burning on urination, fever (38 ° C) or frequent urination.

Natural remedy for kidney stones

You don’t even think about how many fruits and vegetables are natural remedies that can alleviate the pain caused by kidney stones! Parsley, cabbage and currants are only three of them.

Parsley – diuretic effects

Parsley roots and leaves are a natural diuretic medicine recommended in renal impairment, especially for  kidney stones. Parsley helps remove chlorides and ugly. Drink an infusion prepared from one teaspoon of parsley leaves in a cup of water. Drink two to three cups daily. Decoction can be done as follows: boil 50 g of parsley roots for 20 minutes in one liter of water. Strain and sweeten. Drink two to three cups daily.

Almond syrup – antiseptic effects

Another effective remedy for kidney stones is almond syrup. Prepared it according to this recipe: steam cook 500 g of crushed almond, 150 g of crushed bitter almonds, 125 ml of water and 750 g of sugar. Drink two to three cups of almond syrup daily diluted in water.

Currants – eliminate the uric acid

Black and red currants cause massive elimination of uric acid and have a very good effect for kidney stones or bladder infections. It is eaten fresh or as juice. Frozen fruit also retain much of the active ingredients. Infusion can be made by one or two teaspoons of dried fruit in a cup of water. Drink two to three cups daily. Prepare an infusion of two teaspoons of Currants leaf per cup of water. Lemon or orange juices have the same effect (200 ml per day).

Cabbage – relieves kidney stones pain

Cabbage has a serious diuretic effect and it stimulates the kidneys function. Cabbage helps relieving stomach pain in the lower back. Drink 100-200 ml of cabbage juice on several occasions in one day. Use it externally to alleviate the pain by applying warm compresses with crushed cabbage leaves in the kidney area.

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