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What Is gravel root?

A: gravel root, also known as Joe Pye weed, kidney-root, or by its scientific name Eutrochium purpureum, is a perennial flowering plant. Its native habitat is found in the eastern and central areas of North America. gravel root was used historically by Native Americans to treat a variety of ailments, most significantly typhus, a bacterial disease transmitted by lice and other parasites. In modern times, the roots of the plant are used in herbal medicine to treat an assortment of medical conditions. This herb is most frequently used for its diuretic properties, meaning that it encourages frequent urination and promotes the health of the urinary...


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Finished chlamydia treatment 10 days ago and still have symptoms?

A: Hi Randy Here are some remedies and testimonials to help cure your issue. Herbal Aids 1.General Instructions: Before (or instead of) arriving at the decision to submit to the knife and have the prostate gland surgically removed, may we offer the following suggestions: In any form of cell-deterioration, the Red Clover Combination should be used to clean up the blood stream. Of course the bowel must be cleared up first and foremost. Then, as a specific aid to the prostate area the following formula has aided in removing infection, sediment and the like. (Dr. Christopher's Prostate Formula)Cayenne, ginger, golden seal root, gravel root, juniper berries, parsley root or herb, uva ursi herb,...
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What is the best home remedy to treat large kidney stones?

A: Answer This is what worked for me. In a blender mix aprox. 10 oz of cooked canned asparagus, 4 oz of lemon juice and 4 oz of olive oil, add distilled water until it is drinkable. Drink all of this with 2 ibuprofen and a massive amount of distilled water (2 liters) every four hours. It tastes horrible but it is better than staying up all night crying and bargaining with God. My experience with this was after about three hours the pain stopped and after the fourth glass I passed some nasty sludge and small gravel and the stone was gone. I`ve suffered stones for six years, hospitallized once (the first big one) and pass about two per year, the largest was 11mm and the average 6mm. The above mixture has worked as stated on my last two stones. I should note that this is...


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How to dissolve bladder stones?

A: The bladder stores the urine until it is eliminated from the body. Stones in the bladder develop when small formations of minerals accumulate to form larger stones. This generally takes place when the urine stagnates in the bladder, causing a concentration of the minerals and salt present in the urine. The residue that is left behind by this concentration results in bladder stones. Conditions such as urinary tract infections that occur repeatedly or an enlarged prostate can lead to the formation of bladder stones. There may not be any symptoms exhibited by this condition and the stones are usually detected during other tests. If symptoms occur, then they can include pain in the lower abdomen, difficulty and discomfort in passage of urine and presence of blood in the urine. Bladder stones...


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What is cure of blood in urine due to kidney stone?

A: The blood comes from the stone moving down the ureter. Once you pass the stone out the blood will be gone. Walk, drink a lot, take deep breaths. drink a lot of water! try drinking soup of boiled corn with its peel and hairs! it worked for me! That''s never a good sign. Get off the internet and call a doctor right now! I had blood in my urine when i was passing a kidney stone. Make sure you drink alot of water to help flush it out. If the pain is bad go to the ER. If it''s a kidney stone, you need that removed. There''s some kidney stones that can be removed via ultrasonic waves, I believe. Other very small ones can be naturally eliminated via a lot of water. The very big ones do require surgery. At any rate, there''s more reasons why you would have blood in urine, including infections, so...


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Kidney Stones...

A: My advice would be to look up on the web, or your library. My sun has had them in the past.There should be some sites to go to. Good Luck Jessi, I can''t believe I found someone with more Kidney Stones then myself. I did not think that was possible. I truly feel for you. Not many people understand the actual pain you have to endure everyday. I have passed 67 Stones in the last 3 1/2 years, and now I have 22 more to look forward to. I have not had one day of a break from these horrible things. They have ranged anywhere from 2 mm to 9mm, and the 2 mm will bring you to your knees much less the 7 or 9 mm. I am 37 and I have a four year old daughter, and due to the stones now I am a single father with custody of her. As I said no one seems to understand. It makes it very hard to deal with every...
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How to Eliminate Bladder Stones Naturally

A: Ancient Native Americans and present-day herbalists use hydrangea root and gravel root either in combination or alone to treat bladder stones. The addition of marshmallow to the treatment helps to coat the stones and ease the passing. However, both Herbal Extract Plus and the Mayo Clinic indicate that no clinical studies have been performed to verify any medicinal effects of any of these herbs. All homeopathic therapies should be taken under the supervision of a physician or certified herbalist. You can take both or one of the roots and the marshmallow is optional....


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Alternative Pain Releif Solutions To Kidney Stones?

A: Try this Far-Reaching Immune Support 4Life Transfer Factor Plus advanced Formula combines our patented and proprietary Transfer Factor E-XF™ with the proprietary Cordyvant™ blend to provide far-reaching immune support for your body. The proprietary Cordyvant blend features known immune-supporting ingredients such as Maitake and shiitake mushrooms, cordyceps, inositol hexaphosphate, Beta Glucans, beta sitosterol, and Olive Leaf extract. Primary Benefits • Combines the strength of transfer factors sourced from cow Colostrum and egg yolks for broad immune system support • Supports your body’s ability to remember past invasions, promoting efficiency and health within the immune system • Educates naive immune cells about a present or potential danger in your body along with a plan for action •...


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Surgical Joint Replacement: Necessary or Harmful? And What Are the Natural Alternatives?

A: In this article we want to tackle several points: 1) Why joints go bad, 2) Pros and cons of surgical replacement, and 3) Natural "replacement" of joints. It is not necessary to cover all the medical descriptions of problems leading to the need to replace a joint. It will be useful for discussion to include three basic ones. Otherwise, we will just assume that the joint needs to be replaced. The basic three that I am talking about are: 1. Injury. This one is obvious. You experience some trauma like a car wreck that completely ruins a knee. Suddenly, you are unable to walk normally. In many jobs this can mean the end of a career. 2. Bad Nutrition. Some in our modern world suffer from rickets for example. It is not very prevalent at all in developed countries because of adequate nutrition....


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Can you have bladder stones? If so, what is the home remedy for this?

A: Bladder stones are formed due to deposition of minerals in the bladder. Generally, the minerals in the urine crystallize when the urine becomes concentrated due to various reasons – for example, prostate enlargement or repeated urinary tract infections. Bladder stones may not show any symptoms until they grow large and start irritating the bladder or obstruct flow of urine. The common symptoms generally occur in the form of abdominal pain and blood with the flow of urine. Tiny bladder stones generally get flushed out with the flow of urine; however, once they grow larger, they may start making complications and might need to be treated by a physician. Bladder stones may remain undetected if they do not manifest in any external symptoms. Generally, one or many of the following...
 
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