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What is hydrangea used for as an herb

A: Some herbalists use hydrangea root to treat prostate gland enlargement and in the passing of kidney stones. Harvard School of Dental Medicine, indicates that hydrangea root might help in treating autoimmune diseases. again!...
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What Is hydrangea Arborescens?

A: The wild hydrangea, which is also known as seven barks hydrangea or hydrangea arborescens, is a deciduous shrub found extensively throughout the eastern part of the United States. Though it thrives near wooded and marshy areas, wild hydrangea will happily grow wherever there is humus-rich soil and partial shade. In fact, the clusters of white, sweet-scented flowers are a common addition to many gardens. The peeling bark of this shrub is equally attractive, giving way to several layers of varying colors. hydrangea arborescens has been a fixture in folk medicine for many years. Both the peeled branches and twigs have been used to make herbal tea for various medicinal...


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hydrangea? How did it go!

A: hydrangea, Hope everything went well & you''re not in too much pain! hugs, Skeye hydrangea, I''ll add my name to the others who are wishing you well. I know it can take time (having been there, done that! LOL), and sitting at a computer isn''t the best position while you''re healing. Just know we''re thinking of you. Hugs, PaLady All the best hydrangea, golitho hydrangea, I''m rooting for you too! I know that if you don''t have a laptop it may be awhile before we here from you. Do be careful sitting for too long after you get home. I remember after my lumbar fusion that if I tried to sit at the computer too long my leg & foot would start to get numb. Just take it...


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What Diseases And Problems Are hydrangeas Prone To?

A: Mites and aphids. root rot if over-watered or poorly drained. Japanese beetles and deer feed on hydrangeas. Bacterial blight can cause flowers and leaves to wilt. This is a problem in very hot and very wet locations. The actual culprit organism is Pseudomonas solanacearum. There is no treatment for this; hydrangeas are just not suitable for certain climates. Grey leaf spots may appear on hydrangeas due to funghi. In a severe form this leds to powdery mildew, which must be treated with fungicides. A milder problem are from another fungus, Rust spots appearing on leaf undersides. These eventually cause leaves to curl up and die, thankfully usually near the end of the...


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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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What is a natural way to pass kidney stones?

A: Calcium, oxalate, and uric acid deposits in impure blood in the kidneys are responsible for the formation of stones. There are no symptoms while the stones are in the kidney, but when they move to urethra and bladder they can cause intense pain, especially if the stones are big and they block the urethra. The most popular and effective way to remove kidney stones naturally is to wash them out by increasing the water intake. However this does not work when the stones are big and other methods have to be used to dissolve the stones or break them down into a smaller size so that they can be passed out. Phosphoric acid helps to break the stones, by dissolving the crystals and killing the pain-causing bacteria. Apart from this, you can prepare a special tea which helps dissolving the stones. ...
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Is having gallbladder surgery cure gallbladder problems?

A: pee on it. Hi Tommy Here is another approach and I think worth pursuing. A few remedies and testimonials. Cause Toxins overloading into your system from chemicals, additives, processed and junk foods, as well as excessive saturated animal fat in the diet, contribute to gallbladder problems. If the liver becomes overloaded with excess saturated fats, the gallbladder gets stressed and inflamed. This excess of saturated fats become cholesterol deposits and when enough have formed, they crystallize with the bile to form gallstones. Women get gallstones four times as frequently as men, especially women over 40 years old who are fair-skinned, and overweight. Twenty percent of adults over 65 years of age get gallstones that create problems and pain. Over half a million surgeries are performed...


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Any cure for stones in gallbladder?

A: Hi Rakesh Here you go. Herbal Aids 1.Parsley: Parsley taken with boiled onions is said to be good to remove gallstones although some writers prescribe Juniper berries instead of the onions which would also be a great specific for the urinary Tract. 2.Juices for Gallstones: Celery & Parsley, tomato, grapefruit. 3.Dr. Christopher''s Liver-Gallbladder Formula: If gallstones are present and the ducts are blocked, bile may be forced back into the liver and enter into the bloodstream. The skin may take on a jaundiced color. Ultimately, the bile is excreted through the urinary Tract. The urine is often dark red or amber color and is very concentrated. Clay color stools are another symptom. During a time of a gall bladder inflammation, heavy eating should not be done. Fruit and vegetable...


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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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What can I use for a natural diuretic?

A: A few formulations are marketed as herbal diuretics over-the-counter. Many of the herbal blends contain buchu leaf, couch grass, hydrangea root, corn silk, juniper berry, ginger root, burdock root, uva ursi leaf, parsley leaf, and marshmallow root. Because herbs and supplements are not strictly regulated by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, these products are not required to be tested for effectiveness, purity, or safety. In general, dietary supplements should only be taken under the supervision of your health care provider. Over-the-counter options to lose excessive water include Diurex and its different formulations. Diurex is regulated by the Food and Drug...


 
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