natural remedy for kidney stone?

was jsut told by doctor need to come up with almost a 1,000 dollars before doing surgery. Desperately need an alternative for help with this kidney stone. there has to be another way besides surgery

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  • ♫DaveC♪♫

            I cannot verify this information, but there are many more like this on Google for "dissolve kidney stones naturally" as keywords (omit quotes):

    3 Ways to Dissolve Kidney Stones Naturally
    http://www.buzzle.com/articles/3-ways-to-dissolve-kidney-stones-naturally.html

            Now, I don’t believe in homeopathy, but naturopathy is a whole ‘nother ball of wax. This is the website ( http://www.healthrestorationranch.com/ ) for a naturopathic doctor I know who is not only very, very good at what he does, but he is also a devout Christian. His name is Dr. Mike Casey and he will more than likely answer your question for you for free if there is a simple answer. He comes to our free 8-day sabbatical-type retreats every year and, as just one of the speakers there, he gives free lectures on all kinds of natural remedies, cures, health principles and practices.

            For me, prevention is the best cure. On a regular basis, I don’t drink anything except grapefruit- or lemon-water (no sugar added; a tablespoon of fresh-squeezed grapefruit or lemon juice per 24 ounces of water) and 100% natural cranberry juice for kidney, urinary, and bladder health. No coffee, no teas, no soft drinks, no other juices, and definitely no alcohol. Fresh-pulped, concentrated vegetable juices are OK. I have done this for more than four years, now, and no kidney stones in that time (though I did have them before that). When I go to a restaurant, I only order water to drink and I ask for four sections of lemon to go with it. I squeeze all four of these into my water and enjoy my meal as usual. The purpose for this is to maintain a more alkaline alignment of my system — as strange as that may seem. Rather than the citric acid, it is the "sour" aspect of the grapefruit and lemon which accomplishes this.

            The less man-made processing performed on a food or drink item, the less trouble you’ll have with your body systems after ingesting such things. Period. Among other problems, Man-made processing only serves to make foods and drinks more acidic. Acidity promotes disease — both biologic and degenerative. Most interesting is that nuts have been connected to kidney stones and most nuts are acidic. Some nuts are not — such as almonds, chestnuts, and fresh coconut (dried coconut is acidic; see what I mean about adding man-made processing?).

    God bless.

  • thenoseknows

    Sure there is. Go to your local health food store and ask for a herbal remedy complex that removes kidney stones. One of the active ingredients is marshmallow (not the candy). It lubricates the stones so that they pass through more easily. Other ingredients break them up so that they can be passed out.
    You need to review your diet to determine what is causing your kidney stones. This is where a professional naturopath or homeopath can come in handy. There are quite a few homeopathic remedies that can remove kidney stones, however a homeopathic doctor needs to assess your case to determine which one is right for you.

  • FaithWalker,SOC

    Please be very careful before trying anything you haven’t tried before. I suffer with stones too, sometimes passing 2-3 a week. Review your diet, is it high in protein(meat), and calcium ? Also dark liquids contribute, like soda, etc…. Personally the only thing i have found that remotely helps me to pass them is to drink beer. And I can sure tell it when i have not been watching my diet for the things i listed above. Good luck to you ………….

  • Grey Tower

    Do nothing while I email this to a dear friend who was faced with a similar problem. Laser, keyhole surgery was advised (to zap the stones) but she discovered there was a worrying number of fatalities resulting from the surgery. She got rid of the problem by diet – she stopped eating anything with fat in it. Drastic, but effective. Please hold fire till I get her to answer your question!

    Edit: Oops, silly me! She had gall stones, not kidney stones. Reckon Dave C has given you the best advice and I sincerely hope you will get some relief soon.

  • Milka

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  • BatMan@Alt/Med

    Food Therapy:
    "Magnesium has been shown to prevent all types of kidney stones, so I’d recommend eating more foods rich in this mineral," says Julian Whitaker, M.D., founder and president of the Whitaker Wellness Center in Newport Beach, California. "They include pumpkin seeds, tofu, wheat germ, seafood and dark green leafy vegetables such as spinach."

    But the most important dietary therapy is to drink a lot of water, according to Dr. Whitaker. He says people who are prone to stones or who are recovering from them need at least ten eight-ounce glasses of water each day.

    Water helps decrease the concentration of stone-forming elements in the urine, he explains.

    Vitamin and Mineral Therapy:
    If you’re prone to developing kidney stones, supplement your diet with 800 milligrams of magnesium and 100 milligrams of vitamin B6 each day, advises Dr. Whitaker. He says that these two nutrients have been found to prevent stones from recurring.

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