While many believe that “herbal” is synonymous with “safe,” it turns out ayurvedic medicines can in fact be deadly. A 26-year-old student developed lead poisoning from taking Indian ayurvedic herbal medicine, write doctors in the online journal BMJ Case Reports.Jul 2, 2016
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Even the Delhi Medical Council system announced that no allopathy doctor should prescribe Ayurvedic medicine and called it a punishable offense. Having said that, many allopathy doctors see promise in the Ayurvedic science and have been trying ways to integrate them into their mainstream medicine.Dec 18, 2018
By eating large amounts of protein foods e.g. meat, fish, chicken, eggs, cheese, milk and yoghurt before commencing dialysis, you will affect the buildup of urea and creatinine in your blood. GUIDE TO SUITABLE FOODS TO USE WITHIN YOUR RENAL DIET: Foods Low in Potassium Foods High in Potassium âœ“ Kiwi, peach âœ– Rhubarb
Ginger has vitamin C, magnesium and other minerals that on regular consumption in the form of ginger tea can dissolve and prevent kidney stone formation. Ginger teas flush the kidneys and promote healthy blood pressure and also act as renal tonics to flush extra toxins and prevent bacteria build-up.
Some herbs that may serve as diuretics may also cause “kidney irritation” or damage. These include bucha leaves and juniper berries. Uva Ursi and parsley capsules may have negative side effects as well. Many herbs can interact with prescription drugs. Use of Herbal Supplements in Chronic Kidney Disease. Herbs known to be unsafe for all…