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INTRODUCTION: by DIANNE JACOBS THOMPSON (under construction)
1979 Around January of that year, I went home to die.   ..cont. 
I was diagnosed with stage 2 stomach cancer, chronic bronchitis, acutely infected ovarian cysts, arthritis, sciatica, low thyroid, anemia and a heart condition. Besides that I had chronic ear infections and long-standing clinical depression. The late Dr. Harold Dick, N.D., known as a "naturopathic oncology pioneer" cured me in 5 weeks. It required the diagnosis (the Carroll Food Test) of digestive enzyme deficiency food intolerances which most people have and few know about, and it also identified the primary tissue salt deficiency, along with treatment with glandular protomorphogens to restore glandular health, and Constitutional Hydrotherapy to bring about detoxification, to stimulate blood circulation and the activity of the vital organs and to jump-start the immune system. It turned out to be the basic foundation of the most successful healing system I've ever witnessed.
1986 My 5-year-old daughter was forcibly vaccinated and immediately developed a flesh-eating infection so virulent that my husband and I became infected from contact. Naturopathic medicine brought us back from the brink.
Later that year we were introduced to escharotic cancer salves and treated a dog tumor, my husband's cirrhosis of the liver, various skin lesions, moles, fungal infections, and a lump in my thigh. It eventually helped clear up the remaining symptoms from my husband's flesh-eating infection after he was forced to submit to antibiotic treatment which made a mess of it. There was much more, gallbladder problems in 1999, adrenal deficiency 2001, injury in 2002, arthritis, diabetes, and other issues between 2003-2012, including glaucoma--cured.

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SUBJECT: KIDNEY DISEASE

Kidney Disease

From the book Let's Play Doctor by J.D. Wallach, BS, DVM, ND
Kidney Disease (Kidney Sto
nes)

xxxwithout surgery.


From Dr. Mark Stengler’s Book:
The Natural Physician’s Healing Remedies

Homeopathic Apis—urinary tract infection/kidney disease among other things (rheumatoid arthritis with burning and stinging) for conditions where there is a lack of thirst, bad reaction to heat, positive response to cold applications. Used in acute kidney disease such as glomerulonephritis or nephritic syndrome where there is a protein loss in the urine and edema of the body. Urinary tract infections and bladder infections that cause scalding pain during urination and right-sided kidney infection.

L-Carnitine—missing from vegetarian diets. Malfunctioning kidneys don’t don’t produce enough. Also helps good cholestral.

Phytonutrients--the flavoglycosides type (black tea, ginkgo)

Uva Ursi—helps prevent kidney stones, Dr. Mark Stengler, N.D. (The Natural Physician’s Healing Remedies) recommends it for any infection of the urinary tract, and combines it with formulas (already made up) that have Echinacea, goldenseal, buchu, marshmallow and usnea. These formulas are for people with urinary tract infections.

500 mg of magnesium daily with 50 mg of Vit. B6 (food sources?)


Burdock Root for detoxification—20-30 drops or 300-500 mg in capsules (included in Essiac Tea, I believe)


From the book Miracle Food Cures from the Bible by Reese Dubin

Savory—this herb is used for kidney stones, but also has an aphrodisiac effect (so be warned)

Sage & Peppermint tea—recommended 2 or 3 cups a day for at least 3 months for kidney infection. Use ½ ounce of sage & ½ ounce of peppermint leaves in container, pour 1 pint of boiled water over leaves, let sit until cold, drink during day.

*Parsley—for kidney inflammation, inability to urinate, painful urination, prostate pressure, gravel, kidney stones, and other urinary disorders. The seed is effectual to break the kidney stones and relieve pain. Parsley tea: take a fresh bunch, wash in cold water, place in a dish and cover with scalding hot water. Cover to keep warm. When cold, pour off the liquid and drink during a 24 hour period. Repeat daily until cured.

“Parsley has a marked action upon the tubules of the kidney, neutralizing and promoting excretion of waste products containing uric acid. By virtue of a substance it contains called apiol, it assists in the concentration of urea.

Parsley is an excellent diuretic; it drains excess fluid from the body, it is used medicinally for a variety of illnesses but more particularly for kidney inflammation, inability to urinate, painful urination, prostate pressure, gravel, kidney stones, and other urinary disorders. Culpepper wrote: “The seed is effectual to break the kidney stones and ease the pains and torments thereof…”

Juniper—4-6 drops of juniper berry oil taken with honey 3-4 times a day for stones and gravel. (never more than 6 weeks), or in tea form, a tablespoon of crushed berries are added to 4 cups of boiling water, boiled down to 2 cups, strained, drank as tea one cup at mid day, one cup at bedtime. Stop use if there is any diarrhea, intestinal or kidney pain, blood in urine, rapid heartbeat, and increased blood pressure.

"Fructus iuniperi is a kidney irritant and if you do not have well functioning kidneys you should never use it, either the oil or the berries. Juniper berries are used as a blood cleanser in the presence of healthy kidneys!" --poster "Janet O" from healthiertalk.com

*Kidney Bean Pod Tea—Kidney blockage and bleeding from any part of the urinary system. Stones and gravel dissolved. If it causes nausea, use as an enema. Make it up fresh and use the same day. After 24 hours it can cause diarrhea. Only the pods are used. Boil 2 ounces of split pods in quarts of water for 4 hours. Filter the fluid through fine muslin and store in cool place, then strain again after 8 hours to remove all irritating fibers. Then drink one glass every 2 hours. (Congestive heart failure, rheumatism, gout, kidney, and other conditions—particularly highly rated)

Mustard Plaster for kidney irritation—spread Vaseline or lard over area first, 1 part mustard powder mixed with 4 parts whole wheat flour, thinned with water or egg whites for greater protection from blistering. For a stronger potency, omit flour. Intense redness is good, but blistering is not.

Nettle Tea—for inflammation of kidneys or bladder, one ounce of nettles in pint of boiling water, in small cups taken twice daily.

Olive Oil—taken internally in medium doses, for painful urination, strangury, and gravelly urine.

Dandelion leaf tea—for nephritis, kidney stones; dandelion root for kidneys and high blood pressure. Stones: Herbalist Michael Moore recommends up to an ounce of the chopped root, boiled and drunk several times a day, for at least 10 days. Rudolph Fritz Weiss, M.D., recommends up to 10 cups of dandelion tea every morning upon arising, until the stone passes.

Aloe Vera--Drink pure aloe vera juice. External use—hemorrhoids

Savory tea—stones

Thyme tea—strengthen kidneys (active ingredient in Pertussin)


Kidney Cleansing Recipes
http://curezone.com/cleanse/kidney/Celery-seeds.asp

Celery Seed
(For gout and arthritis)
(Apium Graveolens)
Celery Seed Tea

At least once a day, three days a week, take Celery seed tea prepared by pouring a pint of boiling water over a tablespoonful of Celery seeds (freshly ground or cut) and allowing it to steep. Let it cool, then strain and drink. If practical, the tea should be made fresh for each use.

It is very potent in case of Kidney Stones, and chronic kidney diseases.

Avoid in pregnancy because it is a uterine stimulant!

Celery seeds have a direct action on the kidneys, increasing the elimination of water and speeding up the clearance of accumulated toxins from the joints and so is of benefit in any oedematous condition that accompanies arthritis. It is often administered with Taraxacum radix (Dandalion) to increase the efficiency of elimination by both the kidneys and the liver. Apium is also hypoglycaemic, and as such is helpful in diabetes; this action seems to involve a direct action on the pancreas and its production of insulin. Clinical studies in China have demonstrated a hypotensive action for the tincture, and this is accompanied by increased urine output. The flavonoid apigenin has exhibited significant anti-platelet activity in vitro.

Other common names: Garden Celery, Smallage, Wild Celery

Celery seeds are very helpful for people suffering from an over supply of uric acid. Celery has large amounts of potassium and organic sodium that help to rid the body of waste material by stimulating various sites such as the skin, bowels and kidneys. It re-balances the acid/alkaline in the system and may help prevent certain cancers.

Therapeutics and Pharmacology: Apium is known as a mild diuretic and urinary antiseptic and has been used in the treatment of urinary stones - calculi. It has a calming effect on the gut, and can be used in the relief of flatulence and griping pains. However, whilst it can reduce visceral spasm, it conversely stimulates the smooth muscle of the womb and can bring on delayed menstruation. After childbirth it helps the uterus readjust and encourages the flow of breast milk. The phthalides are the constituents responsible for the antispasmodic, sedative and diuretic actions. Apium has a direct action on the kidneys, increasing the elimination of water and speeding up the clearance of accumulated toxins from the joints and so is of benefit in any oedematous condition that accompanies arthritis. It is often administered with Taraxacum radix (Dandalion) to increase the efficiency of elimination by both the kidneys and the liver. Apium is also hypoglycaemic, and as such is helpful in diabetes; this action seems to involve a direct action on the pancreas and its production of insulin. Clinical studies in China have demonstrated a hypotensive action for the tincture, and this is accompanied by increased urine output. The flavonoid apigenin has exhibited significant anti-platelet activity in vitro.

The volatile oil in Apium has been shown to have antifungal activity, and it is active against many bacteria including Staphylococcus aureus, Staphylococcus albus, Shigella dysenteriae, Salmonella typhi, Streptococcus faecalis, Streptococcus pyogenes and Pseudomonas solanacearum. No activity was observed against Escherichia coli or Pseudomonas aeruginosa.

Combinations: Apium combines well with Menyanthes and/or Guaiacum in rheumatic disease. The therapeutic action of Apium is potentiated by Taraxacum.

Caution: Apium should be avoided in pregnancy because it is a uterine stimulant. The volatile oil in quantity is toxic to the kidneys and so should not be used in kidney disorders. Allergic reactions are rare.

Preparation and Dosage: (thrice daily)

GSL Schedule 1

* Dried fruits: 0.5-3g or by 1:5 decoction
* Tincture: 1:5 in 90% alcohol, 2-8ml
* Liquid Extract: 1:1 in 90% alcohol, 0.5-2ml

Additional Comments: In Germany, celery preparations are used to treat loss of appetite loss and exhaustion, and also in the prophylaxis of nervous exhaustion.

Bibliography

* Bartram, T. 1995
* Encyclopedia of Herbal Medicine, 1st edn.,Grace Publishers, Bournemouth. Bradley, P.R. (ed.) 1992
* British Herbal Compendium, Volume 1, BHMA, Bournemouth. Bremness, L. 1994
* Herbs, Dorling Kindersley Eyewitness Handbook, London. BHMA 1983
* British Herbal Pharmacopoeia, BHMA, Bournemouth. Chevallier, A. 1996
* The Encyclopedia of Medicinal Plants, Dorling Kindersley, London. Hoffmann, D. 1990
* The New Holistic Herbal, Second Edition, Element, Shaftesbury. Hyperhealth 1996
* Natural Health and Nutrition Databank, v.96.1 CD-ROM, ©In-Tele-Health, available from Healthworks, Leeds. ISBN 0-646-30942-0 Lust, J. 1990
* The Herb Book, Bantam, London. Newall, C.A., Anderson, L.A., & Phillipson, J.D. 1996
* Herbal Medicines: A Guide for Health-care Professionals, The Pharmaceutical Press, London. Ody, P. 1993
* The Herb Society's Complete Medicinal Herbal, Dorling Kindersley, London. Press, B. & Gibbons, B. 1993
* Wild Flowers of Britain and Europe: Photographic Field Guide, New Holland Publishers, London. Wren, R.C. 1988
Potter's New Cyclopaedia of Botanical Drugs and Preparations, C.W.Daniel, Saffron Walden.

Herb facts: Celery is a biennial plant indigenous to southern Europe, Asia, and Africa. It is also found in North and South America. Celery grows in damp places and resembles domestic celery, except that it has a less agreeable taste and is smaller in size. In its second year the plant produces an angular furrowed stem reaching three feet in height. It bears dark green leaves that are opposite, shiny, and primate, having wedge-shaped, incised, toothed leaflets. From July to November, white to gray-white flowers appear in paniculate compound umbels. The fruits are dark brown, elliptic-ovate seeds. The medicinal parts are the roots, leaves and seeds.

CHEMICAL COMPOSITION

*Antioxidant properties; Butyl phthalide; Fatty acids
*Flavonoids; Limonene; Oleic acid
*Palmitic acid; Phthalides; Petroselenic acid
*Santalol
* For definition of some of the above terms see the dictionary section of this book.

NUTRIENT COMPOSITION

Bioflavonoids; Calcium; Iron
Magnesium; Phosphorus; Potassium
Sodium; UFA; Vitamin A
Vitamin C; Zinc

PROPERTIES AND USES

* Antispasmodic - relieves or prevents spasms, usually of the smooth muscles; barbiturates and valerian are examples of antispasmodics.
* Appetizer - a substance which stimulates the appetite
* Aromatic - an agent with an agreeable odor and other stimulating qualities.
* Carminative - an agent which assists in the expelling gas from the intestines.
* Diuretic - Diuretics form a class of drugs which increase the volume of urine produced by the kidneys. It can be used effectively to treat mild cases of edema when kidney function is good and when the underlying abnormality of cardiac function, capillary pressure, or salt retention is being corrected simultaneously. Diuretics are not an appropriate treatment for edema caused by inflammation of the kidneys, and are useless in cardiac edema associated with advanced kidney insufficiency. There are a variety of diuretics with different modes of action. Among the diuretics are spironolactones, triamterene, and theobromine.
* Emmenagogue - an agent which stimulates menstrual flow.
* Sedative - Sedatives are a class of drugs which function to quiet nervous excitement and reduce motor activity without inducing sleep. They are used in the management of neuroses and in the treatment of anxiety and apprehension accompanying various disease states such as hypertension. Sedatives commonly function to induce reversible depression of the central nervous system. Examples of this class are Phenobarbital, secobarbital sodium, and pentobarbital.
* Stimulant - an agent that temporarily increases the activity or physiological processes. Stimulants may be classified according to the organ upon which they act; for example, an intestinal stimulant is that which stimulates the intestines.
* Tonic - an agent which strengthens or tones.
* Celery produces perspiration and is useful for nervousness. It should be cooked with milk and eaten freely to neutralize uric acid and other excess acids in the body, thus aiding in the treatment of rheumatism. Celery is useful for headaches when taken as a tea. The seeds and stems have been used in Australia as an acid neutralizer.
* Celery seed is used almost exclusively as a diuretic. Since it is very powerful, it is often used alone in severe cases of gout, edema, and dropsy. At other times, small amounts are added to diuretic herbal blends to provide reliable action. The herb is also used to treat kidney and bladder disorders, but is avoided if the kidneys are inflamed.
* Celery seed is sometimes used as a carminative and antispasmodic in the digestive system. This action depends on the presence of its volatile oil. Celery has been used on occasion for rheumatism and arthritis, although it its efficacy against those ailments has not been established. Celery plant, not the seed, is purported to be emmenagogic.

TOXICITY FACTORS

Celery's volatile oils in large amounts can sedate the central nervous system; some think this makes the oils more toxic than therapeutic.

DRUG PRECAUTIONS AND INTERACTIONS

Known Interactions - None

Possible Interactions - The antiarrhythmic agent, quinidine, may increase the hypoprothrombinemic effect of celery. Vitamin K, menadione and menadiol sodium diphosphate may antagonize the anticoagulant effects of coumarins, such as celery.

Kidney cleanse is a procedure which is used to dissolve Kidney stones - stones formed inside kidneys.

Main symptom of kidney stones is a pain in the lower and middle back (kidney area, or spine), but as that pain can be excruciating, some people may feel the pain in different parts of their body.


There are hundreds of herbal recipes, and many different homeopathic remedies used for cleansing kidney stones.

According to the first hand experience, the best recipe is Edgar Cayce's:

*Watermelon Seed Tea for Kidney Stones
*Kidney Cleanse from Dr. Hulda Clark’s book The Cure for All Diseases
*Dr. Richard Schulze 5 Day Kidney Cleansing and Detoxification Program
*Corn-silk tea is the best single herb for increasing urine flow and restoring the kidneys.
*Parsley leavses and root tea is commonly used for kidney cleanse
*Parsley seeds are also diuretics, and are used for dissolving kidney stones
*Lemonade diet is also commonly used for Kidney cleanse
*Juice fasting (vegetable juices) is used for cleansing kidneys


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Kidney cleanse can be very important, even if you do not suffer lower back pain!

If your kidneys are not in the perfect shape, they can create stones in very short period of time (several hours or overnight), and you don't want that pain, trust me!

  • Functions of the Kidney
  • Elimination of metabolic wastes
  • Blood pressure regulation
  • Erythrocyte production - erythropoietin (stimulates red cell production)
  • Vitamin D activation
  • Prostaglandin synthesis
  • Acid - Base balance (excretes alkaline salts)
  • Fluid balance
  • Electrolyte balance

The two kidneys are part of both the Urinary and Endocrine Systems. They are two of the most important internal organs in the body primarily functioning to filter blood, regulate the urinary system and produce hormones. The process by which the kidneys channel pollutants and chemicals out of our systems by filtering toxic and potentially toxic chemicals from the bloodstream produces urine that carries waste materials from the body. The kidneys maintain a stable chemical balance and internal physical environment for cells by regulating water, electrolyte and acid base balances in the body. [In site cross reference: Salts that heal and Salts that kill for my researched information on restoring acid base balances in the body with unrefined sea salt].

As the primary removal site for potentially toxic and toxic chemicals each kidney contains 1.2 million filtering units called nephrons. Each nephron is the functional unit of the kidney having a glomerulus. In a process called filtration, blood containing waste products enter the glomerulus where the cells extract the water and waste products as urine, as the blood leaves. Blood flows into a network of capillaries surrounding each tubule from the glomerulus where substances that the body still needs such as water and certain salts are restored to the blood. The purified blood is then returned to general circulation throughout the body and waste in the form of urine passes through the ureter into the bladder. Astonishingly the kidneys can filter 500 quarts of blood daily most all of which is reabsorbed returning to the bloodstream. Look at the image on the left to discover it very descriptive of this process.

If you do not suffer kidney stones, (lower back pain), but you want to prevent them, DRINK A LOT OF WATER! EAT A LOT OF WATERMELON! Take Care what you are eating!

Sometimes, just a better diet with more water can be enough !





Dianne Jacobs Thompson  Est. 2003
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