Natural Remedies to Prevent Kidney Disease

Sep 21, 2016

Kidney disease is considered a progressive disease that develops over time, particularly if necessary treatment is not followed. Treatment at any stage is important. Several home remedies can help manage symptoms and prevent further development of disease including apple cider vinegar detoxifying and baking soda for alkalizing the body. Additional treatments include Arabic gum, castor oil, cayenne and juicing with such combinations as celery, cucumbers and apples.

What Is Kidney Disease?

The kidneys are two organs situated on either side of the spin at mid-back and above the waist. These organs function to purify the blood, remove excess fluid, balance the salt and minerals in the blood and normalize blood pressure. However, the kidneys can become damaged due to diet, life choices and disease, causing waste products and fluid to build up in the body. The result of this damage can be kidney disease. Also called kidney failure, kidney disease is characterized by the kidneys’ inability to function properly. At advanced stages, dangerous levels of fluid and toxins build up in the body.

Continue reading below for indepth treatment protocols for treating kidney disease, including those from Ted from Bangkok and Bill Thompson's alkalizing advice. One of the most important repeated suggestions in this section is alkalizing with remedies like apple cider vinegar, lemon juice and baking soda. Other contributors offer reports of remedies and supplements that have been helping, such as DMSO and Castor Oil packs. Dietary changes, such as eliminating carbonated beverages, is advised as well.



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Posted by Pecmkr (Essex Junction, Vermont) on 12/22/2012

I just want to thank Ted for the good work he is doing here. I took Zithromax for pnemonia and it hurt my left kidney bad. I discontinued after the first dose, but pain for three weeks following first two pills. I have been working hard to heal this, but the spleen began to hurt as well. After this the liver and or gallbladder were off too.

I was able to read through this site and see advice that Ted gave to others. Based on my own research I can say that Ted is more than brilliant. I am certain that his advice has helped me and many others. The doctors do not know how to heal kidneys. Its a very difficult task, but doing the right things certainly help. I had no time to waste with this either.


Posted by Bill Donate
(Philippines, Luzon) on 04/06/2012 1245 posts

Hi Everyone... One fact that seems to scream out from the research regarding kidney problems is that a major cause for this condition is because the body is already far to acid, resulting in dangerous erosion and damage to the kidneys themselves caused by the acidity in the blood. Ted from Bangkok has said this time and time again on EC.

Kidney disease and high body acidity also means that the body will have great problems digesting acid foods like raw Apple Cider Vinegar(acetic acd, malic acid) and citrus fruits(citric acid) which are normally beneficial to people whose bodies are not so acidic and who have sufficient stores to neutralize the citric acid to citrates and acetic acid to acetates. Ingesting these raw acid foods -- when the body is already so acidic and body bicarbonate stores so lacking -- are not beneficial to the body because in people with already acidic bodies and in order for these ingested acids to be converted to useful alkaline salts, these acids must first be neutralized by our bicarbonate stores during digestion. Excess blood acidity caused by a bad acid diet and a resulting lack of bicarbonate stores is what damages and erodes the kidneys. So if you have kidney problems then this essentially means that your body's bicarbonate and citrate stores are heavily depleted and also means that you are eating way too many acid foods -- so you cannot efficiently neutralize these damaging acids in the blood or within the cells themselves.

Therefore the common sense approach would simply be just to take Ted's Alkalizing Remedies to increase bicarbonate stores(alkalize the blood) and citrates (to alkalize the intracellular environment) within the body. From the research, bicarbonates and citrates are particularly useful for the kidneys in this respect.

So for some people to advise, as I have already read on EC, taking acidic foods like raw ACV and citrus fruits when someone is suffering from kidney disease caused by a lack of bicarbonate alkali in an already acidic body would seem to be absolutely crazy and completely the wrong advice.

References:

Metabolic Acidosis -- Research Review

Acid-Alkaline Balance: Role in Chronic Disease and Detox - Research Review

Urine citrate and renal stone disease.

Renal Tubular Acidosis

Replied by Meenu
Vancouver, Bc
06/14/2012

It seems to confirm my doubts as I'm those rare ones on whom Apple Cider Vinegar did not work rather it sent my Blood pressure through the roof and I had to be put on medication after hospitalisation. My cholestrol is high too, though I generally eat healthy.

Can u please guide me on the kind of foods to avoid n to have with HBP n Cholesterol n early menopause at age 38. Since then I've been downhill.

Even if I take lime/lemon everyday but it constipates me severely. I'm scared to try Baking soda becoz of the sodium.

What kind of supplements/diet would help? I look forward to your guidence.

thank you-thank you soo much. Meenu


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Posted by Fuzzball (Nanuet, Ny) on 11/24/2011
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For kidney infections, has anyone tried Aloe Vera Juice? This works wonders for me. I had a lot of inflammation due to backed up kidneys. I drink 4oz three times daily and in just 1 month I lost 30 pounds and several inches all around the body. Also take 1 Dandelion root capsule twice daily. This really help get rid of the excess water. Drink plenty of water, at least 1 gallon daily. If you are having pains, that may not be fibro, but it could possibly your lymphatic system. Get a lymphatic massage. It's not too expensive and you'll feel much better after. Hope this helps.


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Posted by Maura (Uk) on 02/02/2015
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My daughter is 12, she has been suffering with Nephrotic Syndrome Mcd for 10 yrs. She had relapsed and we were waiting to go on the high dose steroids, her protein spill was +3. She had a very sore throat and I had the idea to get her to gargle with apple cider vinegar, 5mls (a capful) in a glass of water 3 times a day. I was very surprised to find the next day her protein was +2, the next day +1 and then neg. It's been 10 days now, I get her to drink a glass of Apple Cider Vinegar before bed, when she gargled she also swallowed it. I am still in shock this worked, no high dose steroids with all the horrible side effects.

Replied by Ali
Pakistan
07/30/2015

Sir! Please do tell me more. Is apple cider vinegar still works for you beacuse I am too suffering from nephrotic syndrome and I want to talk to you about disease. Thankyou!!

Replied by Rahat
Abby
08/04/2015

Hi Maura from UK, kindly update us about any further results. Is ACV helping in the long run & she continues drinking it or was the initial drop in urine albumin was possibly due to some other factors?

Replied by Maura
Uk
10/25/2015
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Hi, I just noticed that a couple of people requested an update concerning my daughter's experience using apple cider vinegar for nephrotic syndrome MCD. Well I'm very happy to report that she has had no further relapses, she is still off all medication. We continued using the ACV gargle and swallow 3 times per day for 1 month. After that she did it once per day for 2 months then stopped.

While on vacation she came down with food poisoning and did not relapse, also after returning to school after the Summer holidays she came down with a sore throat, cough and cold but again without relapse, previously the most trivial infection would start a relapse.

Tina
Missouri
03/09/2016

I am very interested in the ACV use. I was diagnosed with MCD (minimal change disease) 2 years ago, and I am currently on the high steroids due to a relapse. Did your daughter have problems with body pains after coming off the steroids? Thank you and believe me I am very happy to hear she is doing so well. Tina

Replied by Maura
Uk
03/10/2016

Re Apple Cider Vinegar for Nephrotic Syndrome

Hi Tina,

Yes my daughter was crippled with pain when reducing steroids, her doctors always seemed very surprised by this. I am a biochemist and through research, I came to the conclusion she was suffering from osteomalacia (sort of adult rickets) brought on by loss of vit D3, caused by the massive doses of steroids used for Nephrotic Syndrome, I gave her 5000 iu of vit D3 along with the necessary co factors, ( Magnesium Vit b2 and vit K2, and after 24 hrs she already felt relief, all pain was gone in 5 days. Tina I am so sorry you are suffering from this terrible illness, and because it is uncommon no one understands what you are going through, the treatment causes as much suffering as the disease. my daughters teachers seemed to think she had cystitis and that I was making a fuss over nothing. She still has her vit D3 as it is still too early to make much vit d3 from the sun. Shes had no side effects (actually her eczema and hay fever disappeared) but that's a good side effect. I am sort of embarrassed writing this because as a scientist this all seems too good to be true. I am currently reading every bit of research I can find on Vit D3 . I hope you can get into permanent remission soon.

Tina
Missouri
03/12/2016

Thank you for getting back to me so soon...Today I had horrible hand and forearm cramps to the point that my fingers were locked in an unnatural position. The pain was excruciating. I tried to eat anything that had potassium in it which seemed to help. Has that ever happened to your daughter? I have started to take vit D3 in hopes that will also help. Please ANY advise/help would be appreciated.... Thanks for all your help. Tina

Replied by Maura
Uk
03/13/2016

Hi Tina,

So sorry you are having the dreaded cramps, yes my daughter had this, it's very common, The problem is that with Nephrotic Syndrome when you lose the albumin through the kidneys it is carrying all sorts of valuable substances as its known as a molecular taxis. So you can lose all sorts minerals, hormones, fatty acids even drugs. So you can become depleted very quickly in many things. The best thing for the cramps is Magnesium, in fact its difficult to keep potassium in your cells with out it. Unfortunately with today's farming techniques ( artificial fertiliser, etc ) its difficult to replenish the lost minerals through food alone, I use a coloured sea salt that hasn't had the associated minerals removed, I also gave extra magnesium, zinc, copper and selenium as I felt that they were particularly lacking in modern foods. I also tried to give her the best diet possible. I had one mom tell me when her son is weaning off the nephrotic levels of steroids, that he has to use a wheel chair, because of the pain and muscle problems.


Posted by Susan (Dallas, Tx, USA) on 10/07/2011
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On the subject of Apple Cider Vinegar for kidney infections...

ACV is awesome and should be used sparingly to treat acid indigestion. Too much ACV will cause loss of potassium... I think I am I consuming a lot of ACV... Maybe 1 Tablespoon to 16oz... Maybe way too much.

I had a bladder infection in May.. Anitbiotics cleared it up. Then I started to increase my ACV. Then a routine blood test detected abnormal proteins. The Dx is MGUS (monoclonal gammopathy undertemined signifigance. ) Probably NOT a big deal, many older people can get this and it is related to inflammation in the body (I have Fibro.. )

HOWEVER.. One of the ratios they look at is BUN:CREATININE. My ratios are high.. And have been since bladder infection. I take NO MEDS of any kind. My potassium levels are low, but low normal. At this time, I can only assume that I am drinking TOO MUCH of the ACV, flushing TOO MUCH of the POTASSIUM out of my body. That said, I do NOT want to stress out the kidneys and the filtration. MGUS has a 50/50 possiblity of progressing to Multiple Myeloma in 20 years.... AND... M. M. Causes stress on the kidneys... Who knew??

So is ACV awesome? Yes! Does it help short term? Yes! But anything in moderation.

Replied by Ann
Paradise, Ca
08/05/2012

Hello, Just as a heads up, you should go to a urologist and have your kidneys really checked out well. BUN and Creatinine indicate a kidney under stress.


Posted by Trinity123 (Garland, Texas, Usa) on 09/14/2011

I have read some very promising stuff about apple cider vinegar healing some on dialysis. I know it is rare, but I believe I can and will experience renal recovery. What I read is correct. The doctors and nurses will not give you any suggestions to get off dialysis, but for one they want to give false hope. But the main reason is that they will lose their INCOME if more people experienced renal recovery. One person said she didn't drink the vinegar, but laid in it every night and got "healed" in 9 months. What do you think about the vinegar?


Posted by Roy (Ocala, Florida) on 09/10/2009

I'm 86 and have High Blood Pressure and chronic kidney disease. I want to take ACV for detox and HBP, but ACV is high in potassium, which I've been told to limit. My kidney disease is in the early stage, but I'd like to know if ACV should be avoided? Thanks, Roy

Replied by Pamela
Cowra, Nsw Australia
09/02/2010

I have Stage 3 CKD and monitor protein, phosphorus, potassium and sodium. I tend to eat any amount of potassium and only get to about 1/3rd of my daily allowance. Find out your intake numbers and allowances from your dietician. Give up something else if you have to and try ACV.

Replied by Ashish
Shimla (india), India
07/28/2012

I am patient of high blood pressure for last 5 yrs & now my Creatinin levels are raised to 2.8 , Urea 86. Uric acid 10 , so should I take ACV if yes what should be dose? frequency etc.... Plz guide

Replied by Jabed
Chittagong, Bangladesh
08/28/2012

I have ckd stage 4 with HCV. My potassium level is 4.70. What wiill be your suggestion? Jabed

Replied by Wayne
Floral City, Fl
03/23/2013

I am on dialysis 6 mos now. Suffering greatly... Headaches, nausea, cramping.... I still urinate but not enough stage 5... any suggestions???

Replied by Kathy
the USA
03/23/2013

Blackstrap Molasses fights cancer and will increase urination. I'm sorry I cannot recommend a therapeutic amount. Maybe start with one TBSP in warm water or 2% milk before going to bed. Someone else posted taking 3 tsp throughout the day but at this stage I would think starting at a larger dose first would help. I take either/or, depending on my urine flow. I read that therapeutic amounts of B-Complex also fights cancer but you have to be careful of the binders and fillers.

Replied by Wayne
Floral City, Fl
03/23/2013

I believe the connective tissue from the bladder to the kidney which has blood vessels 10,000 times smaller than the hair on your head becomes clogged; especially with all the gmo franken foods.

i do not urinate enough to keep my fluid levels down; sometimes 5-6 liters after 2 days. i want so desperately to get off this witchcraft / sorcery (revelation 18:23) search the meaning of sorcery=pharma...! so; does anyone have any proof of a viable solution? if so; please notify me. thanks, messiah bless. WAYNE

Replied by Kathy
the USA
03/23/2013

I totally agree that ALL of our food is genetically modified in one way or the other. None of our food is safe. It is no longer the way God created it. My kidneys were shutting down on me. I read something somewhere (that I will try to find) about Blackstrap Molasses and I tried it. It helped me. The majority of food and supplements in the health food stores is bad for you BUT I get the unsulphered BSM at the health food store and the "Real Salt" sea salt. It is the flowing/anti-caking agent in what is acceptable as table salt that is the culprit to many ailments and could be what contributes to your difficulty. This has been a piecemeal learning endeavor for over twenty years. I'm only trying to share what was wrong with me and what helped.

Replied by Kathy
the USA
03/23/2013

Potassium "stimulates the kidneys to eliminate poisonous body wastes" (Nutrition Almanac, Third Edition). All of our food that contains potassium has been engineered to last longer (Food, Inc.). Maybe you have eaten too many foods trying to get healthy but have ingested too much potassium.

Replied by Aliciua
Syracuse , Utah
03/23/2013

Read about Sodium Bicarbonate, maybe it can help you.

Replied by Timh Donate

Louisville, Ky, Usa
03/24/2013

Wayne: To keep my kidneys functioning well, as periodically they don't, I take a half-spoon of D-Mannose and 3 Nature's Way Kidney/Bladder formula 2x day for a day or two with very good results.

In severe cases where one needs dialysis, the Kidneys need "rebuilding", which requires the use of the herb Comfrey. Added to the Comfrey, take Raw Kidney Glandular PLUS any nutritional products that are proven to stimulate Human Growth Hormone. Any of these three remedies alone would prove marginally effective, BUT combine them and you should see rapid rebuilding of the Kidneys.

Replied by Dreamer
Planet Tellus
08/28/2013

Hey. I read about your message including usage of Comfrey herb and on this website is said that is can cause liver damage if used internally so how to use it improve kidney function ? Also what kind of Growth Hormone would be safe to use if low kidney function?

Replied by Timh Donate

Ky, Usa
08/30/2013

@Dreamer: Comfrey is one of the greatest healing herbs on the planet, but some seeming evil stepped in and cursed it with the toxic alkaloid pyrrolizidine. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pyrrolizidine_alkaloid. The Comfrey root is said to contain more pyro than the leaf and every plant varies in toxicity so would need proceed with much caution. Nature's Herbs? once marketed a non-toxic comfrey but they discontinued it; maybe someone still does, worth researching. I have read that boosting Glutathione levels and taking Milk Thistle helps prevent the toxicity.

There are many different supplements as well as a short fast and cardio exercise that boost HGH; I have posted info here on E.C.

Replied by Lizeth
San Francisco
11/10/2015

I would like to know how to help kidneys to start working again. I'm already on dialysis for about a year, I am to have a kidney transplant in 3 months and I am so scared, I would like to try something else on this last 3 months maybe I can avoid the surgery. Any help will be highly appreciated. Liz

Replied by Timh Donate

Ky
11/11/2015

L: Two items that will help.

1. Take a bottle of Dr Christopher's "Kidney/Bladder" herbal complex in the recommended doses.

After two wks of the herbals, take a bottle of Raw Kidney Glandular supplement.

These two items will help clean & rebuild the kidneys.

Eating Watermelon is also good source of antioxidants and natural diuretics that are beneficial to kidney function.

This will help short term status but you need to determine the cause or underlying factors that are stressing your kidneys to such a degree.

Replied by Bee
New York
11/11/2015

Lizeth.. (San Francisco)

Have you heard of urine therapy. It's drinking your own urine for your kidneys.. There is a lot of information on it on utube .. I don't know much about dialysis but can you filter urine enough to drink ? Only downside is if you are on medications you can't drink your own urine as it puts back the medications into the system.. so you have to watch out for that.

There is also a naturopathic doctor I found on Utube . HIs name is Robert Morse and he sells some great kidney formulas.. I am using one and going to get another one. they are herbs.. not sure of the outcome as I just started them.. google him or go to utube and watch his videos. Also he is a big advocate for raw foods so the body can heal itself....only thing you have to study these things yourself and see what is best for you.. for me I follow my gut feelings..Dr. Morse will also take your letters and not sure how it works but he might be able to help you if you reach out to his office. He is located in Florida..

Replied by Aurora
Mason City, Ia
11/12/2015

My granddaughter had a kidney transplant. Before she did, I read a lot about the kidneys, I would suggest that you read about mastic gum. It is used in some countries for kidney function. There is a lot of things you can do. For my grand daughter since she is a child, they couldn't do much without the doctors permission. My daughter did start an appropriate diet for her and both her and her mom (the donor) are doing good.

Replied by Faeqa
Amman, Jordan
11/12/2015
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Hi, what I read about rejuvenate the kidneys is Mastic gum and Arabic gum, and what to use for flushing it are Parsley tea and barley tea.


Replied by Susan
Miami, Florida
11/14/2015

I suggest for the tooth and jaw pain, a plant-based diet sticking with your kidney disease dietary restrictions. This has helped me tremendously.

Posted by Carla (NSW Australia) on 12/28/2006
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Apple Cider Vinger cleaned my Kidney. This was discovered after taking a full blood test.

Replied by Joe
Tampa, Florida
09/04/2008

How did you use the ACV ? What was the dosage and frequency? Thanks, Joe

Replied by Reyhan
Istanbul, Turkey
03/05/2009

Hello, I have a brother with renal disease going on dialysis. I would like to learn how is the treatment of renal failure? Is it possible. I heard about vinegar. I would like to learn how to use it? thank you. reyhan

Replied by Miz
Sydney, Australia
04/02/2009

This is so important to NOT use ACV if you have chronic kidney issues and funation issues because it is too acidic and you need to stay away from all acids!! Im a homeopath and have had dialysis and know..so please take heed!!!

Replied by Annette
Cuy Falls, Ohio
08/08/2009

It is through research, and my understanding that apple cider vinegar (with the 'mother'), actually turns body chemistry ALKALAI (ANTI-DISEASE); NOT ACIDIC. PLEASE RESEARCH FOR YOUSELF.

Replied by Timr
Dover, De
01/24/2010

I have read some really interesting information on ACV, but I have not seen if ACV is good to take if I have a kidney problem. Is this acidic or akaline? Will it raise my Ph? and assist in healing my kidneys? Thanks, T

Replied by Stacie
Whitehous Station, Nj
02/28/2010

If you want to get rid of a bladder or urinary tract infection DO NOT take antibiotics. Otherwise, the infection will just keep recurring. Use a capful of organic apple cider vinegar in water and drink throughout the day. This turns your body and pH alkaline. If your body is alkaline, then bacteria, viruses and fungi die. They ONLY live in an acidic environment. Do you know that people with cancer are ALL Acidic! This is the problem in this country. We are loaded with acidic foods and wonder why disease is so prevalent.

Replied by Guest Daughter
Toronto, Ontario,canada
09/03/2011

Hi,

Please advise everyone, Could this treatment be used on cancer patient with impaired kidney function?

Thanks & Regards


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Posted by Dee (San Antonio , Texas) on 09/14/2015 2 posts
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For the anemia I read about blackstrap molasses and spinach with vitamin c to help absorb . I tried these remedies and I showed normal level now for almost year. I am postmenopausal, for the ckd (Chronic Kidney Disease) I was level 3, with apple cider vinegar 1 capful , 1/2 tsp baking soda with water. Ckd is better level 2. I also lost 5 lbs without ant effort with the acv! Appreciate all the great help :)

Replied by Shamin
El Dorado, Tacarigua
09/17/2015

For Kidney Disease - When do you take the Apple Cider Vinegar and Baking Soda and how many times in a day?

Replied by Dee
San Antonio , Texas
09/17/2015
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Dosing information: Apple Cider Vinegar and Baking Soda

I drink Apple Cider Vinegar with baking soda about 2 hours before going to bed. This help improve my condition due to taking high risk meds like almost 10 years.

Replied by En
Stafford, Virginia
09/18/2015

I just got my blood results back and I am concerned. My Creatinine Serum is high at 1.04, Sodium Serum is 142, my glucose serum is 99. All my levels are located right at the high end of reference interval or acceptable levels. I drink water, but something is not right.

If I start the ACV and Baking soda, how much water should I use at night? Any suggestions would be appreciated.

Replied by Carol
Pendleton In
02/23/2016

How often do u take this combo?


Posted by Jack (Baton Rouge, La) on 04/01/2015

I would like to improve my kindey function. I think I'm close to the boarderline. I have have high uric acid. I want to try apple cider vinegar and baking soda, but I just read it has sulfur in it. I am allergic to sulfur and sulfur drugs.

Replied by Gloria
Houston
06/16/2015

To Jack, go to in the health food store or harmacy and get a gallon of Aloe Vera drink daily, can mix with tea or juice. Don't give up give it at least 2weeks will work

Replied by Kelly
Tulsa, Ok
02/24/2016

Is coconut oil safe to use for someone with renal failure who is on dialysis? She has a severe Candida infection, diabetes, liver problems, and heart problems. Any advice on safe natural remedies would be appreciated. Thanks in advance.

Replied by Mama To Many Donate

Tennessee
02/25/2016

Dear Kelly,

For someone with multiple health problems, no one may be comfortable to say for sure if coconut oil is "safe." It is a food that has helped many people with many things, so unless certain fats are restricted by your friend's doctor, it does seem a reasonable thing to try. But do get a high quality (cold-pressed) coconut oil that smells like coconut. Start with a small amount and increase as desired. A small amount being a teaspoon once or twice a day. The maximum daily recommendation for coconut oil is 3 Tablespoons a day, I believe.

You might also find this link interesting about using charcoal therapy for renal disease: Charcoal Therapy

I hope you will find some good solutions for your friend!

~Mama to Many~


Posted by Rich (Indiana, US) on 11/12/2014
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My wife had been diagnosed by our DO, with kidney disease. She has been diabetic for many years and doesn't take very good care of the condition. Her GFR was 38 and Doc was concerned. I personally felt that she was already on too many meds and looked for a more natural method to raise the GFR. I found on more than one website in the UK, that there have been extensive studies on the use of ACV with baking soda, with impressive results. You won't find these studies in the US because the drug companies won't make a nickel from the results. This treats the problem, not the symptom.

We consulted with Doc, to make sure the sodium wouldn't be a problem with her hypertension. Doc looked at the UK studies and said, "Give it a try."

More recent blood work has seen her GFR go from 38 to 45, and now up to 53. We are no longer waiting to be told that dialysis will be on the agenda. The combination also seems to have help bring her BP down a little bit.

Another positive note to this is that my wife had not been one who wanted to try 'natural' remedies. Now that she has seen very good positive results, she reminds me if I forget to mix up her acv/soda combo in the morning. She is now more willing to try some of my "crazy" ideas.

I would highly recommend checking out the UK studies. The reports showed that in more than one case, people had been able to stop dialysis after using the combination.

My wife takes 1 oz. of ACV with 2 oz. of water and 1/8 tsp. baking soda. We use raw ACV.

Replied by Bee
New York
11/12/2014

Wow, that sounds great but I too worry about the sodium in baking soda as I have hypertension. I do use the Apple Cider Vinegar and tried the baking soda once, but it shot my bp up..

Replied by Afsoon
Los Angeles
11/17/2014

Has anyone here has heard of Asparagus Extract Tea? I have read many success cases and stories

Replied by William
Fl, US
12/24/2014

Isn't it a direct conflict to take the ACV and the bicarbonate at the same time, or in the same time period? Are these not polar opposites on acidity? I have read about both being helpful. Are there any here who have been counseled or considered that one increases acidity and one reduces it? Bill


Posted by Jan (Rochester, Ny, Usa) on 05/07/2010

I am looking for information on reversing kidney damage and find ACV and baking soda combinations most often suggested. Can anyone explain how they are both appropriate, since one is an acid and one a base? Don't they cancel each other out? And if an acid (ACV) brings forth an alkalizing response in the body why doesn't the baking soda do the opposite and make the body more acidic?

Replied by Rafael
Riverview, Florida
06/27/2012

Apple Cider Vinegar does not make your stomach acidic but the contrary.

Replied by Dreamer
Earth
08/29/2013

Hey. Why in many places it is said ACV to be bad for kidney disease cause of it's huge amount of potassium and here it is recommended? Kind regards: Dreamer


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Posted by Susan (New York) on 07/28/2013

Per Ted's posts about arabic gum for treating kidney disease, does anyone know where to buy arabic gum in the USA?

Replied by Ellen
Los Angeles
01/04/2014

Arabic gum can be bought at middleeastern import food stores. They will recognise it by the name Mastic or Mastiki gum. You could also try India food stores.

Replied by Margarito
Uk
01/05/2014

How do you take gum Arabic? Thanks

Replied by Maria
Jordan
04/17/2014

All you do is take a few pieces of arabic gum and chew them. Nothing else is needed. The gum from Greece is best. The powder is not as good either.

Replied by Afsoon
Los Angeles
11/17/2014

Does Arabic Gum really help with kidney disease? Has anyone tried and has had success with it?

Replied by Barbara
Jordan
04/03/2015

There are many types of Arabic Gum available, but I like this one the most.

http://www.nigella--sativa.com/store/p86/Mastic_Gum.html


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Posted by Saw Hoon Tan (Malaysia) on 07/12/2016
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I took care of kidney patient (My mum) and help her to recover from Kidney disease.

First, take Ashitaba powder/tea (Assitant root/leaves) at least 2 times per day on daily basis.

Second, take gold sea cucumber supplement on daily basis (Luxor brand is very good: Many cured of kidney disease/kidney failure).

Third, daily take beenzyme and papaya leaves containing papain (Optional: Can add on bromelain enzyme supplement) that break down protein in your body. Especially after every meal take beenzyme tablet to break down protein. Daily take papaya leaf supplement too.

U will be on your way to improve your health. Your doctor will say "You are a miracle" like my mum's kidney specialist said to/told her so.

Replied by Ijeoma
Maryland
08/10/2016

Did your mom have acute kidney failure? My case is acute kidney failure from septic shock.

Replied by Ijeoma
Md
09/21/2016

Please could you reply to this. Thanks.


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Posted by Ian (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia) on 11/28/2012
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A daily dose of bicarbonate soda could stop kidney disease and dialysis. I was told that I was at stage 3 in my kidney disease and eventually I would have to go on dialysis. The University Hospital in London had done some trial tests whereby taking a daily dose of bicarbonate soda could prevent the development of the disease. So, I had nothing to lose and took a teaspoon of bicarbonate soda with a glass of water twice a day. My tests came back and there has been no progression of the disease - hopefully it is in check, but the results look good.

On a second note, I have taken coca-cola with asparagus and on the last two occasions my kidney stones have disappeared. So, when it comes to my kidneys - the future is looking a little brignter. Cheers, Ian



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