Herbs for Kidney Stones

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Posted by Raquel (Davao City, Philippines) on 01/08/2011
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Cebukaw with canyan tea also works, according to my daughter in law who had kidney stones.

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Posted by Let It Go (Los Angeles, California) on 12/31/2017 10 posts

Regarding the post from 2011, can someone from the Philippines give us more details? Is Chebukaw - Caesalpinia sappan? What about canyan? What amounts would you take for kidney stones?


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Posted by Vanya (Frankfort, IN) on 06/25/2009
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Years ago my mom had a kidney stone and she got rid of it drinking tea brewed from hazelnut leaves, put a few leaves in 1 liter boiling water, turn off the stove and cover the pot for 5-10 minutes, strain and drink that all day long, keep refrigerated, you will get rid of your stone in a week. You can do the same procedure with flax seeds, but before put them in the water bake them in the oven just for a minute to crack the seeds open, this one will purify your kidneys... Good Luck!


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Posted by Dennis (Lakewood, USA) on 08/21/2008
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i used all 3 treatments of apple cider vinegar ist for 2 days...then olive oil and lemon juice 2nd and finally alfalfa with lime ...and my kidney stones were gone-- probably dissolved..now i take magnesium and b-6 to keep them away....thank God for this website...dennis.


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Posted by Ngozi (Minna) on 08/17/2022

You told us that you healed your kidney stones when you drank "Horse Gram boiled dark brown water." Your sentence is not complete. Was the Horse Gram boiled in dark brown water? If yes, how did you come about the "dark brown water?" Thank you.


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Posted by Raquel (Davao City, Philippines) on 01/07/2011

I had pain in my back and tried Horsetail tea for five weeks and pau d'arco tea after that for three days. My pain was releived but back again now. so I'm thinking it's kidney stones, not just kidney prob since I'm diabetic. I'll try the crepe myrtle tea or ACV and see what happens.


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Posted by Let It Go (Los Angeles, California) on 12/31/2017 10 posts

How much of the leaf do you recommend eating? It is also called Kalanchoe or Mother of the Thousands, and also used for cancer.



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