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Conquering Kidney Stones

Updated on November 26, 2014

Ouch! Don't let this happen to you!

Ouch!
Ouch!

What causes kidney stones?

There are a number of causes. One is having too much calcium in your system. If you experience discomfort from these , slow down on your calcium intake.

What can you do when you have a kidney stone? You can wait in the E.R. , and then get tested for all sorts of things you don't have. Or you can have a Dr. tell you that you need to pass it.

Have you experienced that? I have, and it is no fun. I had stones so big and sharp that I was passing a lot of blood!

HOW CAN YOU SOLVE THIS PROBLEM?

What worked for me was drinking 2 large, hot/warm cups of Dandelion Tea every day. On day 2, I started putting one fluid once of "raw" vinegar in a cold glass of water and drinking it once a day. After 2 days of drinking the DandelionTea, the pain and bleeding stopped. I also drank a shot glass of extra virgin olive oil. That is not only good for the arteries, and the heart, but softens the stones a little.

The natural chemicals in the Dandelion root wear down the sharp edges and make the stone smaller and passable. I like the taste, but if you don't, add some honey,sugar,or lemon to the tea! I have also made it very hot and put some strawberry and raspberry jam in it. How awesome!

This worked like a miracle, but I still recommend seeing a Dr. ***Also, I recommend putting ground cloves in the tea as well, to manage the pain.

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Please try this and let me know what you experience.

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      leann2800 

      6 years ago

      I had never heard of using dandelion tea. Thanks for sharing.

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      MikeSyrSutton 

      7 years ago from An uncharted galaxy

      Thank you so much! That was my first Hub ever I think. It is so cool to get a new comment now. I like your profile and Hubs a lot as well!

      Thanks! I hope you saw the ads on here. They will help you along!

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      kimberlyslyrics 

      7 years ago

      hi mike!

      I came to check you out and follow. And holy sh@t I feel like I walked into my section of the library! Your hubs are really fantastic and a great range of content.

      This is so exciting to me, suffering from chronic kidney stones since forever.

      My next ones, sure yo come I am trying this and will definitely let you know. fingers crossed

      off to rate you up and share you about

      tx

      kimberly

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      Jen's Solitude 

      8 years ago from Delaware

      Very interesting read. I was using the "hopper" when I stumbled on to your hub. Dandelion tea for kidney stones, who knew? Thanks for sharing the info. I have never had kidney stones, but it is good to have this info for future reference.

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      MikeSyrSutton 

      8 years ago from An uncharted galaxy

      Please read my blog posts, and respond to, and rate them.

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