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Your Kidneys Here

Updated on May 12, 2014

Hello there, this is your Kidneys,

Bet you never thought you’d get a post from your Kidneys eh. Don’t panic, there’s not too much of a problem yet, down here with your kidneys, but we, and our urinary tract, did want to 'touch base’ with you, however. This letter to you is our next step and is only a reminder to you. This letter is not a warning, as of yet. We just wanted to remind you that we are here for you, always have been and always will be. We like living as much as you do. And we also wanted to make sure that you understand what you can do to help us down here in the filtering process of your Kidneys.

Don’t worry, in helping us, you wont have to go to a doctor or his office for a prescription or a shot, or will you need a special brand of health insurance. These items you’ll need are either a food or an herb or other natural holistic ways that help us do our job the best we can for you. And yes they are all legal to acquire, maybe in some States more than others. There are many foods and herbs that we like to use in the process but one, asparagus, is our very favorite.

Isn’t your Mother feeding you anymore? When you were a lot younger we had a good steady supply of asparagus and other fruits and vegetables and herbs. It was great here in the kidneys, we could even take breaks. You had great health because we had great health. We didn’t have stress and the need to worry about whether we would be able to handle all these toxins or not. We didn’t even know what worry and stress was until uh, well a few days ago. We have a hard time to with Nitrates which are chemical additives used to preserve and add flavoring to most lunch meats, including cold cuts and hot dogs. Once in the body, they react with body chemicals and turn into cancer-causing carcinogens.

You see, not to be bossy or nothin but, we are reaching the end of our asparagus reserves. We were cutting back thinking there could be some asparagus on the way at any time, but that wasn’t the case. We wanted to get this post to you before you get sick or something. We couldn’t live with ourselves if that happened. And we certainly didn’t want to ‘raise the ceiling’ of our true situation down here, and not tell you what’s going on. That wouldn’t show good logical sense and it wouldn’t be fare to you, our precious body. It would be like lying to you, the one we share this existence with. Lying to you would be like killing ourselves, and we certainly wouldn’t want to do that. We have no other agenda but to do our best and keep you (us) in optimal health.

Why do we, your Kidneys, like asparagus so very much? Well because it works so darn fast and is so thorough at helping us filter out some very bad toxins, poisons, viruses and diseases for you. Not to scare you but, we’v had some really bad ones down here that, with the help of asparagus, were easy to get rid of and get out of your (our) system without any harm to the cells. Yes, cancer has been here in the past but it was flushed out the same day it arrived, thanks to asparagus.

When you’ve eaten asparagus, ever notice how fast your urine smells. You could eat it on the way to the bathroom and sure enough your urine would have that tell-tale pungent smell. That’s how fast it works for us in the Kidneys as well. We love it. Do you think it smells bad? You should smell it down here. And it should smell bad anyway, that’s what the bad things we filter out should smell like, bad. If there wasn’t any toxins and such things, to filter and get rid of for you, your urine would not smell as bad. It is truly a miracle vegetable to us.

We, your Kidneys, love fresh, canned or frozen asparagus, as long as it’s cooked. Please be sure and satisfied that the brand you buy is free of pesticides, herbicides, preservatives or other poisons. It doesn’t make our job any easier when we have to filter these poisons out of the asparagus before we use the asparagus to filter out more poisons in our Kidneys. These actions do not make sense to us, and we hope they don’t make good sense to you either. It is the same situation down here when you use the synthetic drugs you get from the doctor. By the time we filter all the unhealthy synthetic poisons from these drugs there isn’t anything left. Not only do these drugs, or anything not natural and synthetic, wear us out and cause stress. These drugs cause us to compromise our 'work load’ down here. And that can be a deadly situation for both of us.

Eating cooked asparagus is fine with us and will do the trick, but if you place the cooked asparagus in a blender and liquefy to make a puree, this will speed the digestion process and help us to achieve our filtering goals even faster. This way you will only have to take a tablespoon of this asparagus juice instead of needing to go and buy more of the whole vegetable at the store every time you want to use asparagus. This juice can also be diluted with water, chilled and served in a tall drinking glass like a lemonade. But make sure the water is pure, and please, please don’t add sugars or any sweeteners to the drink, for pity sake. We will have to re-filter these sweeteners out before using the asparagus juice for further filtering. Again, these actions, like taking synthetic drugs from the doctor, will only make it doubly hard for us to do the job we were intended to accomplish for you, or rather, us, in the first place. We can only take so much abuse. When we can’t do our job sufficiently and correctly, you get sick.

If you are going to use a puree or juice, we like to have a full tablespoon twice daily, morning and night. This ‘dose’ is only a suggestion from us, and is based on your present health, which to us does not seem to be in any jeopardy at this time. Like we said, this letter is not a warning. But if you continue to keep asparagus from us as you are doing, the next letter will be a warning. That is, if we have the energy to write a warning letter to you. We may not be able to let you know in time. It has taken most of our energy to write this post to you because we arn’t accustomed to writing posts. But we do love you and wanted to at least make contact so you will have a better understanding about us. And also to know better about what you put in your mouth, and how it affects us.

Looking forward.

We love you,
Your Kidneys

ps- Word may get out about this, you could get more letters from our neighbors. Ya know it’s cool opening up this dialogue like this. Just think how healthy it could be on our longevity. Lets all have a long and beautiful relationship.

more about Asparagus, our fave veg:

Asparagus is one of the most balanced vegetables for nutrition and natural preventative health, according to the Michigan Asparagus Advisory Board. Asparagus has more nutrients than almost all other vegetables. This healthy vegetable can be enjoyed as part of a well balanced diet. Asparagus contains many nutrients, vitamins and minerals. This vegetable is a good source of Vitamins K, A, C and E and also contains selenium, copper, zinc and iron.

The American Heart Association (AHA) recognizes folate as essential for heart health. Asparagus is a great source of this vitamin, having 34 percent of the recommended daily amount in just 1/2 cup serving. According to World's Healthiest Foods, asparagus contains inulin, which is a special type of carbohydrate that promotes digestive health, by helping healthy bacteria to flourish in the intestines.

what else we love in our Kidneys:

Cauliflower is so cool. This cruciferous vegetable is just filled with healthy foliate, a fiber and antioxidant. Antioxidants reduce the amount of inflammation in your body, which helps us kidneys function properly. The potassium in cauliflower helps us to prevent kidney stones from forming down here, and we just hate those damn things.

Red Peppers are very cool, and are very low in potassium which makes them a perfect food to include in your diet for our filtering process here in the Kidneys. They are jammed packed with folic acid and fiber.

Apples are cool too, and an excellent addition to a healthy kidney diet for us. There is a reason that you’v heard, “an apple a day helps keep the doctor away," and that is because it’s true. They are filled with anti-inflammatory compounds which are crucial to a healthy kidney. Be sure to eat the skin. The skin of the apple is replete with soluble fiber.

Cranberries and cranberrie juice helps us prevent bacteria from adhering to the bladder wall. If bacteria sticks to the walls of our close neighbor the bladder, it can travel to us kidneys and cause an infection we have to deal with. (We do love all kinds of juices, but please do not add anything like sugar or any kind of alcohol to the juice. It just deceives the purpose because we have to filter it out. And alcohol, one of the worse poisons, is very, very difficult to filter out. Almost as bad as radiation.)

Fish is a big treat down here especially fish that is high in omega-3 fatty acids like salmon or herring. These fatty acids are known to reduce inflammation, which makes them very kidney friendly to us Kidneys. We would rather have fish than any other meat. If you are a vegetarian all you have to do is give us hemp oil, which is a perfect amount of omega-3 fatty acids for us. All our neighbors will agree on that.

HERBS THAT WE LOVE: These herbs help us by repairing and keeping smooth the urinary tract so that solutes and insoluble salts don't form stones by being deposited on our urinary tract wall.

Couch grass is a diuretic and the mucilage helps soothe an inflamed and irritated urinary tract. It also helps heal the urinary tract. Couch grass increases the urine by the osmotic process. It has some active constituents with an antibiotic effect, and can be used in gout and rheumatism. It is also used in cystitis, prostatitis, nephritis, calculus (stones), urethritis, and benign prostatic hypertrophy.

Uva ursi is great as a urinary antiseptic, and an astringent herb. It has an antibacterial effect on us kidneys, that is effective against things that are so un-cool like, e. coli, proteus, klebsiella, staphyloccocus, and pseudomonas. Just to let you know, dear one, the antibacterial effect is at its best 3 to 4 hours after taking the herb, as some of the active constituents are converted in the kidneys to activate the antiseptic effect.

Horsetail is very high in silica, and we use it as an astringent in our genito-urinary tract. It is also a super diuretic and we found it reduces the levels of lead in the body, and there is evidence of an anti-rheumatic effect and a positive effect on lipid [fat] metabolism.

Parsley is also a cool diuretic that we love to use for edema and urinary stones. It also helps us increase the elimination of waste products like urea, and other acidic metabolites, and thus used for gout and arthritis.

Nettle is so very cool and highly nutritious, with vitamins & minerals and including chlorophyll and beta carotene, vitamins A, B2, C and E, calcium, potassium, and iron. Nettle has been proven to increase the elimination of the waste product, uric acid. It is also a diuretic.

Corn silk has a lot of vitamin K and potassium. We like to use it for acute or chronic inflammation of the urinary tract, cystitis, prostatitis, night time urination, and urethritis. Corn silk is not a well studied herb, but it is a diuretic.


Years pass by and our kidneys are filtering the blood by removing salt, poison and any unwanted entering our body. With time, the salt accumulates and this needs to undergo cleaning treatments and how are we going to overcome this?

It is very easy, first take a bunch of parsley or Cilantro ( Coriander Leaves ) and wash it clean
Then cut it in small pieces and put it in a pot and pour clean water and boil it for ten minutes and let it cool down and then filter it and pour in a clean bottle and keep it inside refrigerator to cool.

Drink one glass daily and you will notice all salt and other accumulated poison coming out of your kidney by urination also you will be able to notice the difference which you never felt before.

Parsley (Cilantro) is known as best cleaning treatment for kidneys and it is natural !


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