Compared to western medications, herbal medicines are more safe, natural and effective for lowering high creatinine level for kidney disease patients. Well then, what herbal medications to take in to lower elevated creatinine level?
Kidney failure patients experience high creatinine level as failed kidneys cannot discharge excess creatinine level out of the blood timely. Therefore, herbal treatments that lower creatinine levels aims at improving kidney function. As long as kidney can function adequately, the waste products will be removed. As a result, the high creatinine level will be reduced to normal range.
Under such a condition, the following Chinese herbs will be recommended to you for lowering creatinine level in blood.
1. Ginseng: the herb stimulates the circulation to the kidneys, which is very helpful in treating kidney disease. In clinic, it is often used with cinnamon to lower creatinine level.
2. Dandelion root: herb of dandelion root can be used as a diuretic. Normally, creatinine is discharged out of the body with urine, so by increasing kidney failure patients’ urine output, much more creatinine can be excreted and high creatinine level can be lowered effectively.
3. Chinese rhubarb:Chinese rhubarb can promote intestinal discharge so as to alleviate azotemia, reduce creatinine level and relieve other symptoms of renal failure. Besides, the herb also can help control high blood pressure, hyperlipidemia and arteriosclerosis.
Here, aside from single herbal medicines, there are more systemic and natural treatments in Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital, including Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Medicated Bath, Acupuncture, Foot Bath, Immunotherapy, etc. All of them make full use of Traditional Chinese Medicine and advanced medical technology, which reduce high creatinine level by improving renal function fundamentally.
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