I find this page by accident. When I click the online consultation, a real doctor just appeared in the video. He answered all my questions and made a detailed analysis of my kidney problem.
I have one question: my younger brother is kidney disease patient and his creatinine level ranges from 1.2 to 2.0, now it’s 1.6. I wonder that is nettle leaf good for him to drink. Could you give me the answer?
Hello, friend. Thanks for your inquiry. You can get the answer from the following contents:
Drinking 1-2 cups of nettle leaf tea everyday has significant effects on lowering high creatinine level in the blood. It is a powerful kidney tonic because it can be as a natural diuretic which can help discharge extra wastes by increasing urination. And it can help improve kidney function to some extent. When renal functions are improved, excessive creatinine will be discharged naturally by the kidneys.
Nettle leaf and nettle stem contain rich protein, vitamins, renieratene and various minerals and trace elements such as phosphorus, magnesium, iron, zinc, manganese, silicon, calcium, sodium, copper, etc.
However, you should not take nettles if you are now taking anti-hypertensive drugs or blood-thinning medicines. And nettle is high in potassium, therefore you should not have too much if you have hyperkalaemia. If you have any other questions, please email to firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a message below directly.