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Herbal Tea for Patients with Kidney Disease

My grandma is a kidney patient, can you suggest me herbal tea for her? I’m really tensed about her.

Hello, friend. From you question, I can see you very love your grandma. Please don’t worry. I will recommend several herbal tea which are good for kidney disease patients’ health. If you do have any questions, please do feel free to contact our Online Doctor.

Dandelion root tea

Dandelion root tea is good for patients with kidney damage, because the kind of tea is able to increase the output of patients’ urine and more toxins and wastes can be excreted via urine.

Nettle leaf tea

The kind of tea not only can improve renal function but also can help lower high creatinine level which is a main symptom for kidney disease patients.

Other herbal tea like corn silk tea, honeysuckle tea can also be helpful. But it’s my duty to tell you although these herbal tea can assist kidney disease’s treatment, they cannot replace the whole kidney disease treatment because they cannot repair kidney damage. Therefore, to control kidney disease from the root, you should seek professional help as soon as possible. Here we will recommend natural treatments like Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Foot Bath, Maikang Mixture and so on. To know more details, please do feel free to click these treatments.

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