Kidney Stones

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Supplements that appear to have the ability to either dissolve kidney stones (Urolithics; which reduce the need to pass kidney stones) or may not have direct dissolving properties but can protect the kidneys from damage caused by kidney stones while they are present.



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Dosage: 3g

A dosage of 250mg/kg in rats (which is about 3g of the seed extract for persons who weigh around 150 lbs) of all tested extracts is able to more than half the ability of 1% ethylene glycol to induce calcium oxalate kidney stones; the n-butanol extract causing nearly 90% inhibition and nigella sativa being able to work in both a prophylactic and therapeutic manner.



Tags

kidney, stone, calcium, oxalate, uric, acid, pass, urolithiasis, urolithic


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