Is It Safe For Nephrotic Syndrome To Take Nettle Leaf

2018-01-19 01:10

Nephrotic Syndrome To Take Nettle LeafI have Nephrotic Syndrome. Is it safe to take nettle leaf to lower my creatinine?

Ok do you know your creatinine level?

Yes my creatinine level is 2.36mg/dL.

Nettle leaf tea can be used as a laxative to excrete creatinine out of your body. In this way, high creatinine level can be reduced to some extent. Besides, nettle leaf can also help reduce hypertension, reduce inflammation, break down kidney stones and support your kidneys. Generally speaking, you can take some nettle leaf to lower your high creatinine level. But it is not a radical cure for nephrotic syndrome and elevated creatinine level.

The treatment for Nephrotic Syndrome should be Detoxification Therapy which includes a series of Chinese medicine treatments including Hot Compress Therapy, Medicated Bath, Medicated Foot Bath, Medicinal Soup, Mai Kang Mixture, Moxibustion Therapy, Steaming Therapy, Enema Therapy and Acupuncture, etc. Based on your specific illness condition, our doctor will give you proper treatments. Different patient will be given different therapy. Several therapies are combined together to treat kidney disease.

Our Chinese medicines first remove excess substances from your body to purify your blood. Because Chinese medicine thinks that excess is toxic. The root cause of Nephrotic Syndrome is the accumulation of excess substances in your body. Chinese medicines can clear them out. Then the active ingredients of Chinese medicines can work effectively to repair injured kidney tissues and improve renal function gradually to expand blood vessels, improve blood circulation, prevent inflammation and coagulation, degrade extracellular matrix and provide nutrients. In this way, Nephrotic Syndrome can be treated from the root. No relapse occurs.

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