Kidney stones are believed to be caused by mineral formations. They are frequently described by people as the most painful experience of their lifetimes. It is this intense pain that propels most sufferers to seek fast relief from doctors. Thereafter, drugs are prescribed that are intended to dissolve the stones, but if the stones are too large to pass, then surgery is conducted. Ironically, the surgeries can increase the risk of having further kidney stones; especially in overweight patients.
Mineral stones are the most common type of kidney stones. They can sometimes occur when people do not drink enough water, resulting in minerals and salts clumping together into "stones". It is believed that an excess of calcium causes kidney stones, but the stones are technically caused by a body lacking other minerals. The human body requires a diverse group of minerals, in order to be able to utilize calcium properly. If calcium cannot be properly combined with vitamin D-3 and magnesium, due to poor nutrition, then the resultant wasted calcium can bind with other materials to form into kidney stones, or the calcium may line the arterial walls to play a role in coronary artery disease, amongst a long list of problems. Various pharmaceuticals and artificial food additives, such as MSG, deplete minerals to make kidney stones, and a variety of other health problems much more likely. This mineral starvation is one reason why people with kidney problems will usually develop heart ailments too. The connection between the two was discovered about 3,000 years ago by Traditional Chinese Medicine. Modern doctors have not discovered it yet.
To prevent kidney stones, people should drink enough water for the urine to run clear, and they should also have a diet that features fruits and vegetables. It is not possible to have completely clear urine in the hours following vitamin B supplementation, and excessive vitamin B-6 will cause neon-green urine. Magnesium is needed to properly utilize calcium. It is found in green leafy vegetables, cashews, almonds, and walnuts. Spinach is especially high in magnesium, and baby spinach is even more nutritious. We recommend caution when taking magnesium supplements, because excessive magnesium causes other important minerals to be flushed out of the body. Vitamin D is available in some foods and supplements. The vitamin D that is synthesized as a supplement has only partial effectiveness, and it is rejected by some bodies outright. The best food source of vitamin D is baked (not fried) seafood, but avoid fish that is farm raised or imported from God-forsaken countries. A body will also manufacture its own vitamin D with sunlight exposure, and the tanning process additionally helps a body to remove excess cholesterol.
Some people have managed to pass kidney stones by eating large amounts of watermelon. However, our research has concluded that the popular lemon juice and oil combination is the most effective method. Lemon juice breaks down the stones, while the oil provides lubrication to allow the stones to pass.
To perform a lemon and olive oil cleanse, blend 5 ounces of lemon juice with 5 ounces of olive oil. Extra-virgin olive oil is best because it is the healthiest, and it has a thicker consistency than most other food oils. People may wish to add a small amount of honey to improve the taste. Drink the solution as quickly as possible. Do this once in the morning, and once in the late afternoon. Continue this for several days, or until the stone passes. Drink plenty of water throughout this process, including extra lemon juice if possible.
Kidney infections often mimic kidney stones. Kidney stones make kidney infections more likely. Therefore, people should treat for both infections and kidney stones at the same time. We recommend the addition of cranberry juice and colloidal silver for oral consumption. Do not use dehydrated cranberry supplements in place of cranberry juice, because they are ineffective.
In vitro and in vivo study of effect of lemon juice on urinary lithogenesis., National Institutes of Health
Increased Risk Of Kidney Stones And Gastric Bypass Surgery Linked, Medical News Today