Cleanse Your Kidneys Naturally

Cleanse Your Kidneys Naturally

The reasons that people get disease are due to an overload of toxins in the body, a deficiency of nutrients, and an acidic condition. The key to regaining health is too properly remove toxins from the body and then re-introduce whole, organic foods. This is the reason why detoxification is imperative for anyone who has had or is going through cancer or any other ailment.

The Proper method of detoxification is to perform the cleansing in order of the Colon, Candida, Parasites, Kidney, and Liver. It is important to follow the correct order for detoxification in order to clear the channels of elimination for the most effective cleanse. If you have questions, ask a knowledgeable doctor (good luck finding one of those).

In order to cleanse the kidneys, you can brew a tea made of parsley. Put fresh parsley into a pot of water and bring to a boil. Let cool a bit and drink the parsley tea daily for 3 – 10 days, depending upon whether or not you have kidney stones.

There are also pre-made tea bags; which contain parsley and/or uva ursi, on the market that are specifically designed to detoxify the kidneys. Another way to detoxify the kidneys gently is by drinking lemon water daily. You can also drink a combination of lemon juice and olive oil to pass kidney stones at home. I have personally used this method when I had extreme kidney pain in November of 2013. I ended up passing 2 kidney stones and a large gallstone from drinking lemon juice and olive oil a few times within a 24 hour period. It saved me a costly trip to the emergency room.

By conducting these cleanses you will be able to free yourself from the many ailments that may have plagued you. Keep on a regular plan to detox at least annually. I like to do it as the New Year begins but it can be done at any time.

You can find a complete, detailed explanation of all detoxification methods in Chapter 6 of the “Defeat Cancer Now” book.


Tamara St. John


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