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Chinese herbs treat chronic renal failure (CRF)?

2017-05-16 16:50

Chinese herbs treat chronic renal failure (CRF)? What Chinese herbs help treat chronic renal failure (CRF)? If this question interests you, then read on.

CRF can be caused by various factors and therefore it is necessary to choose herbs by the main factors. There are general tips. (If you want a specific herb plan, then send your fresh tests to our mail: kidneytcm@yahoo.com.)

- Herbs from high blood pressure:

Hypertension (high blood pressure) often occurs with CRF, and accelerates the progression of CRF. A good control of pressure can slow the deterioration of kidney function and improve overall health. Fortunately, some herbs reduce pressure, for example, selfheal, cassia, chrysanthemum, mother-of-pearl, radix achyranthis bidentatae, haliotis, radix paeoniae alba and others.

- Herbs from proteinuria:

Proteinuria (protein in the urine) causes further damage to the kidneys. Herbs that help alleviate proteinuria include cinnamon, thunder god vine, earthworm, radix puerariae, etc.

- Herbs to reduce kidney damage:

If patients with CRF want to treat the kidneys from the root, but it is necessary to repair damaged cells and kidney tissue and restore kidney function. For this purpose, some trva can be taken as an additional treatment, for example, Cordyceps sinensis, astragalus membranaceus and Chinese rhubarb to some extent improve kidney condition and increase glomerular filtration.

Of course, systemic treatment is necessary to treat the kidneys. Our treatment does not only use these useful herbs in various ways and external methods, for example, foot baths and for the whole body, Quan therapy, moxibustion, massage, acupuncture, etc.

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