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How to reverse Kidney Disease Naturally

by Sean Martu
kidney disease

If there’s one thing I’ve noticed lately, it’s that Dialysis clinics are popping up everywhere. That’s definitely not a good sign, but lately, I’ve noticed literally everyone is developing some kind of serious ailment. Kidney disease is one of them, but what appears to be the harbinger of death can actually be fought back and cured.

What causes Kidney failure?

In many cases, kidney failure is caused by other health conditions that have done permanent damage to your kidneys gradually over time.

When the kidneys are damaged, they may lose their ability to function correctly. If the damage continues to get worse, your kidneys are less able to do their job, you’ll have chronic kidney disease. Kidney failure also called end-stage renal disease(ESRD) is the last most severe stage of chronic kidney disease.

Diabetes is the most common cause of kidney failure, while high blood pressure is the second most common cause. Other health issues that can cause kidney failure include:

  • Autoimmune diseases
  • Genetic diseases
  • Nephrotic syndrome
  • Urinary tract problems

Acute kidney injury or acute renal failure occurs very quickly, typically within a couple of days.  Common causes of acute renal failure include:

  • Heart attack
  • Illegal drug use and drug abuse
  • Not enough blood flowing to the kidneys
  • Urinary tract problems

How to reverse kidney failure

I’ve discovered that Nigella sativa, better known as black seeds as well as dandelion leaves can improve and reverse kidney failure. According to this research article on PubMed “Renal injury, nephrolithiasis and Nigella sativa,

Black Seeds and its main component, thymoquinone showed positive effects in prevention or curing kidney stones and renal failure through various mechanism such as antioxidative, anti-inflammatory, anti-eicosanoid and immunomodulatory effects.

You can get organic powdered black seeds from me here, and you can get organic black seeds in vegan pills from me here.

Dandelion root is famous for its liver detoxing abilities, but its leaves are popular for stimulating and cleansing the kidneys

Dandelion leaf is safe for stimulating the kidneys and helping them to function efficiently. It’s loaded with carotenoids and minerals and is regularly used to treat fluid retention which often causes swollen ankles(liver toxicity can also cause this condition). Dandelion leaf is a natural diuretic that can cause a loss of potassium from the body, fortunately, dandelion leaf is a good source of potassium a which makes it perfectly balanced and a safe diuretic. You can find my recommended dandelion leaf brand on Amazon.com here.

September 25/2020  Update: See my blog post “Camu-Camu: The Heal All Superfood” to see how Camu-Camu reversed one person’s kidney disease.


Necessary internet disclaimer: All information and resources found on Nothingsincurable.com are based on the opinions of the author unless otherwise noted. I am not a doctor nor do I have any medical training, all information is intended to motivate readers to make their own nutrition and health decisions after consulting with their health care provider. The author of this site encourages you to consult a doctor before making any health changes, especially any changes related to a specific diagnosis or condition.


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Ellz August 30, 2019 - 11:42 am

I like your approach to wellness. I’m thinking you’re self taught, ie: have done a lot of research. That’s how I have learned just about everything; career, healing, earth systems. I have also used green calcite to good effect; smoky & rose quartz are great, too. Also essential oils, which I switched to instead of fresh/dried herbs, for the concentration, and vastly extended storage time/effectiveness. I use a small handbook by Susan Worwood, about the basic essential oils; (her sister, Valerie writes a tome on the subject). I use the small book, because it fits in my oils box.
I’m using DE on my cats right now. I use a spice bottle w/a shaker top, & they get one good shake a day, plus I have them on flaxseed, for both the fiber &brain benefits. Check out Dr. Andrew Jones on YouTube; I listen & apply remedies from him instead of going to the local vet$$$$.
I stopped free feeding dry food- they get 1-2TBs. when they come to me, & wet food 3x a day. I have made my own formula ear wash for cats’ yeast overgrowth, caused by a heavy grain diet(dry food). It’s 1 cup of strong brewed green or black tea, w/2 drops ONLY of Rosemary essential oil. I put this in a old mustard type bottle, and warm it by my body heat b4 I saturate a cotton ball & dribble in my cat’s ear. Cleared it up in 3 days! I had spent $300 @ the vet b4 that, trying to clear her scratching madly at her ear, w/ sneezing & watery eyes. Dr. Jones recommends Tinactin, a small amt. on Q-tip swabbed in the ear after the wash. Also Lysine to clear up cat’s sneezing, which is a form of herpes virus. Mine get that daily, too, caplets ground fine in a mortar, maybe ⅛ teas. daily, w/DE. They are good to go now, at 18yrs. old, they are showing little signs of aging.
I’ve turned alot of people onto fg. DE. Good forever if it stays dry; killing cockroaches, bedbugs, earwigs, slugs- but not for honeybees, or moths! Many years ago, I originally used DE to worm horses, mixed w/chopped up mulberry leaves, and one bag of good (molasses coated) horse feed. I’d have to do it 2-3x a year, but much less traumatic for the horses systems, & lots less $$$.
I wish you well in all your endeavors, & will keep watching on YouTube. Peace, Ellen in Denver⛰?


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