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10 Natural Remedies for Kidney Pain

Dry beans and peas7. Kidney beans

As ironic as it sounds, kidney beans are great for the kidney – and no, that’s not where the name comes from! These kidney-shaped beans are able to help reduce the effect of a kidney infection, and seriously reduce the pain that you experience as a result.

They are also effective at reducing the chances of developing kidney stones, and also reducing the pain that these stones can cause.

So how do you get the benefit form the beans? First take them out the boils, boil them for a few hours until they’re soft, drain away the liquid and keep it. Strain it again, and then drink the liquid. Drink it a few times a day and you’ll soon see the results.

8. Celery

Celery is a wonder vegetable because it has fewer calories than the calories you spend eating it, making it great for losing weight and keeping healthy. The vegetable is also naturally an antiseptic, meaning it’s great for helping get rid of infections and getting rid of toxins from the body.

Consuming more celery will stop oxalates from forming as quickly in your kidneys, and it will make you go to the bathroom more often, giving your body more chances to flush out toxins.

9. Basil

Adding basil to your food helps your kidneys flush out infections and toxins, and even reduce the pain that you suffer from a current infection. You can also get the benefits from basil by combining basil juice with honey and creating a tonic that you sip. This is slightly tastier than sipping olive oil!

In order for this to work however, you will need to drink the tonic daily for around five or six months.

10. Watermelon

Finally, be sure to eat more watermelon. It’s hydrating, meaning you’ll go to the bathroom more and flush out more toxins, and it can also help remove kidney stones thanks to the potassium found within it.

It will also help maintain the acidity of your urine, keeping the kidneys in check and in perfect shape.