Anyone suffering from kidney stones knows that it is a really painful condition, particularly if the stone is stuck in the urinary tract, i.e., the channel leading from the kidney to the bladder.
What are actually kidney stones?
Kidney stones are actually mineral deposits, often formed of calcium, for instance calcium oxalate that is deposited in the kidneys that form small sand-like stones inside the kidneys.
What’s more, the stone may remain in the kidney for weeks, months or even years without triggering any symptoms. But, in case it moves, it may contribute to unbearable pain in the back, hips as well as bloody, muddy urine.
So, it is recommended to drink huge amount of liquid in order to allow the stone to be kicked out by urinating and also take some analgesics to alleviate the pain. However, if the stone is too large, a surgical procedure for its removal may be required.
Here is a great option that combines plenty of fluids and enables the stone to be broken and eliminated from your body.
Very effective syrup for melting kidney stones:
- 1 cup of maple syrup
- 250 grams or 8.8 oz. of cold pressed olive oil
- 250 grams or 8.8 oz. of parsley root
- 250 grams or 8.8 oz. of lemon
- 250 grams or 8.8 oz. of organic honey
First of all, you should chop the lemon, along with its rind, and put it in a blender. Then, mix it well. Next, clean and chop the parsley root and add it in the blender as well as the maple syrup and olive oil. Blend it well until you get homogeneous mixture.
At least, you should transfer the mixture in a glass jar and keep it in the fridge.
The recommended dose of this mixture is 1 tablespoon of it each morning on an empty stomach. Also, consume plenty of liquids during the day.
Actually, lemon is the main active ingredient in this wonderful recipe. Additionally, it increases urine’s acidity and melts the kidney stones.
Whereas, parsley is also a very important ingredient as it is great natural diuretic, which helps in the urine creation process.
On the other hand, honey soothes the effects, the oil lubricates, as well as the maple syrup gives the syrup much better-tasting.