Kidney disease, kidney explanation, acute inflammation and treatment


Kidney disease


The kidneys create the urine. Their main job is to do excretion of the harmful substances that are formed during the substance changes inside of them. Substances are mainly uric acid and urine itself.

In one minute, through the kidneys passes 1 to 1 ½ litters of blood which will be purified. So, the harmful substances are separated in the urine and all the rest goes into the bloodstream.


The kidneys may stop performing their function for 2 to 3 hours without harming the body.
For a normal flow of substance in the organism, a person needs about 2 ½ litters of liquid per day. Most of the liquids come from the pure water or some other liquids, while certain quantities are fed through the food. From that amount of liquids, up to 1 ½ litters are excreted through the urine and the remaining amount is excreted by sweating through the skin or during breathing.


Аcute inflammation of the kidneys

Disease is most common in childhood and in younger children. Elderly does not get ill often.
Acute inflammation of the kidney almost regularly precedes with inflammation of the throat or inflammation of the tonsil, ie angina.  The kidney inflammation may precede scarlatina and diphtheria .
Acute kidney inflammation is recognized by swollen jaws and ankles. The urine is blurry and dark, and sometimes it is extremely bloody. The patient feels kidney pain, which spreads to the bladder. Besides, he feels tired and loses appetite. Later a major headache emerges. In the case of a more severe form of the disease, it’s occurs swelling of the whole body. It’s is accompanied by nausea and visual impairment, breathing is difficult and it comes to vomiting. Inflammation of the kidneys is often accompanied by elevated blood pressure. Urine is excreted in reduced amounts.

Kidney disease Treatment

Composition of the tea for the easier form of the disease:

  • 40 g corn silk.
  • 40 g stems of horse tail.
  • 40 g stems of shepherd’s purse.
  • 40 g leaves peppermint.
  • 40 g leaves and flowers of St John’s-wort.
  • 40 g stems of frankincense.
  • 40 g raw juniper berries.
  • 20 g of celery leaves.
  • 20 g plantago lanceolata leaves.


Preparation and purpose of tea:


Grasses should be finely chopped and mixed well. Put 10 g of the mixture into 1 litter boiled water and boil, with closed lid, for about one and a half minute. Let it cool down and sift in dark bottle, close and keep in dark place. Consume 1 dcl 3 times per day before the meal ie ½ dcl each two hours between meals. After the dose which is taken before the meal, eat 1 spoon refined olive oil, and after other doses take a teaspoon of honey with few drops lemon juice. You can take olive oil mixed with food. Patients with the diabetes should switch the honey with orange juice.
Food should be prepared only with vegetable oil with small amount of salt, or cooked food without salt, or stew with lot of greens.
The patient should live in a ventilated room with an equal temperature. In the morning and in the evening, do massage on the back, groins, all along the kidneys and under the stomach; with the mixture of lukewarm olive oil and rakia. After that, dress warmly and lie in the warm room. Easy walking on fresh air is recommended.
During treatment of the disease it’s forbidden to: eat meat and meat products, salt, alcohol and larger quantities of sweets, black coffee, cigarettes, physical work.


Composition of tea for severe disease severity

  • 40 g of nettle.
  • 40 g raw juniper berries.
  • 40 g corn silk.
  • 40 g stems of horse tail.
  • 30 g stems of frankincense.
  • 30 g stems of wild thyme.
  • 30 g stems of mentha.
  • 30 g roots of marsh mallow (plant).
  • 30 g leaves parsley.
  • 20 g stems smooth rupturewort.


Preparation and purpose of tea:

The preparation of the tea, the way of usage and all other instructions are the same as in the above case-lighter form of acute kidney inflammation, since in this case, light tea is obtained from a mixture of the same amount of wild thyme and dog rose flower. Not to take too much fluids