Kidneys are one of the most important body organs since their main function is to discard all the toxins and the excess salt from the body. In order to perform their job better, they need an occasional cleanse.
Kidneys absorb salt and toxins over time that can turn into kidney stones. So, to prevent the accumulations of these dangerous deposits, it is important to detoxify the kidneys and thus prevent any inconveniences or pain.
This article will help you learn of an amazing all-natural recipe that will help you in detoxifying your kidneys and improving their health.
You will need:
- Parsley or coriander leaves
Take a handful of parsley or coriander leaves. Chop them into large pieces and put them in a bowl with cold water. Put the bowl on fire and boil for 10 minutes. After that, remove the bowl from the heat and leave it to cool while covered. Once the mixture cools, strain it and store it in the fridge.
It is recommended to drink this mix cold, one cup a day. After a couple of days, you will notice a change in the urine. That is happening as a result of a process in the body in which it ejects poison from the kidneys.
If you prefer, you can also make a tea from these ingredients. All it takes is to let the mixture stand still, covered, for 30 minutes before putting it in the fridge. Drink a cup of this tea twice a month for regular kidney detoxification. Another great benefit of parsley’s tea is that it is immensely effective in relieving menstrual pains and cramps.
If you suspect that you have kidney stones, be careful since the tea will “shake” them and you might need to schedule a doctor’s appointment. Although the tea is completely safe and natural, it is advisable to be avoided during pregnancy!
Besides parsley and coriander, you can use apples, lemons and watermelons who are also an effective kidney cleaners. If you would like some help in the process of ejecting kidney stones, olive oil is here to lend a hand. Drink lots of fluids to maintain the optimal function of the kidneys. Stay safe and stay healthy!
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