Natural way to avoid Kidney Transplant

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All the living beings are made of certain body systems which includes; respiratory system, excretory system, circulatory system, skeletal system and nervous system. All these in a combine form makes an individual. All the organs as well as the organ system possess their own function. Even if the single organ gets harassed then the whole system has to suffer.

All the organs are classified into categories as per their importance and metabolic functions. Likewise, Brain, Lungs, Liver, Kidneys and the Heart all these comes under the first category which means one can’t live without these. Here our concerned topic will be kidneys and we will be talking about the ‘Kidney Transplant’.

What are the Kidneys?

The kidneys are two bean-shaped organs, each about the size of a fist. They are located just below the rib cage, one on each side of the spine. Every day, the two kidneys filter about 120 to 150 quarts of blood to produce about 1 to 2 quarts of urine, composed of wastes and extra fluid.  These are maroon red in colour and looks like a big kidney bean. They are meant for a major role in the body. following are the functions of kidneys in our body-

Kidney Transplant

Kidney Transplant

  • To remove waste products from the body
  • removal of drugs from the body
  • Balances the body’s fluids
  • Release hormones that regulate blood pressure
  • Produce an active form of vitamin D that promotes strong, healthy bones
  • Control the production of red blood cells

What are called Kidney diseases?

Our body organs are like machines; they are abide to work properly only if they are fit and fine. Like every machine and devices, there is a great need to preserve them and make them rest. As we human beings need ample rest, so our body cells gets recharged and active; similarly if you don;t care your body then in the references the organs gets disturbed and develops diseases. In Kidneys, when those refined wastes starts getting deposited and if the person still remains unknown. The sickness lowly gets major and can be even fatal.

Enemies of Kidneys:-

Always keep in mind, there are certain extrinsic factors and things which has the potency to make your kidneys ill and sick. Those are the enemies of kidneys; some of those enemies are given below.

  1. Aspirins and pain killers
  2. Overdose of salt
  3. Extra spicy food
  4. Starving and hunger
  5. Junk and refined food stuffs
  6. Colas and other aerated drinks

There are many diseases for ‘kidney‘. As a fact, a normal human being can live upon one kidney itself. But in 90% of the cases, the ailment is detected when the severity either reaches to both the kidneys, or the first kidney is damaged to 80%. In most of the severe cases, the nephrologist suggests for dialysis and afterwards for kidney transplant.

Dialysis is also known as ‘Artificial kidney’ which is carried out to diffuse out nitrogenous wasted from your body. It is a machinery process, in which the catheter cum needle is inserted on your wrist and the process is carried out.

Facts about Dialysis and Transplant:-

Dialysis process keeps your body free from wastes but slowly damages the nephrons which are functional units of kidneys. Dialysis is good for none; one who steps into it become habituated and the dialysis process becomes the only lifeline! For each dialysis, it costs around 1300-2000 rupees and the doctors suggests to go for it twice to thrice a week which means; 6000 rupees a week. This huge sum of money is not affordable by everyone. It addition, it even gives you a lots of pain and problems.

Dialysis is not a permanent thing. The doctor prescribes you for this as an optional time till transplant is carried out. In the Kidney transplant, a donor kidney is required which must match your RH factor and blood group. It is then stitched to your lower ureter which keeps you alive. The surgical process goes for a long time and is highly expensive. Even after getting operated, the person is not able to live a normal life as earlier. Huge packs of medicines, complications in food, living style etc all are hampered.

Now, we will be talking about the best and the natural way to get rid of this.

Dried Gokhru fruits

Dried Gokhru fruits

What is Natural Therapy?

Nature has provided us many things which are the best for our lives as well as the health. Due to lack of knowledge and due to proper practical results, most of us are not able to understand the importance of those herbs and plants. All these herbs are rich in medicinal values and benefits. Here. we will be talking about a very common herb which is called ‘Gokhru‘ in Hindi and ‘Punctured vine’ in English. Using Gokhru can easily cure-all kind of kidney ailments and one cn also get rid of ‘Transplant’.

How does Gokhru helps?

Here, we shall be talking, how to use Gokhru to cure kidney.

  • Take 250 gm of Gokhru thorns and boil it in 4 litres of water.
  • Boil in a low as well as medium flame; turn off the flame as it gets reduced to 1 litre.
  • After that strain the water and store it in a bottle.
  • Give this solution twice a day; with the dosage of 100 gm.
  • Make sure that you have this in empty stomach.
  • You must have patience; after 15 days you will notice the results.

It is one of the very efficient cure for Kidneys. It can even make you recover if you are in the process of dialysis. So guys, believe in the nature as well as nature cure. Take care and live well!

She is a learner and health conscious person. She is always interested in seeking knowledge regarding Ayurveda, herbal medicine and Yoga to cure any health ailments naturally.
She holds a Bachelor Degree in Alternative Medicine.

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