Herbal Medicine

Sour cherries for gout, arthritis, and kidney disease

Sour Cherries, Gout and Kidney Disease

Sour cherries are one of my favourite fruits to eat when they are in season! I have always liked the slight tart taste of sour …

Chitosan and kidney disease

Chitosan – Weight Loss and Kidney Disease

With kidney disease often being a disease that comes as a result of many of the big health conditions affecting our modern western world, I …

Depression & Kidney Disease

If you or someone you know is suffering from depression, you are not alone. It is estimated that 5% of the adult population worldwide suffer …

Couch grass (Elymus repens)

Couch Grass & Kidney Disease

If you are part of our Kidney Disease Solution community then you will no doubt have read in our book about the amazing effects of …

Everything You Need to Know About Sarcoidosis

Sarcoidosis is one of the lesser-known causes of kidney disease and kidney damage. One of the problems with sarcoidosis is that it can be very …

The Benefits of Nettle Leaf in Renal Disease

We frequently get asked about the safety of certain herbal medicines as people have heard from their doctor or read on various websites that herbs …

What You Need to Know About ANCA Vasculitis

Despite the fact that autoimmune diseases are on the rise worldwide, getting an accurate diagnosis can still be a lengthy and frustrating process. ANCA vasculitis …

Bupleurum and kidney disease

Bupleurum & its Clinical Use in Kidney Disease

Bupleurum falcatum, commonly known as just Bupleurum, is a woody shrub native to Europe, Asia, and North America. Medicinally it is the root of the …

Medicinal mushrooms and Kidney disease

Medicinal Mushrooms and Their Therapeutic Effects

You may have heard that medicinal mushrooms are great for our immune system, but did you know that they can also help maintain a healthy …

Treating Kidney Disease in Our Pets

Every now and then we get an email asking if our protocol and supplements can help our furry four-legged friends. The short answer is yes. …

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