Kidney Function And Nettle Tea2014-07-05 06:52
Nettle tea is often prescribed by doctors to improve kidney disease patients’ renal function. How does nettle leaf tea increase kidney function? In this article, you will learn the relation between nettle tea and kidney function.
Nettle and kidneys
Nettle can be regarded as a diuretic to remove excess water from the body through the kidneys. This effect can be used to treat urinary tract infections, because by increasing urine volume, it may help to discharge bacteria out of the kidneys and urinary tract. What’s more, nettle tea can treat kidney or urinary tract inflammation by way of forcing fluids through the kidneys.
Nettle tea and high creatinine level
Nettle is a natural herbal remedy for removing excessive creatinine from the blood so as to lower high creatinine levels in the blood. People with elevated creatinine level may be suggested to drink one or two cups of nettle leaf tea. Nettle tea can stimulate the kidneys to excrete more water, which is able to help the body remove more toxins and metabolic wastes from the body and serves as a valuable blood purifier. Thereby, nettle tea is one natural treatment to lower high creatinine level.
High creatinine level and kidney function
Creatinine is a by-product of creatine. Normally it is discharged from the blood out of the body by kidneys. However, once kidneys are damaged, kidneys can not function properly and timely. In such case, excessive creatinine will pile up in your body, leading to high creatinine level. Elevated creatinine level is a major measurement of kidney function. The higher creatinine level is, the poorer kidney function is.
In a word, nettle tea can lower high creatinine level to some extent. After that, kidney function also can be increased.
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