Celery Seed Tea: Drink Away Kidney Stones

September 7th, 2009

Drinking lots of water is one of best things you can do for your overall health, if you have kidney stones or not.  It is widely suggested to consume at least 8 glasses of water per day, and if you are more active to increase the amount of water you drink to replace the water lost from sweat and exercise.  While water alone can help keep the body at optimal levels of natural health during everyday life, when you have kidney stones, your body has different needs.

When water is not enough for kidney stone treatment, using natural remedies in addition to water can prove to be very effective.  Many people are looking around the internet to find solutions to the intense pain caused by kidney stones and the traditional options of expensive doctor’s visits (often more than $6,500) are hard to swallow.  There are natural herbs that can be added to water to increase the likelihood that the mixture will help pass kidney stones.  Adding herbs to water creates a power tea.

Adding celery seed to water has proved to be an effective solution to people needing to pass kidney stones using an all natural method that can be done at home.  Pregnant women should hold off on using the celery seed tea solution until further research is performed as the needs of pregnant women are unique.  To make an effective celery seed tea, add 2 tablespoons of celery seed (organic is best) to 2 cups of boiling water.  Heat the celery seed until soft and then seem for 8 minutes.  Use a strainer to remove excess water from seeds.  Consume the tea every hour, drinking a 1/2 cup each hour.

Focus on urinating as much as possible as you are passing kidney stones.  Use your abdominal muscles as much as possible to “push” urine out of your system.  If you are looking for a complete kidney stone treatment that walks you step-by-step through the passing of kidney stones, download the Report Click Here!

 

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