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What Herbal Tea Is Good for People with Renal Failure

2013-03-23 17:10


For people with renal failure, they should pay much attention to what they drinks and what they eat, because a healthy diet can assist their whole treatment largely. According to dietitian, some herbal tea cans can help protect patients’ kidney. What herbal tea is good for people with renal failure?


Herbal tea mainly comes from natural herbs including plants, leaf, root and flowers. Some of them indeed can help improve damaged kidney function. Here, we recommended two herbal teas.

1. Nettle leaf tea: Nettle leaf is conducive for kidneys, because it can not only help improve patients’ kidney function but also help lower high creatinine level. Generally, one or two cups of herbal tea one daily is recommended for people with renal failure.

2. Dandelion root tea: If patients with renal failure still has urine, dandelion root tea is good for them, because this kind of tea is able to increase the output of patients’ urine and more toxins and wastes can be excreted via urine. However, if the patient doesn’t have any urine, he must limit the amount of drinking everyday.

Herbal tea is just used to assist patients’ medical treatment, but it can’t replace their medical treatment, so the therapy which can help reverse patients’ condition should be sought.

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