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Our bodies has two primary ways to remove waste from within the body. Solid waste is removed via the colon (large intestine), and our liquid waste is removed by the kidneys and bladder.

The kidneys located on either side of the spine, beneath the lower ribs are two  rather  sophisticated organs made of up of millions of very complex microscopic filtration units. These filtration units are called nephrons, and their primary purpose is to filter predominantly liquid waste out of the blood. The end product is for the most part (95%) comprised of liquid and a small further 5% dissolved substances such as minerals, nitrogen waste products, pus, trace amounts of blood and of some bacteria.

Aside from being a blood filtration unit, the kidneys also serve to regulate the acid alkaline balance within the body as well as the electrolyte balance of the blood and all fluids within the body.

The kidney is a blood cleansing organ. Blood goes through two phases within the kidney. The first phase removes certain toxic attributes from the blood and the second phase reabsorbs certain useful attributes back into the blood. The bodies intelligence monitors and limits the reabsorbing of nutrients based upon pecieved needs.

Capillaries within the heart of the filtration unit (nephrons) average up to 0.008mm in diameter, connect the smallest arteries to the tiny veins within the heart of the kidney. It is here that water, impurities and dissolved substances are filtered out of the blood. Just as with any filter these tiny realms within the kidneys are prone to becoming clogged up.

Toxins and poisons absorbed via a less than healthy diet will contribute to added wear and tear and eventual destruction of the kidneys. With time the tiny filtrations mechanism become increasingly clogged with accumulated waste. This continues until the point of organ failure, chronic illness and pre mature death.

The kidneys rely on clean water/liquid to remove the waste from the kidney. Much of the water and liquids we consume on a daily basis is used to flush waste from the kidneys and transport waste material from the kidneys into the bladder and outwards. This is why its really important to be drinking in excess of a litre of water a day. Most experts suggests up to two liters per day.

Failure to drink less than 2 liters of clean liquid results in a concentrated urine. This concentrated urine allows more time for acids and chemicals to act upon the delicate tissues and fibres within the kidney and bladder resulting in irritation, infection and ultimately cancer. The more urine flow there is, the better these chemicals and acids are diluted and the less damage they do.

Most damage to the kidneys along with their ability to filter and clean the blood is the result of excessively dirty blood thanks to destructive habits, lifestyles and poor food choices.

The more toxic waste in the blood the harder the wear and tear on the kidneys.

Contrary to popular mainstream belief the human body is not a vacuum cleaner. It needs to have foods fed to it that it was anatomically designed to consume. It also needs to have its various filters cleaned. The kidney are no exception.

Each of the two kidneys is prone to becoming clogged and overloaded with mineral deposits, acid crystals and other sediment. These sediments have a cumulative effect often taking years to reach a critical stage. The sediments turn into tiny stones and eventually small “rocks”. In its extreme the entire kidney becomes solidified.

The same calcium that causes kidney stones also builds up in the coronary arteries and cerebral arteries. It’s just a matter of time as to which organ will fail first assuming the diet is not corrected or a defensive vegan type lifestyle is not sought. Heart attack or strokes are one the number causes of death in the West. These tragedies don’t occur out of the blue. They take years and years to manifest with many tell tale markers along the way. A simple Cardio/ION test creates 20 pages of results allowing a qualified individual to clearly identify the stressed biochemical areas most at risk.

Kidney stones are made of calcium and uric acid. Just by changing from a diet high in animal products to predominantly plant based diet can significantly reduce the formation of such stones.

Kidney stones consisting of calcium and uric acid crystals are fairly easy to dissolve over a short period using a suitable method. Calcium gravel and plaque dissolve faster than larger stones.

Wild Crafted Herbs to the Rescue

These stones, calcium plaque and uric crystals are easily dissolved using natural wild crafted herbs such as those found in our Herbal Kidney Flush which have got a multi century track record for dealing with such problems..

Not only do these herbs dissolve rocks in the kidney, but also acts as a diuretic (makes you uninate), they serve as a disinfectant.

Here are a list of some of the plant based solutions and what they achieve.

Uva Ursi Leaf dissolves kidney stones and other inorganic calcifications.

Parsley is one of the best known herbs for rebuilding urinary tissues.

Marshmallow Root acts as a soothing and healing emollient to ease urine flow. Ginger Root helps the herbs work together.  

Herbs such as Uva Ursi Leaf, Parsley Juniper Berry, Chance Pedro are well known diuretics. Olive Leaf, Juniper Berry, Uva Ursi Leaf contain powerful disinfectant qualities that tackle the bacteria that could otherwise thrive in the kidney and bladder. Hydrangea Root, Parsley and Gravel Root are well known to break down and dissolve kidney stones.

Many of the wild crafted herbs that are good for the kidneys are also good for the pancrease, heart and prostate.

When the stones, uric acids and crystals are removed from the kidneys, optimum function of this vital organ once again returns.

Our water of choice is home-distilled water which serves to assist in dissolving calcium deposits within the kidneys. One only has to look inside the regular household kettle and notice the various lime scale build up that occurs within the kettle as a result of using regular tap water. If one were to consider a kettle that has only had distilled water used, you will notice that the kettle is unblemished. The scale and deposits are a great metaphor for what happens over many years of regular tap water consumption, bottled water or even worse well water.

Regular Maintance

Distilled water soaks up unwanted mineral deposits (inorganic minerals). The very act of regularly drinking distilled water serves to dissolve stones and prevent new ones from forming. Aquiring a small inexpensive counter top water distiller for home use is one of the finest gifts an individual can give him or her self.


By following a preventative approach to maintaining and looking after your kidneys, the aspiring health seeker will go a long way into ensuring that this pathway of elimination, one of the bodies five filtration systems is kept in good working order. This is done through monthly kidney maintenance using wild crafted herbs to dissolve calcifications within the kidneys, avoiding water containing inorganic minerals, and finally consuming up to 2 liters of clean preferably distilled water to ensure kidneys are flushing concentrated chemicals and toxins and simultaneously dissolving