Contains: * Stone Breaker herb (Phyllanthus niruri) 25%
* Hydrangea root (Hydrangea arborescens) 25%
* Celery seed (Apium graveolens) 25%
* Burdock seed (Arctium lappa) 25%
Action: Although the herbs in this compound are known to be soothing diuretics, their traditional use in preventing and dissolving urinary stones has not, of yet, been explained by modern pharmaceutical science.
Uses: Indicated in the treatment of urinary tract calculi (“stones”) which are located in the kidney, bladder, or ureter. Can also serve as prophylactic therapy to prevent or diminish the tendency to form new stones.
Dose: Stone Dissolving Therapy: Three times per day, mix 50 drops of compound with a pinch of sodium bicarbonate (baking soda) in 8 ounces of water and drink all at once. Best taken between meals. Try this therapy for two months — if there is no success after this time, the therapy is unlikely to be effective.
Stone Prevention Therapy: Use the same mixture as above, but with 40 drops of compound, and take just two times per day.
Adjunct Therapy: For stones that are passing with difficulty it is helpful to dilate the ureter, and also to relieve any inflammatory edema. Mix 25 drops each of Khella Extract and Horse Chestnut Extract in 8 ounces of hot water and drink all at once. This can be administered up to 5 times per day. Also apply hot compresses over the kidney area, or soak in a hot bath.
Cautions: Consult a qualified midwife or physician before taking during pregnancy. Beware of urinary infections, which are often associated with stones in the urinary tract. Urinary tract stones should be properly diagnosed and treated by a qualified healthcare practitioner.