Monday, March 16, 2009

Kidneys Urinary Tract Herbal Support | Cystone and Punarnava

The kidneys and urinary tract (which includes the kidneys, ureters, bladder and urethra) play a vital role in filtering and eliminating waste products. The kidneys absorb salt, urea, amino acids, bile byproducts, toxins and water from the blood to form urine. The proper functioning of the kidneys and urinary tract is essential for maintaining good health. Urinary tract infections, kidney and urinary stones and kidney problems can cause severe pain, inflammation, burning micturation, pain, hypertension as well as toxin accumulation which can be life threatening.

Cystone is an ayurvedic formulation that helps support the urinary tract. Cystone helps to Cystone provides herbal kidney supportprevent and treat infections in the urinary tract as well as kidney and urinary stones.
Used as a dietary supplement, it helps to maintain kidney and urinary tract health by promoting normal absorption and water management. Cystone helps relieve pain and burning from urinary tract infections.

The following herbs are Cystone's chief constituents:

Shilapushpa also known as Stone Flower (Didymocarpus pedicellata) which is a key ingredient in Cystone has been shown to be effective in supporting a heCystone tabletsalthy urinary tract.
The essential oil from the leaves contains didymocarpene as its chief constituent. The leaves are used in ayurvedic medicines to treat stones in the kidney and bladder.

Pasanabheda (Saxifraga ligulata / Bergenia ligulata / B.ciliata) contains an active principle, bergenin, as well as gallic acid, glucose, mucilage and wax. The presence of ß-sitosterol and four flavonoids is also reported. This herb is also used to dissolve kidney stones.

The roots of Manjistha or Indian Madder (Rubia cordifolia) have deobstruent, anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial, antiseptic and anti-allergic properties.

Nagaramustaka or Umbrella's Edge (Cyperus scariosus) is credited with astringent, diaphoretic, diuretic, desiccant and used indigenously to treat infections such as gonorrhea and syphilis.

Apamarga or Prickly-Chaff Flower (Achyranthes aspera) has diuretic and astringent properties and is highly valued in ayurvedic medicine.

The dried leaves of Gojihva or Sedge Onosma bracteatum are purported to be tonic, alterative, demulcent, diuretic and refrigerant and are useful as a spasmolytic.

Sahadevi or Purple Fleabane (Vernonia cinerea) is used as an anthelmintic and
alexipharmic. The seeds are used as a remedy for roundworms and threadworms. They are also given for coughs, flatulence, intestinal colic and dysuria and for leucoderma, psoriasis and other chronic skin-diseases.

In addition to the above herbs, Cystone also contains lime silicate calx and Shilajit which has legendary properties of healing and rejuvenation.
Read more on Cystone benefits and research

Another very useful herb for kidney support is Punarnava. This herb is diuretic, anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial. It helps to tone and support the kidneys and urinary tract.
It is very useful in ascites and edema. It is also very useful in treating skin disorders. Punarnava also helps support the liver and is useful in cases of jaundice.

Read more on Punarnava benefits and research

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