Ayurvedic medicine can help heal kidneys: Study

In a study published in the latest issue of the Journal of Ayurveda and Integrated Medical Sciences, Komala A, Siddhesh Aaradham, assistant professors at JSS Ayurveda Medical College and Hospital in Karnataka, and researcher Mallinath IT combined several ayurvedic formulations with AIMIL Pharmaceutical’s innovation Neeri KFT. Impaired kidney.

“A dosage of 20 ml of this Ayurvedic formulation was given daily in the morning and evening for one month,” the researchers said. The result was positive.

The herbal medicine not only helped to prevent further damage to the kidneys of patients due to the condition, but also helped to flush out the accumulated fluid from their abdomen.

The researchers said that the consumption of the herbal formulation resulted in the removal of fluid from the stomach through the urinary tract.

Neeri-KFT, a herbal medicine extracted from plants, is made from herbs like punarnava, varuna, sigru, sariva, makoi and sirish, which are also known for their diuretic properties.

Sanchit Sharma of AIMIL Pharmaceuticals told IANS that over the years Neeri KFT has proved effective in strengthening the kidneys as well as clearing toxic fluids from the body.

Ascites usually occurs when the liver stops working properly or it becomes scarred, causing fluid to build up in the lining of the abdomen and the space between the organs.

Ascites is the most common complication of cirrhosis (scarring of the liver). It affects about 60 percent of people with cirrhosis within 10 years of their diagnosis, and the two-year survival rate is 50 percent.

Patients with ascites may have symptoms such as painless swelling in the abdomen that get worse rather than go away; abdominal discomfort; weight gain; Feeling full after a small meal, shortness of breath when pressure in the abdomen increases, pushing the diaphragm upwards and lack of space for the lungs to expand.

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