Is Ayurvedic Treatment of Kidney Failure Reliable?

The kidney is the most important excretory organ in the human body. They are responsible for removing all waste materials. They are responsible for removing toxic byproducts and end products of metabolism. The whole urinary system consists of a pair of kidneys, a pair uterus, bladder, and urethra. The kidneys filter out impurities from the blood. 

All the waste and excess minerals are eliminated from the body by the kidneys if they function in a healthy way. A renal failure would occur if even one kidney fails to function properly. It is possible for the function to decline by as little as 30% to 40%. If less than 25% function of the kidneys, it can lead to serious health problems. 

If the kidney function falls below 10%, it is time to seek out renal replacement therapy from the popular kidney care clinic. You may also find relief from kidney failure with Ayurvedic medicine. The treatment includes two forms such as kidney transplant or dialysis.

Dr. Broumand informing a healthy volunteer on Research Trials for Kidney Disease Treatments

Ayurveda for Kidney Treatment:

Blood loss, surgery, or certain medications can all lead to kidney failure. Early treatment can help prevent future complications and slow down the progression of kidney disease. There are many options for treating kidney disease. Ayurvedic medicine is one such method that has been proven to be reliable and highly effective. Ayurveda describes seven vital tissues called 'Dhatus'.

These tissues provide nourishment, structure, and growth for the entire body. The fundamental tissues of the body are made up of seven types: Rasa (Plasma), Mamsa (Muscular Tissue), Majja/Bone Marrow, Majja(Bone Marrow), Meda (“Fatty Tissue”), Sukra (“Semen and Ova”) and Asthi (“Connective Tissue”).