A Simple & Effective Remedy To Dissolve Kidney Stones!

By Sravia Sivaram

Your kidneys are vital organs, and hence it is important to keep them healthy. Their main job is to ensure that the body is cleansed off of the excess body salts and toxins.

The kidneys also absorb stones and sand from the body and these get accumulated as dangerous deposits in the kidneys. It is important to get rid of them.

Also read: Strategies To Prevent Kidney Stones

This article gives you an idea of one of the best natural home remedies to get rid of kidney stones. This is a very simple, yet effective, remedy that you can try at home.

Experiencing severe abdominal pain, which radiates till the lower back, is one of the top symptoms of presence of kidney stones.

You might also notice blood in your urine, and also the feeling of wanting to urinate persistently. This article will let you know on how to pass kidney stones fast naturally.

So, if you have been looking for how to speed up passing a kidney stone fast, then you're in the right place.

Also read: Cleanse Your Kidneys & Filter Your Blood Stream With These 5 Natural Juices

Continue reading in order to know the best natural home remedy to get rid of kidney stones.



  • A handful of coriander leaves
  • Water

Method Of Preparation:

Chop the coriander leaves in large pieces. Put them in a bowl and pour some water into it. Heat the bowl for about 10 minutes. Later, remove it from heat and leave the mixture to cool. Strain it and refrigerate.



Drink one cup of this mixture every day. You'll notice a change in the colour of your urine after a few days. This happens due to the cleansing of the kidneys and also due to the removal of the accumulated toxins.


Benefits Of Coriander Leaf:

Coriander is said to have a natural diuretic effect. It helps in pepping up the functioning of the kidneys. It assists with the easy elimination of the accumulated toxins and waste from the kidneys and hence helps dissolve the kidney stones in the body.

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    Story first published: Monday, January 23, 2017, 17:31 [IST]
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