A Powerful Remedy for Dissolving Kidney Stones

Anyone who has ever had a kidney stone knows that it is an extremely painful condition, especially when stones trapped in the urethra, the bowel which leads from the kidney to the bladder. Even after the bladder, stone must go through the urethra.

As men have a longer urethra, they have much more of a problem with this and healthcare workers often call this process “male childbirth”. So it’s good to know recipes like this, which can naturally help to dissolve stones before they cause so many problems.

What exactly are kidney stones?
Kidney stones are mineral deposits -- typically some form of calcium such as calcium oxalate -- accumulated in the kidneys and can form small stones, such as pebbles, within the kidney.
Positioning is everything when it comes to kidney stones: the stone may remain in the kidney for weeks, months or even years, without showing any symptoms. However, if the stone moves toward the urethra, extreme pain may appear in the back, and hips, even causing bloody or cloudy urine.
In that time, doctors try to dislodge the stone through urination with large amounts of fluids and analgesics, making the pain bearable. However, some stones may be too large and require surgery to be removed.

A third possibility is to combine the liquid to suppress stones, but with the use of a drug like the one recommended below, the stone will break, and it is thus easier to be removed from the body.


  • 1 cup pure maple syrup
  • 250 grams of extra virgin olive oil
  • 250 grams of lemon (with peel)
  • 250 grams parsley root
  • 250 grams of raw organic honey

Clean the lemon and cut it into pieces together with the bark, and then put it in the blender. Mix it. Then, clean the parsley root, cut it into pieces and add to the blender with the blended lemon.
Then add the maple syrup, honey and olive oil, and blend it once again until you get smooth, well-stirred mixture. You can store this in a hermetic glass jar and keep in the refrigerator.

source: http://www.healthyfoodhouse.com