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Stone Bheda Capsule
An Ayurvedic solution to remove the stone of urinary tract. It can dissolve the larger stones to smaller ones and then remove them through urine.
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Stone Bheda Capsule – Removes Kidney Stone
Stone bheda is a unique blend of ayurvedic herbs which help in removing the stone of urinary tract. It can dissolve the larger stones to smaller ones and then remove them through urine. Along with the prevention of stone formation, it is also useful in burning micturition, urine obstruction, urinary tract infection, oedema, and acute renal pain.
Each capsule contains:
- Gokhsur (Tribulus terrestris) : 50 mg
- Pashan Bhed (Bergenia ligulata) : 100 mg
- Varun Chhaal (Crataeva nurvala) : 50 mg
- Sang Yahud Bhasm : 50 mg
- Moolakshar (Akshar) : 30 mg
- Sudh Shilajeet : 20 mg
- Yavkshar (Akshar) : 30 mg
- Gokhsuradi Guggul (Commiphara mukul) : 50 mg
- Punarnava (Boerhavia Diffusa) : 50 mg
- Kulthi (Dolich Biflorus) : 50 mg
- Trivikram Ras : 20 mg
- Removes the small kidney, ureter & urinary bladder stones through urine
- Dissolves the larger stones into smaller and then removes through urine
- Prevents in formation of stones
- Useful in burning micturition and painful micturition
- Helpful in acute renal pain (renal colic)
- Beneficial in obstructed urination
- Cures urinary tract infection (cystitis, ureteritis & pyelonephritis)
- Useful in kidney & ureter swelling (Hydroureteronephrosis)
- Beneficial in pedal oedema & full body oedema (body swelling)
- Removes small simple cortical renal cyst
- 2 capsules twice a day with lemon water 1 hour after the meal or as directed by the physician
- Store in a cool and dry place, away from direct sunlight.
- No side effects.
100% Vegetarian Capsules
More on Kidneys:
The kidneys are two bean-shaped organs found on the left and right sides of the body in the back of the abdomen in vertebrates. All the blood makes its way through the kidneys several times a day. Functions of kidneys are to filter the blood in order to make urine, to release and retain water. The kidneys remove waste products, like nitrogen-containing urea and ammonium, out of the blood into the urine, control the body’s fluid balance & blood pressure, reabsorb water, glucose, & amino acids, and regulate the balance of electrolytes in the blood along with maintaining acid base homoeostasis. The kidneys produce hormones including calcitriol & erythropoietin and also make an important enzyme, renin, which affects blood pressure through negative feedback.
As the kidneys filter blood, they create urine, which is collected in the kidneys’ pelvis. Kidneys’ pelvis is a funnel-shaped structure, which drains down the urine through tubes, called ureters, to the urinary bladder.
What are Stone & Other Related Problems?
- Urinary Stones: There are stones in the urinary tract (kidney, ureter & urinary bladder) which are hard and include calcium stones, uric acid stones, struvite stones, cystine stones and others stones. These stones may cause urinary tract obstruction and result in severe pain in the abdomen which radiates to back & groin. It is also associated with vomiting, pain during urination, blood in urine and urinary blockage.
- Calcium stones: These kidney stones are usually large, rough, spiky or smooth. These are formed due to the presence of too much calcium in the urine. The cause may be an inherited condition called hypercalciuria, hyperparathyroidism, kidney disease, sarcoidosis or some cancers.
- Uric acid stones: These stones are smooth, brown and softer than other types of kidney stones. These are formed due to the presence of a large amount of uric acid in the urine. The cause may be too much intake of proteins, inherited condition that causes higher than normal level of uric acid in the body, chemotherapy or in a condition such as gout.
- Struvite stones: These stones are often horn shaped & quite large, composed of magnesium & ammonia. These are caused when infections like urinary tract infection last for a longer period of time and commonly found in women.
- Cystine stones: These stones are often yellow & resemble crystals rather than stones and said to be the rarest type of kidney stone. These are caused by an inherited condition called cystinuria, which affects the amount of acid that is passed in the urine.
- Swelling in hands, feet or other body parts: Failing kidneys don’t remove extra fluid, which builds up in the body and causes swelling in legs, ankles, feet, face or hands.
- Urinary tract infection: This infection affects the part of the urinary system (kidneys, ureters, bladder and urethra). Greater risk of developing urinary tract infections are more in women than men. Urinary tract infections are usually caused by bacteria Escherichia coli (E. Coli). Most of these infections affect the lower urinary tract (urinary bladder & urethra) and cause cystitis and When the upper urinary tract is infected then it causes kidney infection (pyelonephritis) and ureteric infection (ureteritis).
- Simple renal cortical cyst: These are the very common type of benign renal cysts (non-cancerous) and rarely cause complications. These are located in the renal cortex that’s why it is known as a renal cortical cyst. The cyst may be one or several, either in one or two kidneys, and are formed by fluid-filled sac growing in the outer area of the kidneys. The infections, injuries or genetic issues can be the cause of the cysts.
- Hematuria: This is the condition in which there is the presence of Red Blood Cells (RBCs) in the urine. Common causes of hematuria are urinary tract infection, kidney stones, ureter stones, urinary bladder stones, abdominal trauma, vigorous exercise, enlarged prostate gland, kidney cancer, urinary bladder cancer, and prostate cancer.
- Pyuria: This is the medical condition in which urine contains pus or white blood cells (WBCs). Pyuria occurs when there is any bacterial infection in the urinary tract and this is the tendency of white blood cells to travel to the site of infection to help fight the infection and inflammation. Thus, inflammation or infection in the urinary tract increases the white blood cells in the urine.
- Hydronephrosis/ Pyonephrosis: Hydronephrosis is the condition in which distension and dilation of the renal pelvis and calyces It is caused by urinary retention in the kidney due to obstruction of the flow of urine in the urinary tract. If the infection takes place in hydronephrotic kidney, then that condition is known as Pyonephrosis (pus collects in the kidney).
- Pyelonephritis: This is a condition in which there is an inflammation of the kidney tissue, calyces and renal pelvis. This condition is commonly caused by the bacterial infection either spread up by the urinary tract or coming to the kidney through the bloodstream.
- Low water intake
- High urine calcium levels – Hypercalciuria
- Calcium supplements
- Several kidney or urinary infections
- Inactive or bed-bound patients
- Family history of kidney stones
- Chronic diseases – Diabetes, Hypertension
- Severe pain in the side and back, below the ribs
- Pain that radiates to the lower abdomen and groin
- Pain that comes in waves and fluctuates in intensity
- Pain on urination
- Burning sensation during micturition
- Feeling restless & unable to lie still
- Pink, red or brown urine
- Cloudy or foul-smelling urine
- Nausea and vomiting
- Persistent need to urinate
- Urinating more often than usual
- Fever and chills if infection persists
- Urinating small amounts
- Swelling in legs, ankles, feet, face or hands
What to Eat or Drink More?
- Plenty of water each day to avoid becoming dehydrated
- High fibre diet
- Broccoli, lettuce, cucumbers, asparagus, cauliflower, broccoli
- Onions, squash, mushrooms, watermelon, apples, plums, peaches
What to Eat Less?
- Medications – Aspirin, antacids, certain antibiotics, certain anti-epileptic medication
- High salt diet
- Excessive sugar
- Excessive vitamin D supplementation
- Excessive intake of calcium oxalate containing foods such as Spinach
- Tomatoes, chocolates, tea, seafood
- Guavas, peanuts, seeds grains, legumes, beetroots and sweet potatoes
- Soy, peas, carrots, green onions, green peppers, sweet potato, roasted coffee
- Blackberries, blue berries, currants, strawberries, raspberries, wheat bran
- Drink plenty of water.
- Squeeze lemons to your water as much as you like drinking it.
- Add 2 tablespoons of apple cider vinegar to 250 ml of water and consume it throughout the day. Don’t consume more quantity of apple cider. Diabetic and diuretic patients shouldn’t consume it.
- Consume pomegranate juice daily.
- Water intake in a day should be 3-4 liters.