Lemon Juice Dissolves Kidney Stones

You might have heard of one of the latest remedies lemon juice kidney stones! This remedy has been popularized by sufferers who are unable to pass their stone(s) with just water. And though just thinking of lemon juice might make you cringe, you may want to give it a second thought.

The idea behind this remedy is that lemons are extremely acidic. And because the liver plays no role in filtering acids, you can easily dissolve kidney stones using simple acidic remedies.

Let me explain the lemon juice kidney stones remedy.

Dissolving Kidney Stones

As you probably have heard, you most likely suffer from stones that are made out of calcium. Calcium tends to build up in the kidneys if the person is not drinking enough water. In most cases, a person can pass their stones with drinking water.

On the other hand, if your stones are bigger than 5 mm, it may be a little more difficult to pass them. Therefore, using a remedy like lemon juice may be a great option. Here is a simple alternative treatment that you can use tonight.

A Lemon Juice Remedy

This alternative treatment is extremely simple. All you need is 3 ounces of extra virgin olive oil and 3 ounces of lemon juice (freshly squeezed or bottled). You should mix the 3 ounces of olive oil and 3 ounces of lemon juice in a cup and stir. Drink right before bed and repeat until stones pass. It is important to also be drinking at least 10 cups of water to help the stones flush.

This remedy works because the olive oil acts as a lubricant in your body, making the stones pass easier through your urinary tract. The lemon juice is highly acidic, thus helping break down the stones, making passage much easier. The combination of both ingredients will work well to get rid of your kidney stones. It has been reported that this remedy has produced relief in as little as 2 hours.

Is There More?

This lemon juice remedy has worked for some and not for others. Because everyone has a different type of body, there are different remedies you may have to try to find success.
Joe Barton