Kidney Disease

Kidneys are two organs located in your midsection on either side of your spine in the middle of your back, just above the waist. They function to keep the blood clean, balanced salts and minerals in the blood, and help control blood pressure. When your kidneys are damaged, waste products and fluid can build up in your body, causing swelling in your ankles, vomiting, weakness, poor sleep, and shortness of breath. If you don’t treat them, diseased kidneys may eventually stop working completely. As such kidneys help filter waste, excess fluid, and toxins from your blood. They are also important for blood cell production and bone health.

Causes of Acute Kidney failure
“Acute kidney injury” or “Acute renal failure” (ARF) is the sudden loss of kidney function. The main causes of such failure are the lack of blood flow to the kidneys, direct damage to the kidneys themselves, urine backed up in the kidneys. These may occur when there is a traumatic injury with blood loss, due to dehydration and shock during a severe infection called sepsis. Marathon runners and other athletes who do not drink enough fluids while competing in long-distance endurance events may get an acute renal failure because of a sudden breakdown of muscle tissues. This releases a large amount of protein into the bloodstream called myoglobin that can damage the kidneys. Drugs and toxins, including long-term use of some medications, such as NSAIDs (non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs) like ibuprofen and naproxen, and intravenous “street” drugs can permanently damage your kidneys.

Causes of Chronic Kidney Disease
Kidneys that don’t work well for longer than 3 months are called chronic kidney disease (CKD). Main causes for this disease are diabetes (types 1 and 2) and high blood pressure. Immune system diseases, such as lupus, and long-term viral illnesses, such as HIV/AIDS, hepatitis B, and hepatitis C, can also cause problems. Urinary tract infections within the kidneys themselves, called pyelonephritis, can lead to scarring as the infection heals but multiple episodes of such infections can lead to kidney damage.

Polycystic kidney disease
Where fluid-filled cysts form in your kidneys, is the most common type of inherited kidney disease, due to the defects present at birth. This often results in urinary tract obstruction or malformation that affects the kidneys. The most occurring kind of such effects is the valve between the bladder and urethra. These defects are sometimes found while a baby is still in the womb, which can often be repaired with surgery by a urologist.

Rectum and anus
Diseases affecting the rectum and anus are extremely common, especially in older adults. Hemorrhoids, vascular outpouchings of skin, are very common, as is pruritis-ani, referring to anal itchiness. Other conditions, such as anal cancer may be associated with ulcerative colitis or with sexually transmitted infections such as HIV. Inflammation of the rectum is known as proctitis, one cause of which is radiation damage associated with radiotherapy to other sites such as the prostate. Fecal incontinence can result from mechanical and neurological problems, and when associated with a lack of voluntary voiding ability is described as encopresis. Pain on passing stool may result from anal abscesses, small inflamed nodules, anal fissures, and anal fistulas. The rectal and anal disease may be asymptomatic or may present with pain when passing stools, fresh blood in stool, a feeling of incomplete emptying, or pencil-thin stools.

Creatinine Variation between 1.5 to 2.5/ Acute Renal Failure ARF/ chronic Renal Failure Dose and Administration

We present you 3 of our most desired medicines for it’s treatment. Cardiovascular Care (S-3), Liver Care (S-4) and Renal Care (S-5) should be consumed in an empty stomach between 5 to 7 am and in the eveing between 5 to 7 pm or 30 minutes before dinner. Pour in 30 ml of each Miracle drinks mixed with 60 ml of hot water. Give a gap of 5 to 10 minutes between drinking each medicines. In the morning between 5 to 7 am and evening between 5 to 7 pm should be taken. Inthe afternoon before lunch, only the consumption of 30 ml of Cardiovascular Care medicine is a must with 60 ml of hot water. Initially, some people may get omitting sensation. In such cases the quantity of medicine can be reduced to 10 ml, added with fresh lemon juice and honey for taste. later on, the quantity of the medicine can be increased slowly to 30 ml.

NOTE : All the 3 medicines should not be mixed and taken in one go.
It can be taken with any allopathic medicines.
Side effects
Till now no side effects have been reported.
Enhancement of taste and Odour
All Miracle drinks products are bitter in taste since it is based on the decoctions of natural herbs, stems, leaves, and barks. Therefore, we recommend you by adding few drops of Lemon Juice and some honey as a taste enhancer. However, if at all any uneasiness occurs during the consumption, start of by drinking 5 ml (one tea spoon), thereafter increase the dosage to 15 ml (one table spoon) to 30 ml through the days.

Prostrate problem (Age related prostate enlargement)
Dosage and Administration
Ortho Support (S-2) and Anti-Aging(S-1) medicine should be consumed in the empty stomach twice a day. Morning between 5 to 7 am in empty stomach 30 ml of each medicine should be taken in 60 ml of hot water by giving a time gap of 5 to 10 minutes for one medicine to another, similarly in the evening between 5 to 7 pm all the 3 medicines should be taken by giving gap 5 to 10 minutes from one medicine to another one.

It can be taken with any allopathic medicines.

Side effects
Till now no side effects have been reported except its bitter taste. This bitter taste can be diminished by adding lemon juice and honey.