Natural and Home Remedies

Kidney Stones Home Remedy

Signs and Symptoms of Kidney Stones

A kidney stone is a small, grainy deposit that develops in the kidney due to a buildup of calcium crystals and other minerals in urine. These stones can range from about the size of a grain of sand up to the size of a pencil eraser. Eventually, this stone has to pass through the ureter, which is a small passage that is primarily meant to carry liquid. This results in the most common symptom of kidney stones: sudden and intense pain. Other symptoms may include:

  • Wave-like pain, usually in the side of the mid-back, which radiates to the groin area and cannot be prevented by adjusting your position or sitting still.
  • Small amounts of blood in the urine.
  • Sweating, nausea, or vomiting.

Most kidney stones will usually eventually pass through the body by drinking lots of fluids. However, some may require surgery to be removed. Therefore, it is important to consult your doctor if you suspect that you have kidney stones.

Causes of Kidney Stones

Calcium and other minerals in the body are normally flushed away during urination. Kidney stones develop when the concentration of these minerals in your urine is too high, resulting in a buildup of these crystals that form into a hard deposit. Diet plays a significant role in determining what kinds of minerals accumulate in your urine. Oxalate is one of the main components of kidney stones, so you can help prevent stones from developing by reducing your intake of oxalate-rich foods such as chocolate, nuts, beans, spinach, grapes, strawberries, blueberries, and black tea.

Home Remedies and Natural Treatments for Kidney Stones

Drinking Water to Prevent Kidney Stones

Drinking more water helps to increase the volume of urine. This in turn helps to decrease the amount of stone-forming elements that build-up. Therefore, a common recommendation to help a kidney stone pass through the body more quickly is to consume close to a gallon (almost 4 liters) of water throughout the day. If you've previously had a kidney stone, drinking more water is also a good way to prevent the recurrence of them.


Foods that are rich in magnesium have been found to help prevent the development of kidney stones, since magnesium helps lower the amount of oxalate minerals in urine. Good sources of magnesium are fish, rice, avocado, and broccoli.

Reducing Salt Intake

Eating foods that are high in salt and sodium have been found to increase the amount of calcium in urine, which increases the chances of developing a kidney stone. Therefore, a good guideline is to reduce daily salt intake to 2-3 grams. It is best to avoid high salt foods such as ketchup, mustard, luncheon meats, and snack foods such as chips and pretzels.

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  1. on said:

    I heard that coconut water is a perfect drink to cure kidney stones.

  2. on said:

    I have two stones 7mm and 5mm in both the kidneys. Please suggest me how to remove the stones using a home remedy.

  3. on said:

    I have 12-18 cm kidney stone in my right kidney. I've been on many meds for about 3 years but nothing seems to be helping me at all. I'm very concerned, is there any home remedy which can help me with kidney stone removal and lessen the pain I'm going through. I don't want to get it surgically removed. I drink almost 4 litres daily. Please suggest a good remedy.

  4. on said:

    I'm having 7mm stone in my left abdomen. In ultra scan it's showing in bladder. I am drinking 5 liters water every day. Does it help with stones or I need a surgery? Please suggest me.

  5. on said:

    After I got 16 mm kidney stone removed I still had pain. All tests came up negative except one said white blood cells are a bit low but I'm having really bad sweats when I do anything or after I eat or go to the toilet. Anybody knows what's going on please?

  6. on said:

    I have arthritis and gout, what is the right diet for me?

  7. on said:

    My son have 3mm kidney stone. How to remove it with home remedy?

  8. on said:

    I have 3mm stone in my left kidney. What is the best suggestion for me?

  9. on said:

    I have 11mm stone in my left kidney. I feel a lot of pain in my back on the left. What do I do? Please suggest some home remedies.

  10. on said:

    Veci l think water really helps when it comes to renal calculi, keep drinking a lot of water and young coconut water. My husband did so, went for test after a month and they said no stones found, WHAT A MIRACLE!!!.

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