Featured Tonic of the Month for July: Kidney Tonic
Posted by: cnyha on Jul 01, 2011 in news

Kidney Tonic is used for decreased polyuria (excessive urination), dysuria (burning in the urine), and to prevent kidney stone formation.

The herbs included in this tonic include Balsam Bark, Cornsilk and Mexican Wild Yam.  Combined, these herbs work as a gentle detoxification of the liver, are anti-inflammatory, and lymphatic cleansing.  Corn silk has a high concentration of potassium and a powerful diuretic.  It has also been found to lower blood pressure in Chinese research.

A possible side effect of this tonic is that the urine may appear darker or cloudier for a few days.  You should not use this tonic if you have advanced kidney disease, kidney failure, cancer of the kidney or bladder or during pregnancy.

Kidney Tonic is 10% off for the month of July.  Please contact a Maya Abdominal Therapy practitioner at any of our CNY Healing Arts locations for further information. Click here for contact information.

One Comment on "Featured Tonic of the Month for July: Kidney Tonic"

  1. Moshe Sharon on Mon, 4th Jul 2011 11:35 am 

    The kidney is a very interesting organ. It’s main purpose is to function as a filtration system to remove liquid waste from the blood. It also regulates the amount of water in the blood to maintain a a state of hydration compatible with life. We start life with two although we only need one to survive. From a spiritual perspective our minds can work the same way. We drink in all types of sites and sounds in this hi tech era of sensory stimulation. But if we fail to filter out harmful stimuli we succumb to all kinds of temptation that ultimately creates ill health as unintended consequences. Thus, the best preventive medicine is to filter the incoming data, keep what is wholesome and true and discard everything else. When we do this for our children we set them on a path of glory.

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