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Is It Advisable to Use Basil Leaves for FSGS

Is It Advisable to Use Basil Leaves for FSGSBasil is a herb, which has many heath benefits. Is it advisable to use basil leaves for FSGS? If you have the similar doubt, go on reading to learn more information. Our online doctor can also help you exclude the difficulty and anxiety.

Consuming basil leaves relieves fluid retention.

FSGS is a kidney disorder that scars some of your glomeruli. Glomeruli are responsible for filtering waste and excess fluid from the blood. When they are impaired, waste and excess fluid retain in the blood. Fluid retention results in edema. Basil leaves are diuretic, which can increase your urine output so as to relieve edema.

Consuming basil leaves regularly protect cardiovascular health.

Cardiovascular disease is a common complication of kidney disease. And it is also the main cause of death for kidney patients. Basil leaves are packed with rich nutrients, such as vitamin A, magnesium and many other minerals, which can help protect cells walls in the blood system and other body structures from free radical damage. They can also improve blood flow, control blood pressure and help stop cholesterol from oxidizing in the blood stream so as to reduce your risk of cardiovascular disease.

Consuming basil leaves is also good for your bones.

With the decline of your kidney function, your body can not absorb enough calcium. That is why kidney patients have a high risk of bone disease. Basil leaves are a good source of vitamin K, which plays a vital role in the bone strengthening function by helping mineralization process in the bones.

Other health benefits

Basil leaves also compose of several health benefiting essential oils, which have anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial properties. Besides, the rich content of iron in basil leaves can help make red blood cells so as to alleviate anemia.

From the above, we can see the various health benefits of basil leaves. But it is not advisable for all FSGS patients to use basil leaves. Because different patients have different medical conditions. With the help of online doctor, you may get an actuate answer.

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