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What Herbal Medicines Do I Need to Take with Creatinine 2.5 and IgA Nephropathy

What Herbal Medicines Do I Need to Take with Creatinine 2.5 and IgA NephropathyCreatinine is an indicator of kidney function. IgA Nephropathy is an autoimmune disease caused by IgA lodging in the kidneys. In order to cleanse those immune complexes from the kidneys, your body launches inflammation. Short-term inflammation is beneficial,but long-term inflammation causes kidney function impairment. When your kidney function is less than 50%, your creatinine level increases. What herbal medicines do I need to take with creatinine 2.5 and IgA Nephropathy?

Nettle Leaf

Nettle leaf are common used herbs to lower creatinine level. They can revitalize kidney function so that creatinine can be passed out of the body. Besides, they are diuretic, which helps cleanse waste.

Dandelion root

Dandelion root can increase urination as well. With urine, creatinine is discharged from the body and then creatinine level comes down.


Salvia is also very good for the weak kidneys. This kind of herb can increase the rate of which creatinine is filtered and evacuated from the body. It also enhances the circulation to the kidneys.

There are also some other herbal medicines, such as siberian ginseng and cinnamon. Space limited, so we do not introduce them one by one. Though they are helpful, you should not use them before asking the doctor. Because they may interfere with the medicine you take.

External therapies for high creatinine level

Besides oral herbal medicines, you can take advantage of external therapies, such as medicated bath, circle therapy, enema therapy and steam therapy to detoxify the blood. The medicines in these therapies are all herbs as well. They can avoid stimulating your stomach and help oral medicine to play their role to the full. Moreover, they set up good blood environment and supplement essential nutrients for kidney self-healing. When your kidney function improves, creatinine levels are brought under control.

Creatinine 2.5 is twice the normal creatinine level. If you want to normalize it, you should take treatment as early as possible. Otherwise it increases further and causes many problems.

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