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Kidney stones are usually composed of calcium and oxalate, which is found in nuts, rhubarb, beets and other foods. Shining ultraviolet light on thin sections of the stones revealed colorful mineral strata and collections of what look like gems. “You actually go from thin layers to these great, big — I know it’s weird to use this word — beautiful crystals,” Fouke says.
originally posted by: JimNasium
a reply to: CX
Pssst... Hello Would You like an alternative to pharma-poisons?
For the pain- 'Kratom' There are 3 main ones; Red, Green and White. Red for pain. Green for an 'all around' and White for Focus. I associate them along the Chakras. Red for My broken back; Green for Empathy and Love so I don't strangle the 'Other Me' and White for Your 'Head Piece'
I run 1 of each and then slather some Coconut Oil infused w/both CBD Oil and HempOil and Lavender...
These are for Your 'General Well Being' These couple will get You back to "Balanced"
Amla Indian Gooseberry. See How many Rx meds You can get rid of with this beauty:
Holy Basil: ALL in One tablet?
originally posted by: vonclod
a reply to: rickymouse
Vitamin C can indeed contribute to stones, did with me anyway. Worst disabling pain I have ever experienced, thought I was dying.
Pure lemon juice, and pure unsweetened grapefruit juice, dealt with mine, no stents or surgery..but having said that, grapefruit juice has oxylic acid, and may not be helpful, depends on the stone I think.