Here are the three early signs that can tell you whether you need to do a kidney cleanse.
Repetitive Urinary Tract Infections – Kidney stones can cause urinary tract infections. You may need to do a kidney cleanse if you have urinary tract infections, even once a year.
Brown-colored, Cloudy and Foul-smelling Urine – This indicates that you really need a kidney cleanse before the condition gets worse.
Urinating Frequently – Do you always have the feeling that you need to pee even if you just came out of the washroom? Never hold your urine whenever you feel the urge to go as these are surefire ways for stone formation.
Parsley Juice For Kidney Detox And Liver Cleanse
Parsley juice is a powerful and concentrated version of all the nutrition in the herb, including antioxidants, enzymes, vitamins, mineral, volatile oil, and chlorophyll.
It has many health benefits which include kidney cleansing and liver detoxification. However, it should not be used in large amounts by pregnant women or those taking blood thinning medication.
Both the fresh plant and dried parsley tea are often recommended to help dissolve kidney stones or for kidney infections.
Juicing Parsley With Other Detoxifying Vegetables And Fruits
Parsley juice is better mixed with other complimentary fruits and vegetables which also do wonders when it comes to kidney cleansing. Some of these are:
Lemon juice is an excellent cleanser and can help dissolve mineral deposits that lead to calcium oxalate stones. Plus, it helps delay oxidization of the other juices.
Watermelon juice is good for flushing the kidneys. Its seeds are said to be beneficial for kidney stones.
Carrot juice is a powerful body cleanser and good for the kidneys
It eliminates toxins and strengthens the liver and kidneys.
Cucumber helps dissolve kidney stones and flush uric acid out of the body.
Beetroot juice is a great detoxifier and cleanser for the liver. It also purifies the blood and eliminates calcium oxalate stones.
Parsley Detoxification Drink
Recipe # 1
To prevent further toxicity burden to the kidneys and liver you must use organic produce only.
Things You Need:
6 ribs of organic celery
1 tablespoon of apple cider vinegar
2 large or 3 medium organic carrots
1 organic cucumber with the peel
1 organic lemon (with peel)
1 medium-sized organic beetroot
1 bunch of parsley (as you purchased from the store) soaked in warm water.
Along with a couple of ice cubes, pour lemon juice into your collection container. This will help lessen the degradation of the parsley juice.
Push all of the ingredients through the juicer, alternating between the softer cucumber and celery with the harder beetroot and carrots. Scrunch the parsley up into a ball and feed it through between the harder vegetables. Once again, you will get much more parsley juice out of a masticating juicer than a centrifugal one. Stir to mix the juice and drink immediately.
Recipe # 2
The juice of 1 large or 2 small lemons (minus the seeds)
Half an ounce of organic parsley (less is needed than in juicing as the whole herb is used)
As much watermelon with the seeds as you can fit into the blender
1 large organic cucumber, diced with the peel on and seeds kept (peel first if you can’t find organic)
Blend all the ingredients until you can see the parsley leaves finely blended as well as the watermelon seeds chopped up into tiny pieces.
This drink is rich in antioxidants and enzymes. It is extremely refreshing and great for cleaning the kidneys.