Traditional Chinese Medicine for Kidney Atrophy
Kidney atrophy is a kidney condition, wherein the kidneys are shrinking in size. This happens because of the loss or inadequate circulation of nephrons. The renal veins and arteries start to shrink, as well, because of the loss of the function of the kidney. We received a call from Dennis who asked help from us for her wife’s atrophied kidney. After analysis of her condition, Traditional Chinese Medicine may be a optional treatment for her.
Dennis: “My wife has kidney failure. Her doctor advises dialysis. She is trying to avoid this, and wants to try other ways to get her good health back. Can you help?
Her kidney functions started to decrease over the past 5 years. Her kidney has also shrunk to about 13 cm.
Her doctor has advised that her diet must now be vegetarian only.
Previously she had fish and poultry included.
We are encouraged by what we have read on the work done by the Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital, as we also believe that the kidney can be nourished back to reasonable health.
According to your description, I think the root cause for her kidney damage is lack of blood and oxygen in her kidneys. If we increase the blood flow in her kidneys and provide sufficient blood and oxygen supply, the damaged kidney cells will be repaired and part of the kidney function can be recovered.
The treatment I recommend are micro-Chinese medicine. Micro-Chinese medicine osmotherapy is a kind of external application. The Chinese herbal medicine is micronized into one thousandths of its original size. With the action of the microscope, it can arrive directly into the kidneys through skin and channels. The absorption rate and bioactivity of the medicine has been highly improved. It can expand the blood vessels, improve the blood circulation and increase the blood flow in the kidneys. In this way, the self renewal of the damaged cells will be reactivated thus recovering the kidney function. As long as her kidney function is recovered to over 15%, she can stop dialysis.
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