Kidney Failure



i have c1qnephropathy where the filters of my kidneys are shutting down please help im very scared thank you.

Replied by Ted
Bangkok, Thailand
383 posts

It is common for the body to have an inflammatory reaction, which is a kind of autoimmunity. When the body fights a fungal type or bacteria, there is protein die off which shows high in the kidneys. Too high and it clogs up the kidneys. The only way I know to reduce this problem is to reduce the body's inflammatory process, the easiest way I have found out is whenever the dietary are low in zinc, low potassium, low molybdenum, low sodium, low boron and high in acidity, excess excitotoxins amino acid the body's inflammatory process goes sky high. For example, most problematic amino acid excitotoxins comes from phenylalanine, monosodium gluatamate, and especially aspartame, but also the usual chlorinated and fluoridated water. Interestingly some who have served in the armed forces, have uranium, and other radioactive elements which suppresses the immune system, leading to an inflammatory responses, but this is also quite possible through yearly vaccinations, which contains'mycoplasma. Hence avoiding these ore removal of these are very helpful if found present in the body.

The simplest possible remedy and yet the most effective I have found to date is as follows:

1/8 teaspoon of sodium carbonate (washing soda) plus 1/4 teaspoon of sodium bicarbonate and 1/8 teaspoon of potassium bicarbonate in 1/2 to 1 glass of water taken three times a day. It is the potassium bicarbonate and the sodium carbonate components which reduces the inflammatory process by neutralizing the fungus, as they only grow in the presence of metabolic acidosis, often triggered by aspartame (sugar free chewing come and diet coke), hydrocarbon (such as benzene found in coke from sodium benzoate used as preservative). These called metabolic acidosis which triggers an inflammatory processes, leading to excess proteins in the urine. It should be noted that I make a distinction here between a bicarbonate and a citrate. A bicarbonate or carbonate is what triggers reduction in inflammation, by killing off the targeted pathogens, while certain excitatory alkalization such as potassium acetate, potassium citrate does not lead to cellular relaxation to cause healing as this merely makes the cell more activated and thus more acidic, since acetates, malates, citrates are fuel for the mitochrondria's Kreb Cycle within the cells and therefore a simpler bicarbonates and carbonates works better. The carbonates is an interesting element in reduction to inflammation since they absorbs carbon dioxide and carbonic acid inside the body, leading to lower CO2 pressure and lower Carbonic acids. High carbonic acid, because it's an acid leads to inflammation, whether they be in excess amounts in the kidneys or various other parts of the body, leading to an inflammatory responses. There will be a reduction in protein in the urine such as Cq1 when the body acquires sufficient alkalinity if taken for the next 3 to 4 weeks and some improvement is possible before the month is out.Once a week or twice a week 1/8 teaspoon of real natural SEA SALT in 1/2 glass of water are at least needed to restore the lack of salinity in the urine to further reduce pathogens which leads to an anti-inflammatory responses.

In the long run, after the inflammatory problem is taken care of, quite often the body may need some balance protein and amino acid supplements such as Whey protein, taken only once in the morning so that a protein depletion don't occur or at least the anti excitatory proteins or amino acid are held in balance leading to longer term reduction in inflammatory response.

Replied by Alina
Miami, Fl
01/25/2010

Is there any update on poly-kidney?

Replied by Renea
Deville, La
01/04/2011

I love reading your knowledge of plain and simple solutions.
My 19 year old daughter had 3 lapses of hemolytic uremic syndrome at age 2, 4 and at 5 1/2. She had many plasma transfusions, plasma exchange and many whole blood transfusions for many years until probably the age of 10 or 11. But since the age of 2 she has had to be on blood pressure medicines because of kidney damage. Now at age 19 her doctor took her off of enalapril because of the side effects it would have on a fetus. She has been on enalapril for several years, and is also on norvasc. She was put on clonidine instead of enalapril and swelling started. We went back to the Dr. And I wanted her off of clonidine because I said she had bad reaction to clonidine when she was very young where she thought ants were biting her. I had to go somewhere else to get her off of the clonidine and the swelling got worse. She is taking a pill (can't remember name of it) for fluid. Did blood work and creatinine now at 1.8 (usually hers is 1.2) and they said there is a lot of blood and protein in the urine, blood pressure is never lower than 120's over 80's.

Wondering if maybe baking soda drinking it or bathing in it would help her. Also her white count is good. Would love to see her live w/o high blood pressure medicines. But I think she needs to get back on enalapril (I've read where it helps protect kidneys). She has also lived on CoQ10, olive leaf, alpha lipoic acid, grape seed extract. She drinks bottled water. Doesn't eat a lot of meat but eats a lot of cheese and potatoes. She is not over weight. Forgot to say she is also very anemic H/H 8. 7 and 26. BUN is 39. Please give your opinion of her situation, Thanks. Renea
P. S. She hasn't been on antibiotics in years, I give her oil of oregano and garlic when she is coming down with something and really we only go to Dr. for her kidneys. She looks great and is normal except for her kidneys.

Replied by Jaswinder
Johor, Malaysia
11/17/2011

Hi sabah snake grass is possible a cure for kidney problems.

Replied by Ken
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
09/02/2012

We are now using Gum Arabica on kidney failure and diabetes patients and the results are extremely encouraging, short of a miracle. It is a totally natural prebiotic. Do some research on your own to find out more.

Replied by Kay
Lexington, MS
09/05/2012

How do you use the gum arabica for kidney failure?


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