Patricia: My own experience of high protein in urine is due to infection usually of bacterial origin, and indicates bacterial colonies or that the body is having an infection. Therefore zinc gluconate 50 mg/week, magnesium citrate 250 mg 5 days out of a week would increase the body's defenses against these bacteria, thus reducing the high protein in the kidneys. Also whenever urine pH is acid, which means the pH of urine is below 6.5 (usually infections exists whenever urine pH is about 5.5, which is quite low). In which case raising the body's alkalinity would increase the immunity and reduce bacteria colonies. In which case a Apple cider vinegar 2 tablespoon plus 1/4 teaspoon of baking soda in 1/2 glass of water, taken twice a day, once in the morning and once before sleeping should help. Lime (lemon) of 8 teaspoon (or 2 tablespoons) plus 1/2 teaspoon of baking soda in 1/2 glass of water taken twice a day could also help too. But this is often done on alternate days. Adding 1/4 teaspoon of sea salt in one liter of drinking water will raise the salinity of the urine somewhat so that the antibiotic effect of some salt, would reduce the bacteria thus reducing the protein buildup in the urine. My own experience with "cloudy urine" usually from weaknesses can also lead to protein buildup in which case it helped me a lot to take vitamin B complex for a couple of days. The urine will often clear up and reduces the protein buildup from my own experience."
8/24/2007: Ted adds: "One more thing, the membranous glomerulonephritis may be related to heavy metal toxicity which is why oil pulling works, although a proper oil pulling should be done between brushing of teeth, I believe taking some granulated lecithin would also reduce excess fatty liver and reducing the liver's congestion while the addition of one drop of close oil in one liter of water does help too but its mechanism is more in killing the bacterium in the liver is usually how the clove oil works in reducing the excess urinary proteins too.