Phyllanthus niruri (Chanca Piedra, Stone Breaker) is an all-natural herbal tea. Try Phyllanthus niruri for kidney stones.
All-Natural Support for Eliminating Kidney Stones
If you have kidney stones and you want to flush them out without an expensive hospital visit or immense pain, try drinking a tea made with Phyllanthus niruri.
Phyllanthus niruri is known throughout South America as Chanca Piedra, which means stone breaker. Interestingly, Phyllanthus niruri doesn’t technically break the kidney stone. Instead, it stops the accretion of calcium in the kidney, smooths the spiky surface of the stone, stops spasms and eases pain while passing stones, and reduces the size of the stone so it can pass easily through your urine stream.
Scientists worldwide have studied the use of Phyllanthus niruri in the elimination of kidney stones. (Phyllanthus niruri has been the subject of more than 1,200 of research studies, such as this one. You can read a summary of the science behind Phyllanthus niruri’s effectiveness here.)
Is It Common to Take Phyllanthus niruri for Kidney Stones?
In South America it is. Phyllanthus niruri tea is traditionally used in Andean medicine systems to treat chronic illnesses and ailments. It grows naturally along the Amazon river in Peru. Phyllanthus niruri has 100+ bioactive compounds. It’s a powerful antioxidant, a nootropic, and the world’s best synergistic adaptogen.
Where Should You Get Phyllanthus niruri?
Phyllanthus niruri grows in the Amazon jungle of Peru. Different plants with similar names grow in China, India, and other parts of the world. Make sure you’re getting the real thing. Once you’re sure you’re getting real Phyllanthus niruri from Peru, also make sure you’re buying from a reputable supplier. The plants grows wild throughout the Amazon jungle, and sometimes suppliers collect poor quality plants.
How Much Phyllanthus niruri Tea Should You Drink?
Lots of suppliers sell Phyllanthus niruri in capsule form. However, a few capsules don’t contain the amount of Phyllanthus niruri needed. As an example, three capsules equate to roughly 1.5 grams, which gives you about 12% of the daily amount of Phyllanthus niruri you need.
Phyllanthus niruri tea or extract is much better than capsules.The tea and extract incorporate key phytoconstituents in a critically important way that your digestive system simply can’t do on its own. In addition, drinking 32 ounces of Phyllanthus niruri tea each day helps you reach your recommended daily water intake.
Halting the formation of kidney stones begins with dietary changes. If you’ve had kidney stones in the past and you’re worried you might have them again, you should drink Phyllanthus niruri periodically for maintenance. Phyllanthus niruri tea builds a defense system that can reduce the reoccurrence of kidney stones.