Kidney stones are among most common urinary irregularities in the U.S. Anyone who has already had a kidney stone issue knows how incredibly painful experience can that be. Fortunately, there are certain natural therapies that can be helpful in treating kidney stones and help dissolve them in a smaller parts so that they can easily and less unpleasantly pass from the urinary system. Below you can find a recipe for that kind of treatment. It is possible to prepare this solution very quickly, but it is incredible effective therapy for this condition.

Kidney Stones- what are they?

Kidney stones are formations of minerals, usually of calcium that are collected in the kidneys and form small, pebble clumps. If these stay in the kidney itself, sometimes a person will not even know because there aren’t any symptoms. However, if these stones start to move and get stuck somewhere in the ureter (the tube that carries urine from the kidneys to the bladder), the reaction can be tenderness, swelling, a backup of urine and unbearable pain.
The proper therapy should get the kidney stone pass to the bladder, and then get out during urination. It is suggested to drink large amounts of fluids to flush the system out. But, this is more effective if incorporated with therapies that help break up the kidney stones and make them pass. This recipe provides such a therapy.

Syrup to dissolve kidney stones

• 1 whole lemon
• 1 cup of olive oil
• 1 cup of organic honey
• 1 cup maple syrup
• 1 large bunch parsley root

Method of preparation
Chop the lemon along with the rind into chunks and process it in a blender. Add all the other ingredients and blend again until smooth. Place the mixture in the jar with an airtight lid and put it in the refrigerator.


You should consume one tablespoon of this syrup in the morning on an empty stomach, and remember to drink plenty of fluids during the day.

Why is this treatment efficient?

Lemon raises the urine’s acidity and therefore, allows the kidney stones to start melting. The parsley root is a great natural diuretic, which encourages the urination. Olive oil serves as a lubricant and honey and maple syrup provide natural antibiotic benefits.