The kidney is considered the most vital organs in our body. This is the organ system for maturation, fertility, aging, sexuality, and growth. Our kidneys are the source of Yin and Yang in our bodies.

Your Kidney is located in the lower back. One of the common symptoms of a weak kidney is back pain. Another symptom is weak knees or ankles.

Because your Kidney is in charge of our bones and marrows, a weak bone is another symptom of a weak kidney.

Chronic Kidney Failure is a noticeable problem in the 21st century. Despite ongoing public warnings regarding important dietary controls and healthy exercise requirements, there is a significant dependence on drug-modifying, risk-reducing, and disease-modifying medications as well as surgical interventions to resolve the negative effect of modern lifestyle issues.

Traditional Chinese Medicine can be used to help forestall the need for dialysis by treating what causes Kidney Failure and the effects of Kidney Diseases.

Have you been wondering what are the best Traditional Chinese Medications for Kidney support? In this article, I will be showing you some of the best medications, their benefits, side effects, and others.

Before we go into listing and explaining these medicines, it is necessary if we know what Traditional Chinese Medication is.

What is Traditional Chinese Medication (TCM)?

In China and other Asian countries, Western Pharmacotherapy and Traditional Chinese Medicines are used for treating chronic kidney disease.

In a recent in vitro and animal studies, there is a confirmation that TCM has biological activity and therapeutic effects on Chronic Kidney Disease.

In the practice of TCM, mixing multiple herbal medicines is generally considered as a more effective way of treating Chronic Kidney Disease than a single herbal agent.

The Best Herbals for Kidney Support in TCM Medicine

The number of people who are suffering from Chronic Kidney Disease around the world is increasing. An effective strategy to reduce the speeding increase has not been universally accepted.

Below are the Traditional Chinese Medicine for treating Chronic Kidney Disease

1. Astragalus:

Astragalus for Kidney Disease

Astragalus is among the most used herbs for treating kidney disease. Astragalus is used to boost the immune system in the body. Another name for Astragalus is huang qi.

Astragalus provides Kidney Support by improving the flow of blog and laboratory markers of kidney function like the measures of protein in the urine.

In several studies involving individuals, Astragalus has been shown to improve proteinuria. It may also help prevent infections in persons who suffer from reduced kidney function (R).

Astragalus is well tolerated in most people. However, minor side effects have been shown in studies. These side effects include ras, runny nose, diarrhea, itching and nausea. (R)

Pregnant, breastfeeding women, individuals with autoimmune diseases, individuals taking immunosupressant drugs should avoid Astragalus. If you have diabetes or issues with your blood pressure, you should also avoid Astragalus as it has effects on blood sugar levels and blood pressure. (R)

Astragalus may aid people with Kidney disease, type 2 diabetes and certain heart conditions. For dosage recommendation, please consult your doctor. Astragalus may also improve your immune system.

2. Rhubarb:

Rhubarb for Renal Failure

Rhubarb is a plant. Its root and stem are used to make medicine. Several studies have shown that rhubarb extract improves kidney function in people with kidney disease.

Rhubarb Root happens to be among the several herbal medicines that have the ability to protect nephrons against insults. People look at this member of the Polygonaceae family as a cathartic laxative.

Trials conducted in China show that patients treated with the Chinese Rhubarb root have shown a range of benefits such as serum creatinine levels and offsetting metabolic dysfunctions related to kidney failure.

An active compound called Emodin in Rhubarb has shown to inhibit the Lipopolysaccharide and differentiation and maturation dendritic cells.

In these studies, we can deduce that Emodin plays a vital role in the regulation of inflammation and immune response.

According to some studies reported in Chinese journals and summarized in an English article suggest that Rhubarb is able to reduce proteinuria and proteinuria and also improve kidney function.

It has a beneficial effect on your Kidney when compared to no treatment.

The effect of treatment on all-cause mortality is not shown in these studies. Only minor adverse events were reported in association with Rheum officinale.

Some of the side effects include nausea, abdominal pain, vomiting, and diarrhea. Using Rhubarb for a long term can result in electrolyte disorder and possible liver toxicity. (R)

3. Royal Jelly

Royal Jelly is known to support the kidney, live and pancreases. Royal Jelly is produced by young nurse bees. It is a good source of good for the colony’s queen. Royal Jelly is used to fight respiratory conditions, build endurance and aid digestion in Traditional Chinese Medicine.

It also has protective effects on healing wounds, aging, reproductive health and neurodegenerative disorder. It is used to normalize the body functions, nourish your king, resulting in increased vitality and overall health.

Half teaspoon per day is all you need to gain all the many benefits Royal Jelly because of its potency. It can be consumed raw or mixed with honey to make a spread.

4. Salvia

Salvia has been used in China for at least Thirty years in the diagnosis of chronic renal insufficiency.

This ingredient, such as the entire salvia plant, has been reported to increase plasma blood circulation and decrease glomerular filtration in the kidneys of laboratory animals suffering from kidney failure.

In 1993, Hangzhou-based Chinese researchers reported on the effectiveness of salvia injection in patients receiving peritoneal dialysis for kidney failure, suggesting it could significantly increase creatinine, urea nitrogen, and uric acid clearance and ultrafiltration levels.

Salvia is also used to treat patients who have undergone kidney transplants to prevent transplant failure and increase transplant longevity.

The side effects of Salvia are Nausea, loss of physical coordination, slurred speech, irregular heart rate, increased breathing rate, increased body temperature, loss of appetite, and sleep disturbance.

5. Bone Marrow and Bone Broth

In TCM, bone marrow and broth is believed to provide warming, nourishing and calming effects. They are used as a means to support a healthy mood, boost energy and promote immune function.

It is also eaten because of its healing compounds to nourish the kidney, lung, live and reduce inflammation. Bone Broth is valued for its ability to warm the yang, strengthen our qi, and build blood.

It also helps to detoxify heavy metals and other toxic exposures that can make you ill.

6. Chinese Foxglove

In Traditional Chinese Medicine, Chinese Foxglove is widely believed to regulate Liver and Kidney function. It improves blood circulation. If purifies the Kidney and treat adrenal fatigue.

Chinese Foxglove is also used in combination with other herbs to treat health concerns such as allergies, weakened bones, fever, and diabetes.

Chinese Foxglove is also known for its beneficial effects on blood glucose, kidney damage, and neuropathy. Practitioners of Traditional Chinese Medicine also use it to treat skeletal diseases including osteoporosis. (R)

7. Cordyceps

Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioners call Cordyceps one of the top Chinese herbs because of its power to treat kidney disorder, promote reproductive health, stop bleeding, improve respiratory infections, and soothe the lung (R).

Wild Cordyceps cannot be found easily. As a result, scientists are now reproducing the fungus synthetically in lab settings to make sure they are readily available to the public. However, I will always go for the Wild Cordyceps to make sure I am getting just the benefits and nothing more or less.

It can be found in tablet, powder and capsule forms.

8. Gynostemma

Gynostemma is good for your immune system and supports energy levels. It also helps in the kidney and liver detox process. When our organs get damaged due to exposure to toxins.

High levels of fibrosis can lead to poor kidney function altogether. Due to Gynostemma influence on the genes in our kidney to produce health, reduce fibrosis and well-functioning tissue.

9. Ginger

Ginger is one of the most used spices in the world. Aside from using ginger for nausea, it helps with our liver and kidney detoxification too.

It increases the body’s natural antioxidants in the kidneys, reduce fibrosis, lower inflammation, help create healthier kidney tissues, and help remove toxins from the kidneys.

General Bottomline

It is important to note when discussing potentially useful herbal treatments that there are other important considerations in supporting our kidneys.