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A kidney stone is a solid mass made up of tiny crystals that separate from the urine within the urinary tract. Normally, urine contains chemicals that prevent or inhibit the crystals from forming. Kidney stones may contain various combinations of chemicals; the most common type contains calcium in combination with either oxalate or phosphate. These chemicals are part of a person’s normal diet and make up important parts of the body, such as bones and muscles. A less common type of stone is caused by infection in the urinary tract.

To treat kidney stones, Kampo medicine uses anti-lithics to “dissolve” the stones or aid their passing to guard against further retention. Diuretic action is also needed to increase the amount of fluid going through the kidneys and flush out the deposits. The use of the takusha herb prevents stone formation including not only calcium oxalate aggregation but also proliferation.

Kampo medicine's beneficial effects include increased urinary volume, increased magnesium excretion (Takusya), inhibitory activity on calcium oxalate aggregation (Takusya, Wulingsan and Desmodyum styracyfolium), and inhibition of calcium oxalate nucleation and hydroxyapatite internalization (Wulingsan).


   Polyporus Tea
(For acute case)

       -Kidney stones 
       -Bladder calculus





   Rehmannia Eight Tea
   (For chronic case)

       -Lower back pain or soreness
       -Bladder calculus
       -Enlerged prostate




In Chinese Name: 猪苓湯 (Polyporus Tea)
In Pinyin: Zhu Ling Tang

In Chinese Name: 八味地黄丸 (Rehmannia Eight Tea)
In Pinyin: Ba Wei Di Huang Wan