1/4 cup dried Hydrangea root
1/4 cup Gravel root
1/4 cup Marshmallow root
1 large bunch of fresh parsley
Goldenrod tincture (leave this out of the recipe if you are allergic to it)
Bladney Herbal capsules
Black Cherry Concentrate
Magnesium oxide tablets, 300 mg
Measure and set the roots to soak, together in 10 cups of cold tap water, using a non-metal container and a non-metal lid (a dinner plate will do). After four hours (or overnight) heat to boiling and simmer for 20 minutes. Drink 1/4cup as soon as it is cool enough. Pour the rest through a bamboo strainer into a. sterile pint jar (glass) and several freezable containers. Refrigerate the glass jar.
Boil the fresh parsley, after rinsing, in 1 quart of water for 3 minutes. Drink 1/4cup when cool enough. Refrigerate a pint and freeze 1 pint. Throw away the parsley.
Dose: each morning, pour together 3/4 cup of the root mixture and 1/2 cup parsley water, filling a large mug. Add 2 tbs. black cherry concentrate and 20 drops of goldenrod tincture and 1 tbs. of glycerin. Drink this mixture in divided doses throughout the day. Keep cold. Do not drink it all at once or you will get a stomach ache and feel pressure in your bladder. If your stomach is very sensitive, or you know you have kidney stones, or are over 70, start on half a dose.
Save the roots after the first boiling, storing them in the freezer. When your supply runs low, boil them a second time, but add only 6 cups water and simmer only 10 minutes.
You may cook the roots a third time if you wish, but the recipe gets less potent. If your problem is severe, only cook them twice. Also take:
· Ginger capsules: one with each meal (3/day).
· Bladney Herbal capsules. One with breakfast and two with supper.
· B & C 4 Stress: one a day.
· Magnesium oxide (300 mg). one a day
Take these supplements just before your meal to avoid burping.
Some notes on this recipe: this herbal tea, as well as the parsley, can easily spoil. Heat it to boiling every fourth day if it stored in the refrigerator; this re-sterilizes it. If you sterilize it in the morning you may take it to work without refrigerating it (use a glass container). When you order your herbs, be careful! Herb companies are not the same! These roots should have a strong fragrance. If the ones you buy are barely fragrant, they have lost their active ingredients; switch to a different supplier. Fresh roots can be used. Do not use powder.
· Hydrangea (Hydrangea arborescens) is a common flowering bush.
· Gravel root (Etipatoritim purpureum) is a wild flower.
· Marshmallow root (Althea officinallis) is mucilaginous and kills pain
· Fresh parsley can be bought at a grocery store. Parsley flakes and dried parsley herb do not work.
· Goldenrod herb works as well as the tincture but you may get an allergic reaction from smelling the herb. If you know you are allergic to this, leave this one out of your recipe
· Ginger from the grocery store works fine; you may put it into capsules for yourself (size 0, I or 00).
There are probably dozens of herbs that can dissolve kidney stones. If you can only find several of those in the recipe, make, the recipe anyway; it will just take longer to get results. Remember that vitamin B6 and magnesium, taken daily, can prevent oxalate stones from forming. But only if you stop drinking tea. Tea has 15.6 mg oxalic acid per cup. A tall glass of iced tea could give you over 20 mg oxalic acid. Switch to herb teas. Cocoa and chocolate, also, have too much oxalic acid to be used as beverages.
Remember, too, that phosphate crystals are made when you eat too much phosphate. Phosphate levels are high in meats, breads, cereals, pastas, and carbonated drinks. Eat less of these, and increase fruits and vegetables. Drink at least 2 pints of water a day.
Cleanse your kidneys at least twice a year
After you have completed use 1 to 3 Bladney Herbal Capsules a day for 30 to 40 days.