【Ingredients】: Concentrated cranberry, Iceland moss, bearberry leaf, European angelica, (nettle, European parsley, corn silk extract, Centella asiatica, juniper berry) extract
- People with urethritis and cystitis.
- Patients with various acute and chronic nephritis.
- Individuals with kidney qi deficiency.
【Product Features】: Kidney Treasure is made by modern biotechnology using a variety of natural herbal extracts. It can effectively address various issues such as acute and chronic nephritis, proteinuria, hematuria, frequent urination, painful urination, urgency, urinary retention, nocturia, lumbago, and back pain. It significantly helps with calcium absorption deficiencies, loose teeth, hair loss, premature graying, and aids in inhibiting kidney cyst enlargement, relieving kidney water retention, and improving poor growth and development.
- Adjusts the body’s immune function, rapidly eliminates toxins from the body, and restores normal blood metabolism.
- Promotes the regeneration and reabsorption of renal glomeruli and renal tubules, has antioxidant effects, and protects kidney function.
- Balances fluid metabolism, maintains normal body fluid volume, reduces the burden on the kidneys, and keeps normal urine metabolism.
- Improves urine volume and blood pressure, correcting oliguria caused by uremia.
- Detoxifies, corrects internal acid-base balance, and maintains healthy kidneys.
- Harmonizes yin and yang, nourishes qi and blood, increases energy, strengthens the body’s foundation, and delays aging. It is effective for symptoms of kidney deficiency, such as weakness, fatigue, tinnitus, limb weakness, cold extremities, forgetfulness, poor sleep, impotence, nocturnal emissions, lumbago, fatigue, frequent nighttime urination, aversion to cold. In women, it helps with blood deficiency, irregular menstruation, and low sexual function, among other symptoms.
【Nutritional Knowledge】: The kidneys are the foundation of human life. Strong kidneys lead to abundant energy, strong bones, sharp senses, and overall well-being. Weak kidneys lead to various health problems. The main cause of kidney weakness is the fast-paced modern lifestyle, which results in excessive mental and physical exertion. What are the symptoms when the kidneys are in trouble? Symptoms when the kidneys are in trouble:
- Swelling of the eyelids or face in the morning, which often subsides in the afternoon, worsens after exertion, and lessens after rest. Severe swelling can occur in lower parts of the body, such as the inner ankles, lower limbs, and lumbar region.
- Excessive foaming of urine that persists, indicating a high excretion of protein in the urine.
- Urine color appears dark brown, like wash-water or soy sauce, or is turbid like rice water.
- High blood pressure may cause symptoms such as headaches, dizziness, and blurred vision. However, some patients with long-term high blood pressure may be asymptomatic. Relying solely on symptoms to judge whether blood pressure is elevated is not advisable; regular blood pressure measurement is essential.
- Unexplained lower back pain.
- Sudden increase or decrease in urine volume without obvious reasons, such as fever, excessive sweating, or increased fluid intake.
- Increased nocturnal urination in young people.
The complex known as “Bai Zhi Fu He,” also known as “Kidney Treasure,” is made using modern biotechnology and contains various natural herbal extracts. It is suitable for people with urethritis, cystitis, various acute and chronic nephritis, middle-aged and elderly individuals, and those with kidney qi deficiency.
Natural herbal plant extracts include:
- Concentrated European angelica extract, made using a 10:1 extraction ratio. In the past century, a traditional Chinese medicine practitioner wrote, “When I told common people that European angelica and peony can treat abdominal pain, they were either skeptical or dismissive. They preferred to believe in the use of incantations for healing.” James I’s herbalist, John Gerard, pointed out that European angelica was a prescription for preventing viral infections. It is said that European angelica was named during the Great Plague of 1660 when an angel appeared to a monk and revealed its miraculous effects. Therefore, it was given the name “Angelica,” meaning “angel,” and another nickname, the “Root of the Holy Spirit.” At that time, people would chew European angelica stems to prevent infection and burn its seeds and roots to purify the air. In the 16th century, European angelica spread from North Africa to warmer regions of Europe. Because it first flowers on May 8th (the day of the Archangel Saint Michael), this fragrant and sweet herb is often used in mysterious rituals, which is why it was commonly grown in monasteries and called the “Herb of the Angels.” In 1665, during the London Great Plague, the Royal College of Physicians published a booklet with a royal prescription, which included European angelica water (juice obtained by boiling seeds) for washing the eyes and face. Two famous 17th-century French herbalists, Remerie and Choume, mentioned European angelica’s ability to induce sweating, invigorate the body, purify and eliminate phlegm, and have a stimulating effect on the nervous and digestive systems. European angelica is fond of water and grows near rivers and streams, favoring semi-shaded and humid soil. All parts of European angelica—the seeds, leaves, and roots—have a pleasant aroma and excellent flavor. European angelica leaves can be used in salads, and the leaves and roots can be used to remove fishy odors. The stems are hollow with ribs, and the leaves are fresh green and large, divided into serrated leaflets. Some of the larger leaflets form smaller curled leaves. During the flowering season, it produces small greenish-white umbrella-shaped flowers at the top, which have a honey-like flavor and a strong fragrance. European angelica’s main function is to promote the production of estrogen, regulate the menstrual cycle, alleviate menstrual pain, and aid in the removal of the placental membrane. It is highly effective in treating male and female infertility. Concentrated European angelica extract also contains abundant selenium, known as the “king of anti-cancer.” It is an effective antioxidant that boosts the immune system. Scientific research has found a close relationship between blood selenium levels and cancer development. Numerous studies show that areas with high selenium content in food and soil have lower cancer incidence and mortality rates. Conversely, in areas with low selenium content in food and soil, cancer incidence and mortality rates are higher. This demonstrates the close relationship between selenium and cancer development. The scientific community also recognizes selenium as the “king of anti-cancer” among trace elements in the human body.
- Antioxidant effect: Selenium is a component of glutathione peroxidase (GSH-Px). Each mole of GSH-Px contains 4 grams of selenium atoms. The enzyme catalyzes the oxidation-reduction reaction between reducible glutathione (GSH) and peroxides, making it an important free radical scavenger. In the body, the mechanism of antioxidant action of GSH-Px differs from that of vitamin E, and the two can complement each other, exhibiting a synergistic effect.