Current treatments are various. Compared with common surgical drainage, Chinese Medicine is safe and trauma-free for kidneys. It is the following three steps that make Chinese Medicine achieve the goal of safety, no side effects and no relapse.
Control the growth of kidney cyst
According to Chinese Medicine, the prescription for kidney cyst includes several herbs which can affect cyst epithelial cells. This kind of cell produces watery sacs persistently and this is why kidney cyst grows up constantly. As long as herbs ingredients arrive at kidneys, they are expected to restrict the secretion of cyst fluids. Surely, kidney cyst will stop to grow up. This is also the reason why kidney cyst usually doesn’t relapse after Chinese medicine treatment.
Remove kidney cyst
Differing with surgical drainage, Chinese medicine removes kidney cyst naturally and safely. On one hand, Chinese Medicine is used to increase the permeability of Cyst Wall and let the fluid filtrate into kidney tubules and then flow to the urine.
On the other hand, by dilating blood vessels, Chinese medicine helps speed up renal circulation. Therefore, a pressure difference appears between blood in vessels and fluids in cyst and it forces cyst fluids flow into blood vessels little by little. In this way, kidney cyst will shrink naturally.
Repair impaired kidneys
Usually, surgery removes kidney cyst quickly while it takes no effects to repair impaired kidneys. This is why some patients still suffer from symptoms after surgery. The key to eliminate symptoms caused by kidney cyst is to restore renal functions. As long as impaired kidneys are repaired, renal function will improve. Therefore, symptoms of kidney cysts can alleviate or disappear spontaneously.
Three steps of Chinese Medicine to treat kidney cyst not only can achieve the same goal with surgical removal—remove cyst, but also can take the effects which surgery fails to do—avoid the relapse and improve renal functions. If you are interested about Chinese Medicine, you can mail to firstname.lastname@example.org