Radish juice is a very effective diuretic. It helps clean the bladder and the kidneys. You can also add carrot and cucumber juice to the juice of radish. A cup of this juice should be taken on an empty stomach early in the morning for at least 21 days. Consult your doctor before using this information.
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Horse Radish belongs to mustard family and is rich in dietary fiber, vitamins, especially Vitamin C, folic acid, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, calcium and potassium. It also contains volatile oils, mainly the mustard oil that has antibacterial activity. Horse radish is an effective diuretic which helps in cleaning the urinary tract infections and bladder. According to WebMD, Horseradish is useful in treating urinary tract infections, kidney stones, fluid retention and gallbladder disorders. And according to an article published in Digital Journal, radish juice helps in breaking up the kidney stones, especially the calcium oxalate ones, and also prevents its formation because it is rich in potassium that helps in reducing the urinary excretion of calcium. This is well supported by a scientific study published in PubMed, which revealed that diet rich in radish has increased the excretion of urinary calcium oxalate – the common source of kidney stone formation.
Therefore, it is a good idea for people suffering with kidney stone problems to drink a cup of fresh juice prepared from radish leaf and a small piece of radish. To make it tasty and more effective, you can add carrot or cucumber juice to the radish juice and drink it on empty stomach. For proper dosage and prescription, it is always advised to consult a registered doctor.
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