Is Vitamin Water Bad for Kidneys? [TRUTH REVEALED!]

Yes, vitamin water when taken in moderation is great for your kidneys and body.

Is Zero Vitamin Water Good for Kidney Stones?

Good? to treat them, exactly?


The best thing you can do when trying to clear a kidney stone is to remain active and drink plenty of water (at least 2 L per day).

The stone will eventually pass if its size and form are compatible with your anatomy (usually approximately 5 mm).

However, you should consult a doctor if you get a burning sensation when you urinate, a persistent urge to urinate, a temperature, or extreme nausea. It’s possible that you have a UTI (urinary tract infection) or that the stone has grown obstructed.

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Note: There are no natural ways to get a kidney stone to pass. At least not one that has been made public. Apple cider vinegar is ineffective.

Chanca piedra is ineffective. They are diuretics at best; at worst, they can damage the kidneys. And oil (yep, oil) doesn’t work at all.

There are people who genuinely think that urinating with oil can help kidney stones pass more easily via the ureter, bladder, and urethra. omitting the fact that oil is digested in the GI system similarly to solid food.

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