Useful in kidney stone and stone in the bladder. It breaks the stone and passes it through the urinary tract. It also clears the excretion of certain substances formed due to metabolic disorder that encourages kidney stone formation.
- Each 250 mg tablet contains:
- Ammonii chloridum (Naushadar) 27.78 mg
- Black Salt (Namak Siah) 27.78 mg
- Rock Salt (Namak Lahauri) 27.78 mg
- Potassium Nitrate (Shora Qalmi) 27.78 mg
- Potassium Carbonate (Jawakhar) 27.78 mg
- (Patparya Khar) 27.78 mg
- Sodii biboras (Suhaga Kham) 27.78 mg
- Ferula foetida (Hing) 27.78 mg
- Piper nigrum (Filfil Siah) q.s.
1 tablet with 5 gms. Majun Hajrul Yahud in the morning and evening.
The easiest step to take is to increase hydration. This applies to sufferers of all types of kidney stones. Drinking very large amounts of water/fluids, particularly at night, reduces urine concentration so that stones cannot form. Surplus fluid can also flush the system of any small stones. High calcium in urine can be caused by too much salt in a person's diet. Salt causes excretion of larger amounts of calcium and thus increases calcium in the urine. Increasing a person's intake of water will reduce the relative concentration of calcium in the urine and thus reduce the risk of crystal formation and kidney stone formation. Additionally, persons prone to the most common type of kidney stones (calcium oxalate) may find it advisable to cut back on foods with high oxalate levels such as apples, asparagus, beer, beets, various berries, black pepper, broccoli, cheese, chocolate, cocoa, coffee, cola drinks, collards, figs, grapes, ice cream, milk, oranges, parsley, peanut butter, pineapples, spinach, rhubarb, tea, turnips, vitamin C, and yogurt to help prevent future stone formation.