Kidney Stones in Dogs – Stone Solve
Kidney Stones in dogs are formed when urine pH levels, or other chemical factors, cause the minerals to bind and form crystals, which in turn build upon each other to create solid structures- “stones”, also known as uroliths. Uroliths are most likely to occur in the dogs bladder, but they sometimes form in the kidneys.
Cornsilk is a gentle diuretic and demulcent that lubricates (with sticky substance), soothes and protects internal mucus membrane or skin. It does not have the harsh volatile oils of other diuretics; and it doesn’t irritate the kidneys. Dandelion leaf and Horsetail are approved in Germany as part of therapy of people with urinary track infections (UTI’s) , they also reinforce each others diuretic ( increases dogs urine production) action. Horsetail is excellent for braking down small organisms which make it especially useful for urinary stones. These herbs appear to work by increasing urinary volume and helping to flush bacteria out of the urinary tract. Lysimachia is Chinese herbal star in the formula for the breaking up of stones. Used in several Chinese patented formulas for the relief of both gallstones as well as urinary stones. In Chinese health approaches it is not at all uncommon that “damp clearing” herbs that dissolve stones of the urinary tract are also effective for the gallbladder.
Cornsilk, horsetail herb, dandelion leaf, buchu leaf, moutan, lysimachia, alisma root, stevia leaf.