There are several methods to reduce High Creatinine Levels in western medicine, such as ketosteril and Dialysis. While it easily returns back to high level once you stop dialysis. In Huaxia Kidney Disease Reseach Institute, we use Chinese medicine reduce high creatinine level.
Chinese medicine can help you discharge excess wastes from the body so as to reduce high creatinine level.
In Chronic Kidney Disease, your damaged kidneys are unable to filter wastes completely, but there are other organs of body can be used to help purify blood. Enema Therapy uses intestinal tract to eliminate wastes and toxins combining Chinese herbs. Steaming Therapy, Medicated Bath, and Foot bath fully use skin to filter wastes through dilating blood vessels and accelerating blood circulation.
Chinese medicine can help you repair kidney damage and restore renal function to reduce high creatinine level.
The goal of Chinese medicine treatment is not just reducing high creatinine levels but repairing kidney lesions and restoring renal function. Since as long as your kidneys restore renal function, they can excrete excess creatine naturally.
Systematic Toxin-Removing Treatment like Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy can dilate blood vessels, remove blood stasis to increase blood flow to kidneys, thus making damaged kidneys get enough oxygen and nutrients to repair themselves. Chinese medicines can also strengthen immunity to fight against the disease.
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