What is Kidney Disease

Your kidneysare responsible for filtering excess fluids and waste products from your blood. This waste is then eliminated in your urine. Chronic kidney failure refers to the loss of kidney function over months or years. In advanced stages, dangerous levels of wastes and fluids back up in your body. This condition is also called chronic kidney disease.

Symptoms of Chronic Kidney Failure

If you’re in the early stages of chronic kidney failure, you may or may not have symptoms. Many of the early signs of kidney failure can be confused with other illnesses and conditions. This makes diagnosis difficult.


Nausea and vomiting
Loss of appetite
itching Chest pain
Uncontrollable high blood pressure
Unexpected weight loss


Difficulty staying alert
Cramps and twitches
Numbness in your limbs
Bad breath
Skin that’s darker or lighter than usual Bone pain
Excessive thirst
Bleeding and bruising easily insomnia
Urinating much more or less than usual hiccups
Swollen feet and ankles
Absent menstrual periods
Shortness of breath


Stage 1
CKD means you have mild kidney damage and an eGFR of 90 or greater. Most of the time, an eGFR of 90 or greater means your kidneys are healthy and working well, but you have other signs of kidney damage. Signs of kidney damage could be protein in your urine (pee) or physical damage to your kidneys.

Stage 2
CKD means you have mild kidney damage and an eGFR between 60 and 89. Most of the time, an eGFR between 60 and 89 means your kidneys are healthy and working well. But if you have Stage 2 kidney disease, this means you have other signs of kidney damage even though your eGFR is normal.

Stage 3
CKD means you have an eGFR between 30 and 59. An eGFR between 30 and 59 means that there is some damage to your kidneys and they are not working as well as they should.

Stage 4
CKD means you have an eGFR between 15 and 29. An eGFR between 15 and 30 means your kidneys are moderately or severely damaged and are not working as they should. Stage 4 kidney disease should be taken very seriously – it is the last stage before kidney failure.



Ayurvedic Treatment the holistic methods of Ayurveda for cancer treatment include:Abstinence from food and lifestyle that cause tridosha imbalance; vata pitta, kapha

  • Eliminating toxins through Panchakarma.
  • Restoration of healthy jatharagni (digestive power) functions.
  • Rejuvenation through chemicab (Rasayana)
  • Ayurvedic preparations can act as an adjuvant or a co-therapy along with chemotherapy or radiotherapy. – It is also helpful in post-surgery care.
    Ayurvedic medicines help to minimize the side effects of these therapies.
  • Disturbance in Homeostasis -Primary Factor
  • Harmful Immunomodulations – Secondary Factor
  • Doshic types of Cancer and Diversification
  • Diversification of Cancer by Doshic Location

Additionally, in Ayurvedic thought the concept of ingested matter (liquid or solid) that is absorbed into the circulation which contributes to the impairment of normal homeostasis. The Ayurvedic term for this non-assimilated / non-eliminated matter which is circulating with the blood isaama.

You can see the following positive changes during treatment on a monthly basis 

Appetite Increases

Pain starts reducing

  • Inflammation starts healing
  • Immune System develops


  • Pain completely subsides
  • Appetite Increases
  • Muscle Starts building back
  • Muscle Mass
  • Tumor size starts reducing

Tumor is nonmalignant

**Treatment continues for 12 months 

**Treatment Time frame various for every patient and the stage of the kidney disease


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