[progress] Chinese herbal medicine, which is often neglected, is harmful to chronic kidney disease

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Http://urology.dxy.cn/bbs/topic/22028436As we all know, Guan Mutong, Aristolochia, radsz Fibraurea recisa contain aristolochic acid, can cau

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As we all know, Guan Mutong, Aristolochia, radsz Fibraurea recisa contain aristolochic acid, can cause aristolochic acid nephropathy. However, we commonly used rhubarb, licorice, garlic, ginger, 37, such as chronic kidney disease is harmful, do you believe it? Believe it or not, anyway, I believe! I didn't believe it either.

The United States NKF website lists 39 kinds of herbs for chronic kidney disease, including the above commonly used drugs. About 10% of Americans have taken kidney toxic herbs, regardless of kidney disease, let alone the chinese!

According to the November 10th American Society of Nephrology (2011 ASN years) a study will be reported in the United States, the general population and in patients with chronic kidney disease, the use of potentially nephrotoxic dietary supplements (Chinese herbal medicine) is a common phenomenon. Dr. Vanessa Grubbs of University of California in ASN report, regardless of whether the United States adults suffering from kidney disease, 1/10 is harmful to the kidney using dietary supplements, but ironically, when these people warned, they think that these supplements for the health benefits. The National Kidney Foundation (NKF) has identified 39 kinds of herbs may be harmful, especially in the background of chronic kidney disease, but used by doctors to monitor patients is very difficult, because of containing the herbal dietary supplements is similar to food rather than accept drug supervision". In NKF determine the kidney of potentially harmful dietary supplements, the more common is the use of diuretics as supplements (including Buchu and gin) and prescription drugs can interact with supplements, such as Hypericum perforatum, echinacea, garlic, ginkgo, ginger Helan cimicifuga.

Reference site:

Http://www.kidney.org/atoz/content/herbalsupp.cfm

Http://www.medpagetoday.com/MeetingCoverage/ASN/29627

 

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