A Stable Herbomineral Ayurvedic Treatment for Nephrolithiasis

International Journal of Pharmacy and Biomedical Engineering
© 2014 by SSRG - IJPBE Journal
Volume 1 Issue 1
Year of Publication : 2014
Authors : Kumarakuru and N.Suganeshwari
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Kumarakuru and N.Suganeshwari, "A Stable Herbomineral Ayurvedic Treatment for Nephrolithiasis," SSRG International Journal of Pharmacy and Biomedical Engineering, vol. 1,  no. 1, pp. 1-3, 2014. Crossref, https://doi.org/10.14445/23942576/IJPBE-V1I1P101


The Nephrolithiasis is defined as the calculi, which is formed in the kidneys. These calculi may be renal calculi or ureteral calculi. Generally, the calculus contains the calcium formed as a stone in the kidney or the urinary junction. Due to calculi formation, the heavy pain will create, and the urinary junction will dilate and stretch. Most of the treatment for the urinary calculus will cause side effects and more expensive, the Herbomineral Ayurvedic medicine will provide a better result for the urinary calculus without any side effects. The Ayurvedic formulation of the Herbomineral consists of herbal substances to cure the diseases without any side effects.


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