Yoga and Naturopathy for Kidney Stones

Kidney stones are solid masses of crystallized salts
and minerals like calcium or uric acid etc that form
inside the kidneys and may travel down the urinary
tract. Often, stones form when the urine becomes
concentrated. Kidney stones usually originate in your
kidneys, but can develop anywhere along your urinary
tract. The urinary tract includes the kidneys, ureters,
bladder, and urethra.
Signs and symptoms of kidney stones include blood in
the urine, and pain in the abdomen, groin, or flank.
Yogic Kriya: Practice Shankhprakhshalna daily and
kunjal kriya twice in a week.
Asana: Madukasna, Vakarasna, Ardhmatsyendrasna,
Gaumukhasna, Pawanmuktasna, Kati Chakrasana,
Trikonasana, Paschimot-anasana, Bhujangasana,
salavasana, Dhanurasana, Chakrasana, Sarvangasana,
Halasana etc.
Pranayama: Kapalbhati, Agnisar, Bahiya, Anulom
Vilom, Ujjai.
Bandha & Mudra: Viparit Karani, Uddiyan Bandh, Tri
Bandh, Apan Mudra.
Diet Therapy:
Do fasting on hot water with lemon for few days
thereafter on for 7 days on white pumpkin juice,
coconut watter, cabbage juice, watermelon juice,
orange juice and green gourd juice etc followed by
fruits viz. grapes, apple, pear, plum, pineapple and
amla etc.
Some other herbal solutions:
• The stone in the gall bladder will dissolve and
flow out.
• Soak 50 gm of KULTHI pulse in the evening
and drink the water along with kulthi in the
morning. It will dissolve all type of stone.
• Drink black tea without sugar in the morning
empty stomach and do not take anything for
held an hour. Press acupressure point of kidney
@ around 3 inch below the base of ring finger
and 4 point related with genetic glands. See
chart at the end for reference.
Take Mud pack on abdomen enema, hot and cold
fomentation on abdomen, hip bath, steam bath,
wet sheet pack and hot foot bath etc. If the pain is
intolerable, take hip bath with lukewarm water for
20 minutes. If sitting in hot (lukewarm) water is not
possible then take a towel and soak it in hot water.
Keep it in abdomen for 10 minutes. Do it for thrice so
that warmness is maintained.

Written by Yogaguru Dr Mohan Karki  

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