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Kidney function toner | Nephro-protective | Restore cellular integrity | Check inflammation | Enriched with potent bioactive constituents | Enriched with kidney specific super anti-oxidants | Promotes clinical & biochemical recovery | Ensures corrective & preventive management.
Improves functional capacity of kidneys.
Fortified with a higher number of synergistically acting herbal extracts in optimal concentration for overall improvement in Kidney Health.
Provide anti-oxidants & bio-molecules to check degenerative alterations.
Helps delay the chronicity of the disease by reducing the progression rate of degeneration and facilitates the repair in the cellular injury
Syrup (Sugar Free) :
- Children (3-6 years): ½ teaspoonful twice a day
- Children (7 – 12 years): 1 teaspoonful twice a day
- Adult: 3 teaspoonful thrice daily in adults
Continue the treatment co-relating clinical benefits and restoring normalcy in biochemical parameters as per the advice of Physician.
- Impaired e-GFR
- Compromised renal function
- As an adjuvant to Nephrotoxic Drugs
- OR as directed by Physician
Under medical supervision, the formulation is clinically safe in both short and long-term therapeutic dosages.
Unique Salient Features of Neeri KFT
- Improves functional capacity of kidneys.
- Fortified with higher number of synergistically acting herbal extracts in optimal concentration for overall improvement in Kidney Health.
- Provide anti-oxidants & bio-molecules to check degenerative alterations.
- Helps delay the need of dialysis by reducing the progression rate of degeneration and tends improve repair renal cells injury.
Indications for Neeri KFT
- CKD stage I, II, III
- CKD Stage IV, V as adjuvant
- Generalised Oedema
- Nephrotic Syndrome
- As Preventive to Drug induced Nephropathy
Dosage of Neeri KFT
- Children (3-6 years): ½ teaspoonful twice a day
- Children (7 – 12 years): 1 teaspoonful twice a day
- Adult: 3 teaspoonful thrice daily in adults
Continue the treatment co-relating clinical benefits and restoring normalcy in biochemical parameters.
Safety of Neeri KFT
The products have been found clinically safe in short or long term usage in therapeutic dosage under medical supervision.
Key Ingredients of Neeri KFTPapita (Carica papaya L.), Dhania (Coriandrum sativum L.), Punernava (Boerhavia diffusa L.), Kasni (Cichorium intybus), Makoya (Solanum nigrum L), Guduchi (Tinospora cardifolia (Willd.) Miers), Palash (Butea monosperma), Gokhru (Tribulus terrestis L), Haridra (Curcuma longa L. ), Varun (Crataeva nurvala ), Revand chini (Rheum emodi), Sheetal Chini (Piper cubeba), Amla (Phyllanthus emblica L.), Shirish (Albizzia lebbeck), Lal chandan (Pterocarpus santalinus L.f.), Sigru / Shobhanjan (Moringa oleifera), KHAS / USHIR (Chrysopogon zizanioides), Chaulai (Amaranthus spinosus), Pine Apple / Ananas (Ananas comosus), Lauki (Lagenaria siceraria)
FAQs about Neeri KFT
One may have any of the symptom or may remain silent until disease progress to an extreme as many of times kidney disease remains asymptomatic.
- High blood pressure (hypertension)
- Passage of bloody, cloudy or tea-coloured urine
- Presence of protein in the urine (uremia)
- Excessive foaming of the urine
- Frequent passing of urine during the night
- Puffiness of the eyes, hands and feet
- Passing less urine or difficulty passing urine
- Loss of appetite or weight
- Persistent generalized itching
Over many years diabetes affects the small blood vessels throughout the body. Damage may be caused to the kidneys as well as the eyes, skin, nerves, muscles, intestine and heart. The kidneys contain tiny filters made up of small blood vessels and as these become damaged, protein leaks into the urine and the kidneys are less able to filter (purify) the blood properly. The normal removal of excess salt and water from the body is reduced and toxic substances build up in the blood. Kidney failure caused by diabetes is called “diabetic nephropathy”. If the nerves in the body are damaged by diabetes, it is called neuropathy, and this can affect bladder control, resulting in difficulty in emptying the bladder. Urine can remain in the bladder and the pressure that builds up can back-up and damage the kidneys. In addition, if urine stays in the bladder for long periods of time, infection may develop because of the rapid growth of bacteria in urine that has high sugar content. In diabetic kidney disease (also called diabetic nephropathy); cells and blood vessels in the kidneys are damaged, affecting the organs’ ability to filter out wastes. Wastes build up in your blood instead of being excreted. In some cases this can lead to kidney failure. When the kidneys fail, a person has to have his or her blood filtered through a machine (a treatment called dialysis) several times a week, or has to get a kidney transplant.
The finding of excess amounts of protein in the urine is an early sign of diabetic kidney disease. If the protein loss become heavy, the amount of protein in the blood decreases. This low blood protein level results in fluid retention causing swelling of the legs. High blood pressure usually develops or worsens as the disease progresses. People with diabetes should have their blood, urine and blood pressure checked regularly by their doctor. This will lead to better control of the disease and early treatment of high blood pressure, if present.
As the kidney's function declines (this is shown by the results of progressive blood tests), non-specific symptoms may develop such as nausea, vomiting, loss of appetite, weakness, tiredness, itchiness, muscle cramps and anaemia. The need for insulin may decrease. If any of these symptoms occur you should consult your doctor.
High blood pressure can damage your kidneys. It is the second leading cause of kidney failure. Your kidneys play a role in keeping your blood pressure at the right level. Because of this, some people who already have kidney disease can also get high blood pressure. High blood pressure makes the heart work harder and can damage blood vessels in the body. If the blood vessels in the kidneys are damaged, they may stop doing their job of removing wastes and extra fluids from the blood. The extra fluids may then raise blood pressure even more.
Blood pressure and kidney disease go together in two ways. First, high blood pressure is the second commonest cause of kidney failure and contributes to kidney failure in diabetes and other forms of kidney disease. At the same time, kidney disease causes high blood pressure. If you get kidney disease and then get high blood pressure from it, that high blood pressure will cause further damage to your kidneys.
Many people, particularly women, have recurrent urinary tract infections. These typically do not damage the kidney and are not related to kidney disease, but rather problems with the bladder. However urinary tract infections in males and children warrants further investigations as there may be abnormalities in the urinary tract.
Generally speaking, recurrent kidney stones do not lead to kidney failure. But they may cause kidney failure if they cause long-term obstruction of the kidney.
No, any one at any age can get kidney diseases. In general, diseases such as diabetes and high blood pressure resulting in kidney problems become more common amongst the aging population.
Diabetic kidney disease progresses slowly and silently, so you may not feel that anything is wrong until severe problems have developed. Therefore, it is important to get your blood and urine checked for kidney problems at least one a year. Keeping your blood pressure under control is also important.
About 10 percent of patients with kidney failure are due to hereditary causes. The known leading causes of kidney failure are diabetes and high blood pressure, which often run in families. The commonest cause of kidney failure that is directly passed down from your parents is Polycystic Kidney Disease (PKD). PKD is a disease in which cysts (pouches of fluid) form in the kidneys. As time goes by, more cysts appear and get bigger, eventually leading to kidney failure.
About 10 percent of kidney diseases are due to hereditary problems. Both high blood pressure and diabetes are more common in children whose parents are suffering from the same disease. If your children do not have either high blood pressure or diabetes, they will not be at increased risk.
Unfortunately, kidney failure cannot be cured. But if you are in the early stages of kidney disease, you may be able to make your kidneys last longer by taking certain steps.
If the kidneys become so damaged that only about 10% of overall kidney function remains, it is called End-Stage Kidney Failure. The average time between the onset of diabetic kidney damage and End-Stage Kidney Failure is about 5 to 7 years, but it can vary from person to person. For diabetics in a reasonable state of health, End-Stage Kidney Failure can be treated by medications, dialysis or transplantation.
High protein intake leads to a build-up of nitrogen in the blood. The nitrogen ends up in the kidneys in the form of urea, where it needs to be cleaned from the blood and removed in the urine. This may result in further straining of the impaired kidneys.
Yes, you are at risk of having high blood pressure.
Reasons people may have blood in the urine include
- infection in the bladder, kidney, or prostate
- vigorous exercise
- viral illness, such as hepatitis
- sexual activity
- inflammation of the kidney, urethra, bladder, or prostate
- blood-clotting disorders, such as hemophilia
- polycystic kidney disease—a genetic disorder in which many cysts grow on a person’s kidneys
- sickle cell disease
- bladder or kidney cancer
It is important that patients with established kidney disease must monitor their condition by visiting their doctors regularly. Practice a Balanced Diet -Lower the fat, salt and sugar content in your diet and add more fibre, fresh fruits and vegetables. A low salt diet is especially important if you have high blood Overcome Obesity -The best way is with regular exercise and a well-balanced diet. Exercise for 30 minutes for at least 3 times a week if possible. Quit Smoking -There is no 'safe' level of smoking and smoking is damaging to blood vessel walls. Damaged blood vessel walls can lead to atherosclerosis (hardening of blood vessels) and ischemia of the kidneys. Avoid Unnecessary Medications-Certain medications are toxic to the kidneys in susceptible individuals, especially if taken in large amounts over long periods. Your doctor can give you specific advice on what medications to avoid.
One can live as long as others without kidney failure provided that he/she has no other confounding ailments such as severe cardiovascular disease, undergoes dialysis treatment and follow the recommended diet and medications.
Over-the-counter analgesics drugs present no danger for most people when taken in the recommended dosage. But some conditions make taking even these common painkillers dangerous for the kidneys. Also, taking one or a combination of these drugs regularly over a long period of time may increase the risk for kidney problems. Analgesic nephropathy is a chronic kidney disease that gradually leads to end-stage kidney disease and the permanent need for dialysis or a kidney transplant to restore kidney functions. People who take painkillers on a regular basis should check with their doctors to make sure they are not hurting their kidneys. The doctor may be able to recommend a safer alternative.
No, but unhealthy eating habits can lead to high blood pressure and diabetes, and these two are the main causes of kidney failure.
As long as one’s kidney is healthy, having only one kidney does not affect one’s survival at all.
People who are very overweight have an increased frequency of kidney failure. Obese persons have increased risk of high blood pressure and diabetes. These in turn increases the risk of kidney failure.
It can be assumed that CKD is incurable. Usually CKD is a silent disease which goes undetected until its later stages. Being detected at those stages the treatment become more challenging due to the irreversible damages. Even if tried, the damages can only be reversed to some extent which do not cure the disease properly but only buy time to patient to survive more. However, if recognized at earlier stages the kidney health can be managed and restored which will prevent or delay the end stage renal failure.
Yes, it happens and is the main cause due to which many of the cases go unrecognized up to very late stages of kidney disease as no visible symptoms occurs until then. Keeping a close watch on your kidney function parameters is a good way to have kidney disease to be detected early.
Few days back I had passed blood in urine and now feeling pain at my backside on right side of stomach. Could that be because of kidney disorder?
Going by your mentioned symptoms it appears to be a kidney infection which requires immediate medical attention. You must consult a doctor for proper diagnosis.
On pathological investigation I was told that I my protein is getting waste in my urine. What should I do?
Passing protein in urine is an indication of kidney disorder or infection. You must consult a physician and take a proper treatment. To prevent any further damage to your kidneys you may start taking NEERI-KFT in recommended therapeutic dosage as it will help to keep safe kidneys from toxins and adverse effects of any lifesaving allopathic medicine.
There’s a lot you can do to prevent kidney problems. A recent study shows that controlling your blood glucose can prevent or delay the onset of kidney disease. Keeping your blood pressure under control is also important. Diabetic kidney disease happens slowly and silently, so you might not feel that anything is wrong until severe problems have developed. Go to the doctor if you develop a bladder or kidney infection; symptoms include cloudy or bloody urine, pain or burning when you urinate, an urgent need to urinate often, back pain, chills, or fever. Therefore, it is important to get your blood and urine checked for kidney problems each year. Micro-albumin in the urine is an early sign of diabetic kidney disease.
My doctor has told me my kidney functions are getting worse. I am a diabetic patient and take allopathic medicines regularly. Is there any medicine which can help and reduce the toxic effects of the medicines on my body and kidney?
Being diabetic already put the vital organs on risk of progressive damage. Ongoing degeneration of kidneys can be prevented by taking NEERI-KFT as directed by the physician. NEERI-KFT is an herbal formulation that improves the functional capacity of kidneys & exerts potent anti-oxidant activity which prevents free radical damage to nephrons (cellular functional unit of kidneys) thus restoring the KFT parameters to normal.
I am 28 year old guy. My KFT parameters are not normal. What will help me to restore my KFT parameters back?
You should start taking NEERI-KFT as per the doctor’s advice. NEERI-KFT will help you restore the KFT parameter like creatinine & urea levels. Herb Punernava contained in NEERI-KFT will help in regenerating the capacity of kidneys and reversing the kidney mild to moderate kidney dysfunction. Immune-modulatory & anti-oxidant action will help in improving the impaired functioning of the kidneys thus, regulating KFT parameters back to normal.
My doctor told me that I have been passing tiny protein particles in my urine. What is happening with me?
What your doctor meant was ‘MICROALBUMINURIA’. This refers to the passage of protein ‘ALBUMIN’ in urine in range above the normal. This usually happens when kidney condition and its functioning is not proper. Along with your provided medicine you may start taking NEERI-KFT with your doctor’s advice it will help you in restoring kidney functions and will also prevent the further progression of kidney degeneration.
My creatinine is slightly high. What does that indicate? Is there any formulation available in herbal category?
Creatinine is a waste product which is being excreted by kidney in regular manner. When kidney function begin to lose then the creatinine level starts to increase in serum. Or there is a possibility of increased creatinine level if you are involved in rigorous physical activity and intake of protein supplement. Consult a doctor before starting any medicine as information you stated is incomplete. If on diagnosis it comes due to pathological change then only under medical supervision you can start taking the therapy of NEERI-KFT in recommended dosage schedule to restore the kidney functions. Once kidney functions becomes normal your creatinine levels will be back to normal.
I am 49-year-old female. I am noticing swelling on my legs & feet. What could be the problem? Please suggest any solution as well?
This condition is addressed as edema and occurs as a consequence of fluid retention in body. There could be various reasons for this and one could be retarding kidney functions which need immediate medical attention. Poor kidney functions are attributed to poor kidney health which can be restored by the usage of NEER-KFT under medical supervision. Using NEERI-KFT will exert diuretic action that will help in passing out the retained fluid from the body. It will also improve the overall health of kidney.
I am a diabetic patient and my KFT parameters are normal. Doctor has asked me to take NEERI-KFT but since my KFT test are normal should I stop taking it?
Being diabetic puts you at increased risk of diabetes induced nephropathy which is a condition where in the nephrons in kidney starts degenerating slowly due to the continuous exposer to increased sugar levels. To prevent and delay such adverse diabetic complications you should continue to use the therapy of NEERI-KFT as advised by your doctor. It will help in protecting the nephrons against diabetes induced nephron damage and oxidative stress. It is good that your KFT parameters are normal & taking NEERI-KFT will help you in keeping them same.
No, it is not so. Although hemodialysis is not a treatment which cure the kidney disease/failure rather a last therapeutic tool to manage the wellbeing of the patient to lengthen the living span. Simultaneously, restorative therapies could be given like NEERI-KFT, regular use of which may be helpful in restoring the functional capacity of kidney to an extent.
I am 42-year male patient; my one kidney has already been removed long back. I am scared and do not want to put myself on the risk of any kidney problem. What should I do?
One can survive a healthy life with one kidney also condition apply should not strain the body with other severe ailments. To maintain a healthy functioning of your kidney you can start taking the scientifically proven NEERI-KFT for primary kidney care. It will protect & help preserve kidneys from kidney damage and nephropathy. It also exerts a potent antioxidant activity thus, checking any oxidative damage to kidneys. Do consult the doctor before you start the therapy and it is advised for you to maintain a regular checkup of kidney functions to prevent any serious condition.
I am diagnosed with decreased eGFR. Can I plan pregnancy in this condition if I take NEERI-KFT simultaneously?
You should continue to take NEERI-KFT under medical supervision to prevent the progression of your kidney disease. However, planning a pregnancy is totally dependable on your condition and must be decided by your consultant as he/she is much aware about your condition and possible consequences which are likely to happen if you get pregnant. The use of Neeri KFT is restricted during pregnancy.
No, it has no direct link to kidney but it indicates that your blood sugar levels are not in control and the ongoing dosage of insulin was no more effective in controlling your blood sugar levels. Point of consideration is that diabetes has an adverse effect on kidney and over a period of time kidney starts losing its function which may lead to severe kidney disease or failure. In order to prevent that you can take NEERI-KFT as a preventive medicine. By virtue of its nephrocorrective, anti-oxidant & immunomodulatory action it helps in management of poor kidney functions, prevent kidney damage. Phytoconstituents of NEERI-KFT will provide nephroprotective and nephrocorrective action. Thus, timely addressing may arrest or slow the progression of kidney ailments.
I am an arthritic person. I have read in a health article that taking pain killers for long affects kidneys adversely. As I cannot stop these medicines. However, can any other medicine or therapy be started simultaneously to prevent kidneys from damage?
Unfortunately yes, taking painkillers for a long duration of time can not only affect kidney adversely but also other vital organs as liver. Since, the use of the medicine cannot be stopped due to your persisting condition but the untoward effects can be avoided by the regular usage of NEERI-KFT under medical supervision. NEERI-KFT works as a “Nephroprotective adjuvant” to life saving, but potentially Nephrotoxic drugs as it provides a rich concentration of anti-oxidant that overcomes the oxidative damage.
I had heart valve replacement surgery and during which I had an episode of acute renal failure. Can taking NEERI-KFT will help in fixing the damage occurred to my kidney?
Acute Renal Failure (ARF) is usually reversible and typically return to baseline depending on the underlying cause. ARF due to certain medication may be reversible in some cases but not in case of some other medicines. Taking NEERI-KFT will help in reducing the elevated serum creatinine level gradually and also helps to maintain cellular integrity and architecture of kidneys, prevents any further renal injuries. Do consult your doctor before starting the therapy.
I was addicted to drugs. I have recovered from my addiction but my kidney parameters are not normal. Doctor has mentioned that it is the effect of the drugs on my kidneys. Can I add NEERI-KFT to my ongoing therapy?
Yes, you can take advice from your doctor and add NEERI-KFT to your ongoing therapy.
My 7-year-old son has been diagnosed with nephrotic syndrome. I have read about NEERI-KFT. Can I give this to my son?
Yes, NEERI-KFT can be given in conditions of nephrotic syndrome in dosages suggested by the healthcare provider. It will help increase serum protein, concentration of immunoglobulin and alleviating the condition of proteinuria & also decreasing the formation of immune-complexes. NEERI-KFT possess all possible mechanism by which nephrotic syndrome could be managed.
There is an advisory recommendation of specific food item which you should include and which you should not include in your diet. Please click here for the chart. However, personalized advice can be taken from nutritionist depending upon condition.
I was told that I have kidney blockage and require a stent. Can this condition is curable with NEERI-KFT?
Kidney blockage cannot be reversed but the possible consequences can be managed to reduce by taking the therapy of NEERI-KFT under medical supervision. Further deterioration in kidney functions may be reduced.
I have kidney disease and my hemoglobin level has gone down to 7. My doctor has been giving me erythropoietin shots. Taking NEERI-KFT will help me in reducing the dose of that?
Erythropoietin shots are required as kidneys are inefficient to produce the required amount of erythropoietin which is an important protein that plays a key role in blood formation. Start taking NEERI-KFT under the guidance of your doctor as it will improve the functioning capacity of your kidneys gradually over a period of time depending upon the severity of the disease. As your kidney will start functioning normal your dosage of erythropoietin will reduce. You can also start taking AMYRON tablet (if diabetic) or syrup which will help you in recovering from anemic weakness & debility.
My KFT parameters are not in range. I take alcohol frequently. Could it be because of my alcohol habit?
Yes, alcohol affects adversely to not only kidneys but to overall body. You must stop alcohol intake and take proper treatment for normalizing your KFT parameters. Add NEERI-KFT to your therapy with doctor’s consultation it will help in restoring the kidney functions and biochemical parameters.
Doctor told me that my kidney functions are getting worse and I might need dialysis in a month or so. If I start taking NEERI-KFT, need of dialysis can be avoided?
Providing a definite answer is not possible as concluding anything without analyzing various test reports and knowing the exact condition of the patient. As only taking medicine is not sufficient, recovery is also dependent on various other factors like age, stage of disease and any other persisting disease if any. You must consult your doctor and start taking NEERI-KFT which will gradually recover the kidney functions and increases the chances of reduction in the number of dialysis depending upon the recovery.