How to Control Diabetic Nephropathy with Natural Therapy

Diabetic nephropathy is a complication of diabetes due to high blood glucose. At the early stage, there are no obvious symptoms in clinic. Proteinuria (protein in the urine) is the early sign of diabetic nephropathy. People with diabetic nephropathy may experience some symptoms including edema (swelling on face, around the eyes, even in the legs), proteinuria, high blood pressure, nausea, vomiting, loss of appetite, tiredness, etc.

How to treat diabetic nephropathy with natural therapy?

If you are interested in natural therapy in addition to standard treatment, please read on.

The natural therapy is a kind of traditional Chinese Medicine called Micro-Chinese Medicine. It is created to treat kidney disease based on the theory of traditional Chinese medicine. Traditional Chinese medicine has a two thousand years history in China which contributes to the people’s health in China. Traditional Chinese medicine is composed of natural herbs which have various medical values to treat different disease. Micro-Chinese Medicine is to make the effective prescriptions of kidney disease super-finely shattered. Then with the help of effective penetrant and osmosis devices, the effective medicines are permeated into kidney lesions by external application, thus achieving the goal of treating kidney disease. Micro-Chinese Medicine gives up the shortages of traditional Chinese medicine. It is used by application not taking it. It will directly reach and restore them so that it has no side effects on other organs.

Micro-Chinese Medicine can treat diabetic nephropathy by dilating blood vessels, anti-inflammation, anticoagulation, preventing blood viscosity and degrading extracellular matrixes. The advantage of Micro-Chinese Medicine is to restore the kidneys and protect the refractory renal function.

If you are interested in the natural therapy, you can consult our experts online about your concerns. They will give you more information about your concerns.

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