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Purpura Nephritis Disappears Naturally With Chinese Medicine Treatment

Recently our hospital-Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital, China accepted a Purpura Nephritis patient. When he just came to our hospital, there are lots of red spots in his legs. After a period of our Chinese medicine treatment, red spots disappeared naturally. He was released from our hospital. Congratulations for his recovery.

What is the cause of Purpura Nephritis?

Purpura Nephritis is an autoimmune system disease. There are immune complexes depositing in kidneys, causing kidney inflammation. If inflammation is not controlled, it will cause scarring kidney tissues. Finally kidney failure will occur.

How does Chinese Medicine Treatment help Purpura Nephritis?

The best Chinese Medicine Treatment is Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy. It is an external application based on Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). Chinese medicines are micronized into powder and then collected into two medicated bags. The osmosis machine helps the active ingredients arrive at kidney lesion directly through skin permeation. It treats Purpura Nephritis from the four aspects.
Purpura Nephritis Disappears Naturally With Chinese Medicine Treatment
1. Dilate blood vessels

Immune complexes deposits in the glomerular capillary will result in hypoxia-anoxia state. Chinese medicines can expand blood vessels to improve blood circulation and relieve the state of hypoxic-ischemic and create a good blood environment for mesangial cells’ restoration.

2. Anti-inflammation

Anti-inflammation can reduce the infiltration of inflammatory cells and stop further damage on mesangial cells.

3. Anti-coagulation

Inflammatory cells in blood can increase the viscosity of blood to some extent. In this condition, it is easy to cause microthrombus of glomerular capillary so anticoagulant drugs are necessary.

4. Degradation

Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy and degrade immune complexes and remove them out of your body. This can avoid further damage on kidneys and other organs. Western medicines can not do this.

Red spots in legs from Purpura Nephritis disappeared naturally after a period of our Chinese medicine treatment. However, this therapy is only applied in China so foreign patients need to come to China for treatment. We also have some supporting Chinese medicine therapies like Medicated Bath, Medicated Foot Bath, Mai Kang Mixture and Medicinal Soup, etc. They are all good for improving renal function. If you want to learn more information, you can leave a message below or consult our online doctor directly.

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