Most of the patients with kidney cysts are over 50 years old, so they are more likely to know what kind of tea they can drink. We all know that drinking tea is beneficial for people, but to patients with kidney cysts, they should drink correct tea. The incorrect tea may worsen their illness condition and aggravate the kidney cysts. Therefore, there is a question: what kind of tea can patients drink for kidney cyst?
For kidney cyst patients, they have no symptoms in the early stage and most of the kidney cysts will not cause kidney damage, but they should also keep a healthy eating and drinking. In order to help the patients with kidney cyst to fight against their kidney disease, we’d like to introduce herbal tea, which can help slow down the growth of kidney cyst or ease patients’ symptoms.
Corn silk tea.
Corn silk is common in our life, and when the corn silk is made into tea, drinking corn silk tea may have many benefits. The main use of corn silk tea in a medicinal sense is for the problems related to the urinary tract. It can increase urine output and regulate blood circulation. Otherwise, it can also lower high blood pressure and high blood sugar. Therefore, drinking corn silk tea regularly is good for patients with kidney cyst.
Dandelion root tea
Dandelion root is often used as natural diuretic. It can increase urination which can lower blood pressure, the fiber and potassium in dandelion also regulate blood pressure. It also can help prevent and treat urinary tract infection which is the common complication of kidney cysts. On the other hand, the dandelion root can remove toxins in blood and reestablish hydration and electrolyte balance.
Nettle leaf tea
Nettle leaf tea is usually recommended for people with kidney disease, because it can lower the high creatinine level. It also can improve urinary problems such as urinary tract infection and it can take extra fluid out of your body.
From the above, we can know that many herbal teas are good for patients with kidney cysts. However, depending on the different conditions, not all kidney cyst patients can drink herbal tea. So, you should talk to your doctor about herbal tea and any other medications you are taking, as herbs can interact with medicines or cause unforeseen side effects.