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Crystals for Kidney Issues


by Crystal Healer 06 Sep 2021

Anyone can get a kidney stone, but some people are more likely than others to have them. Men get kidney stones more often than women do.

You may also be more likely to have kidney stones if:

  • You have had kidney stones before.

  • Someone in your family has had kidney stones.

  • You don’t drink enough water.

  • You follow a diet high in protein, sodium and/or sugar.

  • You are overweight or obese.

  • You have had gastric bypass surgery or another intestinal surgery.

  • You have polycystic kidney disease or another cystic kidney disease.

  • You have a certain condition that causes your urine to contain high levels of cystine, oxalate, uric acid or calcium.

  • You have a condition that causes swelling or irritation in your bowel or your joints.

  • You take certain medicines, such as diuretics (water pills) or calcium- based antacids.

What are the symptoms of kidney stones?

If you have a very small kidney stone that moves easily through your urinary tract, you may not have any symptoms, and may never know that you had a kidney stone.

If you have a larger kidney stone, you may notice any of the following symptoms:

  • Pain while urinating

  • Blood in your urine

  • Sharp pain in your back or lower abdomen

  • Nausea and vomiting 



Another name for Malachite Crystal is the Kidney stone, which is derivative for copper carbonate complex with hydroxide ions. It’s usually dark green in color and is associated with the kidney stone, because of its amazing properties in healing kidney malfunctions. It strengthens the kidneys and the liver and helps to protect the body’s immune system. It is a great healing stone working on multiple levels, i.e. pain relief. Though the Malachite Stone inorganic, it is believed to be formed by the contribution of the microorganisms. Malachite Gemstone is usually unearthed among azurite and limestone deposits.


Amethyst would be another choice for a healing crystal for the kidney stone. It also heals multiple illnesses and conditions. Placing these crystals in the area of the lower back or in the front about an inch from the pelvic bone on each side will help you to reduce the pain associated with kidney stone. You can do this for 15 to 20 minutes.


Amber is a powerful healing and cleansing stone. Not technically a crystal, Amber is fossilized tree resin, giving this stone a deep connection with life force energies. As such, Amber can help in the healing of many conditions, including kidney issues. Amber can stimulate the bodies systems to kick in gear and assist self-healing on all levels. Amber is known specifically for working on kidney ailments.


Bloodstone is also known to have healing energies for the kidneys. Bloodstone is well-known in the crystal healing community as a detoxifying stone. Bloodstones affinity for the lower chakras makes it helpful in assisting the kidneys in their function. 


Citrine also helps in the healing process of kidneys. It helps to repels the kidney infection.

All these crystals are 100% original and natural. Nature imprints its contours on its creation so be happy to accept crack marks, holes and color variations in your collection. This assures that its 100% natural and Authentic.
Information provided is learnt from experience of various healers to help healers/ believers. This is any case is not any alternative to medical advice.
Use of the product is the personal choice of the user and the result cannot be guaranteed.
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