Chanca Piedra, also known with the botanical name of Phyllanthus Niruir, is a small and delicate ...
Chanca Piedra, also known with the botanical name of Phyllanthus Niruir, is a small and delicate herbaceous flowering plant from the Phyllanthaceae family. The plant only grows up to 20 to 28 inches in height and is characterized by its numerous tiny leaves and ascending growth habit.
The plant has long been used in various traditional medicinal systems for a range of health issues. It is commonly known with the names of Gale of the Wind, Stonebreaker, Seed-Under-Leaf, Quebra Pedra, and Shatter Stone.
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Chanca piedra was most commonly used for eliminating kidney stones and gallstones. However, it was also considered effective for various digestive issues, urinary tract problems, and protect liver. It was also used as an antibacterial and anti-inflammatory.
Chanca piedra is considered a great natural alternative to eliminating kidney stones and gallstones. It is also used for its antioxidant, antimicrobial, and anti-inflammatory properties. The herb is also used for blood sugar and blood pressure management, gout, and improving liver health and function.
Chanca piedra is a Spanish name which translates tostone breaker. It came from the most prevalent traditional use of the plant – Amazonian tribes used Chanca piedra plant to eliminate kidney and gallstones.
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