What is Renal calculi (kidney stones)
Kidney stones are created when certain substances in urine — includingcalcium,
oxalate, and sometimes uric acid — crystallize. These minerals and salts form crystals, which can then join together and form a kidney stone.
Kidney stones usually form within the kidney, where urine collects before flowing into the ureter, the tube that leads to the bladder. Small kidney stones are able to pass out of the body in the urine — and may go completely unnoticed by you. But larger stones can irritate and stretch the ureter as they move toward the bladder, blocking the flow of urine and causing excruciating pain. Sometimes, a stone can be too large to pass into the ureter and can remain lodged in the kidney
•For those who suffer from recurrent kidney stones, homeopathic treatment can be very effective and a safe alternative to any kind of surgical intervention.