Phyllanthus niruri (extract of herbs)
Plant of the family Euphorbiaceae, has received in recent years a wide popularity in many countries due to its ability to loosen almost any stones in the urinary system. Phyllanthus niruri used in folk medicine in South America (Brazil) for treatment of excess uric acid level. In India this plant is called “Jumilla” and is used as antiviral, choleretic, hepatoprotective agent, and in treatment of systemic skin diseases: psoriasis, neurodermatitis and eczema. He was found to have antiparasitic properties.
Phyllanthus niruri contains a range of biologically active compounds, including lignans, terpenes, flavonoids, benzenoids, alkaloids, steroids, vitamin C, tannins and saponins, activating the mechanisms of General cleansing of the body, stimulating the major detoxifying organs, especially the liver and kidneys. Due to the unique chemical composition of Phyllanthus provides a variety of therapeutic actions, speeding up the elimination of toxins and products of metabolism in a natural way.
Phyllanthus niruri also has a pronounced antimicrobial effect. Antibacterial and spasmolytic effect of phyllantus perfectly complemented camerastore and diuretic properties that pozvolytelno to use it in diseases of the kidney and urinary tract: nephritis, cystitis, pyelitis and urolithiasis (oxalate, urate, carbonate and phosphate concretions), edema, narrowing of the urethra (including prostatic hypertrophy).
Thus, the research of the Department of Nephrology of the Federal University of Sao Paulo (Brazil) revealed inhibitory effect of Phyllanthus niruri on the growth of crystals of calcium oxalate and their aggregation in the urine of man, and that in the early stages of the drug prevents the formation of stones and may represent an alternative form of treatment and prevention of urolithiasis.
A study conducted in 2009 in the Malaysian University revealed gipouriquemicescoe the effect of the extract of Phyllanthus niruri, due to its uricosuric properties and partly by inhibition of xanthine oxidase.