Ann Clin Case Rep | Volume 6, Issue 1 | Research Article | Open Access

The Effect of Selected Traditional Herbal Combination with Royal Jelly on Kidney Function: Case Series

Buthaina Alkhatib1*, Iman Alhilo2 and Samir Alhilo3

1Department of Clinical Nutrition and Dietetics, Philadelphia University, Jordan 2Mutah University, Herbal Dynasty Medical Center, Jordan 3The University of Jordan, Herbal Dynasty Medical Center, Jordan

*Correspondance to: Buthaina Alkhatib 

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Abstract

Aim: This retrospective case study was conducted to investigate the effect of using a herbal mixture herbal mixture (which is composed of corn silk (Stigma maydis), Paronychia arabica (paronychia), Frankincense (Gum olibanum) and Asparagus racemosus roots (shatavari)) accompanied with Royal Jelly capsules on renal function assessed by serum creatinine level. Methodology: This study was conducted by reference to computer patients' files between 2015 and 2018 in Herbal Dynasty Medical Center, Amman, Jordan. A 20 cases of renal failure patients of both sexes (9 females’ and 11 males) (age range 23 to 71 years) were selected. Serum creatinine before and after the treatment were reported. Also, estimated Glomerular Filtration Rates (eGFR) were calculated. Results: Mean serum creatinine levels after herbal treatment for all selected cases were decreased by (2.8 ± 1.4) as compared to mean serum creatinine levels before the treatment (3.9 ± 1.8). The majority of patients have been transmitted from advanced stages of CKD to lower stages based on eGFR. Conclusion: The use of herbal and alternative therapies in CKD lead to a decrease of serum creatinine levels and to transition patients from advanced stages to another lower; which means that treatments enhance kidney function and decrease deterioration.

Keywords:

Kidney function; Corn silk; Shatavari root; Boswellia; Gum olibanum; Royal jelly

Citation:

Alkhatib B, Alhilo I, Alhilo S. The Effect of Selected Traditional Herbal Combination with Royal Jelly on Kidney Function: Case Series. Ann Clin Case Rep. 2021; 6: 1981..

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