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Creatinine is a chemical waste product of muscle metabolism that is eliminated through the kidneys. Persistently high levels of creatinine indicate that the kidneys may not be functioning properly. The normal range of creatinine in blood is:

  • 0.6 to 1.2 mg/dL (or 53 to 106 mcmol/L) for males, and
  • 0.5 to 1.1 mg/dL (or 44 to 97 mcmol/L) for females.

The values may vary slightly depending on different laboratories and their techniques. Men usually have higher levels than women because creatinine increases with muscle mass.

Factors that contribute to high creatinine levels include dehydration or inadequate water intake; medications like ACE inhibitors, NSAIDs like aspirin and ibuprofen, chemotherapy drugs and others; strenuous exercise; chronic diseases like kidney disease, diabetes, high blood pressure and thyroid disorders; kidney problems; and excessive blood loss.

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Muscle building, taking the dietary supplement creatine and eating large amounts of meat can also elevate creatinine levels.

Some common symptoms of high creatinine are digestive problems like nausea, vomiting and poor appetite; fatigue; urinary changes like frequent night urination, decreased urine output and dark colored urine; edema; itchy skin; and shortness of breath.

As high creatinine levels may indicate kidney problems and kidney damage, it is best to see your doctor for proper diagnosis and treatment.

In addition, you can try some home remedies and dietary tips to help manage the problem. Drinking plenty of water, for instance, is highly recommended when dealing with this problem.

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Also, there are some herbs that act as natural diuretics and thus help provide some relief. You can follow one or more of these herbal remedies daily for a few weeks or until your creatinine levels are reduced.

It is important to consult a healthcare professional before taking these herbs or their combinations because they may interfere with certain prescription drugs or may not be suitable for some cases. Some of these remedies may not be suitable for those with a history of kidney stones or other pre-existing conditions.

home remedies to reduce creatinine

Here the top 10 home remedies to reduce high creatinine levels.

1. Chamomile Tea

A study published in the Journal of Agriculture Food Chemicals found decreased creatinine levels in study participants who drank chamomile tea. Plus, this herb will work as a mild sedative and induce relaxation.

  1. Put two or three teaspoons of dried chamomile flowers in a cup of hot water.
  2. Let it steep for three to five minutes.
  3. Strain the tea and drink it.
  4. Drink a few cups of chamomile tea daily.

2. Stinging Nettle

Stinging nettle can help remove metabolic wastes and promote renal excretion due to its diuretic properties. Plus, it purifies the blood and improves immunity.

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  1. Add two to three teaspoons of dried nettle leaves to a cup of hot water.
  2. Let it steep for 10 minutes.
  3. Strain and drink it.
  4. Drink this nettle tea once or twice daily.

Note: This remedy can interfere with blood-thinning, high blood pressure, diuretic and diabetic medications. Consult your doctor before using this remedy.

3. Dandelion Root

Dandelion root tea also works as a natural diuretic to flush out toxins and lower creatinine levels. It also helps improve kidney function and relieve edema or swelling due to water retention.

  1. Put one tablespoon of dried dandelion root powder in a cup of hot water.
  2. Allow it to steep for about 10 minutes.
  3. Strain and drink it.
  4. Drink this tea two or three times daily for a few days or weeks.

Note: Dandelion may interact with diabetes and high blood pressure medications.

4. Cinnamon

Due to its diuretic properties, cinnamon is considered good for those suffering from high creatinine levels and kidney problems. It helps increase kidney output and promotes renal filtration ability. It also helps regulate blood sugar levels, thus preventing further renal damage.

Incorporate cinnamon in your diet by adding it to warm beverages, smoothies, baked goods, cereals and other foods.

Note:
Do not take this herb in excess or it may lead to liver and kidney damage. Though there is no established dosage still, the generally recommendation is one-half to one teaspoon of cinnamon a day.

5. Siberian Ginseng

Siberian ginseng containing eleutheroside compounds is mostly used as a health supplement for its energy-boosting properties. It is also an effective remedy to get rid of excess creatinine because it revitalizes the kidneys and promotes renal circulation. Plus, you’ll get its anti-fatigue and anti-stress benefits.

The general recommended dosage for this herb is 300 to 600 mg per day. For proper dosage and suitability for your condition, consult your doctor. It can also be taken with cinnamon.

Note:
Do not confuse Siberian ginseng with other types of ginseng, especially Asian ginseng which has an anti-diuretic effect. Seek your doctor’s advice before taking Siberian ginseng because it may interfere with many prescription drugs.

6. Astragalus

Astragalus is a traditional Chinese herbal medicine that helps slow the progression of chronic kidney disease. It works as a mild diuretic and helps improve creatinine levels. It contains a diuretic compound called asparagine that helps eliminate fluid through the kidneys. This herb also strengthens metabolism and digestion.

  1. Boil a handful of dried astragalus root slices in one quart of water for 30 minutes.
  2. Strain and drink the tea.
  3. Drink this daily between meals.

Note: Those who have autoimmune diseases should consult a doctor before taking this herb as it may stimulate the immune system.

Medic to Reduce High Creatinine Levels was last modified: May 5th, 2015 by Top10HomeRemedies
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39 thoughts on “Medic to Reduce High Creatinine Levels”

  1. Please mentioned words in common routine use for ex nettle leaves siberian ginseng danderlion root .we doesnt understand that meaning

      1. Pushpa, try cherries, all kinds for lowering uric acid. I suffered from Gout which is high uric levels, ate frozaen organic cherries and it went away in only a few days. IO was shocked and pleased. I always keep frozen cherries in my freezer just in case. then last week it started in the ball of my foot…I started with the cherries and it was gone the next morning. If you catch it quick it goes quickly. Best of luck!

  2. How much the cnnamon tea? And where i buy the store in the philippines? Co’z my wife is suffer a high level of creatinine.

  3. I think it’s a great and useful tips who are suffering must use and feed back the experience.

  4. Bitter gourd karela berry jamun Indian berry aanvla cinnamon darchini cucumber kheera excess water and less spices like chilly and salt. :-)please consult it with it dr

    1. One should not take more water in case their creatinine level is high.also in India I don’t think we get the things given here .only cinnamon we get .

  5. 1. Chammomile Tea – In Unani – It is called Gul-e-Babona
    2. Nettle Tea – Leaves known in Unani is – Bicho Booty
    3. Danedelion Root – it is known as – Kakaronda –
    4. Cinnamon —- It is known as in Unani – Dar Cheeni – Using in Curries.

    Contact to any Unani Medical store and ask for the medicine for the treatment, they will give you capsules and also Paste ( Majoun ) to use for Kidney treatment.

  6. Lots of great diet addition ideas. However, it seems that one thing leads to another. NO strenuous exercise when trying to lower the creantinine level ?? What? We are also told that 30 minutes of exercise at least 3x’s a week is important to one’s physical and mental well being. Now we hear that it increases our creantinine level?? This is confusing.

  7. My grandfather is suffering this problem. As per the latest reports,the level of creatinine in his blood is 2.36 m/g. In addition he is suffering from ooesophagus cancer. The doctors are saying that for futher treatment of cancer, CT scan is essential. And for CT scan creatinine level must be normal.So please consult a perfect solution for lowering the creatinine level.
    Thank you in Advance.

  8. I was diagnosed that my creatinine level is a little bit high. The doctor provide me a medicine for one week, I forgot the name of that medicine. I want a natural way for medication of this creatinine.
    Since I took a medicine for my blood pressure as a maintenance.

  9. Hi My father has Creatine 5.5 and is in the hospital…we are giving him very little water to drink…is there any other item which we can give him to eat to reduce the level ?

  10. C kinase levels are high . I know that strenuous exercise with no rest is the cause following ECP therapy non stop for a month
    Each sitting is for one hour
    These guys advertise as preventive heart health
    I am 66 and despite being a doctor I got carried away and spent more than one lakh ruppees only to get my muscles overworked and levels of creatine and C kinase enzyme went up
    I went for preventive therapy but became a patient who has muscles aching all the time because muscles get overworked due to ECP
    I don’t take high protein or high fat diet being a heart patient for past 20 years
    I don’t take statins or ACE inhibitor
    I sleep well
    Luckily my mind hasn’t given up and I am practicing medicine for 8 hours in a day
    Being bonded with patients reduces my stress levels
    I stay indoors to avoid pollution of Delhi
    I don’t believe in taking too many herbal supplements
    Only simple diet
    Please warn others about excess of ECP therapy

  11. My createnine level fluctuates between 3.2 to 3.9 mg/dL. I have prostate cancer and TSH level of 8. I am completing 77 years.
    Suggest me any thing good for me.

  12. My father has creatinine of 11.65 mg/dl. How to reduce high level of creatinine. I hope you can help us.

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