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Renalayu powder is a perfect combination of herbo-mineral regime. It is based on scientific concept for all kinds of urinary problems. It is improve overall therapeutic activity with safety in urinary disorders. Renalayu powder is an experimented, documented and clinically proven. It is very useful in severe chronic diseases of kidney.

  • No need of dialysis in severe condition
  • No risk of electrolyte imbalance
  • Protect the kidney and body from nephrotoxic agents
  • No need of any kind of surgery in severe condition
  • Very safe for long term usages

How it Works

Renalayu powder affects on whole system of urine process. It affects on pressure of glomerulus. So it helps to make urine pass easily. It’s also helps to make rennin enzymes to control blood pressure. Renalayu powder controls on hypothalamus to make good G.F.R. It easily reduces the acute nephritis condition. Renalayu powder contains anti inflammatory, anti infective and anti bacterial contains to defense against any kind of infections. It’s reduces body swelling in natural way. It has lots of diuretic agents. So it improves burning micturition and haematuria.


  • Urinary tract infection
  • Act as a diuretic
  • Burning micturition
  • Glomerulonephritis
  • Oedema and general swelling
  • Crystalluria
  • Poor renal function
  • Other urinary function


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