Renavive Review

Kidney stones have become a big problem in recent times, and they might be prevalent due to changes in the diet or low water intake. Whatever the cause, many different companies have been looking for the cure and have been marketing their products as the end to kidney stones. One of these is Renavive, which comes in capsule form. But is Renavive safe, and does it work?


Renavive is an advertised doctor-prescribed and expert-endorsed natural therapy to rid the body of kidney stones. It comes in capsule form, and is advertised as being produced in an FDA-accredited and inspected warehouse. It is also a vegan formula, which allows it to be used by people who have many different dietary restrictions.

What It Does?

Renavive works in a 5-step process to remove kidney stones. It also works against the different kinds of kidney stones that might build up in the body, whether they are made of calcium oxalate, uric acid, struvite, or cystine. Renavive eases the pain and discomfort that kidney stones bring. It then starts working on the surface of the kidney stones, which will help the kidney stones eventually dissolve.

Third, Renavive helps clean up the kidneys. This cleanse process allows the body to finally pass the kidney stones. Renavive also contains ingredients that help keep the urinary tract free from contaminants and infections. Finally, Renavive helps prevent the formation of more kidney stones in the future.

Active Ingredients

Renavive has a proprietary herbal mixture, with components that work together to help purge the body of kidney stones. Renavive contains Chanca Piedra and Didymocarpus pedicellata, which are used to remove kidney stones. Renavive has Lawsonia inermis and Raphanus sativus, which help keep out bacterial infections from the kidneys and urinary areas. It also contains Tribulus terrestris, parsley seed extract, celery seed extract, and asphaltum, which help disintegrate and pass the kidney stones.

Renavive also has Ficus racemosa, which soothes the pain brought about by the stones. It has Boerhavia diffusa and Crateva nurvala, which cleanses the kidneys and eases swelling. It has Hemidesmus indicus and marshmallow root, which help stones to be flushed out. Finally, Renavive has Bergenia ligulata and Achyranthes aspera, which help dissolve stones and prevent the formation of new ones.


Renavive is manufactured by Global Quality Health, which is based in Yorktown Heights, New York, USA. Renavive has a facebook page and active Twitter account.


Renavive costs $49 for 60 capsules. This is enough for a month of Renavive, which is dosed at 2 capsules a day. It has a 90-day money-back guarantee. Renavive is available from Amazon. There is free shipping across the United States, as well as discounts for bulk orders.

Side Effects

Side effects of Renavive might include stomach pains, although this might be due to the kidney stones and not the pill. Doctors do not recommend Renavive to people with kidney damage or renal failure.


Reviews of Renavive have been positive, but buyers have been less than enthusiastic because of the price. Reviewers claim that the pill does help, and that they were able to pass kidney stones. Some reviewers claimed that they had stomachaches, but felt that the side effect was only annoyance and was minor compared with the positive things they experienced with Renavive. There are very few reviewers who claim that the product does not work at all.


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