(VIDEO) Dissolving Kidney Stones Without A Doctor—Marjory Wildcraft Interviews Renee Ainly

Renee’s health was rapidly declining and the medical system seemed to make it worse. She was battling a rare kidney disease and was on a half a dozen medications for various other ailments—but, she finally decided to take matters into her own hands!

And today, she is happy to report that she is healthier than ever before—but, what’s her secret?

Renee discovered the incredible healing power of using food as medicine.

Turns out your backyard garden may be less about survival and economic collapse and more about your need to get healthy! The really great part of Renee’s story is that the journey to total health can be incredibly yummy!

Watch the video to find out how Renee lost 60 pounds and got off the medications. Plus, she talks about the ONE THING that helped her dissolve kidney stones!

You can learn more about Renee at her website, http://www.originallivingcoconut.com.

(This updated article was originally published on May 8, 2013.)

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  • Sara Fernandez says:

    You failed to explain what ingredient in the coconut cream breaks down the kidney stone? Now-a-days there are many people selling many products that are supposed to generate miracle-like results. I am very familiar with coconut oil and only cook wth Garden of Life organic coconut oil. I buy and use Native Forest unsweetened organic coconut milk by the case. I have read the book by Bruce Fife entitled “The Coconut Oil Miracle”. However, this is the first I have heard of coconut cream dissolving kidney stones. Please explain.

    1. Marjory Wildcraft says:

      First let me say that Renee does a lot more than simply coconut creme – she has a very clean diet of whole foods. That is the number one thing to understand. You can’t eat junk and expect coconut creme to cure you. Why not contact Renee herself and ask her? I was just so tickled that she found this amazˆng hting and it tastes so wonderful… LOL.

  • Marie says:


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    To your health and long life! Thank you for all the hard work and info you have shared with us to increase our chances of survival.

    1. Marjory Wildcraft says:

      Thanks for your kind words.
      Looks like some interesting products.

  • Gary Bass says:

    Hi Renee,
    I’m one of those folks who grow kidney stones like crazy but also have osteoporosis. Go figure, huh? Would the coconut cream have an adverse effect on my bones?

    1. Marjory Wildcraft says:

      Hi Gary,

      Get in touch with Renee. She is really wonderful and would be glad to help. Of course, she is not a doctor… LOL. I suppose I have to say that. You know, the AMA has so much power.

      But seriously, talk with Renee.

    2. Dr. Weis says:

      Hi Gary,

      Kidney stones and osteoporosis, in fact, go hand-in-hand. They are all too common in countries that eat a rich, western, animal-based diet. Meat, fish, dairy and eggs all increase the acidity of our blood. Our blood must remain a neutral pH of 7.4. The body has well-tuned mechanisms to maintain blood pH. If you consume most of your calories from animal-based foods, and a smaller amount from plant-based, alkaline-forming foods, then your body will be in a state of metabolic acidosis. The body’s response is to leach calcium from your bones. You literally urinate your bones away. Of course all that calcium and animal protein being filtered through your kidneys develops stones. That’s why your urologist probably wants to put you on a low-protein diet, in addition to eliminating acid-forming foods/beverages (soda, for example). You can stop the formation of stones by adopting a whole-food, plant-based diet. It will also reverse the progression of osteoporosis, lower blood pressure, lower serum cholesterol, lose excess weight. You must address the causation of the disease, not treat the symptoms. Best of luck 🙂

    3. R W Lincoln says:

      Hi Gary,
      There is a really great book available at Amazon books by the title, The PH Miracle, that gives the full explanation of what Dr Weis was saying. It even lays out a whole diet plan to help get you started. That book and the DVD documentary, Forks Over Knives, will completely change how you look at food.
      Have a great day,
      R W Lincoln

      1. Marjory Wildcraft says:

        Thanks for that reference.

  • Jim davis says:

    Thanks to Margory and Renee for this information. To better health for us all..

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  • Virginia Hutchens says:

    Great information!

  • Deb Padilla says:

    Please change the above info to Renee’s website http://www.originallivingcoconut.com for those that didn’t watch the video.
    Thanks and thanks for the video!

  • amt2100 says:

    A couple comments: Zero info on what is in the coconut cream that makes it different than coconut oil that would have ANY effect on stones? Nothing at all? That’s just weird.
    But I thought I’d like to try the product anyway, just for the enjoyment of “raw coconut cream”.
    Uh-oh, what do we have here? $29.95 for SHIPPING a 16 oz. jar UPS Ground????????
    I checked. It only costs $12.
    You do a disservice to all your customers and followers by not vetting these people that you represent.

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