Kidney Detox Instructions

Kidney Detox: Products Needed

Enjoy the following steps to guide you through the kidney detox and safely and effectively eliminate waste in the kidney and gallbladder. The most important reason for doing a kidney cleanse in the full body detox is because it softens gallstones, easing the passage of stones.  This is also why you always want to do the kidney detox before the liver detox!

Below are products needed, plus check out what other's experienced on the kidney cleanse and their frequently asked questions!

Products Needed

Kidney Gallbladder Flush

Baseline Nutritionals® now carries a version of this formula under the name KGP Flush. Or, if you would like to save, you can purchase the entire Liver Detox Kit with KGP Flush included!

Important Note:

If using with the liver detox, make sure you do the kidney detox within 30 days before Phase III: the 5-day Liver/Gallbladder Flush & Blood Cleanse.

More about the kidney formula:

KGP Flush® provides nutritional support for people suffering from reduced function in their kidneys, gallbladders, liver, or pancreas. It also provides support for people suffering from urinary tract problems and kidney problems in general and helps relieve the symptoms of kidney and gallstones.  Find out more about the amazing ingredients in this formula and how they work:


Note: If using in preparation for the liver detox, make sure you use within 30 days of starting the detox so the gallstones don't get a chance to reharden before flushing.

Warning: The diuretic effects of this formula may enhance the toxic effects of certain medications, such as digoxin (used to treat congestive heart failure), phenytoin (for seizures), anticoagulants, and others. For this reason, people taking prescription medications should not use this formula without first consulting a health care provider. Also, anyone with severe kidney problems should not use this formula without first consulting their physician.


    Submitted by billie gonzalez on
    November 9, 2017 - 1:35am

    I have CKD 3-4, GFR 22-24%, creatinine 2.3. No pain, no swelling, no symptoms except UTI's and leg cramps at night.
    My diet is plant based, mostly raw: freshly-made raw juices, smoothies, salads, raw green blender soups. I am diabetic 2, current blood sugar is 125, A1C was 5.4 six months ago.
    My nephrologist only monitors me with lab tests. He does not know about herbs, does not approve of them.
    I would like to know if I should try your detox formula.

    Submitted by Alison on
    January 3, 2018 - 4:35am

    Hi, thank you for a great resource. I was wondering, how long after the colon cleanse is it okay to proceed to the kidney cleanse? I was thinking of allowing 1-2 weeks from completing the colon cleanse to give my body some recuperation time and not overdo things. Is that about right? Many thanks.

    Submitted by BaselineFoundation on
    January 4, 2018 - 12:48pm

    You can start the next day, no delay necessary. But if you want to wait, that is fine too, just be sure to do the kidney and liver detoxes closer together.

    Submitted by Erika on
    July 26, 2018 - 6:33pm
    Forbes Road,Pennsylvania

    I have a fatty liver and polyps on my gallbladder, would this be ok to use or would you suggest something else?

    Submitted by BaselineFoundation on
    July 30, 2018 - 1:28pm

    For obvious legal reasons, we can not diagnose or prescribe.  That said, we have had others use this successfully, but be sure to work with your doctor.

    Submitted by joanne on
    October 24, 2018 - 5:32am
    amherst ,New Hampshire

    would this work in dogs

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