Chanca Piedra means "stone breaker" throught South America and the Amazon, this refers to it's traditional uses for kidney stonesCHANCA PIEDRA EXTRACT

This high quality product is a highly concentrated extract of chanca piedra (Phyllanthus niruri).

Its Peruvian name, chanca piedra, means “stone breaker” throughout South America and the Amazon.

Raintree’s chanca piedra concentrated extract uses new and proprietary extraction methods to concentrate and preserve the active ingredients found in this rainforest plant. Chanca Piedra is also available from Raintree in a easy to take capsules.

Price: £25.95 – 60 mil / 2fl oz [wp_eStore_add_to_cart id=74]


Concentration methods provide the equivalent of 500 milligrams of herb per milliliter of extract. Made with vegetable glycerine and purified water, it contains no alcohol.

When used for the treatment of ‘Stones’, Raintree Health would strongly recommend that Chanca Piedra be taken with and followed up with the appropiate organ support formula, such as, Gallbladder Support Kidney Support or Liver Support

For more complete information on this unique rainforest plant, please see plant database file on chanca piedra. A free Technical Data Report (normally sells for $20.00!) is available for chanca piedra.

Read more about Chanca Piedra with this article from the Health Science Institute:

Ingredients: 100% pure chanca piedra whole herb (Phyllanthus niruri) extracted in distilled water and 40% vegetable glycerine.

Suggested Use: Take 60 drops 2 or more times daily or as directed by a health care professional.

Contraindications: None reported.

Drug Interactions: None reported; however, it might enhance the effect of antihypertensive, diabetic, and diuretic drugs.

Other Observations:

Chanca piedra has been documented to reduce blood pressure in animal studies. Individuals with low blood pressure should be monitored for this possible effect.

Chanca piedra has been documented with female antifertility effects in one mouse study. The use of the plant is probably contraindicated in women seeking pregnancy.

This plant has demonstrated hypoglycemic activity in animal studies. Individuals with hypoglycemia should be monitored more closely for this possible effect.

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