How to Treat Urinary Tract Infection Naturally

Bacterial infections usually require antibiotic therapy, which should never be taken “on your own”, instead of doing that, consult a doctor. Using herbs can help you maintain a healthy urinary tract.

Extremely common in women, elderly and infants, urinary infections should be treated in the beginning, and if you use natural remedies you can never be wrong.

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Healthy urinary tract filters blood, removes metabolic waste and maintains ideal balance of electrolytes in the body. Problems that may occur in this system are kidney stones, cystitis, kidney infections, urinary infections, incontinence and many others.

Urinary tract infection symptoms:

Frequent urination, burning sensation during urination, blood in urine, ejecting small amounts of urine even though you frequently urinate, pain in the pelvis in women and rectal pain in men.

Are there natural remedies for this problem?

Bacterial infections usually require antibiotic therapy, which should never be taken “on your own”, instead of doing that, consult a doctor. Using herbs can help you maintain a healthy urinary tract.

We will now present to you several folk medical prescriptions.

Parsley

Parsley tea is excellent for cleaning the body in general and for ejecting excess fluid. This tea is also an excellent remedy for urinary infections.

Method of preparation: Put a teaspoon or two of dried parsley leaves (it is even better if you have fresh parsley or parsley root) and put them into a bowl of boiling water. Leave the mixture to stand still for ten minutes. Strain and drink the tea while it is hot / warm.

Three cups a day a just the enough amount of parsley tea you need in order to treat urinary tract infections. Make sure you consume this tea after meals.

Uva ursi tea

Uva ursi is a plant which is used to treating urinary tract infections. The uva ursi’s green leaves have antibacterial properties and destroy viruses.

Method of preparation: Pour 250 milliliters of boiling water over one teaspoon of dried uva ursi leaves. Let the mixture stand still for 15 minutes. After that, strain it and drink it. Remember not to add sugar to this tea. Consume freshly prepared uva ursi tea three times a day.

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