Home Remedies for Urinary Tract Infections

Urinary tract infection or UTIs are infections in the urinary system that affects kidneys, bladder, urethra and ureters. Most infections take part in the lower urinary tract, bladder and the urethra. Whilst both women and men get UTIs, women are more susceptible to them.

A UTI takes place when the bladder and its exit tubed become infected by bacteria. Common causes are sexual intercourse, pregnancy, waiting too long to urinate, diabetes and menopause. Some of the symptoms include a change in urine color, frequent urge to urinate, burning sensation while urinating, nausea, abdominal pain, fever, passing small quantities of urine and vomiting.

Immediate treatment is necessary when you notice the above symptoms so that the infection does not cause extreme damage to the kidneys. In addition to the conventional medicine, many home remedies can help treat and prevent UTIs.
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Home Remedies for UTIs

The first remedy:

Drink several glasses of cranberry juice daily.

The second remedy:

Parsley tea: prepare a handful of parsley leaves and cut them into small pieces, then boil the parsley in 2 liters of water for five minutes, and then lift the pot from the fire and cover it for 15 minutes, then filter the tea and drink from it every 3 hours.

The third remedy:

Drink two cups of linseed tea daily, soak a large tablespoon of flax seeds in a cup of boiled water for 10 minutes.

The fourth remedy:

Boil the roots of a large grain of leek in a glass of water, lift it from the fire when boiled and leave it for 15 minutes, drink this soaked tea three times a day.

The fifth remedy:

Put two drops of juniper essential oil on a piece of sugar, and eat it once at noon and again in the evening.

Note:

  • Drink copious amounts of water a day in the range of 8 to 10 glasses of water, to help expel the bacteria in the urine.

That's it,
Do you know that UTIs can cause renal colic if ignored?

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