Urinary Tract Infection

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Urinary Tract Infection ~ Ailments & Remedies

These types of infections (UTIs) are the second most common reason people visit their doctors each year.

Men get UTIs, but they're much more common in women.

In fact, more than eight million women head to their doctor for treatments annually.

And 20 percent of these women will get a second UTI.


Unsweetened cranberry juice.

Why it works:

Cranberry juice has natural antibiotic properties.

Drinking it makes your tract an unfriendly place for troublesome bacteria.

How to use it:

Drink at least 16 oz. per day until your symptoms are gone.

You can also drink cranberry tea.

What to watch out for:

The bacteria that causes these specific infections thrive on sugar.

Only drink unsweetened cranberry juice, available at your local health food store.

The juice itself is extremely tart and if you can't tolerate the taste, look for a juice sweetened with apple or grape concentrate.

Or sweeten it yourself with honey, which also has antibacterial properties.

Other remedies to consider:



Why it works:

Goldenseal is known for its ability to battle an array of microbial infections.

How to use it:

You can take it in capsule, tincture or powdered form.

Follow the dosage directions on your particular package.

Or speak to a knowledgeable holistic health practitioner.

What to watch out for:

Goldenseal is on the United Plant Savers At-Risk list, so only buy a brand that has been organically grown.

If you have kidney disease, glaucoma, high blood pressure, heart disease or diabetes, you should avoid goldenseal.


Baking Soda

Why it works:

The soda neutralizes the acidity in your urine, speeding along your recovery.

How to use it:

Try adding 1 teaspoon baking soda to a glass of water as it may help ease your infection.



Why they work:

Blueberries and cranberries are from the same plant family and seem to have the same bacteria-inhibiting properties.

How to use them:

As you're not likely to find a large jug of blueberry juice at your local store.

Try sprinkling a handful of these flavorful, good-for-you berries, over your morning cereal.



Why it works:

Bromelain is an enzyme found in pineapples.

And, in one particular study.

People with a urinary tract infections who were given bromelain.

Along with their usual round of antibiotics got rid of their infection within days.

How to use:

Eating a cup of pineapple not only tastes good.

But may just help rid you of your urinary tract infection.

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