In this article we will look at three popular options of home remedies for UTI in women. Very often, it can be simple, inexpensive solutions which work and the following grocery cure remedies have been highly rated by women in particular.
Of course, the effectiveness of singular options can depend on various factors, including the severity of your condition and how long the infection has had to take hold within your body. If your pain and overall condition is quite mild, then these are worth trying before you invest in the UTI Report, which is guaranteed to work, but does require a day of effort! (Well worth it in my opinion, as a previous sufferer!)
Home Remedies For UTI In Women
These can be tried before moving on to the Step By Step 12 Hour Action Plan.
Apple Cider Vinegar Remedy
This is an item you might already have in your kitchen cupboard but if not, don’t worry as it is available from most grocery stores and is inexpensive to buy. You should ensure that you use an organic product.
If the condition is mild, start by mixing a couple of tablespoons of vinegar in 16oz of water and sip over the course of the day. If your symptoms slip over to the following day, then discontinue use. If you are starting from a point of a more severe condition, then mix 2 tablespoons in 8oz water 3 times a day and drink. You can also add apple cider vinegar to your bath as this can help to soothe and neutralize the burning sensation.
Apple cider vinegar is a useful UTI treatment as it can help to normalize the pH levels within the urinary tract, an imbalance of which causes the pain and symptoms associated with this condition. Not only that, but it can actively help to destroy the bacteria responsible.
Baking Soda Cure
Another one of the most popular home remedies for UTI in women is simple baking soda. You can add half a tablespoon (for severe pain) or half a teaspoon (mild pain) to 8oz of water and drink this 1-3 times daily. If your symptoms are still present after 2 days, then discontinue treatment. This should not be used if you suffer from high blood pressure unless you have first spoken to your doctor or nurse.
Baking soda can help by neutralizing the acidity of the urine, helping to relieve pain.
Parsley Tea Treatment
Parsley is well known for its antibacterial properties and in terms of being used as a remedy for urinary tract infections, it can flush out bacteria within the bladder and urinary tract. It has a double-effect too as it can help to boost the immune system which, in turn, promotes natural healing.
To use parsley and turn it into a tea, you need to boil 4 cups of water and then remove from the heat. Add 4 heaped teaspoons of fresh, very finely chopped parsley which includes the stems and washed roots. Steep the parsley in the tea for around 20 minutes and then strain off the liquid and sip it over the course of the day. You can reheat the tea if you prefer it warm, but do not boil it.
This UTI treatment can take a few days to work and so is best for mild “twinge” type conditions rather than a painful attack. Most women find that their symptoms are vastly reduced by the third day.
Parsley works as it contains an oil which has antiseptic properties for the urinary tract. It is also high in certain nutrients, especially Vitamin C, which help to boost the immune system.
Home remedies for UTI in women can be extremely effective if used correctly and are often a much better option than antibiotics which do not provide a long term solution if you are subject to repeated attacks.
Antibiotics can kill off the harmful bacteria in the urinary tract but by their very nature, will also eliminate the beneficial bacterial which maintains the overall health of the urinary tract, thus leaving your system open to further attacks in the future.
Good natural home remedies for UTI in women work by both killing off the harmful bacteria but also strengthening the immune system, ensuring that the body is well-equipped to ward off any future potential outbreaks.
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