Treating Urinary Tract Infection (UTI) through Homeopathy Remedies

by Francine Kanter Classical Homeopathy by Francine Kanter

If your urine color is red, cloudy or dark, urinary tract infection may be the reason behind it. UTI is an infection that is caused by microbes and it affects your bladder, kidneys, urethras and other parts of the urinary system. This problem is found in women more than men. You should take it seriously as a minor infection can turn into a serious kidney and blood infection issue.

When it comes to treating urinary tract infection, homeopathy remedies are the options to choose. The remedies are safe, effective and they can help you get rid of this problem completely. 

Here are many remedies of homeopathy available for treating UTIs.

Cantharis Vesicatoria and Apis Mellifica- They are perfect medicines of homeopathy for urinary tract infection treatment. If you are feeling intense burning before, during or after urination, Cantharis Vesicatoria and Apis Mellifica will be most effective.  

Nitric Acid- If you experience cloudy or dark urine, nitric acid is one of the most effective remedies for treating your issue.  This medicine is perfect for offensive urine and burning during urination.

Petroselinum Sativum- For urinary tract infection with a persistent urge to pass urine, Petroselinum Sativum is the most appropriate prescription. It is also a helpful medicine if you experience burning and tingling pain in urethra during urination. 

If you have symptoms such as the burning urethra, pain, itching, and cloudy urine, the above-mentioned homeopathy remedies are the best prescriptions for you. Also, you can try cholesterol-lowering medicine in homeopathy if you have high cholesterol level.  



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