Urinary Tract Infection Relief

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Drinking herbal teas is a time tested method of combating bladder and urinary tract infections. Increasing the amount of liquid you are taking in helps to increase the amount of urine and helps flush out harmful bacteria. Drink herbal teas in place of soft drinks to cut down on the sugars that feed bacteria infections. Adding a pinch of baking soda to these herbal teas will help decrease the burning sensation that signals a bladder infection.

Extracts of corn silk are potent diuretics for the water retention and tissue swelling that accompany cystistis and urinary tract infections. Over-the-counter premenstrual diuretics contain buchu as an active ingredient. The diosphenol in buchu helps kill bacteria, and the diuretic action helps to flush out the urinary tract. Cleavers is a reliable diuretic used to help clean gravel and urinary stones and to treat urinary infections. Butchers Broom is known for it's cleansing and diuretic properties, which makes it useful for treating bladder infections. According to M. Grieve, broom was recommended by Dioscorides and other ancient physicians as a diuretic in dropsy,edema, urinary obstructions and nephritic cases. Lovage is an old English garden herb whose use dates from the fourteenth century. Lovage's properties are similar to closely related plants like celery and parsely and like them is as effective diuretic for treatment of urinary tract inflammations, according to Commission E reports. Both parsley leaf and root can be used in teas as a diuretic to rid the body of excess water.

Ingredients: Buchu * Butchers Broom * Corn Silk * Cleavers * Couch grass * Damania * Dandelion Root * Elm, Slippery * Goldenrod * Horseradish root * Horsetail * Marsh Mallow Root * Oregon Grape Root * Parsley * St. Johns wort * House Blend

 

Most teas can be re-steeped multiple times within a few hours of the initial infusion. The science of tea tasting is to do what tastes right. Learn and gauge according to your taste buds. Below is a guideline to get you on the right track. Investing in a level hot water dispenser would be a great tool for your journey into tea.

TEA TYPE

WATER TEMP

STEEP TIME

WHITE

175-185

1-3 MINUTES

CHINESE GREEN

185

3 MINUTES

JAPANESE GREEN

180

2-3 MINUTES

BLACK

206

3-5 MINUTES

DARJEELING

185

3 MINUTES

OOLONG (ROLLED & LONG LEAF)

185-206

3-5 MINUTES

HERBAL INFUSION/TISANE

206

5-7 MINUTES

RAW PU-ERH

195

FIRST SOAK 30 SECONDS THEN FLUSH. STEEP 3-5 MINUTES

HALF BAKED & FULL BAKED PU-ERH

206

FIRST SOAK 30 SECONDS THEN FLUSH. STEEP 3-5 MINUTES

 

 

 

 

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. 


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