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A kidney stone is a hard, crystalline mineral material formed within the kidney or urinary tract. Kidney stones are common cause of blood in the urine (hematuria) and often severe pain in the abdomen, flank, or groin. Kidney stones are sometimes called renal calcul.

Causes:

  • Dehydration
  • Diet (too much oxalate, too much protein, or rarely too much calcium)
  • Atkins diet
  • Inflammatory bowel disease
  • Gout
  • Urinary tract infections
  • Vitamin C (over 2 grams per day)
  • Calcium supplements if taken without food or if used excessively

Symptoms:

  • Nausea, vomiting
  • Painful urination
  • Urinary frequency or urgency is increased (persistent urge to urinate)
  • Blood in the urine
  • Rarely, a patient reports positional urinary retention (obstruction precipitated by standing, relieved by recumbency), which is due to the ball-valve effect of a large stone located at the bladder outlet.
  • Fever with chills

Diagnosis:

  • The doctor will perform a physical exam. This includes pressing against the abdomen for tender locations that might indicate the presence of the stone. X-Rays. A standard x-ray of the kidneys, ureters, and bladder may be a good first step for identifying stones, since many are visible on x-rays. Calcium stones can be identified on x-rays by their white color. Cystine crystals can also show up on x-rays.

Ingredients:

  1. Indian spinach.
  2. Devil’s thorn.
  3. Milk.

Natural Remedies:

  • Spinach is one of the top 10 healthy vegetables that you can eat. This wonder green leafy vegetable can be eaten in many different ways but to enjoy its maximum nutritional value, it should be consumed fresh (juice), steamed, or quickly boiled. Apart from being a rich source of many vitamins like A, B, C, E and K, spinach is also rich in many essential minerals like manganese, magnesium, iron, calcium and potassium. Additionally it is known to be a good source of omega-3 fatty acids, niacin and selenium.
  • Gokharu (Tribulus terrestris) plant contains alkaloids, resins, tannins, sugars, sterols, essential oil, peroxidase, diastase and glucoside.

Take some devil’s thorn; soak into Indian spinach leaves juice. Boil with milk. Dry it. Make powder it. Then eat 2mg of this powder twice a day and continuously 20 days.

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Dysuria is the medical term for pain or discomfort when urinating. Often described as a burning sensation, dysuria most commonly is caused by bacterial infections of the urinary tract.

Causes:

  • Side effect of medication: Diuretics and other medications can increase urinary frequency.
  • Age-related changes: Weakening of the muscles of the bladder, urethra and pelvic floor many lower the amount of the urine the bladder can store as well as the ability to hold or properly eliminate urine.
  • Prostate problems: For men, an enlarged or infected prostate can lead to urgency and frequent urination, especially at night.
  • Radiation treatment: Treating cancers near the bladder (rectum or pubic bone cancers) may damage the bladder wall. The urgency or frequency that may result usually diminishes within a few weeks to a year.
  • Bladder problems: Frequent or urgent urination can be an early sign of bladder cancer. Bladder stones or bladder inflammation also can cause frequent or painful urination.
  • Diabetes: When excess blood sugar is excreted into urine, it draws water from the body’s tissues, increasing the need to urinate.
  • Kidney disease: Diseases that cause kidney decline may affect the kidneys’ ability to concentrate urine, increasing the amount of urine produced.

Symptoms:

  • Lower urinary tract infection (cystitis) — Frequent urination, an intense urge to urinate, loss of bladder control, pain in the lower front portion of the abdomen (near the bladder), cloudy urine that may have a strong odor, bloody urine
  • Upper urinary tract infection (pyelonephritis) — Pain in the upper back, high fever with shaking chills, nausea and vomiting, cloudy urine, frequent urination, an intense urge to urinate
  • Urethritis — A discharge from the urethra, redness around the opening of the urethra, frequent urination, vaginal discharge. Partners of people with urethritis that comes from a sexually transmitted disease often will not have any symptoms.
  • Vaginitis — Pain, soreness or itching in the vagina, an abnormal or foul-smelling vaginal discharge or odor, pain or discomfort during sexual intercourse

Diagnosis:

  • Drink lot of water, Take healthy food, Avoid smoking/Alcohol
  • Some problems may require the attention of a urologist, a doctor who specializes in treating problems of the urinary system.
  • If your doctor thinks you have a simple bladder infection, he or she usually can confirm this with a urine test in the doctor’s office.
  • To diagnose urethritis and vaginitis, a swab of the infected area may need to be taken and sent for testing.

Ingredients:

  1. Indian spinach leaves.
  2. Barley.
  3. Cumin.

Natural Remedies:

  • Spinach is one of the top 10 healthy vegetables that you can eat. This wonder green leafy vegetable can be eaten in many different ways but to enjoy its maximum nutritional value, it should be consumed fresh (juice), steamed, or quickly boiled. Apart from being a rich source of many vitamins like A, B, C, E and K, spinach is also rich in many essential minerals like manganese, magnesium, iron, calcium and potassium. Additionally it is known to be a good source of omega-3 fatty acids, niacin and selenium.
  • Barley grains are a valuable source of the vitamins, minerals and fiber that are an essential part of keeping the immune system healthy.
  • Cumin is a seed that has been used since antiquity. Its health benefits and medicinal uses were well known even then. Recent studies have revealed that cumin seeds might also have anti-carcinogenic properties. In laboratory tests, this powerful little seed was shown to reduce the risk of stomach and liver tumors in animals.

Take same quantity of barley and cumin; soak into Indian spinach leaves juice. After some times, dry and powder it. Then boil with water and drink it.

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Dysuria is the medical term for pain or discomfort when urinating. Often described as a burning sensation, dysuria most commonly is caused by bacterial infections of the urinary tract.

Causes:

  • Side effect of medication: Diuretics and other medications can increase urinary frequency.
  • Age-related changes: Weakening of the muscles of the bladder, urethra and pelvic floor many lower the amount of the urine the bladder can store as well as the ability to hold or properly eliminate urine.
  • Prostate problems: For men, an enlarged or infected prostate can lead to urgency and frequent urination, especially at night.
  • Radiation treatment: Treating cancers near the bladder (rectum or pubic bone cancers) may damage the bladder wall. The urgency or frequency that may result usually diminishes within a few weeks to a year.
  • Bladder problems: Frequent or urgent urination can be an early sign of bladder cancer. Bladder stones or bladder inflammation also can cause frequent or painful urination.
  • Diabetes: When excess blood sugar is excreted into urine, it draws water from the body’s tissues, increasing the need to urinate.
  • Kidney disease: Diseases that cause kidney decline may affect the kidneys’ ability to concentrate urine, increasing the amount of urine produced.

Symptoms:

  • Lower urinary tract infection (cystitis) — Frequent urination, an intense urge to urinate, loss of bladder control, pain in the lower front portion of the abdomen (near the bladder), cloudy urine that may have a strong odor, bloody urine
  • Upper urinary tract infection (pyelonephritis) — Pain in the upper back, high fever with shaking chills, nausea and vomiting, cloudy urine, frequent urination, an intense urge to urinate
  • Urethritis — A discharge from the urethra, redness around the opening of the urethra, frequent urination, vaginal discharge. Partners of people with urethritis that comes from a sexually transmitted disease often will not have any symptoms.
  • Vaginitis — Pain, soreness or itching in the vagina, an abnormal or foul-smelling vaginal discharge or odor, pain or discomfort during sexual intercourse

Diagnosis:

  • Drink lot of water
  • Take healthy food
  • Avoid smoking/Alcohol
  • Some problems may require the attention of a urologist, a doctor who specializes in treating problems of the urinary system.
  • If your doctor thinks you have a simple bladder infection, he or she usually can confirm this with a urine test in the doctor’s office.
  • To diagnose urethritis and vaginitis, a swab of the infected area may need to be taken and sent for testing.

Ingredients:

  1. Asian Palmyra palm tree flowers.

Natural Remedies:

 

  • Antiinflammatory: Evaluation of anti-inflammatory activity of ethanolic extract of Borassus flabellifer L. male flowers (inflorescences) in experimental animals: Extract showed dose-dependent antiinflammatory activity and supports it folkloric use as an antiinflammatory agent.
  • Diabetes: New Spirostane-Type Steroid Saponins with Antidiabetogenic Activity from Borassus flabellifer: Methanolic extract studied yielded 6 new steroid saponins: borassosides A-F. Results showed inhibition of increase of serum glucose in sucrose-loaded rats.
  • Neurotoxic Effect: Study on the neurotoxic effect of palmyrah shoot flour on Wistar rats showed a neurotoxic effect that appears to be a tissue non-specific damage reflected at a subclinical level. Neurotoxic effect was eliminated by heating detoxicification. The nutritional status of the diet influenced the manifestation of the toxic effect.

Take some Asian Palmyra palm tree flowers. Burn it and make powder it. Then take 1 spoon of this powder and 1 spoon of honey. Mix it. Then eat 3 times per a day.

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Dysuria is the medical term for pain or discomfort when urinating. Often described as a burning sensation, dysuria most commonly is caused by bacterial infections of the urinary tract.

Causes:

  • Side effect of medication: Diuretics and other medications can increase urinary frequency.
  • Age-related changes: Weakening of the muscles of the bladder, urethra and pelvic floor many lower the amount of the urine the bladder can store as well as the ability to hold or properly eliminate urine.
  • Prostate problems: For men, an enlarged or infected prostate can lead to urgency and frequent urination, especially at night.
  • Radiation treatment: Treating cancers near the bladder (rectum or pubic bone cancers) may damage the bladder wall. The urgency or frequency that may result usually diminishes within a few weeks to a year.
  • Bladder problems: Frequent or urgent urination can be an early sign of bladder cancer. Bladder stones or bladder inflammation also can cause frequent or painful urination.
  • Diabetes: When excess blood sugar is excreted into urine, it draws water from the body’s tissues, increasing the need to urinate.
  • Kidney disease: Diseases that cause kidney decline may affect the kidneys’ ability to concentrate urine, increasing the amount of urine produced.

Symptoms:

  • Lower urinary tract infection (cystitis) — Frequent urination, an intense urge to urinate, loss of bladder control, pain in the lower front portion of the abdomen (near the bladder), cloudy urine that may have a strong odor, bloody urine
  • Upper urinary tract infection (pyelonephritis) — Pain in the upper back, high fever with shaking chills, nausea and vomiting, cloudy urine, frequent urination, an intense urge to urinate
  • Urethritis — A discharge from the urethra, redness around the opening of the urethra, frequent urination, vaginal discharge. Partners of people with urethritis that comes from a sexually transmitted disease often will not have any symptoms.
  • Vaginitis — Pain, soreness or itching in the vagina, an abnormal or foul-smelling vaginal discharge or odor, pain or discomfort during sexual intercourse

Diagnosis:

  • Drink lot of water
  • Take healthy food
  • Avoid smoking/Alcohol
  • Some problems may require the attention of a urologist, a doctor who specializes in treating problems of the urinary system.
  • If your doctor thinks you have a simple bladder infection, he or she usually can confirm this with a urine test in the doctor’s office.
  • To diagnose urethritis and vaginitis, a swab of the infected area may need to be taken and sent for testing.

Ingredients:

  1. Lippia.
  2. Cumin.
  3. Barley.

Natural Remedies:

  • The chemical composition, pharmacological activity and traditional uses of 52 species attributed to the genus Lippia (Verbenaceae) as used in the South and Central America, and Tropical Africa, were revised and compared. A survey of the available literature shows that these species are used mostly for the treatment of gastrointestinal and respiratory disorders and as seasoning. Additionally, some of these Lippia species showed antimalarial, spasmolitic, sedative, hypotensive and, anti-inflammatory activities. Generally, the essential oil or the phenolic compounds (flavonoids) from these plant extracts are assumed to be the active principles.

Take some lippie leaves. Make decacotion. Add some cumin and barley. Cook it.  Then drink it often.

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Dysuria is the medical term for pain or discomfort when urinating. Often described as a burning sensation, dysuria most commonly is caused by bacterial infections of the urinary tract.

Causes:

  • Side effect of medication: Diuretics and other medications can increase urinary frequency.
  • Age-related changes: Weakening of the muscles of the bladder, urethra and pelvic floor many lower the amount of the urine the bladder can store as well as the ability to hold or properly eliminate urine.
  • Prostate problems: For men, an enlarged or infected prostate can lead to urgency and frequent urination, especially at night.
  • Radiation treatment: Treating cancers near the bladder (rectum or pubic bone cancers) may damage the bladder wall. The urgency or frequency that may result usually diminishes within a few weeks to a year.
  • Bladder problems: Frequent or urgent urination can be an early sign of bladder cancer. Bladder stones or bladder inflammation also can cause frequent or painful urination.
  • Diabetes: When excess blood sugar is excreted into urine, it draws water from the body’s tissues, increasing the need to urinate.
  • Kidney disease: Diseases that cause kidney decline may affect the kidneys’ ability to concentrate urine, increasing the amount of urine produced.

Symptoms:

  • Lower urinary tract infection (cystitis) — Frequent urination, an intense urge to urinate, loss of bladder control, pain in the lower front portion of the abdomen (near the bladder), cloudy urine that may have a strong odor, bloody urine
  • Upper urinary tract infection (pyelonephritis) — Pain in the upper back, high fever with shaking chills, nausea and vomiting, cloudy urine, frequent urination, an intense urge to urinate
  • Urethritis — A discharge from the urethra, redness around the opening of the urethra, frequent urination, vaginal discharge. Partners of people with urethritis that comes from a sexually transmitted disease often will not have any symptoms.
  • Vaginitis — Pain, soreness or itching in the vagina, an abnormal or foul-smelling vaginal discharge or odor, pain or discomfort during sexual intercourse

Diagnosis:

  • Drink lot of water
  • Take healthy food
  • Avoid smoking/Alcohol
  • Some problems may require the attention of a urologist, a doctor who specializes in treating problems of the urinary system.
  • If your doctor thinks you have a simple bladder infection, he or she usually can confirm this with a urine test in the doctor’s office.
  • To diagnose urethritis and vaginitis, a swab of the infected area may need to be taken and sent for testing.

Ingredients:

  1. Chocolateweed leaves.
  2. Cumin.
  3. Turmeric powder.

Natural Remedies:

  • Chemical constituents: A phytochemical study of leaves of Melochia corchorifolia has shown the presence of triterpenes: friedelin, friedelinol and β-amyrin; flavonol glycosides: hibifolin, triflin and melocorin; aliphatic compounds; flavonoids: vitexin and robunin; β-D-sitosterol and its stearate; β-D-glucoside and alkaloids. Nutritional content: High crude protein content (23.31 ± 2.27%), crude lipid value (13.33 ± 2.89%), low available carbohydrate value (30.03 ±  2.83%), high dietary fibre content (23.33 ± 2.89%) and high ash content (10.00 ± 0.10%). The fresh leaves have high moisture content (620.16 ± 6.11% wet weight) with low energy value (275.66 ± 23.20kcal/100 g)).

Chocolateweed leaves have a capacity to reduce the dysuriya problem, so if you take some Chocolateweed leaves, clean it. Add some cumin and turmeric powder. Make soup it. Then drink it often.

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Dysuria is the medical term for pain or discomfort when urinating. Often described as a burning sensation, dysuria most commonly is caused by bacterial infections of the urinary tract.

Causes:

  • Side effect of medication: Diuretics and other medications can increase urinary frequency.
  • Age-related changes: Weakening of the muscles of the bladder, urethra and pelvic floor many lower the amount of the urine the bladder can store as well as the ability to hold or properly eliminate urine.
  • Prostate problems: For men, an enlarged or infected prostate can lead to urgency and frequent urination, especially at night.
  • Radiation treatment: Treating cancers near the bladder (rectum or pubic bone cancers) may damage the bladder wall. The urgency or frequency that may result usually diminishes within a few weeks to a year.
  • Bladder problems: Frequent or urgent urination can be an early sign of bladder cancer. Bladder stones or bladder inflammation also can cause frequent or painful urination.
  • Diabetes: When excess blood sugar is excreted into urine, it draws water from the body’s tissues, increasing the need to urinate.
  • Kidney disease: Diseases that cause kidney decline may affect the kidneys’ ability to concentrate urine, increasing the amount of urine produced.

Symptoms:

  • Lower urinary tract infection (cystitis) — Frequent urination, an intense urge to urinate, loss of bladder control, pain in the lower front portion of the abdomen (near the bladder), cloudy urine that may have a strong odor, bloody urine
  • Upper urinary tract infection (pyelonephritis) — Pain in the upper back, high fever with shaking chills, nausea and vomiting, cloudy urine, frequent urination, an intense urge to urinate
  • Urethritis — A discharge from the urethra, redness around the opening of the urethra, frequent urination, vaginal discharge. Partners of people with urethritis that comes from a sexually transmitted disease often will not have any symptoms.
  • Vaginitis — Pain, soreness or itching in the vagina, an abnormal or foul-smelling vaginal discharge or odor, pain or discomfort during sexual intercourse

Diagnosis:

  • Drink lot of water
  • Take healthy food
  • Avoid smoking/Alcohol
  • Some problems may require the attention of a urologist, a doctor who specializes in treating problems of the urinary system .
  • If your doctor thinks you have a simple bladder infection, he or she usually can confirm this with a urine test in the doctor’s office.
  • To diagnose urethritis and vaginitis, a swab of the infected area may need to be taken and sent for testing.

Ingredients:

  1. Commelina benghalensis leaves.

Natural Remedies: 

  • Commelina benghalensis leaves and stems is used to treat ophthalmia, sore throat and burns, and the liquid contained in the flowering spathe is used to treat eye complaints in Zanzibar. Dry leaves of a sample of Commelina benghalensis from Bouaké, Côte d’Ivoire, contained per 100 g: protein 13.6 g, fat 2.1 g, carbohydrate 58 g, fibre 41 g (Busson, 1965). All aboveground parts are astringent and contain hydrocyanic acid. Commelina benghalensis has given negative results in tests for antibacterial effects.

Commelina benghalensis leaves have a capacity to reduce the pain or discomfort when urinating, so if you take some commelina benghalensis leaves, clean and grind it. Then eat it raw.

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