Woman has a higher capability to catch a UTI or Urinary Tract Infection. It happens when bacteria reached the urinary tract and multiply. These bacteria entered the urinary tract through the urethra – the tube that carries the urine out of the body, and move up to the bladder. The outcome is redness, swelling and pain in the urinary tract.

Some of the symptoms or signs of UTI are:
1. Frequent urination even there’s a small amount of pee or no pee that comes out
2. Burning sensation when urinating
3. Urine appears to be cloudy or bloody-tinged and has a strange smell
4. Pain and heaviness in the lower back or lower abdominal area
5. Fatigue
6. Fever indicates that the infection has reached the kidney

If not treated, UTI could cause serious infection to your kidney. Consult a doctor immediately if you experienced those symptoms. Your doctor may prescribe a medication to soothe your pain and a heating pad may also be helpful. While in medication, there were unfavorable side effects like:

1. Abdominal cramps
2. Diarrhea
3. Vomiting
4. Stomach upset
5. Rash
6. Vaginal discharge

Because of these side effects, many people are looking for natural remedies that will help them to eliminate UTI. There is one remedy that people tested and confirmed that it is effective in the elimination of bacteria. Here’s the recipe:

- 250 grams parsley
- 250 grams of lemon rind
- 250 grams of honey
- 2 dl of olive oil

1. Slice the parsley root thinly
2. Place all the ingredients together in a blender
3. Blend and wait till the consistency become smooth
4. Transfer to a clean storage and store it in the fridge

Take a spoonful of the mixture a day, preferably in the morning, and make sure to drink plenty of water. This will help to flush out the bacteria present in your renal system.

S/C: Danified

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