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Burdock Tea – Remedy for Kidney and Urinary Tract Infections
- Burdock herb is highly prized all over the world for many different ailments
- It is a powerful blood detoxifier that helps eliminate toxins and natural poisons
- Burdock extract can be very helpful with urinary tract problems
- Combining Burdock tea with other herbal components can help maximize the overall effect
Burdock tea has many health and healing properties, and this home remedy has been around and in use for centuries. Ancient civilizations understood the properties of the Burdock herb. The herb has high levels of mucilage, insulin and other components which are naturally present in the root of this herb. Burdock herb has long been believed to be a powerful blood purifier that helps eliminate toxins and natural poisons.
Burdock extract can have the same effect as Burdock tea. The herb can help with many aspects of bladder, kidney, and urinary tract problems. When combined with other helpful herbs for the urinary tract and immune systems, Burdock tea can have a very powerful healing effect. The Burdock herb has been shown to fight infection by boosting your immune system and immune response. In addition, the tea also acts as a natural antibacterial and antimicrobial, and can help minimize and eliminate the number of harmful bacteria and other microbes in your body, including your urinary tract.
The tea or Burdock extract can help to soothe your digestive tract, and makes your skin clearer. This herb will help improve your digestion and give you an appetite, and drinking Burdock tea will help lower your blood sugar by a small amount. Burdock tea and extract can help fight joint conditions like arthritis and rheumatism, and can remove toxins and harmful components from your blood. The Burdock herb is also a well know treatment for pulmonary tract irritations such as bronchitis and a chronic smokers cough. The biggest and most popular reason that Burdock extract or tea is used, though, is to combat urinary tract infections and other urinary tract and kidney problems.
The Burdock herb can be very beneficial in relieving urinary tract problems. Infections in the bladder, kidneys, and urinary tract, kidney stones, and other conditions involving this system. The herb acts as a diuretic, causing your body to eliminate more water and waste. One reason for common urinary tract infections is not enough fluids. When you do not drink enough water, urine sits in your kidneys and bladder and the bacteria multiply and grow stronger. Frequent urination during the day prevents this, but when you do not drink enough water your urine starts out dark and concentrated. Burdock seeds are believed to help prevent kidney and bladder stones, and to treat and break down any stones that are present. The seeds help to flush out the urinary tract system, and to slowly break down the stones so that they become much smaller and are easier and less painful to pass through your system. The Burdock herb can also help soothe inflammation and ease the pain from urinary tract infections and other problems.
Slippery elm and fennel are both herbs that can be combined with the Burdock herb to boost the healing and beneficial effects. Using Burdock tea with or without other herbs can minimize your discomfort and symptoms, help you break up and get rid of stones in your kidney and bladder, prevent and soothe inflammation in your urinary tract, and prevent urinary tract infections. Burdock tea also helps the other systems and organs in your body as well, keeping you fit and healthy from head to toe. Urinary tract infections and problems can be very painful, and can disrupt your life and normal activities quite a bit. Using Burdock tea or extract will help you avoid urinary tract infections and other urinary tract problems.Click here to discuss this article on forum.
The information supplied in this article is not to be considered as medical advice and is for educational purposes only.
|Urinary Problems12 Feb 2009|