UTI

Parsley Tea for UTI — A Safe Herbal Remedy to Save Your Kidneys

Urinary tract infections (UTIs) are a common infection, especially in women.

The urinary tract consists of the two kidneys which form urine, the two ureters that carry urine from the kidneys to the bladder, the urinary bladder which stores the urine, and the urethra through which urine exits the body.

The entire urinary system is sterile under normal conditions. Any bacteria or fungi in any part of the urinary system is called a UTI.

The most common UTIs are infections of the bladder, called cystitis. (1)


1. UTIs and the Dangers to Your Kidneys

 

 

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Most bacteria causing UTI are those that live in the intestines. They are present in huge numbers around the anus.

Cystitis is the most common type of UTI. Women are more likely to have it. The urethral opening is near the anus, and the urethra itself is short in women. (2) 

However, sometimes bacteria can reach the kidneys. This condition is called pyelonephritis and is very dangerous.

Infections of the kidneys can damage them irreversibly. Each such UTI can cause scarring of the kidney.

Such scaring progresses to kidney failure and hypertension (high blood pressure). Pyelonephritis must be diagnosed and treated urgently.

 

2. What Causes UTI? How Will You Know You Have It?

Most UTIs are caused by bacteria, and Escherichia coli are the most common. Other bacteria and some fungi also cause UTI. Some causes of UTI: (3)

  • Poor hygiene
  • Abnormalities of the urinary tract
  • Pregnancy
  • Young or old age
  • Menopause
  • Frequent sex

 

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You should know the symptoms of UTI so that you can get treatment early. Delayed treatment can allow a lower UTI to reach the kidneys and cause permanent harm.

Some common symptoms: (3) 

  • Pain or burning when passing urine
  • Need to pass urine often
  • Bloody or cloudy urine
  • Smelly urine
  • Fever
  • Chills and shivering
  • Nausea and vomiting
  • Pain in the back or side

 

3. Getting Rid of UTI

When you suspect you have a UTI, you should talk to your doctor. After asking you about your symptoms, they will ask for tests before starting treatment. (3)


Urine Tests

A urine microscopy test for pus cells. A urine culture to grow the bacteria and identify them.


Antibiotics

The definitive treatment for UTI is antibiotics. Take the full course prescribed by your doctor.


Oral Liquids

Drink a lot of liquids so that urine flow washes out the infection


Paracetamol / Acetaminophen

This medicine brings down fever and relieves pain

 

4. Herbal Teas Have Potent Ingredients for Your UTI

Apart from antibiotics and other drugs, you can take some home remedies to help yourself. Among the useful remedies are herbal teas. 

Herbal teas have various active ingredients. Some of them have antibacterial properties (4). 

Some teas have a diuretic effect — they stimulate the kidneys to make more urine. Some herbal teas and herbal products could help antibiotics by reducing resistance (5).

Parsley tea UTI is a herbal remedy with an established role. Parsley (Petroselinum crispum) is an aromatic herbal medicine, often used in the treatment of chronic bronchitis and indigestion. (6)

It is also a uterine stimulant and can help you get rid of parasites.

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5. Parsley Tea for UTI


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This herbal product contains flavonoids, ascorbic acid, carotenoids, myristicin, apiole, various terpenoid compounds, phthalides, phenylpropanoids, coumarins, furanocoumarins, and tocopherol.

These ingredients make UTI parsley tea a potent remedy for you to take along with conventional treatment.

Given along with antibiotics for ten days, this herbal tea has benefits in the treatment of UTI. Symptoms were reduced and the urine findings also reduced. (6) 

 

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Parsley tea benefits UTI in several other ways. It has analgesic effects, and can reduce the pain and burning of a bladder infection.

The urinary alkalinizing effect may help antibiotics to work more efficiently. This effect also reduces the formation of stones in the urinary system. (6)

Parsley tea for UTI helps not only bacterial infections, but has also shown antifungal activity also against Candida.

This is probably owing to the coumarin compounds in parsley.

 

6. Parsley Tea Recipe for UTI

Parsley is a flavorful herb. It is often used in soups and casseroles to add some flavor.

Used as a tea, you will enjoy its taste as it does its work of curing your UTI.

How to Make Parsley Tea for UTI : Get fresh parsley from the supermarket or your garden.

Then: 

  1. Place a pan of water on the stove. 
  2. Rinse the parsley to remove any dirt.
  3. Chop the leaves coarsely till you have a quarter cup.
  4. Place the chopped parsley leaves in a cup and pour boiling water over them.
  5. Stir and leave for five minutes.
  6. Strain the tea and discard the leaves.
  7. Add some lemon juice.
  8. Add some honey to sweeten it.

 

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UTI parsley tea has several potent ingredients.

The suggested frequency of this herbal tea is once a day. Drink plenty of water. This tea will produce more urine, and you don't want to be dehydrated.


7. Other Beneficial Herbal Teas for UTI


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Parsley tea benefits UTI, helping you feel better and getting rid of the infection. Other herbal teas also have benefits in the treatment of UTI :

  • Green tea (Camellia sinensis) has antibacterial properties. 
  • Thyme tea. This is antibacterial and helps end the infection.
  • Chamomile tea has pain relieving properties.
  • Garlic (Allium sativum) has antibacterial and antifungal properties.

 

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8. Side Effects and Precautions 


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It's convenient and inexpensive to treat yourself at home. However, you should not depend only on herbal teas to treat UTI.

Always use UTI parsley tea as additional therapy with antibiotics and other medicines prescribed by your doctor.

When treating yourself at home, be careful to watch for the red flags. These are a sign of dangerous disease and you should contact your doctor immediately: (7)

  • Blood in the urine
  • A fever
  • Low back pain
  • Vomiting

UTI parsley tea treatment has some side effects (8) :

  • Photodermatitis.
  • Abortions, if taken during pregnancy.
  • Interaction with blood thinners.

9. Conclusion—Parsley Tea for UTI


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UTIs are very common and dangerous. It is treated with various drugs including antibiotics.

However, you need additional measures to relieve the pain and restore you to normal.

Parsley tea is an excellent add-on to the treatment of UTI. Its antibacterial action helps clear your urinary system of bacteria.

It also relieves the agony and burning that is such a frequent part of UTI. This herbal tea is quite safe and makes a great complementary treatment to your UTI treatment.


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