7 Natural Remedies for Urinary Tract Infection

Urinary tract infection (UTI) is a bacterial infection of the urinary system (kidneys, urethra, ureters, and bladder).

Women are at higher risk of developing this infection than men are. Infection limited to the bladder could be annoying and painful. However, severe consequences can occur if this infection spreads to the kidneys.


These are the most common symptoms of UTI:

  • A need to urinate frequently
  • Pain or a burning sensation when urinating
  • Strong-smelling urine
  • Change in urine color
  • Pain in the lower abdomen 


Home remedies 

Your Health Tubers selected the most effective home remedies for urinary tract infection, here they are:

  1. Water

This is the most simple and effective natural remedy for urinary tract infection. Water can help flush out bacteria, and dilute your urine. Urine is made of acids and waste products from the body. Dark urine is very acidic and causes more pain in case of UTI. Diluted urine is pretty light and does not burn that much.

You need to avoid caffeinated drinks, like tea, coffee, and soda. The caffeine can irritate the bladder even more when you have UTI.

When you have an infection you should drink 8 ice cold glasses of fresh water during the day.

  1. Baking soda

Baking soda can help neutralize the acidity of the urine. If you resist the urge to pee because you have a burning sensation, then baking soda will help you ease that discomfort.

All you need to do is dissolve 1 teaspoon of baking soda in 8 ounces of water. Consume this each morning on empty stomach, for a period of one week.

  1. Parsley Water

It is a great refreshing drink, and can help relieve the urinary tract infection by acting as a diuretic. Diuretics are used to treat numerous problems.

You can add 1 cup of fresh parsley into a boiling water and leave the mixture for 10 minutes so the leaves can infuse the water. After that, remove the leaves and drink the warm water.

  1. Apple Cider Vinegar

Apple cider vinegar is an amazing source of potassium, enzymes, and many other useful minerals that could prevent the bacteria that cause urinary tract infection from to grow. People who suffer from UTIs can use apple cider vinegar as a natural antibiotic to heal the infection.

You can add 2 tablespoons of apple cider vinegar to 1 glass of water, and mix it well. You can also add some lemon juice and sweeten with honey. Consume this 2 times per day for 3-4 days.

  1. Celery Seeds

Celery seeds also have great diuretic properties, due to the constituents of celery oil, known as butylphthalide.

You can chew a handful of celery seeds 2 times per day, to increase the production of urine. A celery seed water can be also helpful if you want to get more fluid.

  1. Cucumber

Cucumbers are an extraordinary source of vitamin K. They are also an amazing source of the pantothenic acid, copper, vitamin C, potassium, manganese, phosphorus, biotin, magnesium, and vitamin B1.

Cucumbers are adored by many people. They have a high content of water, which makes them the perfect choice for detoxification.

Consume cucumbers regularly, especially in a case of urinary tract infection. They will help you get rid of the toxins and bacteria. 

  1. Blueberries

Blueberries are one the most nutrient berries. They can help ward off potential bladder infections by affecting the fimbria of the germs trying to attach to the urinary tract.

You can consume homemade 100% blueberry juice or eat 2 cups of fresh berries (blueberries or cranberries) every day. You will feel the benefits really soon.




The presence of bacteria in your urine does not necessarily mean you will certainly develop a urinary tract infection.

Taking an antibiotic is not the only way to get over urinary tract infection symptoms. Start your home treatment for a urinary tract infection by wearing cotton clothing, drinking plenty of water, and urinating frequently. Baking soda and water mixture will help you eliminate bacteria, but you should be careful not to consume more baking soda then the given dosage.

Reference:  Everydayroots    Ultimatehomeremedies.com

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