How To Get Rid Of Urinary Infection Using Apple Cider Vinegar and Baking Soda

Sodium bicarbonate is used in the kitchen, but also in medicine.
In medicinal purposes mostly used as an antacid which helps in calming heartburn. However, baking soda can be used to treat urinary infections cause inflammation of the bladder is usually bacterial, and symptoms include a burning sensation during urination, abdominal pain and blurred or bloody urine.

If urinary tract infection is not cured, can lead to chronic infection and serious health problems.

1.How to use baking soda to calm infections?

Baking Soda creates an alkaline environment in the body, which bacteria do not like so it will not be able to spread.

Add one teaspoon of baking soda to one cup of water and drink it once a day. Be careful not too add too much baking soda.

It is important to remember to treat UTI as soon as you see the signs of it and that UTI that last longer than two days requires medical intervention.

Consuming soda can reduce the acidity in the body and do blood and urine more alkaline. When alkaline urine passes through the bubble created unfavorable conditions for bacterial growth, and helps control the infection.

However, if the symptoms return again, be sure to contact your doctor. Consuming soda can increase the level of sodium in the body and if your diet for health reasons based on a diet low in sodium, be sure to first consult with a physician.

 

2.Apple cider vinegar Urinary Tract Infection treatment

Apple cider vinegar contains important enzymes, rich minerals, and nutrients such as potassium that prevent the bacteria that cause UTIs from multiplying or growing. Acetic acid in apple cider vinegar has the ability to foster the growth of beneficial bacteria and  to kill  “bad” bacteria at the same time

 

Ingredients:

  • Organic apple cider vinegar
  • Filtered water

 

Directions:

Mix 2-3 tablespoons in a glass of water

Drink it twice or thrice a day. Add raw honey for a better taste.

 

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