Treating the Urinary System
There are several methods of use the may be employed to effectively treat. Infections of your urinary system, including baths, sits baths and douches.
Thrush is a common infection that most women and men will experience, though it is more common in females. It is caused by a yeast called Candida albicans. This organism lives normally on the skin, mouth, gut and vagina, but certain bodily changes or conditions can cause it to overgrow and lead to infection. These include take certain prescribed antibiotics, diabetes, pregnancy, wearing too tight trousers or nylon underwear and using toiletries that may cause irritation, such as vaginal deodorants. It is possible to catch through through sexual intercourse with someone who is already carrying the infection, though it isn’t usually sex-related.
Antiseptic oils such as bergamot, lavender and tea tree can help treat thrush. Use these in baths and/or to wash the area with a jug douche. Fill a one litre jug with warm water and add six drops of essential oils. Pour over the vaginal area while standing in the bath.
Use a jug douche to treat a thrush infection.