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.
Kidney stones (renal calculi) are very common and despite the name can be found in any part of the urinary tract from the kidneys to the ureters and bladder. They are more likely to occur in men than in women and the problem is often recurring; about 60 per cent of suffered will develop another kidney stone within seven years of the previous one. The exact cause if often difficult to detect. It may be through dehydration, urinary tract infections, prolonged periods of bed rest or even your diet. In the case of the latter, a diet rich in oxalic acid (found in coffee, spinach, dark leafy greens and rhubarbi increases the risk. Calcium stones can also occur due to a disorder in the metabolism of calcium in the body.
Though medical advice should be sought, natural remedies are helpful in treating kidney stones. Diuretic and cleansing oils of fennel, geranium, juniper and lemon may be diluted in a blend and massage over the kidney area.
Cleansing oils and diuretics can aid with kidney stones.