Cloves have very interesting biological properties. Its aromatic taste, its contribution to digestion and protection against dental pain, are some therapeutic effects known to clove. Its powerful flavor also makes it a common ingredient in cooking. But here it is, also helping to treat urinary tract infections. So what do we know about clove ? How do we use clove to treat and cure urinary tract infections ? Read on to know more about it.
Clove: What is it?
Clove is a flower bud from the clove tree. This tree grows in Asia and South America and can live more than a hundred years. It begins to produce flowers in its seventh year. After picking, the flower bud gradually turns dark brown. The name of clove actually comes from its nail shape. The fruit has the aromatic benefit that justifies its use in kitchen and it’s therapeutic advantages justifying it’s presence in the ointment class as clove oil.
Apart from its common purposes, clove provides many medicinal benefits (analgesic, anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties). That’s why its lead in the treatment of common infections. For example, you could use clove to easily treat gonorrhea. However, it covers a large range of ailments, from pregnancy to pain related. In this post, we mainly show how to use clove to treat urinary tract infections.
Urinary tract infections: What you need to know!
Urinary infections or UTI come from a bacterial infection in a specific part of the urinary tract. This part commonly tends to be the bladder, and mostly affects women. Actually, the ratio of women to men victims of UTI is 50 to 1. The disease is contracted because of bacteria present in the intestine, which by their passage from the rectum to the urethra settle in the urinary tract and thus causing infection. Urethra, ureter, bladder, kidneys are targets of UTIs . In general, it won’t be serious, except when the infection affects the bladder. The infection then turns into a cystitis, which is a frequent and troublesome type of urinary infection.
Urinary infections show different symptoms depending on the nature and severity of the case, including:
- Frequent urge to urinate day and night
- Cloudy urine with a strong odor
- Pain or burning sensation while urinating
- Pressure in the lower abdomen, during or after urination
- Blood stain of the urine
Other factors increase the risk for UTIs such as anal or non-anal sex, use of a diaphragm or spermicides, menstruation, pregnancy and menopause. Prostate disease, diabetes and age are very strong factors.
Treatment of a urinary tract infection
Although a urinary tract infection is usually not serious, it is still safe to treat it as soon as we notice it. Here, we will see how to use clove to treat urinary tract infections.
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Usually, UTI treatment is done using antibiotics but clove contains an active ingredient (eugenol) with very powerful and effective antibacterial properties against urinary tract infections. That’s why we recommend the use of clove to treat urinary tract infections naturally. To obtain results, it’s better to use clove infusions.
Here is the recipe:
- Put between 3 to 8 cloves in a cup
- Pour boiling water over it
- Let it steam for 10 minutes and simply drink the clove infusion once or twice a day to treat urinary tract infections
- Warm your clove essential oil
- Pour 1 drop of clove oil in a teaspoon of olive oil and let it drip in the mouth
- Repeat 3 times a day for 3 to 5 days
This recipe dislocates bacteria that settle in the urinary tract. Moreover, our extremely effective ointment, will prevent the recurrence of the infection and avoid its spread.
You are now conscious on how to use Clove to treat urinary tract infections.