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How to Treat A Urinary Tract Infection with Apple Cider Vinegar and Baking Soda

Urinary tract infection (or UTI) is the second most common infection people receive each year after respiratory infection. The statistical figures in the U.S. are somewhere between 8-10 million Americans, most of which are women. In fact, further statistics show that a urinary tract infection will actually affect half of all women at some point during their lifetime and results in more than 8 million visits to the doctor each year. If you’ve ever had a urinary tract infection before, you will definitely know the symptoms. It starts out with a frequent need to visit the toilet. The worst part is of course the terrible burning sensation you get in your bladder or urethra.

The biggest problem with a urinary tract infection is most people go straight to their doctor and are given antibiotics to treat it. Natural remedies for Urinary Tract Infection really do work a treat and should be your first method of choice. As with all natural treatments and home remedies though, you must be very diligent and consistent with them and you will get the desired results.

If you do follow these two natural remedies for UTI, you will not only get rid of your urinary tract infection very quickly, you will get rid of it for good and never have to put up with another one again!

Baking Soda Urinary Tract Infection Treatment:

Baking soda is a very potent natural remedy for UTI. The soda neutralizes the acidity in your urine, which then speeds up the recovery process. The other big benefit of baking soda is that it detoxes and cleans the kidneys along with providing rapid healing of these organs. So if you have a urinary tract infection and its spread to your kidneys, you definitely need to get some baking soda into you straight away!

Directions:

To treat and cure urinary tract infections quickly either mix up one rounded teaspoon of baking soda in a glass of filtered water and drink once daily on an empty stomach or mix up half a teaspoon instead and drink twice daily on an empty stomach.

How long:

The baking soda should be taken for at least a week to naturally treat and cure your UTI. However, you may want to consider taking it for longer. Baking soda provides many positive health benefits; mainly because it alkalizes the body.

Apple cider vinegar UTI treatment:

Apple cider vinegar is another home remedy and natural cure for UTI that you really need to strongly consider. It’s a very powerful health tonic and healing elixir, and is actually one of the best natural anti-viral, anti-bacterial and anti-fungal remedies in existence! It also helps to re-colonize the digestive system with friendly bacteria. The beauty of ACV is not only does it cure just about every ailment in existence; it’s dirt cheap to buy and lasts for months!

Directions:

You need to mix up one to two tablespoons of ACV in a glass of filtered water and drink two to three times a day at least 20 minutes before every meal. If you find it too strong or bitter to drink then add a teaspoon of Manuka honey to sweeten. However, if you find you really can’t handle the taste, take the tablets or capsules instead.

How long:

ACV is not like a prescription, you don’t just take it until the infection clears up. Yes, treating and curing your UTI now is important, but you also don’t want it returning again. Apple cider vinegar will stop this from happening, along with providing many other positive health benefits.

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