In nearly 80 percent of cases, bladder inflammation is caused by the Escherichia coli bacteria which are in the colon, where they break down the food. In the colon Escherichia coli bacteria is useful, but when they penetrate the urinary tract and urinary bladder, they cause severe inflammation. So, in the colon this bacteria is useful and necessary, but in the bladder and urinary tract harmful and dangerous. In normal circumstances, urinary bladder is resistant to infection from the outside. By secretion of the urine the bladder is rinsed out of the accumulated bacteria. The stagnation in excretion of urine comes due to narrowing of the urethra, resulting from various inflammations or due to bladder tumors. In older men stagnation is due to enlargement of the prostate gland.
Inflammation of the bladder is more common in women than in men, as the urinary tract, through which bacteria penetrate, is much shorter in women. Infection occurs rarely through blood or downstream kidney. Kidney inflammation is, incidentally, a constant companion of stone in the bladder.
When the disease occurs, the greatest difficulties arise during urination. The patient has frequent urination, and urinating is difficult. This need occurs every ten minutes, day and night. The patient starts to have difficult urination; it is long lasting and is accompanied by pain. For a few drops, the patient will tire out. There is a pain in the urethra, and in severe urinary bladder inflammation urination finishes with the blood. The disease is not accompanied by elevated body temperature. If it appears, it is a sign that inflammation has affected upper urinary tract up to the kidneys.
Composition of the tea:
- 60 g stems of horse tail.
- 60 g raw fruits rose hip.
- 50 g leaves and flowers of yarrow.
- 20 g leaves from the oak tree.
- 10 g stems of breckland thyme.
Preparation and purpose of tea:
Grasses should be finely chopped and mixed well. Put 10 g of the mixture into 1 litter boiled water and boil with closed lid for about 1 ½ minute. Let it cool down, with the closed lid. Sift the tea in the bottle, close and keep in dark and cold place. Consume ½ dcl the, each half hour. In addition, during the treatment, patient should consume 3 times per day before the mal ½ dcl of white, not too strong, wine cooked with the garlic. Cook 250 g of unpeeled garlic in 1 litter good white wine, for about 30 minutes (with closed lid on steady fire). Let it cool down, sift the beverage in dark bottle, close tightly and keep on room temperature. The areas around the groin and under the navel should be massaged with rakia and wrapped with a linen or cotton cloth. Prepare food on vegetable oil. Use as much vegetable and fruit as possible. Eat freshly prepared food. It is forbidden to consume: canned products, salted food, animal fat, alcoholic beverages and cold drinks.