The stones rarely occur in the urinary bladder. It occurs mainly in the kidneys and through the urinary tract it comes to the bladder where they remain and eventually increase by the deposition of waste materials from the urine salt. Stones constantly rub the bladder mucus and they cause bladder inflammation.
Composition of the tea:
- 50 g of couch grass (underground part).
- 50 g leaves of birch.
- 50 g leaves of bearberry.
- 40 g roots and fruit of Butcher’s Broom.
- 20 g stems of horse tail.
- 10 g stems of Breckland thyme.
Preparation and purpose of tea:
Grasses should be finely chopped and mixed well. Put 15 g of grass mixture into 2 liters of boiling water and cook with closed lid. Let it cool down, with the closed lid. Sift the tea in the bottle and add 1 spoon of fresh lemon juice. Daily consume 2 liters of tea instead of water.
Other instructions are same as for treatment of kidney stones.