Natura Urina Drops 25ml
HOMOEOPATHIC MODE OF ACTION: Acidum nitricum is indicated for frequent, painful urination of scant dark urine containing blood and albumin. It treats ulceration of the urethra. Aconitum napellus has an anti-inflammatory action on the urinary tract and relieves urinary retention and painful urination.
Arctostaphylos uva-ursi treats cystitis with blood, pus and mucus in the urine, frequent urination with severe bladder spasms and painful urination. Berberis vulgaris treats cystitis with mucus or a bright red sediment in the urine, burning pain, the sensation of some urine being retained and frequent urination.
Cantharis vesicatoria acts on the renal system to treat severe urging to pass urine and drop-by-drop difficult passing of burning urine. Equisetum hiemale acts mainly on the bladder to treat enuresis, sharp burning dysuria and frequent urination with sensation of incomplete passing of urine. Petroselinum crispum acts on the urinary tract to alleviate sudden urging to urinate, burning and tingling in the urethra and a milky discharge in the urine. Solanum dulcamara is indicated for the need to urinate when cold, painful micturition and thick mucous sediment in the urine.Terebinthina acts on mucous linings to relieve scanty painful urine, inflammation of the urethra and kidneys with blood in the urine. Thuja occidentalis acts on the urinary tract to treat inflammation and swelling of the urethra and severe cutting pains after urination.
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