Cystitis

Cystitis is the inflammation of the bladder produced principally by a bacterial infection, frequently E.coli which is normally found in the intestinal tract.  This disease is more common in women.
 
Symptoms
-    Desire to go to bathroom frequently, often with a sensation of pain.
-    Itching, irritation and pain in the lower part of the bladder or urethra.
-    Can ascend into the kidneys, infecting them and cause pain in the middle back.
-    Many times urine contains blood or pus and might lead to a fever.
-    In men this is very serious and requires immediate treatment.
 
Causes
-    Infection in vagina or in the urethra of the penis.
-    Sexually transmitted disease, e.g. chlamydia, which irritates and inflames the bladder and urethra, or descends from kidneys to bladder.
 
Suggested Treatment
-    Meticulous daily hygiene
-    Take natural anti-biotics like Bee Propolis, Garlic and Aloe Vera
-    Drink plenty water mixed with Aloe Vera Gel (juice) and Cranberries.  This helps to detoxify the kidneys.  Cranberry also acidifies urine which kills bacteria.  Vitamin C has the       same effect.
-    Urinate after having sexual intercourse.
-    Apply Aloe Vera lotion mixed with Propolis
-    Apply the First Aid Aloe Vera and Herbal Mix
 
Products
Bee Propolis Tablets and Garlic & Thyme Softgels.  4 to 6 of each daily, 2 with each meal.  Natural anti-biotic and anti-bacterial, strengthens the immune system.
 
Aloe Berry Nectar.  90 - 180ml daily, 60ml with each meal.  Anti-inflammatory, pain inhibitor, anti-biotic.  Cranberry mixed with Vitamin C helps to kill bacteria.
 
Absorbent-C Tablets.  3 tablets daily, 1 with each meal.  Produces anti-bacterial effect through acidification of urine.
 
Aloe Vera and Propolis Cream.  Apply daily as necessary.  Anti-inflammatory, pain inhibitor, natural anti-biotic.
 
 
 
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