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Urination Issues
By Steven Horne, RH (AHG) & Kimberly Balas, ND

a. Burning or painful
b. Frequent
c. Scant

a) Burning or painful
Painful urination is a sign of inflammation and/or infection.
Remedies like the following can be used to reduce inflammation and combat infection.

Below is a list of suggested products. Those in bold are key products for the health issue explained on this page.
For details and ordering simply copy a product's name in the search box above or click on the bold name.



Therapies: Hydration

Herbs: Cornsilk, Golden Seal, Kava Kava, Lobelia, Marshmallow, Nopal and Uva Ursi

Herbal Formulas: Kidney Drainage

Nutrients: Silver Shield

Nutraceuticals: Super ORAC, Thai-Go and Urinary Maintenance



b) Urination (frequent)

The following may help with frequent urination or the frequent urge to urinate.
Be sure to drink plenty of water to dilute toxins.

Therapies: Hydration

Herbs: Cornsilk, Marshmallow, Nopal and Uva Ursi

Herbal Formulas: HY-C, KB-C and Nervous Fatigue Formula

Nutraceuticals: Thai-Go



c) Urine (scant)

See also Edema

When urine production is scant, the kidneys need stimulation support.
In men, this can be a sign of prostate swelling.

These diuretic herbs and formulas can increase output of urine.

Herbs: Butcher's Broom, Juniper Berries and Uva Ursi

Herbal Formulas: Chinese Kidney Activator, Cranberry & Buchu, JP-X, Kidney Activator, Kidney Drainage, Lung Support, Lymphatic Drainage and PS II

Nutraceuticals: Men's Formula and Urinary Maintenance


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