Bladder Disorder By David GloryDosage: Equisetum arv (200), Ferrum phos (200), Apis mel (200), Sarsaparilla, Cantharis (200).
Sarsaparilla (200) is commonly used for urinary tract health and when there is a frequent urge to urinate, severe pain at the end of urination, or when urination may not be painful but is very slow (especially while sitting down). It is also used for addressing painful distention and tenderness in the bladder or if urine dribbles while sitting, standing or passes freely.
Ferrum phosphoric (200) Deficiency of biochemic tissue salts. Irritation at the neck of the bladder, incontinence, and urine spurts with every cough are often aided with this ingredient.
Apis mellifica (200) This ingredient is commonly used for any burning, stinging pain or when urination is frequent, painful, or scanty.
Equisetum (200) is used to address underlying causes of dull pain in the bladder, (as from distension) frequent and intolerable urging to urinate, with discomfort at close of urination or the constant desire to urinate; with large quantity of clear watery urine or cutting pain in urethra while urinating. It is also used to address paralysis of the bladder in older women.
Cantharis (200) can be traced back more than 2000 years, and was used by Hippocrates to treat a variety of ailments. General symptoms are typically burning during urination, and a constant, persistent thirst accompanied with an aversion to drinking due to painful, burning sensations during urine release.
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