Collection: Bladder Infection

A bladder infection, also known as cystitis, is a type of urinary tract infection (UTI) that specifically affects the bladder, causing symptoms like frequent urination, pain, and a strong urge to urinate.

Natural medicine approaches such as increasing fluid intake, using cranberry products, and employing certain herbal remedies like uva-ursi or dandelion root might offer support in managing mild symptoms, but seeking medical attention for proper diagnosis and treatment, which often includes antibiotics, is essential to prevent the infection from spreading and causing complications.

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Natural Solutions


Buchu: Traditionally used to support urinary health. It is believed to have diuretic properties, meaning it may increase urine production, which helps to flush out toxins from the urinary system.

Cranberry: A well-known natural remedy for UTIs. It contains compounds that may prevent bacteria from adhering to the urinary tract walls, reducing the risk of infection.

Garlic: A natural antimicrobial agent with potential benefits against certain types of bacteria. Some studies suggest that garlic may help inhibit the growth of bacteria associated with UTIs.

Goldenseal: Contains berberine, which has antimicrobial properties and may help inhibit the growth of bacteria responsible for UTIs.

Uva Ursi: Also known as bearberry, contains arbutin, a compound that may have antimicrobial effects and could help in UTI management.


Zinc: An essential mineral that plays a role in immune function and may support the body's ability to fight off infections, including UTIs.

Magnesium: Involved in various metabolic processes and may have a role in maintaining overall urinary tract health.


Vitamin D: Essential for immune function and may play a role in preventing UTIs by supporting the body's natural defense mechanisms.

Vitamin A: Important for mucosal integrity, including the urinary tract lining, and may help maintain a healthy urinary tract.

Vitamin C: Has been shown to increase urine acidity, creating an unfavorable environment for bacteria and supporting the body's defense against UTIs.


Probiotics (Acidophilus and Bifidus): Probiotics are beneficial bacteria that support a healthy balance of gut and urinary tract flora, which may help prevent UTIs.