Urinary tract infections that often affect the kidneys can sometimes be frequent and uncomfortable. In addition to antibiotic therapy (with adequate probiotics) and other medications, there are teas that effectively help and can relieve pain. Urinary tract infections spread to the kidneys due to the spread of a bacterial infection from the bladder to the kidneys. Warm and humid summer weather is particularly conducive to the development of these infections. The symptoms are pain and discomfort in the area of the lower back and genitals. They include chills, shivering, fever, nausea, diarrhea, fatigue, and malaise. The inflammatory process of the kidneys is most often associated with the inflammatory process of the urinary tract. Frequent urination, blood in the urine, tingling, itching, cloudy urine, and bladder pain are then present. The inflammatory process occurs due to a bacterial infection (most commonly Escherichia coli). Causes of infection can be the appearance of kidney stones, urinary tract surgery and the like. Infections are more common in women due to the shorter urinary tract and the proximity of the anal opening from where bacteria easily pass. Therapy in consultation with a doctor includes antibiotics with a large amount of fluid (it is best to drink 3 liters of water a day) and probiotics. You should go to the toilet at every need and without delay, because these inflammatory processes significantly weaken the body. The fluid increases urination which encourages the expulsion of bacteria. Intake of sodium (salt, processed meat, canned food, spicy and fatty foods), alcohol, carbonated beverages and sweetened beverages should be reduced. Bean pod tea has been shown to be a very effective remedy for kidney disease and the entire urinary tract. Boil 30-50 grams of beans in 1 liter of water. Drink three times a day. A great combination is 3 lemons, one ginger, one cup of parsley, 5 cloves of celery and 6 cups of water. Prepare the drink in a blender. Individual teas can also be used (ear tea, parsley tea, cranberries, nettles, corn silk and cherry stalks).