Nettle and Uva ursi are some of the ingredients of the recommended prostate drink

Nettle and Uva ursi are some of the ingredients of the recommended prostate drink
More and more urologists agree that medicinal plants (in addition to medical therapy) are an excellent adjunctive therapy for prostate treatment. Difficulty urinating (and in some extreme cases the inability to urinate) occurs due to enlargement of the prostate tissue (when this gland or the prostate expands and closes the urinary channel). The most common complaints of men who have problems with the prostate are pain, difficulty urinating, blood in the urine, frequent waking during the night due to urination.
Aggravation of pain due to problems with the prostate also occurs when drinking alcoholic beverages (especially cold ones).
Herbal therapy helps against prostate problems. It consists of the following plants: nettle root, linseed, willow leaf, Uva ursi, parsley, birch, pollen grains. Most of these herbs have been used since ancient times to treat enlarged prostate. Among the people, only the willow plant causes confusion. There are two types of willow which are almost identical in composition. That is why there is no point in looking for one or another type of this plant. The time of picking the plant is of crucial importance. The best results are obtained from willow harvested during flowering or immediately after flowering.
The herbal mixture for prostate problems (enlarged prostate or prostatic inflammation) should look like this (according to the herbalist’s recommendation): 20% nettle root, 25% willow, 15% distaff, 10% birch, 20% Melilotus officinalis and 10% Uva ursi.
The measured herbs should be placed in the container. Mix with clean hands by running your fingers from the bottom of the bowl to the top (until you get a uniform mixture). Then pour 4 large spoons of the tea mixture with 1 liter of water. Put it on the fire so that the mixture boils. Remove from the heat and let the tea cool for 1 hour. Strain. Herbalists advise drinking 2 dcl of tea up to 4 times a day.
Nettle root works on enlarged prostate tissue, but it also works on other benignly enlarged tissues in the body. Willow works against prostate enlargement. Uva ursi and distaff have an anti-inflammatory effect. Birch is used to expel urine (and accumulated secretions that can sometimes be blood) from the body. Distaff and birch also disinfect and clean the urinary channels. Crane (latin Melilotus officinalis) plant has anti-inflammatory properties and works against swelling.
Advice from a pharmacy technician:
Flax seeds, which should not be cooked, as well as pumpkin seeds, should be introduced into the diet (of men with prostate problems). 2 small spoons of pollen can be added to tea in the morning and in the evening. Then the tea should be at room temperature, never hot tea.

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