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In this combination, silver birch, field horsetail, spiny restharrow and common heather support the health of the lower urinary tract.
Product type: Food supplement
Net weight: 50 g
Storage: Store in a dry place, at room temperature
Field horsetail (Equiseti herba), fennel fruits (Foeniculi fructus), silver birch leaves (Betulae folium), spiny restharrow root (Ononidis radix), common knot grass (Polygoni avicularis herba), common heather (Callunae herba), lovage leaves (Levistici folium), marsh mallow root (Althaeae radix), peppermint (Menthae herba).
Children between 7 and 14 years: 2-3 cups of tea per day.
Children over 14 years and adults: 3-4 cups of tea per day.
Drink the tea between meals.
Duration of one treatment is 3 months.
Treatment can be repeated after a one month break or when needed.
Preparation: Boil one teaspoon of herb mixture in 250 ml of water for 5 minutes, leave it for minimum one hour and then filter.
Warnings: Not recommended for children under 7 years and in case of hypersensitivity to any of the product’s ingredients.
Pregnancy and breastfeeding: Not recommended for pregnant women and breastfeeding mothers.
Side effects and interactions: No side effects and no incompatibilities with drugs were reported at the recommended doses.
Recommended associations: We recommend taking Renalex tincture – U70 for 2 weeks together with the tea G – gall bladder and kidneys (recipe of the pharmacist Farago) - U63.
The following 2 weeks take Renalex solution – U65 and Renalex tea – U73.
The treatment is repeated several times in a row.
Practical tips for a healthy diet and lifestyle: If you tend to accumulate mineral salts in the urinary tract, avoid foods rich in oxalic acid, calcium and protein.
Consume 1-1,5 liters of water or diuretic tea per day (100 ml every 2 hours to help dilute urine).
Give up carbonated drinks (because they are acidic and may favor stone crystallization), black tea (contains oxalates) and mineral waters with a high calcium content.
In order to eliminate accumulation of urates, we recommend a diet low in protein, especially those of animal origin, which leads to the elimination of an acidic urine with a high content of uric acid (meat, lard, bacon, cream, feta cheese, hard cheese, whipped cream) but also other foods such as beans, peas, nuts, hazelnuts, peanuts, almonds, chocolate, alcohol, coffee. Alkaline foods are allowed: skimmed milk, cottage cheese, ricotta, curd (unsalted), vegetable and sour cream soups with lemon, all fruits, green vegetables, 2 liters of alkaline water per day, fruit juices, diuretic teas.
To help eliminate the accumulation of oxalates in the urinary tract, avoid foods with a high content of oxalic acid: cocoa, chocolate, spinach, stevia, sorrel, peas, tomatoes, nuts, peanuts, parsley, pepper, dried plums, black tea, beer, alkaline and calcium-rich mineral waters. Allowed are: oatmeal, buckwheat, cabbage, lettuce, mushrooms, cauliflowers, grapes, apples, pears, peaches, apricots, quinces, fruit and vegetable juices; but rice, semolina, milk and milk derivates in moderate amounts (may contribute to the formation of kidney stones by lactose and calcium).
To help eliminate phosphate buildup in the urinary tract, we recommend a diet low in phosphorus and calcium, fat and salt, but rich in fluids. Eat bran at least 25g a day, as it reduces urinary calcium excretion. Avoid foods rich in calcium: fermented cheese, cheese, fatty cow’s milk, egg yolk, white beans, hazelnuts, almonds, nuts, chocolate and foods rich in phosphorus: bellows cheese, egg yolk, meat, guts, green peas, chocolate and dark bread.