Ayurveda Tips for burning Urine

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Burning urine – Ayurvedic Tips

While passing urine, some people feel burringsensation in the urinary passage. An infection in the urinary passage caused by venereal diseases like gonorrhoea, enlargement of prostrate, a stone in the urinary bladder, or simple concentrated urine, as it happens in summer, might be responsible for this type of complaint. The burning sensation may occur along with the passage of urine or it may occur even after that. It may subside by taking some alkaline drinks or few glasses of simple water. It may occur during daytime or night-time. Other symptoms like discharge of pus from the urethra stoppage of urine, bleeding and fever might accompany.
Causes
The person should not expose himself to sun or heat. Excessive perspiration take away lot of water from the bod and the urine thus become concentrated. Passage of this concreted urine through the urinary tract causes irritation and gives rise to burning sensation.In summer season, burning urine commonly occurs along with heat stroke.

Treatment:
The main disease because of which burning sensation occurs in the urinary passage has to be treated meticulously.
Gokshura, Ushira,Chandan and shilajitu help in treating this problem.

Gokshura and Chandanaprabhavati: Given in a dose of two tablets, three to four times a day, depending upon the seriousness of the disease. They not only reduce the burning sensation but also act as an antiseptic while being eliminated through the urinary tract. These can be used as both preventive and curative.
Chndanasava and Udhirasava: These medicines can be given to the patient in a dose of six teaspoonful after food, twice daily with equal quantity of water. They also have the antiseptic effect on the geneto-urinary tract.
Borax powder external wash

Pravala: it is considered to be extremely useful for the treatment of burning sensation in any part of the body. If the complaint is chronic, the patient has to be given pravala in a powder form. It is made to a powder by grinding with rose water. This is usually given in a dose of 0.5gms. Twice daily, mixed with milk.

Diet:
Hot spices are to be strictly avoided. The patient should take as much water as possible to drink.
Fresh lemon juice, fresh coconut water, orange juice, sugarcane juice, pineapple juice and carrot juice are extremely usefulThe person should be given fruits like apple, grapes, peaches and plums in a good quantity.30ml – juice of radish and its leaves should be given to the person.
Rice, ghee, milk and leafy vegetables are also very useful for the patient.

Other Suggestions:
Before going out in the sun, it is always advisable to take a glass or two of syrup prepared by boiling green mango and adding sugar to it. Jamun is a very useful fruit for this complaint. Two or three glasses of water mixed with gur should be taken early morning every day, during summer season.

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