Urinary tract infections are a serious medical problem that affects a large number of people. Urinary bladder infections are the most frequent, and their symptom is frequent, difficult and painful urination, accompanied by prickling sensation in the urethra. Urine is turbid and darker in colour. Infections may also be more severe, with higher temperature. Sinekolin herbal drops are recommended for the treatment of urinary tract infections as well as for the soothing of symptoms of urinary organ infections and disturbances of the urinary tract function, in addition to the therapy prescribed by doctor.
Sinekolin herbal drops contain barberry root bark (Berberidis radicis cortex), which has strong antibacterial properties, against some species, such as E. coli, Streptococcus viriclans, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Salmonella typhi, Sarcina flava, Serratia sp. and Providentia stuardii. It has been determined to have antimycotic effect on species Candida albicans, Candida tropicalis and Candida pseudotropicalis. Its bacteriostatic effect on Escherichia coli is especially worth mentioning.
Escherichia coli, the most frequent agent of urinary tract infection, ties itself to the epithelium of urinary system with its fringes (fimbriae), creating a protective membrane and is thus very resistant to antibiotic therapy. Active substance isolated from barberry root bark prevents fringe development, in this way enabling the efficient removal of E. coli from the urinary system.
Some of the other ingredients of Sinekolin herbal drops are birch leaf (Betulae folium), which helps the secretion of urine and acts as an antibiotic and bearberry leaf (Uvae ursi folium), which acts anti-infectiously and disinfects the urinary tract.
Thus the use of Sinekolin herbal drops is an excellent choice in the treatment of infections of urinary bladder and kidneys.
Use: drink 30 drops 3 times a day. Drink with a little fluid, irrelevant of meal. Not recommended for pregnant women and children under 12 years.
The most common agents of urinary tract infections are bacteria E. coli and Enterococcus. These bacteria are normally found in the human intestines. When the immunity drops or some other disorder occurs, they can transfer to the urinary tract where they cause infective changes. In addition to anti-microbe therapy, use of Sinekolin herbal drops is recommended because they supplement the action of antibiotics.
It is also necessary to follow the general precaution rules:
- drink sufficient amount of fluids
- urinate frequently
- do not wear tight clothes on the lower part of the body
- shower instead of soaking in the bath tub
- urinate after sexual intercourse.