Herbal Tea Recipe for Inflammation of the Bladder and Urethra

Cystitis is the Inflammation of the bladder. Urethritis is the inflammation of the urethra. Symptoms include a strong urge to urinate, a burning sensation, pelvic pain, it may be worse when the bladder is full, blood in urine, cloudy and strong-smelling urine. The inflammation is usually caused by a bacterial infection, and it’s called urinary tract infection (UTI) or lower urinary tract infections. It commonly occurs in young to middle-aged women.

Recipes for the treatment of lower urinary tract infections

Pick one from the two recipes. You may try the 2. at another time.


  • 3 parts Kinnikinnick leaf (Kind of Bearberry)
  • 3 parts Smooth rupturewort


  • 2 parts Kinnikinnick leaf
  • 2 parts Smooth rupturewort
  • 2 parts Parsley
  • 2 parts White Birch leaf
  • 2 parts Common horsetail

Use one tablespoon of the blend of herbs for a cupful of tea. Pour 250 ml (cupful) of boiling water on the blend. Cover and leave it to stand for 5 minutes.

Dosage: Drink one cup of tea daily until your symptoms persist, but no longer than one month.

The numbers in the recipes represent the weight ratios or units; e.g., grams(g), drams(dr), ounces(oz), etc.

Use a kitchen scale to measure each type of herbs.

To mix the measured herbs, use a plastic bowl.

Keep your compound in an airtight container.