Tuesday 23 April 2024

GARLIC FOR UTI - etc / Side Effects / D MANNOSE


Garlic treats antimicrobial resistant urinary tract infections ...

Pharmaceutical Technology
https://www.pharmaceutical-technology.com › news

8 Jul 2015 — Garlic treats antimicrobial resistant urinary tract infections, says new study. 

Garlic can be toxic if consumed in very high doses, so supplementation should never go beyond 5% of the diet (total weight of all the food you eat)

Basically, if you ate 5 grams of garlic, make sure you also ate 95 grams of some regular food.

Do not take large doses of garlic when hungry or on empty stomach, it could become more toxic.

The garlic dosage for UTI that worked for some seems to be
 up to 9 garlic cloves a day, split into three equal doses. 

But some people say that one should not 
take more than 2 cloves per day)

Allicin suppressed E coli-induced urinary tract ...

National Institutes of Health (.gov)
https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov › ...

As a famous food and condiment, garlic (Allium sativum L.) is widely used in medicine, but its exact key targets in UTIs remain elusive.

Garlic - Stanford Children's Health

'Garlic is a natural blood thinner, so we shouldn't consume large quantities of garlic along with blood-thinning medicines like warfarin, aspirin etc. This is because the combined effect of blood thinning medication and garlic is dangerous, and it may increase the risk of internal bleeding.

'Pregnant women or lactating mothers should avoid eating garlic during this period as it may induce labour in pregnant women. Nursing mothers should avoid it as it alters the taste of milk.'

Can D-Mannose Treat or Prevent UTIs?

https://www.healthline.com › health › d-mannose-for-uti

D-mannose reduced UTI symptoms in women with an active infection. 

It was also more effective than the antibiotic for preventing additional infections.
Dosage · ‎Conclusion · ‎What is a UTI? · ‎Research on alternatives

Why d-Mannose May Be as Efficient as Antibiotics in ...

National Institutes of Health (.gov)
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov › articles › PMC8944421

by F Wagenlehner · 2022 · Cited by 3 — 
d-mannose is a monosaccharide 
D‐mannose is a sugar which is part of a normal diet 
and is believed to create a non‐stick surface on the bladder wall
, as well as around the ...

D-mannose: Uses, UTIs, benefits, and risks

Medical News Today
https://www.medicalnewstoday.com › articles

Some research suggests that the supplement D-mannose 
may be able to help treat urinary tract infections. 
D-mannose is a type of naturally occurring sugar.
What is D-mannose? · ‎D-mannose for UTIs · ‎Takeaway · ‎Cipro for UTIs


At 19 February 2023 at 00:32 , Blogger Unknown said...

You can't talk about effective health treatments if they aren't controlled by 'doctors'. These are controlled by 'witch doctors' so they must be banned. Immediately. Once the 'real' doctors in white coats get their mafioso hands on it, THEN it can be a proper health treatment.....

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