Curing a UTI (Urinary Tract Infection) with Oregano Oil

Urinary Tract Infection noun
Infection of any part of the urinary tract, esp. the urethra or bladder, usually caused by a bacterium, Escherichia coli, and often precipitated by increased sexual activity, vaginitis, enlargement of the prostate, or stress. Abbreviation: UTI

Oregano oil: Twice a day, for three days, ingest 2-3 drops, diluted in a mind oil such as olive oil, or juice (undiluted, it will burn your mouth!). When I did it, I felt relief after the first day, but just as with antibiotics, it’s important to take it for the full three days to ensure the responsible bacteria have been killed off.

While I have read that this is sufficient all on it’s own to rid one of a UTI, the other thing I feel worth mentioning is that I threw in a clove or 2 of raw chopped garlic into my meals during those days, and the occasional glass of unsweetened, undiluted cranberry juice. It’s doubtful that garlic & cranberry on their own would be enough to solve the problem, but I feel that simple combinations are highly effective in targeting these sort of bacterial issues.

It’s been years since I had one, and I found that simply staying well hydrated is enough to prevent them. Urine after all, is sterile, and peeing flushes out whatever bacteria may have made their way up there.

The traditional treatment is of course antibiotics, which as you may have already gathered, I have a very low opinion of. As a matter of fact it was the treatment of a UTI which landed me in the hospital over 10 years ago, when a doctor was too lazy to write out a clear prescription, the pharmacy stupidly misinterpreted how many days-worth I should receive despite certain syntactical conventions to guard against these sort of things, and I, in my naive and unquestioning faith in western doctor’s & medicine, did not question it. (The scribble which should have been “3D,” or “3 days” was interpreted as “30,” or “30 days”), Around day 17 I got terribly sick and went to the hospital where the mistake was discovered. A week later my body seemed to develop a delayed allergic reaction, and I was hospitalized with a swollen face, a full-body rash and overwhelming fatigue, which was treated with corticosteroids and antihistamines, and took me a month to recover from. Hence the anti-antibiotic sentiments you will find sprinkled throughout the site.

7 Responses to “Curing a UTI (Urinary Tract Infection) with Oregano Oil”

  1. Natural remedies can often do the trick when it comes to successfully treating UTI. However, it might be necessary for you to treat the urinary tract infection with antibiotics if the natural remedies do not work fast enough. An appointment with your doctor will be best in determining the amount of time you should use a natural remedy before antibiotics need to be proscribed

  2. Sean Kaur says:

    I love the smell and taste of Oregano when added in some recipes.’;-

  3. LK says:

    Yes, I may try the remedy. But occasionally have severe UTI’s with blood in the urine and extreme pain that puts me in the hospital by day 2 if not taken care of immediately. So while the natural remedy may be effective for mild cases, I’m not so sure about extreme ones.

  4. Anna Penn says:

    I was just diagnosed with UTI but I have no pain just traces of blood in the urine. My doctor referred my to Urologist next weeek. They told me it could be anything from nothing to kidney stones to bladder cancer
    I will try this natural remedy and will post the result.

  5. Crissy says:

    The oregano oil I found was already in olive oil . How many drops will I need?

  6. The Macrobiotic Stoner says:

    Crissy – if the oil states the %olive oil & %oregano oil, you could figure it out with the following equation: (100 / %oregano oil) x dosage. However I’d try to get the pure 100% oregano oil if you want to follow the method described – that’s what I used and worked for me, I don’t know how it would work with a combination oil like the one you have.

  7. herra kassandra egpit says:

    It that true that this study is proven?

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