Indigenous wisdom of Ayurvedic drugs to treat Urinary tract infections
Urinary tract infections (UTI) in all ages are related with high morbidity and long term difficulties. Use of antibiotics is useful in cases of UTI, consequently opposition of pathogenic microorganisms to antibiotics is of high clinical concern. According to Ayurveda drugs especially important components which have been utilized for the treatment of various diseases. The review paper highlighted different clinical studies and scientific studies which are useful to prove the adequacy of Ayurveda drugs against urinary tract infections. Ayurvedic drugs were reviewed in the current paper in the awake of evaluating their well being for the clinical condition like UTI. Ayurvedic medications showed good anti bacterial properties against both gram positive and negative microscopic organisms causing UTI. Other aspects are highlighted likewise mitigating, diuretic, cell reinforcement, nephroprotective and antiurolithiatic properties helpful in the administration of UTI and all medications are protected even in high dosages subsequently can be adequately utilized for UTI conditions. In this paper an attempt is made to highlight the research work of herbal drugs of Ayurveda which would be effective in the treatment of UTI.
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