Urinary Tract infections are just the worst. If you have an inflammatory disorder, you may find that you’re more prone to these pesky infections of the bladder, kidneys and urethra. Antibiotics are often worse than the Infection itself (hello candida ... we’re looking at you!) Why not give something else a try. Something a little more natural with a lot less nasty side effects.
You might be wondering: why use an oxymel over other herbal preparations?
Derived from the Greek word oxymeli, which translates to “acid and honey,” oxymel use has been documented since the age of Hippocrates as a means to use and extract herbs that are not so pleasant in flavor when taken through other methods (Hippocrates, 400 B.C.E.).
Both apple cider vinegar and raw honey are common allies that can be used to help treat & soothe infection and irritation of the urinary tract. When combined with Uva Ursi and Juniper two powerful UT protectors in their own right, this oxymel offers a potent, yet tasty alternative to candida friendly antibiotics
In the words of Hippocrates: “You will find the drink, called oxymel, often very useful… for it promotes expectoration and freedom of breathing” (Hippocrates, 400 B.C.E.).
How to use:
Add 1 TBSP to 300 ml water and drink in it’s entirety first thing in the morning, on an empty stomach. For stubborn infections drink 3 times daily until symptoms reside. Usually within 24-48 hours. Drink 300ml water EVERY time you urinate for the entire 24-48 hours.
The botanical materia medics, wares and recipes of this website are NOT INTENDED TO REPLACE THE SERVICES OF PHYSICIANS.
By all means see a physician when a condition requires his services.
There is ample proof that that botanical medicines have been used for thousands of years, and it is reasonable to believe that they were also used by primitive man to survive diseases, and the rigors of aging.
None of these products have been evaluated by the FDA.
Many botanicals offered at Starfish Honey are recognized in the United States and foreign pharmacopias. Many of them have been discarded for stronger, more certain, synthetic drugs, or other reasons.
Modern science is now reevaluating many of the old time botanicals, and searching jungles and distant places to seek remedies from aboriginal races.
The future of human medicine may very well rest in the methods of our ancient ancestors.