How I Treated Urinary Tract Infection With Ayurvedic Medicine


It all started, when I was flying from Hong Kong to India, 19th of October 2017.

In the plane I couldn’t find rest. Dani fall asleep. I felt more and more uncomfortable, a bit dizzy and nauseous. I had a feeling that there was not enough space and air.

I went to the toilet. While I have urinated, the pain spread throughout my body.
“That hurt soooo much !!!” – I screamed in my thoughts.
When I checked, I saw blood in the urine!!!

It was a second time that it happened to me. Last time was around one and a half year ago. At that time I couldn’t almost walk, the pain was so strong. I went to the hospital, where the doctor gave me a strong antibiotic. The problem was over almost immediately.

Before that I suffered maybe two times from a light urine infection, which was every time healed with conventional medicine, namely antibiotic. After taking a medicine within three days the pain disappeared.

What I already knew was: drink as much water as possible.

The incident with blood didn’t repeat. However, I had a lot of pain.

I figured out that water with lemon contributed to less pain.

visiting doctors in india

I was in India. I have to admit, it took me few days till I went to the first doctor and even more till I started to take prescribed medicines.

Firstly, I went to an emergency station in Cochin (the first city in India, where we had overnighted). The doctor asked for an urine sample for lab analysis. Unfortunately, in the close by laboratory the electricity went off. The monkey destroyed the nearby cables. Hahahaha

Secondly, I went to an emergency station in Holy Cross Hospital in Kottayam, Kollam, where I was able to make an urine test. As expected, I had an urinary tract infection (UTI). The doctor prescribed antibiotics: Norflox for 5 days, Flavoffree and Pantocid D for 3 days and Citralka syrup.


Norflox (norfloxacin) – It is used to treat urinary tract infections and gynecological infections. It is no longer available in U.S. according to its side effects.
Side effects: tendinitis, tendon rupture, peripheral neuropathy, central nervous system effects and exacerbation of myasthenia gravis. 1, 2

Flavoffree – I didn’t find any information about this drug.

Pantocid – doctors prescribe this medicine for the treatment of gastrointestinal conditions.
Side effects (common): nausea, headache, abdominal pain, constipation, flatulence, diarrhea.3, 4


I was reluctant to take antibiotics. Every time, when we take an antibiotic, it kills all bad bacteria in the place of issue, but together with it, the good bacteria dies. The immune system stops fighting against the disease, because the medicine have done the job. In this way the immune system becomes lazy and weak. In the consequence the problem repeats.

Secondly, destroying the bacterial flora is a risk for fungus. If that happens, and it happens more often than we realize, we have to deal with a big mess and it is not easy to get rid of.

For this reason, I decided not to buy antibiotics.


The moment I come back from the Holy Cross Hospital, I sit in front of my iPad and I made a research on YouTube about how the other girls were dealing with UTI.

Many of them had returning UTI. Some even every month. They took antibiotics at the beginning, but at some point they realized that they cannot take antibiotics forever. At the end all of them tried more natural approaches.

Most of the girls were talking about D-Mannose.

It is a simple sugar, which naturally occurs in cranberries and blueberries. This sugar goes directly to the blood and than to the kidney, bladder and urethra. The bad bacteria (especially E-coli) sticks into the D-Mannose molecules, instead of sticking into the walls of the urinary tract. In that way the bacteria go out with urine and we prevent UTI.5, 6, 7

Although that sounded really appealing, I didn’t know where to buy it. For this reason, on the next day, I went to an Ayurvedic Medicine hospital. The doctor talked with me for a while, saw the results of the urine test and prescribed an Ayurvedic medicine.


Njerinjil powder – 2-3 seeds boiled in 6 glasses of water for 6 min., drinking during the day.

Chandraprabha Vati Tablets – 2 tablets twice a day at least half an hour before eating, comminuted and mixed with the syrup below.

Brihatyadi kashayam Syrup – 3 teaspoons twice a day.

Ural Syrup – 3 times a day, two teaspoons.

Njerinjil – it is a herb, which has anti-fungal, anti-bacterial, and anti-inflammatory actions. It is useful as a general tonic and revitalizer for the liver, kidneys and urinary tract. It has also other attributes. No significant side effects found.8

Chandraprabha Vati – it is a tablet containing various Ayurvedic herbs. It is used to treat bladder-related disorders, urinary tract infections, muscle and joint pain and general weakness. It has anti-inflammatory, diuretic and muscle relaxant properties.
Side effects: when overused – burning sensation in abdomen. It is not recommended for high BP patients.9, 10

Brihatyadi kashayam – it is a syrup containing various Ayurvedic herbs. It is used in urinary system diseases, like dysuria, urinary tract infection and urinary calculi. Also it is helpful in gall stones. It has diuretic, anti-inflammatory, antibacterial and antilithiatic (meaning it prevents the formation of, or relieves the symptoms of kidney stones) actions.
Side effects: high BP patients should consult the doctor.11

Ural Syrup – it is an Ayurvedic product. It has lithotryptic actions (meaning it breaks down stone), diuretic and alkalizing properties. It helps control UTI and treat burning micturition (urination).
Safe even during pregnancy.12


After few days I stoped drinking Njerinjil as it was causing stomach pain (maybe I didn’t prepare it properly or the amount was too big. I didn’t dig too much to find the answer.

After 6 days of taking the rest of Ayurvedic medicines the pain didn’t decrease. Quite an opposite, it was stronger and included back pain, which could have been connected with kidneys. I would have to mention as well that I didn’t get a proper rest in that period of time. That could affect a lot the healing process.

It was after 11 days of taking medicines, when I started to feel improvement. No more back pain. Pain during urinating was visibly decreased. I was still taking the medicine for the next 6 days, till I finished all bottles and tablets. In the summary I took the medicine for around 17 days.

Three days after the medicine finished, I started to train intensively, meaning around 4 hours a day.

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One week later I had again pain while urinating. I was surrounded by Ayurvedic doctors. Immediately, they took care of me, giving me similar medicines as I received before.

River suspension (syrup) – 3 tea spoons x 3 times a day – similar to Ural syrup.

Chandraprabha-ps: 2 tablets (smashed to powder and mixed with hot milk) x 2 times a day (morning, evening).

Bottle of a drink prepared by an Ayurvedic doctor. It had a taste of nuts and tree bark. I was drinking it for 8 days.

I gave myself two days resting. The pain decreased immediately. I still took the medicine for almost one and a half week. Since than my problem was gone.


I cannot really make a proper conclusion regarding Ayurvedic treatment for UTI. The facts shows that the Ayurvedic treatment for UTI took a lot of time and pain. But, at the end it worked.

If I would have to treat UTI again, would I use Ayurvedic treatment? Yes, I would. However, I would definitely include resting into it. I was traveling. I couldn’t entirely focus on taking care of myself.

Later, I looked for an answer why at first I got an urinary tract infection and what other factors apart from medicines are important in an Ayurvedic treatment for UTI. This is what I found.

About The Author


Hello :) I am happy that you are here. Let me introduce myself. I am Basia. I am a cofounder of I was born in Poland in a small city close to a Baltic Sea. In 2013 I graduated MSc in Physiotherapy in Scotland. I am passionate about Movement, Traveling and Healthy Life. In 2016 I started an intensive training in Shaolin Kung Fu School in China. From that moment I decided to dedicate my life to explore and learn different movements from around the world. I love writing and sharing my experience and knowledge through articles. I hope you will enjoy reading my posts! Feel free to comment and ask questions.


  1. Shubham

    Hi, I reached to your web site while searching for Ayurvedic Treatment for UTI. After reading the article. I guess chandraprabha vati helps much. My girlfriend has UTI and she’s suffering everyday.

    • Basia

      Yes, chandraprabha vati tablets help a lot. But I think mix of all these medicine plus drinking a lot of warm water (with lemon), resting, using proper hygiene products is the best solution. Also if she has returning UTI she can use as a prevention D-Mannose powder. I used it after the Ayurvedic treatment few times, just when I had a slight feeling that something may be not right with my Urine Tract. Also, check this article, which gives you more details about how to deal with UTI

      Hope your girlfriend will get better!

  2. ayurvedic medicine for uti

    Ayurveda is the best way to cure from UTI permanently. Thank you for sharing tips for UTi.

    • Basia

      Well, I don’t know if it is the best way 😉 But it is worth trying and give it a time to heal. After around 8 months since the Ayurvedic treatment I started to train intensively again in China, I got UTI again. It was not that strong as I experienced in India, but the pain was there. Immediately I went to the Natural Chinese Medicine Doctor. He prescribed me Chinese herbs. After 2 days the pain was completely gone. So I would say wherever you are in the world, find a natural way to treat your UTI. Chinese medicine worked as well. Now it is already one year since I didn’t have UTI. As I wrote in the previous comment I also use sometimes D-Mannose as a prevention, but the need comes very rarely 🙂

  3. sagar

    which chinese medicine did you took. please tell me there names and dosage i have uti from last 5 years

    • Basia

      Hey Sagar, I don’t know the herbs that the Chinese medicine doctor prescribed me. But, he checked my pulse and tongue and based on that and my story he chose the proper herbs. So I would recommend you to just go to the Chinese Medicine Doctor and get yourself diagnose. The herbs I received were not only for the urinary tract infection but they were based on diagnosis that the doctor made. Good luck!

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