Allen A71 Urinary Tract Infections (UTI) Drops
Indications of Allen A71 Urinary Tract Infections (UTI) Drops
The urinary tract is responsible for removing waste and excess water from the body. It consists of the bladder, the kidneys, the ureters, and the urethra. A Urinary Tract Infection (UTI) is an infection of any part of the urinary system.
Composition of Allen A71 Urinary Tract Infections (UTI) Drops
- Aconitum napelles 3x
- Belladonna Q
- Apis mellifica 3x
- Berberis vulgaris Q
- Borax 3x
- Chimaphila umbellate Q
- Clematis erecta 3x
- Equisetum hyemale 3x
- Cantharis 3x
- Sarsaparilla Q
- Lycopodium clavatum Q
- Sepia Q
- Staphysagria Q
- Nux vomica Q
Dosage of Allen A71 Urinary Tract Infections (UTI) Drops
Take 10 - 15 drops in half cup of water, 4 times a day.
Mode of action
Aconitum napelles 3x: Tenesmus and burning at neck of bladder. Burning in urethra. Renal region sensitive.
Belladonna Q:Incontinence, continuous dropping of urine which is Frequent and profuse. Inflammation of the kidneys with piercing burning pains in the lumbar region, returning periodically with increased severity.
Apis mellifica 3x: Burning in urine. Rash on skin. Puffiness and paleness of face. Pain in the head, back and limbs. Urine contains casts.
Berberis vulgaris Q:Gurgling or bubbling sensations in the kidneys, especially, left sided. Urine greenish, blood red, with thick slimy mucus. Colic pain radiating, shooting outwards, sticking, burning, smarting, sore, insensible to heat and cold
Borax 3x: Hot, smarting pain in orifice. Pungent smell. Child afraid to urinate, screams before urinating
Chimaphila umbellate Q:Constant pain in region of kidneys, urine scanty, dark, fetid, thick, with copious sediment. Strangury, constant desire to urinate.
Clematis erecta 3x: Frequent, scanty urination; burning at orifice. Urine emitted drop by drop.
Equisetum hyemale 3x: Frequent urging with severe pain at the end of urine. Urine flows only drop by drop. Sharp, cutting pain in urethra while urinating.
Cantharis 3x: Intolerable urging and tenesmus. Nephritis with bloody urine. Intolerable pains, cutting before, during, and after urine.
Sarsaparilla Q: Pain from right kidney downwards. Renal colic. Severe pain at the conclusion of urination.
Lycopodium clavatum Q: In calculi with pain shooting across lower abdomen from right to left. Red sand in urine.
Sepia Q: Involuntary urination, during first sleep. Chronic cystitis, slow micturition, with bearing-down sensation above pubis.
Staphysagria Q: Cystitis in lying-in patients. Ineffectual urging to urinate, Urging and pain after urinating. Burning in urethra during micturition.
Nux vomica Q:Ineffectual urging, spasmodic and strangury. Renal colic extending to genitals, with dribbling urine.