Cranberry is a natural antibiotic and contains a lot of vitamin C and vitamin A. Cranberry tea is used in folk medicine against inflammatory diseases of the urinary tract such as nephritis, pyelocystitis, and urethritis, as well as kidney and bladder stones.

Cranberries can help prevent urinary tract infections, especially those caused by the bacterium Escherichia coli. That is the most common and persistent urinary tract bacterium. It sticks to the walls of the urinary system, but with the consumption of cranberry juice, it can easily be disposed of with urine. Cranberries also help with destroying the bacterium Helicobacter.

This cranberry tea recipe helps with urinary tract infections and Escherichia coli:

In a 500 ml boiling pot, put 30 grams of dry cranberries and boil until the quantity is reduced to 250 ml. Then remove it from the fire, leave it to cool and then drain it. You should drink the whole amount from this tea, 30 minutes before a meal, and prepare it 3 times a day.

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