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Commonly use homeopathic remedies in Urinary Complaint


Botanical Name: Hydrangea arborescens Linn

Family: Saxifragaceae
Common name: Seven barks
Habitat: United States
Parts used: Rhizome and roots
Alcohol percentage: 57- 61%v/v
Active constituents: Glycosides (hydrangin), saponins, resins, rutin, essential oil and flavonoids
Action: Diuretic, anti-lithic, sedative to cystic and urethral irritation
Clinical: Bladder catarrh, renal calculi, urethritis



  • A remedy for gravel, profuse of white amorphous salts in urine

  • Calculus, renal colic, bloody urine

  • Relieves distress from renal calculus, with soreness over region of kidneys and bloody urine

  • Acts on ureter, sharp pain in the loins-especially left

  • Spasmodic stricture

  • Burning in the urethra and frequent desire



Botanical Name: Ocimum canum sins.

Family: Labiatae
Common name: Brazilian alfavaca, Kalatulsi
Habitat: India, Sri Lanka, java, West Asia, Tropical, Africa, Madagascar, cultivated in America
Parts used: Leaf
Alcohol percentage: 79-81%v/v
Active constituents: Terpenoids, eugenol, thymol, and estragole
Action: Mild diuretic, smooth muscle relaxant, immunomodulator and nervine tonic
Clinical: Renal colic, albuminuria, renal calculi



  • Uric acid diathesis

  • Urine: Red sand in the urine, high acidity, odor of musk with crystals of uric acid

  • Renal colic, especially right side

  • “Turbid, thick, purulent urine, depositing a white and albuminous sediment with and intolerable smell of musk2Et

  • Renal colic (right and also left) with violent vomiting every fifteen minues

  • Saffron yellow urine

  • Red urine with brickdust sediment, after the attack


Botanical Name: smilax ornate Hook.f

Family: Liliaceae
Common name: Wild Liquorice
Habitat: Costa Rica, Mexico, Ecuador, Honduras, Peru and Jamaica
Parts used: Rhizome and root
Alcohol percentage: 48-52%v/v
Active constituents: Steroidal saponins, such as sarsasapogenin, which may mimic the action of some human hormones, Phytosterols, such as beta-sitosterol.
Action: Anti-inflammatory, diaphoretic, immunomodulator, dissolves renal calculi
Clinical: Renal calculi, cystitis, dysuria, enuresis, renal colic



  • Tenesmus with pressure on bladder and discharge of a white and turbid matter, mixed with mucous, severe pain at conclusion of urination with passage of blood

  • Child screams before and while passing urine and passes large quantity of sand

  • Urine dribbles while sitting passes freely when standing

  • Offensive smell of urine and genitals

  • Burning while passing urine with discharge of thread like elongated flakes in urine

  • Urine charged with gravel or small pebbles, also pus in urine

  • Pain and cramps in the bladder, with urging and burning. Frequent urging to urinate, with scanty and painless discharge

  • Urine pale, copious, sandy, bloody

  • Frequent discharge of pale copious urine, growing turbid on standing like clay water

  • Severe strangury as in case of stone, when discharging of white acrid turbid matter, with mucous


Botanical name: Berberis vulgaris Linn

Family: Berberidaceae
Common name: Barberry, Kashmal
Habitat: India, Europe and north of Asia
Parts used: bark of root
Alcohol percentage: 47-51%v/v
Active constituents: Berberine, oxyacanthine
Action: Antibacterial, anti inflammatory antioxidant, stimulates immune cells
Clinical: Renal calculi, renal colic, inflammation of kidneys, haematuria



  • Left side kidney’s stones with bubbling sensation

  • Inflammation of kidney, haematuria

  • Pain is the region of kidney, is most marked. Sticking pains radiating from abdomen to hips and groin. Pain radiating down the urethra

  • Frequent recurring, crampy, contractive pain or aching pains in the region of the bladder when it is either full of empty

  • Renal gravel, renal calculi

  • Urine with thick mucus and bright red meaty sediment. Pain in thighs and loins

  • Frequent urination. Urethra burns when not urinating


Botanical name: Chimaphila umbellata (Linn) Borton

Family: Ericaceae
Common name: pipsissewa
Habitat: Temperate Asia, North America, Canada, mexico, Japan, Siberia and Europe.
Parts used: whole plants
Alcohol percentage: 66-77%v/v
Active constituents: Chimaphilin (C24H21O4), arbutin(c24H32o14.H20),ericalin, ursone tannin, sugar gum resin
Action: Diuretic, removes irritation of urinary tract and kidneys, astringent, tonic
Clinical: Cystitis-acute and chronic, bladder stone, nephritis



  • Acute and chronic catarrh of and bladder

  • Urine: scanty urine, and loaded with ropy, muco-purulent sediment or brick colour copious bloody sediment

  • Inability to pass the urine without standing with the feet wide apart and the body inclined forward to pass the urine

  • Frequent urination at night, with increasing debility from stone in the bladder

  • Vesical tenesmus from prolapse or retroversion

  • Must strain before the urine comes

  • Prostatic enlargement

  • Sensation as if something fluttering within in the region of kidneys without any pain or uneasiness


Botanical Name: Senecio aureus Linn

Family: Compositae
Common name: Golden ragwort, Life root
Habitat: United States, north and west; found in swamps
Parts used: Whole plant
Alcohol percentage: 47-51%v/v
Active constituents: Pyrrolizidine alkaloid; florosenine, otosenine, floridanine, eremophilane sesquiterpenes
Action: Diuretic, anti-inflammatory, emmenagogue
Clinical: Haematuria, pyelitis, renal colic, nephritis, dysuria



  • Urine: Scanty, high colored, depositing a brick red sediment with much mucous and tenesmus is so much that patient cries in pain

  • Great heat and constant urging, nephritis

  • Irritable bladder of children with headache

  • Backaches of congested kidneys

  • Renal inflammation, attacking particularly right kidney causing intense pain, fever and great prostration

  • Haematuria, renal pain with nausea

  • Pyelitis, dull pain in kidneys, extending to ureters; great prostration, melancholy; of bladder with heat and urging; frequent urination, pains in the loin; bloody urine

  • Urging to urinate followed by chilliness; urine tinged with blood

  • Copious flow of urine; bloody urine; urging to urinate in the morning



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