Herbs to Avoid with Urinary Tract Infections

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Some herbs may irritate the urinary tract (Table 23.4). The most commonly used herb on this list is coffee. The herbs in this category may worsen the

TABLE 23.3. Herbs with Possible Sedating Effects

Balm

Ginseng, Asian

St. John's wort

Barberry

Ginseng, Siberian

Sage

Black cohosh

Goldenseal

Sassafras

Calamus

Gotu kola (hydrocotyle)

Scullcap

Calendula

Henbane

Shepherd's purse

California poppy

Hops

Stinging nettle

Capsicum (cayenne)

Jamaican dogwood

Valerian

Catnip

Kava kava

Wild carrot

Celery

Lavender

Wild lettuce

Chamomile

Lemon balm

Withania (ashwagandha)

Couchgrass

Motherwort

Yerba mansa

Elecampine

Passionflower

TABLE 23.4. Herbs That May Irritate the Urinary Tract

Asiatic dogwood

Asparagus

Buchu

Celery

Cinnamon

Coffee

Cola nut

Copaiba oleoresin

Cubeb

Dill seed

Eucalyptus

Fragrant sumach

Guarana

Horseradish

Juniper berries

Lovage

Myrrh gum

Parsley

Pennyroyal

Pine needles Rue

Sandalwood

Sassafras

Thyme Watercress Yellow cedar Yerba mansa effects of UTIs, which occur frequently in some women with MS. In addition, frequent use or high doses of these herbs may irritate the urinary tract even when an infection does not exist (4).

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