A Natural Cure for Cat Cystitis

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A Natural Cure for Cat Cystitis
Find a natural cure for cat cystitis. (cats image by vb_photo from Fotolia.com)

Cat cystitis, a condition of Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disease, is caused by the irritation and inflammation of your cat's urinary bladder. This disease causes small crystals to form in the urinary tract wall, thereby creating pain, frequent urination and blood in the urine. If your cat suffers from cystitis, there are natural cures that can alleviate the problem.

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Cantharis

Cantharis is made from the Lytta Vesicatoria beetle that is found in Asia, Spain and France. It will remove the pain during urination caused by cystitis. This herb is most effective when there is blood in the urine. It comes in pellet-shaped tablets that are readily disolved in your cat's mouth if she will not swallow them.

Chimaphila

Chimaphila, also known as Spotted Wintergreen, was originally used by some North American Indians to cure different ailments, including urinary disorders. It contains hydroquinones which can disinfect the urinary tract. Chimaphila is especially effective in the treatment of inflammation of the urinary system.

Nux Vomica

Nux Vomica is made from the seeds of a tree that is found in Thailand, China, and India. It controls spasms and constrictions which makes it a good natural cure for cystitis in cats. Also, it aids in controlling the frequent urination associated with cystitis.

Uva Ursi

Uva Ursi is an effective antiseptic and disinfectant. It's antiseptic properties kill bacteria and promote regular urination. Also, it flushes germs out of your cat's urethra before they can move upward into the tubes of the bladder.

Golden Rod

Golden Rod is a perennial that is mostly found in North America. It is a natural cure choice for urinary problems, including cystitis in cats. It works by reducing urinary inflammation and reducing spasms in the urinary tract. Also, it helps to increase the flow of urine, thereby washing out bacteria from the urinary tract.

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