Ginger is a flexible and versatile herbal remedy, and it can also help with symptoms of dysuria. Ginger can be ground into a paste, and then mixed with milk or water before consumed. This can have anti-inflammatory effects on the body, as well as immune system boosting, in case the painful urination is the result of an infection. Best of all, a combination of ginger and milk will also increase the frequency of urination, helping to keep your urinary tract clean, thus reducing the effects of dysuria.
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