6 Efficient Home Remedies for Dysuria

by Meenakshi Nagdeve last updated -

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The best home remedies for dysuria include the use of coriander, cardamom powder, carrot juice, ginger, wheat, barley, and plenty of water in different forms. The home remedies for dysuria should be effective at an early stage, but if it is a continuous problem, it is better to consult a specialized doctor.

Home Remedies for Dysuria

Let us look at the most effective home remedies for dysuria.


The regular intake of water is very important and it helps in curing dysuria by increasing the amount and frequency of urination, thus making the internal system cleaner. Make sure you consume at least 3-4 liters of water every day.


Drink carrot juice at least once a day, as it helps the flow of urine, along with reducing the pain and burning sensation. Drinking carrot juice in the mornings is recommended.

Fresh and sweet carrots on a wooden table


Ginger paste in mild milk once a day can also help prevent dysuria. If you do not like drinking milk, then you can try ginger paste along with honey as well. However, make sure the intake of this mixture is not more than once per day.


This is the best and the simplest remedy for dysuria. For best results, you can add black pepper powder or cumin seed powder to a glass of buttermilk and drink it at regular intervals. 2 to 3 times a day is recommended.


Cardamom powder, along with mild or lukewarm milk, can also help prevent dysuria. It helps reduce the pain and gives relief to the patient.

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Mash coriander seeds and boil them in water for about 5 minutes. Strain this mixture and have it between your meals, but not immediately before or after your meal. Keep a gap of at least 2 hours. One can also make use of coriander leaves if seeds are not available.

There are a few things that should be taken care of while suffering this painful health condition, which includes:

  • Spicy and oily food should be completely avoided, especially at dinner time.
  • Excessive alcohol, smoking, or the intake of caffeine should be avoided.
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Meenakshi Nagdeve, Co-Founder, Organic Facts is a health and wellness enthusiast and is responsible for managing it. She has completed the Nutrition And Healthy Living Cornell Certificate Program, Cornell University, US. She holds a Post Graduate Diploma in Management from IIM Bangalore and B. Tech in Metallurgical Engineering and Materials Science from IIT Bombay. Prior to this, she worked for a few years in IT and Financial services. An ardent follower of naturopathy, she believes in healing with foods. In her free time, she loves to travel and taste different types of teas.

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