Bilberry: German researchers found that Hypericum acid, chemical in blueberry attacks bacteria and urinary tract infections fighting, cystitis, inflammation of the kidneys and water retention. The Journal of the American Medical Association, shows that 73% of those with recurrent urinary tract infection obtained a significant improvement with the use of bilberry. Also it helps reducing the painful urinary incontinence odor that attracts such a problem. Dandelion: Some of the traditional uses of this plant are fighting kidney stones and bladder infections and urinary tract. It is a mild diuretic that contains potassium in high concentration, thus eliminating the deficiency of this mineral when taking diuretics. It is also an excellent source of boron, calcium and silicon, three essential for the regeneration of bone minerals. Uva Ursi: This plant is recommended by the popular tradition as an aid in cases of cystitis and prostatitis. Several photochemical in this plant, especially Arbutin, are powerful aids in urinary tract disorders, cleansing and fighting bacteria, avoid water retention, it promotes excretion, relieves inflammation kidney and bladder. Sarsaparilla: In traditional herbal knowledge is known as a diuretic, which helps fight infections and inflammation of the urinary tract. It is also considered an excellent blood purifier. Palo Taray: Traditionally used to maintain healthy kidneys and bladder. Grama: Herbal medicine used to fight kidney stones, it helps kidneys and urinary tract inflammation. Help against the low secretion of urine, fluid retention in the body. It is also aid in infections and skin rashes caused by blood impurities. Horsetail: Contains Equisetonin, a diuretic and urinary antiseptic incontinence. Useful in traditional calculations use to combat infections and kidney inflammation, bladder infections, bedwetting and urethritis. Helps against urinary retention and low urine. Also aid in prostate problems. Parsley: He is credited by traditional knowledge relieving bloating and breast tenderness caused by premenstrual fluid that has accumulated. This plant contains two chemicals, Apiol and Myristicin, a significant diuretic action. It is excellent in treating kidney and bladder stones, gravel, urinary tract infections. Corn stigmas: In herbal medicine have traditionally been used to combat inflammation of the kidneys, burning bladder and low urine, swelling due to fluid retention, premenstrual tension, inflammation and urinary tract infections, prostatitis, cystitis. Instructions for use: Take 20 drops in half glass of water, three times a day.