Its use has been advocated in urinary discharge, strangury
, leukoderma, anaemia, hyperhidrosis, asthma and tumours.
Poor body condition score (BCS 4/9) and strangury
were also present.
Gout, polyuria, hemorrhagic diseases, fever, diuretic, piles, strangury
, renal hematoma, bladder neck stenosis, and hematuria.
5 Proppe et al, NA NA (3) 1984 Olsen, (22) 1984 Cystitis 1 Nochomovitz et Hematuria 5; 5 al, (8) 1985 Ro et al, (23) 1986 Hematuria 2; 4 Young et al, Hematuria 2 (24) 1987 Wick et al, Hematuria 3; 3 (25) 1988 Stark et al, Hematuria 3; 3 (26) 1989 Albores-Saavedra Hematuria, 3 (2-5) et al, (19) 1990 strangury
, dysuria Huang et al, NA NA (4) 1990 Hughes et al, Hematuria cystitis NA (27) 1991 Dietrick et Hematuria, dysuria 8; 4 al, (28) 1992 Lamovec et al, Dysuria 3.
When he details what his remarkable potion can cure, the diseases replicate the lists we find in Pliny or in the theriophilic literature that details human susceptibility to illness: "the mal caduco, cramps, convulsions, paralyses, epilepsies, tremor cordia, retired nerves, ill vapours of the spleen, stoppings of the liver, the stone, the strangury
, hernia ventosa, illiaca passio" (II.
Another study using a herbal formula that included Serenoa and Urtica reported a significant benefit, with special reference to an improvement of pain, urgency, strangury
and nocturia (night urination).
My continual sufferings from strangury
and dysentery are so great that nothing could augment them; but over and against them all I set gladness of mind at the remembrance of our past conversations.