Uva ursi tea 3-4 times daily is the most effective, but be careful with what you take with it. The hydroquinones produced by uva ursi work in an alkaline environment. If taking urinary acidifiers with the uva ursi such as juniper berry or cranberry juice will negate the effects of the uva ursi's hydroquinones:
Juniper berry is also very effective, but you have have to watch your blood sugar.since juniper berry will drop blood sugar. So taking it with a few crackers or something is a good idea.
Would juniper berry be a good way to moderate post prandial blood glucose since it lowers blood sugar?
This is one way, and there are many herbs that will help do the same thing. Here area few examples:
But if you are having a problem with elevated blood sugar chromium polynicotinate (not picolinate) would be my first choice. Chromium is responsible for keeping the insulin receptors open so the insulin can do its job properly: