Bladder-eez helps flush, cleanse and restore bladder health naturally. It supports your natural defenses against UTIs (urinary tract infections) by helping to not let bad bacteria grow and reducing the frequency of UTIs.
Bladder problems can disrupt day-to-day life. When people have bladder problems, they may avoid social settings and have a harder time getting tasks done at home or at work. Common bladder problems include urinary tract infections, incontinence, and urine retention.
D-Mannose: a type of carbohydrate that occurs naturally in many fruits and vegetables, including apples, peaches, green beans, and broccoli.
An important part of human metabolism and urinary health, D-Mannose has been shown to bind to microorganisms and flush them from the urinary tract. It works by preventing bacterial adherence to urothelial* cells. The bacteria are then essentially eliminated by urination.
Cranberry fruit powder: (Vaccinium macrocarpon**) Native American Indians used to combat UTIs. Cranberry fruit contains PAC (anthocyanins, proanthocyanidis) *** and phenols. Combined they act as a natural plant defense system to target and fight off pathogens or harmful bacteria. Cranberries help fight UTIs by preventing pathogens from adhering to the bladder wall.
Vitamin C: ascorbic acid is an all-purpose and powerful vitamin that helps support the body in countless ways. It's an anti-oxidant that helps form connective tissue, maintain bones and blood vessels, and it may include protection against immune system deficiencies. The human body cannot product vitamin C; we only get it through our diets or supplementation.
Turmeric: (Curcuma longa) is a culinary spice used for centuries due to its medicinal value. As a probiotic, Turmeric can feed and support the good and necessary bacteria (probiotics) in the digestive system and urinary tract. Turmeric helps combat inflammation.
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*Epithelial cells are a type of cell that covers the inside and outside of the surfaces of your body. They are found on your skin, blood vessels, and organs, including your urinary tract.
**Common Name: American cranberry
***PAC (anthocyanins, proanthocyanidis) Anthocyanins are water-soluble glycosides and acylglycosides of anthocyanidins, which are polyhydroxy and polymethoxy derivatives of the 2-phenylbenzopyrylium (flavylium) cation (Figure 1) ( 7). Proanthocyanidins (PAs) are oligomeric and polymeric flavan-3-ols.https://pubs.acs.org/doi/10.1021/jf0486850#:~:text=Anthocyanins%20are%20water%2Dsoluble%20glycosides,polymeric%20flavan%2D3%2Dols.