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Standard dosage during the first 1 - 3 months of use: 6 capsules daily;
maintenance dose for long-term use: 1 -2 capsules daily at mealtimes.
Suitable for diabetics. Not intended for children.
For optimal compatibility, free of yeasts, milk and wheat products, preservatives, and dyes. Gelatin-free, 100% vegan. Free of genetically modified raw materials.
Cranberries play an especially important role in preventing infection. Like health police, they block dangerous bacteria as they work. With special ingredients such as proanthocyanidines or tannins, they prevent, among other things, coli bacteria from adhering to the mucous membrane cells of the urinary tract.
The bacteria are thus simply rinsed out of the bladder with the urine. Scientists confirm the positive effects of the fruit. People who take cranberries as a prophylactic, suffer urinary tract infections up to 40% less often.
D-Mannose. This botanical ingredient is said to have a similar effect; it is mainly found in manna, the sweet juice of the southern Italian manna ash. Most bacteria that cause bladder and urinary tract infections come from the digestive tract. They cling to body cells with their feelers. D-mannose binds up the feelers of the bacteria. Deactivated in this way, they lose their grip and are simply eliminated.
The positive effect of pumpkin seeds in the prevention of, and in support of treatment of, irritable bladder, bladder infections, weak bladder, or later urinary incontinence was already well known to our ancestors. Of the many types, only the “Cucurbita pepo styriaca”, which is a food pumpkin that is grown in Styria, Burgenland, Lower Austria, Hungary, and Slovenia, develops this effect.
L-Methionin is a sulfuric amino acid that is essential to the body. It is used in synthesis, signaling, and to break down many materials. It also prevents infections of the urinary tract. Urine is made more acidic, and bacterial growth is checked. In addition, it promotes the dissolving of urinary stones and prevents their recurrence.