Clinicians Bladder Support
Bladder Support Benefits-Clinicians Bladder Support is a research based formula that discourages harmful bacteria from sticking to the walls of the urinary tract so they can be excreted with the urine
-D-Mannose is quickly absorbed for rapid results, then moves into the blood stream and is then excreted via the kidneys
-The pure D-Mannose powder format allows for cost effective variable dosing for all age groups
-It can be used to support urinary tract health in individuals who experience frequent urinary tract imbalances
-Suitable for use in pregnancy, when breastfeeding and for children
-Can be used alongside conventional medicines
Bladder Support Features
-D-Mannose is a natural carbohydrate sugar naturally produced in the body and is also found in fruits such as cranberries, peaches, apples, oranges and blueberries
-Bacteria preferentially bind to D-Mannose, which aids their removal in the urine
-Pleasant tasting and non toxic with no side effects
-Provides cost effective flexible dosing for all age groups
-A natural alternative to support urinary tract health
Adults: Take 2 level 1.25ml measures (using the spoon provided) in water every 3 to 4 hours during waking hours for 48 hours. Thereafter, take half to one measure once or twice daily for 3 additional days.
Children 4 years and over: Take 1 level 1.25ml measure (using the spoon provided) in water every 3 to 4 hours during waking hours, for 48 hours. Thereafter, take 1/4 to half a measure once or twice daily for 3 additional days.
Active Ingredients in 2 level 1.25ml metric spoonsful:
Precautions & Contraindications
Diabetics: The D-Mannose in Clinicians Bladder Support is not metabolized or used by the body to produce energy, it may however cause a small transient increase in blood sugar levels, which should rapidly return to normal after the individual has ceased taking this product.
When to consider antibiotics: If symptoms do not show significant improvement within 24-48 hours (10% of cases) when taking Clinicians Bladder Support, the bacteria E.coli may not be the cause, consult a health professional as antibiotic therapy may be required.
Pregnancy & Breastfeeding: Considered safe and well tolerated to use during these times.
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