Symptoms of a urinary tract infection may include: burning sensation when urinating, repeated urination in small quantities, fever, chills, sore back, pain in the lower part of the stomach, vomiting, dark urine, cloudy or foul-smelling urine.
Until recently bladder infection (also known as cystitis), were prescribed exclusively an antibiotic treatment. The problem with antibiotics is that they may temporarily solve different problems while inducing others such as the destruction of good intestinal flora leading to the appearance of candidiasis, or other fungal infections. In addition, antibiotics are not effective against E. Coli bacterium.
E. coli attaches with tentacles to the wall of the urinary tract and then develops into colonies that migrate along the wall, reaching up to the kidneys.
In over 90% of urinary tract infection cases, the bacteria is Escherichia coli (E. coli). This bacterium possesses tentacles that attach to the walls of the urethra, bladder and kidneys. With tentacles growing E. coli migrates up the urinary tract where they form colonies, giving rise to massive infections.
D-mannose is a substance found naturally in Cranberry fruits but only in small quantities.
D-Mannose attaches to E. coli tentacles that loose adherence to the urinary tract walls and is eliminated through urine flow. During the treatment it is useful to increase the flow of urine by drinking more liquids.
Uriseptin also contains a diuretic in a x4 concentrated extract form of Canadian Juniperus (Juniperus Communis).
Over 99% of cases of urinary tract infections can be resolved by Uriseptin, without administering antibiotics. If the infection is complicated by other bacteria besides E. coli it is recommended to associate with: Goldenseal Coptis C.
- extracted from resin from Betula Pendula
|Juniperus Communis (juniper)
It does not contain: dairy products, eggs, artificial preservatives, dyes, artificial sweeteners, ferments, wheat, gluten, corn.
Recommended way of use: 2 capsules per day or as advised by your healthcare provider.
- Administer with enough fluids.
- Use for a minimum of 4 weeks.
- Consult your doctor before use if you are pregnant or breast-feeding.
- Consult your doctor if symptoms persist after 4 weeks.
- Consult your doctor before use if you take blood thinners, if you suffer from kidney stones or severe renal insufficiency (contraindications to diuresis).