Healing Cranberry for Women is the All-Natural treatment of choice for Urinary Tract Infection. Approved by Health Canada.
Stress, pregnancy, and the use of drugs such as birth control and antibiotics can make the body more susceptible to infection. A warning sign of a urinary tract infection (UTI) is the need to urinate frequently, accompanied by an unpleasant burning sensation during urination. Serious infections can cause damage to your urinary tract and kidneys if left untreated.
Signs & Symptoms of Cystitis:
⦁ Burning or stinging when passing urine
⦁ Need to pass urine more often
⦁ Passing only small amounts of urine at a time
⦁ Fever, feeling unwell, chills, vomiting
⦁ Discoloured, smelly or cloudy urine
⦁ Pain in lower stomach or lower back
In over 90% of cases of bladder and kidney infection Escherichia coli (E. coli) is the culprit. E. coli are normally considered to be friendly bacteria when they are confined to our intestinal tract but when they travel to the urinary tract they are anything but friendly.
E. coli have small, sticky, finger like projections that attach to the cells lining the urethra, bladder and kidneys. These sticky projections on the E. coli cell walls are called lectins and they enable the E. coli to work their way deeper and deeper into the urinary tract where they colonise and cause troubling urinary tract infections.
Urinary Tract Infection: Prevention
To prevent cystitis proper hygiene is essential. Do not use scented or coloured toilet paper or feminine hygiene products. Douches, lubricants, latex condoms, spermicides and seminal fluid can also cause bladder irritation. For women, always wipe from front to back when using the toilet and both partners should urinate as soon as possible after sexual intercourse. Wear breathable cotton underwear. Exercise the bladder by contracting the bladder muscles as you would to stop the flow of urine. Repeat this several times a day.
Dietary interventions to prevent cystitis include drinking 2-2.5 litres of filtered water or unsweetened cranberry juice daily. This flushes the urinary tract. Carrot and watermelon juices also flush the urinary tract. Eat garlic for its antibacterial properties. Avoid spicy foods, acidic foods, refined carbohydrates, sugar in all forms, coffee, black tea, tomatoes, spinach and yeast because they may irritate the bladder. For interstitial cystitis maintain an alkaline diet.
Healing Cranberry for Women:
Cranberry juice has long been used in herbal medicine to help prevent UTI. Modern studies have confirmed that cranberry reduces the frequency and severity of urinary tract infections, possibly by preventing the bacteria from adhering to cell walls, so infection cannot begin. Most cranberry juice available on the market is heavily sweetened and diluted with other juices to disguise the natural bitter taste, reducing the potency and therefore the usefulness. A high-quality supplement provides the benefits of cranberry juice without the unnecessary additives or calories, no unnecessary extra calories and tooth-friendly.
Cranberry Concentrate capsules are a convenient way of obtaining the benefits of cranberry juice. It takes over 8 pounds of whole cranberries to produce 1 pound of Cranberry Concentrate powder. Each BioParanta high potency cranberry capsule “Healing Cranberry for Women” is equivalent to 20 grams fresh cranberries, the highest level of any supplement (most therapeutic dose). Healing Cranberry for Women does not kill bacteria. Instead it allows the unfriendly bacteria to be easily flushed out of the body with the urine.