Palak Notes UTI Relief with D-Mannose and Cranberry | Supports Immunity | Manage Recurrent Infections | Supports Urinary Health | Vanilla Flavoured
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Do you constantly itch your vaginal area or feel self-conscious when you're around friends or family? If so, you should take your hygiene and vaginal health very seriously.
Urinary tract infections are among the most common clinical bacterial infections in women, accounting for nearly one-quarter of all infections. More than half of all women develop a UTI and UTI symptoms at some point in their lives, and what are we doing in the name of the treatment?
Antibiotics! But do you even know what are you doing to your body in the name of treatment? Bacteria become antibiotic-resistant after a continued or regular intake of antibiotics, and recurring infections then become a major concern.
The symptoms of a UTI can be very unpleasant, and they are frequently a source of health problems for some people, particularly women.
However, there are a variety of non-antibiotic treatments for UTIs that can prevent microbial invasion from coming back on a regular basis.
Are you aware that one of the most well-liked natural cures for UTIs is cranberry juice? It seems that the high D-mannose content of cranberries accounts for their effectiveness in treating UTI symptoms. A valuable anti-infective agent, d-mannose, a simple sugar related to glucose, can prevent bacteria from adhering to cells and flush them out of the body.
Now you must be wondering how can sugar benefit and act as a protective agent right? D-mannose being a simple sugar helps enhance the development of beneficial bacteria in your gut and enhances bladder health without impairing your blood sugar levels.
Supplementing for one won't always help the other because the types of healthy bacteria in the vagina and gut/colon are not exactly the same.
Now your question would be “Does this imply that you require 2 different probiotics to attain balance”? Let’s discuss this below.
Who can take it?
- Prevents Urinary Infections
- Fights Low Immunity
- Improves Urinary Tract Health
- Manages Recurrent Bladder Infections
Features and Details
-D-mannose has the capacity to combat and prevent recurring UTIs. It functions by preventing germs, particularly E. coli, from sticking to the urinary tract's walls.
-Cranberry Extract prevents the growth and colonization of bacteria that cause UTI infections which sometimes includes stomach ache or blood in the urine.
-Lactobacillus Rhamnosus & Lactobacillus Reuteri Blend help in preventing recurring yeast infections that can cause painful urination, vaginal burning, and discharge
-Hibiscus Extract has abundant anti-oxidative properties that could help fight bacterial infections in the Urinary Tract.
-Goldenrod Grass Extract strengthens or boosts the effectiveness of medications like antibiotics for a urinary tract infection.
-Coneflower Extract is known for its anti-viral and antioxidant effects that boost immunity, relieve pain, and reduces inflammation.
Q1. Is UTI Relief supplement Vegetarian or Non-Vegetarian?
UTI Relief is formulated with Cranberry Extract, D-mannose, Hibiscus Extract, Goldenrod Grass Extract, and Coneflower Extract and contains no animal product. It is a Vegetarian Supplement.
Q2. How should I take it?
Start taking half scoop in the morning and half a scoop in the afternoon respectively in 150ml of water.
Q3. I get frequent infections, can I take UTI Relief?
Yes, UTI Relief not only prevents UTIs but works on Overall Immunity. It has powerful Antioxidants like Hibiscus and Cranberry Extracts. It helps boost your immunity.
Q4. Why Palak Notes’ UTI Supplement?
Our UTI Relief supplement is made in the Liposomal form of D-mannose which directly reaches the target. Its absorption and assimilation are easier in the body
D Mannose: According to research, supplemented D-mannose may be a promising alternative or complementary remedy, particularly as a prophylaxis for recurrent UTIs. D-mannose, when excreted in the urine, may prevent Escherichia coli, the primary causative organism of UTIs, from attaching to the urothelium and causing infection.
Drinking water supplementation of D-mannose has been reported to treat liver-related diseases.
Cranberry Extract: Cranberries have traditionally been used to prevent urinary tract infections (UTIs). Cranberries contain a substance that can prevent bacteria from adhering to the bladder walls. This may aid in the prevention of bladder and other UTIs.
The most significant benefit of cranberries is their ability to cleanse the body of bacteria, fight infections, and improve the body's ability to heal wounds.
Daily cranberry supplementation is thought to reduce diabetes side effects.
Cranberry, which has long been used to treat urinary tract infections, is now showing promise against Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori), the bacteria that causes stomach ulcers.
Cranberries help to prevent gum disease by limiting the ability of gum disease-causing bacteria to adhere to your teeth and gums. They also reduce the amino acids required by bacteria to survive.
Lactobacillus Rhamnosus & Lactobacillus Reuteri Blend: Considering supplementation of both Lactobacillus Rhamnosus & Lactobacillus Reuteri during and after antibiotic use can aid in the restoration of healthy gut bacteria, as antibiotics frequently kill them along with harmful bacteria.
Goldenrod Grass Extract: Goldenrod is most commonly used as a supplement for urinary health and also helps in reducing inflammation. It also helps treat pain and inflammation, as a diuretic to increase urine flow and stop muscle spasms. It is also used to treat gout, rheumatism, arthritis, eczema, and other skin conditions.
Hibiscus Extract: A scientific study also confirmed that an ethanolic extract of Hibiscus Extract has a significant hypolipidemic effect.
The use of Hibiscus extract on a daily basis reduced systolic and diastolic blood pressure.
The extract was found to be effective in lowering serum cholesterol, triglycerides, and the low-density lipoprotein/high-density lipoprotein (LDL/HDL) ratio.