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Learn More About Bladder-Soothe™It would be difficult, time consuming and costly to take the correct amounts of herbs and enzymes individually, though it could be done. The research scientists at The Natural Bladder have worked diligently to put all of these ingredients, in exactly the correct ratios, into one capsule. The result is Bladder-Soothe™ - a proprietary, synergistic blend designed to provide maximal bladder comfort, promote healing and support the immune system for times when the bladder is in a state of recuperation. Not for steady extended usage.



Uva ursi: An extract of uva ursi is commonly used in Europe as a treatment for UTI’s. Uva ursi is actually approved in Germany for treatment of bladder infections. The glycoside arbutin is the active ingredient in uva ursi. It has been shown to kill bacteria in the urine. Arbutin has also been shown to increase the anti-inflammatory action of synthetic cortisone.

Astragalus: Shen Nung, a key figure in Chinese herbal medicine, categorized astragalus as a superior herb dating back to circa A.D.100. Astragalus is one of a variety of herbs approved in Germany as part of the therapy of people with UTI’s. There are numerous components to this herb, including polysaccharides, flavonoids, amino acids and triterpene glycosides. There have been early test tube studies indicating that astragalus may aid in restoration of immune activity in cancer patients.

Cranberry: Modern scientific research has confirmed what has been long used as a home remedy for bladder infections. Cranberry decreases the ability of certain bacteria to adhere or latch onto the wall of the bladder. This allows the body’s normal mechanisms to flush the bacteria out of the bladder. Cranberry also contains hippuric acid, a compound that has been found to have antibiotic activity. Many studies have shown the benefits of cranberry. A double-blind, randomized placebo controlled study by Dr. Lynn Stothers presented June, 2001 showed that women who took cranberry had a statistically significant decrease in symptomatic urinary tract infections over a year’s time.

Petroselini herba The controlled cultivation of this herb dates back to ancient Rome and it has been used in traditional Greek medicine as well as traditional Indian Ayurvedic medicine. It contains flavonoids, myristicin, polyynes and vitamins A and C. The German Commission E approved the use of petroselini for flushing out the urinary tract and the British Herbal Compendium approves its use for painful urination (dysuria).

Goldenrod Goldenrod exhibits anti-inflammatory, anti-microbial, astringent and diuretic properties. It has been used to promote the healing of wounds. It is used in Europe as a supportive treatment for bladder infections and irritations of the urinary tract. It is thought to help in washing out bacteria and may also directly soothe inflamed tissues and calm muscle spasms in the urinary tract.

Bromelain and Trypsin Bromelain is one of the few enzymes which are absorbed well by the body. It is an effective anti-inflammatory and is used for the treatment of bruises and sprains. The Commision E approved the use of bromelain for acute post-operative and post-traumatic conditions of swelling. It also appears to be effective in reducing episiotomy pain after childbirth. Bromelain, along with the enzyme trypsin was given in combination with antibiotics in a double-blind study. 100% of people who received bromelain / trypsin in combination with antibiotics had resolution of their infection, compared to only 46% of those who received antibiotics alone.

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