FIGHT BACK AGAINST UTI'S!!!
Stop the cycle of one UTI right after another. Don't just wait until they happen, take an antibiotic, and then have another one a short time later. Be proactive and prevent UTI's in the first place!CLINICALLY PROVEN
Scientific studies have consistently shown that the proper type and amount of cranberry extract is effective in preventing urinary tract infections in a variety of patient populations. Research has proven that the active ingredient in cranberries is proanthocyanidins, or PACs
, and that 36 mg is the required amount
to be effective in the urinary tract. CRANTEC ULTRA™ CONTAINS 36 MG PAC IN A SINGLE CAPSULE CLICK LINK BELOW TO PURCHASE CRANTEC ULTRA™ORDER NOW
CranTec Ultra is specially formulated for strength and purity.TWO MONTH SUPPLY
Each bottle contains a two month supply of CranTec Ultra™You would have to take 172 capsules of the typical cranberry supplement to get the power of 1 capsule of CranTec Ultra!OUTSTANDING VALUE
To get the required 36 mg PAC each day, CranTec Ultra™ costs less on a daily basis than other cranberry supplements.DON'T BE FOOLED BY LABELS
Most cranberry products list the amount of cranberry extract in milligrams. This is not important or relevant- it is the amount of PACs that is crucial.
These PACs bind to receptors on the bacteria, preventing them from attaching to the bladder wall cells. This enables the body to flush out the bacteria.
The amount of PACs is critical. Published studies have shown that one must take 36 mg of PACs
for it to be effective.Most cranberry supplements on the market do not even come close to this amount, and often do not mention the amount of PACs their product contains. CRANTEC ULTRA™ CONTAINS 36 MG PAC IN A SINGLE CAPSULE
KNOW WHAT YOU ARE GETTING
CranTec Ultra™ is made with a standardized, highly concentrated cranberry extract. It is produced in the USA in an NSF GMP registered facility, and tested in ISO 9001 certified and 17025 accredited labs. This assures the strength, quantity and quality of the product.Directions for Use:
To Maintain Urinary Health: Take 1 capsule daily.
At onset of warning signs: Take 2 capsules daily for 3 -7 days, then take 1 capsule daily for 3 weeks.
With Sexual Intercourse: Take 2 capsules within 60 minutes before or after intercourse. Take 1 capsule daily for the next 3 days.
Children over 50 pounds: Take 1 capsule daily.
Children under 50 pounds: Take 1/2 of the contents of one capsule daily.
The capsule may be opened and the contents mixed into a food or beverage to ingest. References:
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