Bladder Support with Cranberry Sachets
Clinicians Bladder Support Cranberry Sachets. A powerful combination of Cranberry extract, with D-Mannose and Vitamin C. With an extract equivalent to 72,000 mg of cranberry fruit, standardised to 36mg of proanthocyanidins per sachets, and 1000mg of D-Mannose. These sachets are a convenient way to help treat as well as prevent an e-coli based urinary tract infection. D-Mannose and cranberry work synergistically to support better bacterial balance. Convenient sachets allow immediate use when required. 14 sachets.
Clinicians Bladder Support Cranberry
Men, women and children can use this fast acting formula to support healthy bladder and urinary tract function.
It is a powerful combination of D-Mannose, a natural plant sugar and cranberry extract.
They work synergistically together.
The combination supports bacterial balance more effectively than each ingredient alone.
The formula is further enhanced by the addition of vitamin C that has been shown to give additional support during pregnancy.
Convenient sachets allow immediate use when required.
Bladder Support Cranberry:
Supports a healthy urinary tract
Supports healthy bladder function
Natural plant based formula
Using stevia and thaumatin as sweeteners
With an extract equivalent to 72,000mg of cranberry per sachet
Each 2 gram sachet contains: Vaccinum macrocarpon (Cranberry) ext equivalent to dry fruit 72,000mg (standardised to 36 mg proanthocyanidins) D-Mannose 1000mg, Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) 50mg. Also contains: Stevia, thaumatin, malic acid, silicon dioxide, maltodextrin. No added gluten, dairy, yeast, artificial colours, sweeteners, flavours or preservatives.
Adults: Mix the contents of 1 sachet in a glass of water and stir well. For immediate support, take 1-2 sachets daily, thereafter 1 sachet daily.
Children: 4 years and over: take 1 sachet daily.
Keep out of reach of Children. Store below 30C. Breastfeeding women should consult their health practitioner before using this product. Cranberry may potentially increase INR levels in people taking warfarin. All cases of a urinary tract infection, seek professional advice before self prescribing.