UTI Complaint

$26.00

Urinary Health

Description

UTI Complaint Elixir

Most women have experienced some kind of urinary issue within their lifetime. Urinary track infections (UTI) are one of the most common.

Urinary health is vital to kidney health, and kidney health is vital to life. Symptoms of urinary infections of any kind shouldn’t be ignored.

Treatment of urinary infections usually evolve a series of antibiotics. These can be effective but also very damaging to our gut flora.

Women of the past experienced the same troubles, and when in need, they acquired plants that could help “fix the issue”.

One of the most common plants Native Americans used for urinary complaints, was corn. The silk  specifically, is highly medicinal and helps to clear toxins, catarrh, deposits and irritants out of the kidneys and bladder, while providing a gentle antiseptic and healing action.

Our elixir contains corn silk and cleavers, two powerful herbs known for combating urinary issue such as:

Kidney stones

• Diuretic

•Urinary track infections (UTI) Chronic and Accute

• Bedwetting

Ingredients

Ingredients: Organic Corn Silk (Zea mays), Organic Cleavers (Galium aparine), Organic Vodka, Filtered Spring Water

How to use: During a urinary complaint, take 3 times a day until symptoms have subsided and urine analysis are back to normal.

For maintenance take for three weeks, then stop for a week. This allows your body to use any reserve as well as keep the remedy at a potent level when it enters the body.

Combine with proper nutrition, exercise and rest.

 Safety considerations: Because this remedy contains natural diuretics, it is recommended that anyone who is diabetic. Speak with your doctor if you are pregnant, nursing or taking medication. Keep out of reach of children. Do not use if you are allergic to any of the ingredients. Test a spot on the inside of your wrist for any reaction. These statements nor this product has been approved by the FDA. This product is not used to treat or cure any illness or disease. View our disclaimer here.