Bladder Support Drops™ for Bladder Health
The synergistic blend of herbs in Strauss Bladder Support Drops™ formula work together in nourishing and supporting a healthy urinary system.
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Used to help maintain healthy bladder and urinary tract functions in adults.
• provides all natural, herbal support
• safe and effective formula
• natural diuretic formula
Manufactured in a USFDA inspected facility
Recommended Dose: Shake Well. As a dietary supplement, adults take 1ml orally 3 times daily as indicated on the graduated dropper.
Store away from children, in original container out of direct sunlight. Do not refrigerate. Do not take if you are pregnant, breastfeeding, or within 24 hours of surgery.
Supplement Facts – Serving size: 1 ml (0.03 fl.oz.) Servings per container: 225
Amount per serving: Proprietary blend 1.0 g extracts of: Birch leaf, Bilberry leaf, Uva ursi leaf, Juniper fruit, Saw Palmetto fruit, White willow bark, Linden flower, Nettle Leaf, Corn silk stigma, Goldenseal root
Non-medicinal ingredients: Water, ethanol, glycerine, natural spearmint flavor.
Helps support a healthy bladder and urinary tract functions.*
Bladder Support Drops™
So how can Bladder Support Drops™ help?
Bladder Support Drops™ contain a number of traditionally used natural ingredients. For example,
*Uva Ursi Leaf is used traditionally for supporting a healthy bladder and kidneys, helping to soothe, strengthen and tonify the urinary passages and reduce inflammation of the urinary tract.
*Saw Palmetto Fruit is used traditionally to help with a number of urological symptoms including weak urine flow, incomplete voiding and frequent daytime and nighttime urination.
*Nettle Leaf is used traditionally as a diuretic to decrease inflammation and assist eliminative functions.
*Juniper Fruit is used traditionally a general diuretic, a soothing kidney remedy and as a urinary tract antiseptic to help relieve benign urinary tract infections.
Did you know?
In women, tissue or nerve damage during delivery of a child can weaken the pelvic floor muscles or the sphincter. Stress incontinence from this damage may begin soon after delivery or occur years later. Research shows that stress incontinence affects up to 50% of women ages 19-55 and more as the age increases. In men, the surgical removal of the prostate gland to treat prostate cancer (prostatectomy) is the most common factor leading to stress incontinence. This procedure can weaken the sphincter, which lies directly below the prostate gland and encircles the urethra.*
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.