Butterbur is believed to relax smooth muscle tissue. The German Commission E Monograph lists Butterbur as an antispasmodic.
The ButterBur in this product is certified to contain no more than 5ppm of pyrrolizidine alkaloids.
Lobelia is intended to enhance the effectiveness of the Butterbur.
The four Chinese herbs in this formula (Morinda Root Ext., Psoralea Fruit Ext., Raspberry Fruit Ext. and Alpina Oxyphylla Ext.) have been used in traditional Chinese medicine to support bladder strength.
Clinical studies confirm that compounds Cranberry AF Extract create antiadherence factor on cells that line the tract, thus supporting bladder health.
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Drink enough fluids - at least 50 ounces (about 6 1/2 cups) per day. Limiting daily fluid intake can actually aggravate weakened bladders
Avoid beverages with caffeine and alcohol, as they can increase urine production.
Eat foods high in fiber and avoid beverages that can irritate the bladder (i.e. grapefruit juice and tomato-based products).
Maintain a normal healthy weight.
Get adequate rest.
Perform Kegel exercises on a daily basis. These exercises involve strengthening the muscles which control the flow of urine. They can be done in just 5 minutes, 3 times a day, while sitting, standing or lying on the floor. Noticeable improvement in bladder strength may be seen within 6 weeks; however, it may take long in some individuals. Ask your health care professional about how to perform these exercises properly.