Generic Name: Lygodium japonicum whole plant dry; Rosa laevigata root dry; Smilax china rhizome dry
Product Name: Ethical Nutrients Urinary Tract Support
Indication of Ethical Nutrients Urinary Tract Support
Your doctor will be able to advise if this product is suitable for you. Consult your doctor before taking any medication or supplement.
Action of Ethical Nutrients Urinary Tract Support
Urinary Tract Support may help relieve the typical symptoms (e.g. pain and burning sensation) of urinary tract infections like cystitis. It may also promote urinary tract health and demonstrate broad spectrum antibacterial and anti-inflammatory activities. Antimicrobial actions and a detoxifying effect on the urinary tract system may also be noted.
Dose advice of Ethical Nutrients Urinary Tract Support
Acute use in adults:
- Up to 5 tablets to be taken four times a day, or as directed by a healthcare professional.
Ongoing use in adults:
- 4-6 tablets to be taken daily, or as directed by a healthcare professional.
Always read the label. If you have any queries about the correct way to use this product, please ask your doctor. Individual results may vary.
Contraindications and precautions
There are no known contraindications associated with Urinary Tract Support.
However, if symptoms (e.g. pain or irritation) persist for more than 48 hours or you note blood in your urine, consult your doctor immediately.
If you have any concerns, please speak with your doctor.
Schedule of Ethical Nutrients Urinary Tract Support
Unscheduled. Ethical Nutrients Urinary Tract Support is a complementary medicine or listed medicine in Australia.
- Ethical Nutrients Urinary Tract Support [online]. St Leonards, NSW: MIMS Online; 1 May 2008 [cited 13 December 2010]. Available from: URL link
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