Is Urinari-X Right For Me?
Urinari-X is our formula that has been thoughtfully curated with clinically-tested ingredients to help you achieve lifelong optimal health. Learn about the high-quality ingredients we select and how they work together to address urinary & yeast support.
Both women and men can get infections in the urinary tract. But if you are a woman, you have an even higher likelihood - a 50% chance - of having a urinary tract infection during your lifetime. And if you’ve had one, you know how painful they can be. They are most often caused by bacteria, so keeping your urinary tract healthy is your first line of defense.
That’s why we created Urinari-X to support a healthy urinary tract without the side effects of pharmaceuticals. We use natural ingredients that help manage bacteria in the urinary tract.
We use plants and fatty acids like Caprylic Acid, Cranberry, Uva Ursi, and Grapefruit. We also use D-Mannose, which is a naturally occurring sugar believed to actually attach to bacteria before it can stick to the walls of your bladder. All of these work together to support a healthy urinary tract.
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Caprylic Acid is a fatty acid that is found naturally in the milk of some mammals, coconut oil, and palm oil, and has antibacterial, antiviral, antifungal, and anti-inflammatory properties.
Cranberry is a low shrub or vine found in Europe and North America. It produces berries that are acidic and bright red when ripened. The berries are eaten and are used medicinally to promote urinary tract health.
D-mannose is a naturally occurring sugar that is believed to attach to bacteria in the intestinal tract, preventing the bacteria from sticking to the walls of the bladder and, therefore, allowing it to be eliminated through urination.
Grapefruit Seed Extract
Grapefruit Seed Extract is a liquid extract from grapefruit that is believed to have antibacterial, antiviral, and antifungal properties.
Uva Ursi is a an evergreen shrub that produces red or pink berries that are edible (but sour) that bears like to eat, leading to its common name of Bearberry. It contains tannins that have astringent effects and that help shrink and tighten tissues in the body.