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Bladder Support
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Urinary System Support

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  • Nature’s Diuretic
  • Supports the Urinary System
  • Promotes Healthy Bladder Function


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Common Sense™ “Bladder Support” addresses the problem, not just the symptoms. This combination of soothing herbs supports the cleansing and purification of the urinary tract, promoting a healthy environment for the bladder and urinary system. They work towards healing health problems such as; chronic inflammation of the bladder, urinary tract infections, cleaning the digestive tract and eliminating painful urination. It is an all-natural diuretic promoting healthy urine flow. This selection of herbs is designed to maintain the healthy function of the urinary system by eliminating toxins. Bladder Support remains true to the bladder, but due to its unique properties it also allows for other beneficial results. The anti-aging properties help detoxify the body and blood, also improving digestion and cellular health. It aids in respiratory problems, reduces water weight, and helps with congestion in the kidneys. We strive towards maintaining the integrity of our supplements.

works to strengthen the flow of urine; and used as a diuretic for the kidney, bladder and tissues. Health benefits of Peach Bark include relief from hypokalemia, cancer, obesity, cholesterol, blood stasis and neurodegenerative diseases. It help maintain healthy vision, skin care, nervous system, healthy bones, and teeth. It has anti-aging properties and also helps in detoxification of the body and blood, as well as improving digestion and cellular health. It has a wealth of essential nutrients and antioxidants which are valuable during pregnancy and it also helps in strengthening the immune system.

is a form of kelp that has been used medicinally for centuries. It has been used for health conditions associated with the bladder, although its name is probably derived from the bladder-like vesicles along its fronds. Bladderwrack has been used historically as a diuretic as well as for cases of cystic irritations and chronic inflammations of the bladder.

herb is a soothing diuretic that can benefit the urinary tract in numerous ways. As a demulcent, Cornsilk consumption helps treat inflammation in the bladder or urethra. It eliminates much of the pain in urination due to prostate gland problems. It is also a common alternative to antibiotics when treating a urinary infection. It can be given to children as a method of treating bed wetting. Because of its effect on the kidneys, research indicates that the herb can help lower high blood pressure in the circulatory system. It can also be used to treat and prevent the development of kidney stones in adults. Infections of the kidney can also be treated by taking Cornsilk daily. This herbs is great for hair and skin.

offers exceptional support for kidney and urinary tract, and helps reduce sediment build up. It promotes healthy kidney function and supports its ability to remove wastes and toxins from the body. Joe Pye root positively affects bladder, prostate and urinary tract health. It’s a gentle diuretic, and is well known to soothe the delicate genito-urinary tissues.

promotes tissue repair, clear toxins, and prevent infection. It has several therapeutic properties; therefore it can be beneficial for the healing of specific ailments. Myrrh’s benefits can be attributed to its powerful antioxidant, antifungal, antiviral, anti-inflammatory, anti-parasitic, expectorant, and antispasmodic properties. Myrrh is known as a strong tonic, and can help with many health conditions, such as respiratory problems, digestive ailments, like stomach upset, diarrhea, dyspepsia, indigestion, flatulence and hemorrhoids.

Hydrangea has been used as an alternative medicine for hundreds of years to treat urinary tract infections in the bladder. It will help dissolve stones and gravel from the urinary track. It is great for treating the kidneys, prostate disorders and wounds. Hydrangea has been helpful for expelling kidney stones. It has also been used to treat fevers, psoriasis, eczema, scleroderma, multiple sclerosis, and diabetes. Hydrangea has been used to relieve pain and discomfort due to chronic rheumatoid arthritis (possibly by reducing calcium deposits).

Marshmallow helps a great deal for those with digestive issues like intestinal irritation, abdominal diseases, general pain, flatulence, and bloating. The root is best known for working with the kidneys and bladder. Marshmallow isn’t just helpful in cleaning the digestive tract, but additionally it is a strong expectorant. It is used largely for chest troubles. It thins the mucus for simple expulsion from your body and will help reduce inflammation in the mucous membranes. It’s also helpful in detoxifying the body by efficiently removing dangerous toxins. Can be used as a douche for irritations of the vagina or uterus.

Gravel Root has been used for centuries for kidney related troubles, such as kidney stones and urinary infections. The Native Americans used it to induce perspiration and break a fever. Gravel Root exhibits diuretic and anti-rheumatic properties. The plant as a whole and especially the root can be an astringent, nervine and tonic. These properties help treat cystitis, urethritis, impotence, urinary incontinence in children, and many other conditions.

Spearmint is an herbal diuretic that promotes urine flow and is often given for suppressed or painful urination (particularly scalding urine). Used as a remedy for gas on stomach or bowels. Helps with nausea and vomiting and flushes gravel from the bladder. The herb is also said to promote perspiration, which not only helps to cool the body and lower fever, but it also helps to rid the body of toxins through the skin. Spearmint is used as a pain reliever and nerve tonic and is believed to quiet the nerves, ease tension and relieve headaches (including migraines) and vomiting, especially when related to nervous causes.

the herb is excellent to ease painful urination or improve urination when it is incomplete and may help prevent the body’s re-absorption of salt and rid the body of excess mercury. It is used for congestion in the kidneys and gall stones. Excellent as a diuretic and for obstructions in the liver and spleen. Parsley Leaf is a superior breath freshener because of its rich chlorophyll content. It is used to cleanse the blood, prevent kidney stones and aids in prostate problems. Parsley is a bitter, aromatic, and diuretic herb that relaxes spasms, reduces inflammation and clears toxins. It can also reduce excess water weight and ease bloating that some women experience before their periods.




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Weight 4.0 oz
Dimensions 2.25 × 2.25 × 4 in

120 Tablets

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