Evadry Incontinence Aid
HEALTH WITHOUT A PRESCRIPTION
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NATURAL URINARY INCONTINENCE AID FORMULATION

May Reduce Urination Pain And Burning*

Promotes Relief From Urgency Sensation*

Supports Involuntary Release of Urine*

Promotes Controlled Urination*

60 - 500mg capsules
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As far as healthy foods go, cranberries are at the top of the list due to their high nutrient and antioxidant content and are often referred to as a "super food." Not to mention, half a cup of cranberries contains only 25 calories!

The use of cranberry extracts on reducing urinary tract infections is what the cranberry is most noted for, one study reported that UTIs are so common, 60% of women suffer from it at some point in their lives. Caused by microorganisms, including E. coli, these infections are usually treated with antibiotics. But one study determined that one to 1½ cups of cranberry juice or cranberry juice cocktail per day can prevent 50% of UTI occurrences and reduce harmful bacteria, and twice-daily dosages of cranberries (36 mg) might offer additional protection during a 24-hour period.

Numerous studies demonstrate the range of potential health benefits provided by cranberries. One study listed several illnesses they can protect against, including some cancers, due to inhibited growth and proliferation of tumour cells, its ability to induce the death of some cancer cells and the development, proliferation and movement of others.

A review of the research on cranberries noted its effectiveness as a chemopreventive after several studies showed inhibited growth and spread of several types of tumours, including those in the breast, colon, prostate, and lung, possibly due to the flavonols and anthocyanin glycosides in the fruit.

Vaccinium macrocarpon (Cranberries)

Every organ in the body, especially the heart, muscles, and kidneys, needs magnesium. This mineral also contributes to the makeup of teeth and bones. Magnesium activates enzymes, contributes to energy production, and helps regulate levels of calcium, copper, zinc, potassium, vitamin D, and other important nutrients in the body.

You can get magnesium from many foods. However, most people probably do not get as much magnesium as they should from their diet. Foods rich in magnesium include whole grains, nuts, and green vegetables. Green leafy vegetables are particularly good sources of magnesium.

Although you may not get enough magnesium from your diet, it is rare to be deficient in magnesium. However, certain medical conditions can upset the body's magnesium balance. For example, an intestinal virus that causes vomiting or diarrhea can cause a temporary magnesium deficiency.

Magnesium

Numerous individuals over the age of 40 experience an ever growing problem regarding the weakening of the bladder and the sphincter muscle that controls the release of urine. This condition often relates to an increased urgency to urinate and/or the inability to control urination. Even though weak bladder control affects both genders, there are twice as many women who suffer from it as men.

The various problems associated with weak bladder control are:

Urinary frequency or nocturia (frequent night-time urination): Approximately 50% of the adult population (over age 60) experiences a frequency in night-time urination leading to disturbed sleep patterns. The percentage of individuals affected by nocturia continues to increase with age.

Urinary incontinence or involuntary loss of urine: according to recent research, 48% of women and 17% of men over age 70 suffer urinary incontinence.

Overactive bladder: is defined as having an urgent need to empty the bladder. This condition affects one in six adults over age 40 and leads to a frequent need to use the washroom, incontinence, stress and depression.

Men and women suffer from these urinary problems for different reasons. Women can suffer from a weakening of the pelvic floor muscles and/or a weakening of the bladder sphincter (the muscle that controls urine flow). This is believed to be caused by a loss of testosterone, which is needed to keep these muscles from shrinking or growing weak.

Men usually experience urinary problems due to various prostate disturbances (as in the swelling of the prostate) that occur with increased age. These disturbances are also strongly linked to the amount of bioavailable testosterone and an increase in a problematic by-product of testosterone called DHT (Dihydrotestosterone).

Aromatic, pungent and spicy, ginger adds a special flavour and zest to Asian stir fries and many fruit and vegetable dishes.

Historically, ginger has a long tradition of being very effective in alleviating symptoms of gastrointestinal distress. In herbal medicine, ginger is regarded as an excellent carminative (a substance which promotes the elimination of intestinal gas) and intestinal spasmolytic (a substance which relaxes and soothes the intestinal tract). Modern scientific research has revealed that ginger possesses numerous therapeutic properties including antioxidant effects, an ability to inhibit the formation of inflammatory compounds, and direct anti-inflammatory effects.

Zingiber offinale (Ginger)

Among its unique multitude of health benefits, pumpkin seeds stand out for their ability to effectively treat an overactive bladder, a condition characterized by a sudden urge to urinate that may lead to an involuntary loss of urine. Researchers estimate that 16% of men and women suffer from overactive bladder symptoms such as urination urgency as well as frequent daytime and night urination. Although an overactive bladder poses no threat to overall health, it has been shown to reduce quality of life.

Several studies have shown compelling data in pumpkin seed extract's ability to support bladder function and combat the symptoms associated with an overactive bladder. In an animal study published in the Japanese Journal of Medicine and Pharmaceutical Science, rats supplemented with pumpkin seed extract significantly improved bladder function and decreased urinary frequency.

The promising results of pumpkin seed extract for an overactive bladder were also demonstrated in humans. Japanese scientists examined the effects of pumpkin seed and soybean germ extracts on urinary frequency during the daytime and night in 39 postmenopausal women aged 52 to 86 over a 6-week period. At the end of the study, participants experienced significant decreases in the number of daytime and night urination.

In another study, 45 men aged 65 or older experienced significant reductions in nighttime urinary frequency and improved sleep satisfaction after supplementing with the combination extract for six weeks.

Furthermore, pumpkin seeds might provide dramatic relief for aging men suffering from urinary symptoms caused by benign prostatic hyperplasia, or an enlarged prostate. Researchers revealed that 53 men ages 50-80 taking a pumpkin seed extract containing mixture for three months produced an over 40% increase in urinary flow and a 30% reduction in nighttime urinary frequency compared with those taking a placebo.

Cucurbita pepo Seed (Pumpkin)

Saw palmetto is an extract derived from the deep purple berries of the saw palmetto fan palm (Serenoa repens), a plant indigenous to the coastal regions of the southern United States and southern California.

Saw palmetto is a remarkable herb for both men and women and is used by natural health practitioners to treat a variety of ailments such as testicular inflammation, urinary tract inflammation, coughs and respiratory congestion. It is also used to strengthen the thyroid gland, balance the metabolism, stimulate appetite and aid digestion. This wonderful herb is becoming famous for its uses in hair restoration, prostate health, sexual vigour, breast enhancement and as a nutritive tonic.

Saw palmetto berry also tones the urethra and it may be used to uphold the healthy function of the thyroid gland and urinary system.

Serenoa repens (Saw Palmetto)

Arctostaphylos uva-ursi is a plant species of the genus Arctostaphylos (manzanita). The leaves of this small shrub have been used as a herbal folk medicine for centuries as a mild diuretic and astringent, and in the treatment of urinary tract infections such as cystitis, urethritis and nephritis, pyelitis and in pyelonephritis.

Uva-ursi can help to reduce accumulations of uric acid and relieve the pain of bladder stones. Uva Ursi is also helpful for chronic diarrhea. As a nutritional supplement and muscle relaxant, Uva Ursi soothes, strengthens, and tightens irritated and inflamed tissues.

Uva-ursi

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Evawel utilises the finest quality, premium grade herbs available. Clean, raw,

and wild-harvested. Using traditional extraction methods in modern clean rooms,

the herbs are properly prepared so the extractions contain the fullest range of

components possible, providing the best source of the beneficial ingredients.

No fillers. Never diluted as a tincture. It is the purest extract available!


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product is a dietary supplement and not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or

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