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Published on: 11 August 2017
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New Waterfall D-Mannose with added organic lemon to support an alkaline urine pH, healthy bladder and provide a delicious cold drink any time.
You can now mix all Waterfall D-Mannose products and still obtain these Bulk-Buy discounts.
Suitable for Vegetarians
100% Natural & Bioactive DMannose
Organic Lemon Juice Powder
Weight: 50g Powder
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A heaped teaspoon of powder (2-3g) every 3 hours during the day + an additional dose during the night. If you feel 100% well, increase the length of time between doses very slowly over two weeks working towards a daily “dose” before sleep to support a healthy bladder.
Waterfall D-Mannose Lemon can be used alongside and interchanged with original Waterfall D-Mannose as a refreshing alternative. Basically, as a food supplement, you take as much of it as you wish either for urgent support, or maintenance. Try using before travel, sexual intimacy, cycling, sport or travel.
A teaspoonful of powder before bed is an excellent maintenance dose for supporting a healthy bladder.
A teaspoonful (2gm) of powder an hour before sex, and immediately afterwards. Continue to use for about 48 hrs afterwards as an excellent support around sex-related episodes.
Unfortunately, embedded bacteria live deep in the bladder wall and take time to be removed. They are driven there to escape antibiotic attack, so even when you get well these "hidden" bacteria have the potential to grow again (usually during the night when the urine becomes acidic), hence repeat attacks. Bacterial colonies can double every 20 - 40 minutes.
When you are well, a little before sleep 2-3gms of powder (a heaped teaspoon) with approximately 150-200 ml liquid plus an alkaline diet is an excellent approach to bladder health.
Waterfall D-Mannose is NOT a Diuretic - More Info
100% Bio Active DMannose 40g, Lemon Juice Powder(100% Organic), 6g Maltodextrin (Organic Rice) 4g.
*All customer reviews represent the personal opinion of the reviewer. Results may vary from person to person. All products are sold and intended to be used as Dietary Supplements. Nothing on this page is meant to constitute medical advice.
Though it seems counter-intuitive to think that adding acidic lemon to your drinking water could ultimately produce an alkaline result, it's important to remember that lemons are anionic.
Anions are negatively charged ions that have a multiplicity of researched beneficial health properties. And, it seems that lemons a have a higher concentration of negatively charged ions, or anions than any other fruit. Once consumed, your body reacts with the lemons' anions during the digestive process, creating a temporary and useful (bacteria inhibiting) slightly alkalising effect in the urine.
Research has shown that most bacteria thrives in an acidic environment, therefore controlling the pH of your urine may significantly impact on most bacterial growth.
Whilst Waterfall D-Mannose goes some way in controlling urine pH, avoiding alcohol, red meats, fatty foods and coffee may be wise. View a list of acidifying and alkalising foods here.
We hesitate to suggest prolonged use of Bicarbonate of Soda to regulate the urine ph. As a sodium salt, it can affect some pre-existing health conditions: too much sodium in the blood is called hypernatremia and at extreme levels is dangerous. Too little sodium, hyponatremia (caused usually by drinking too much water or because not enough water is being passed out of the body).
Compounds belonging to this limonoids group have exhibited a range of biological activities ... antibacterial, antifungal, antimalarial, antiviral ... activities on humans” Biol Pharm Bull. 2006 Feb; 29(2):191-201.
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