Urinary incontinence can be embarrassing and emotionally distressful, which can eventually lead to isolation and depression. There are over 20 million people in North America living with incontinence. Women old and young make up 85% of that statistic.
If you are one of the many women suffering from urinary incontinence, Bell Bladder Control Women Tea is the perfect natural solution to end those sleepless nights and days of isolation.
With Bladder Control Tea For Women, you get a masterful mix of the best herbs to help you maintain control of your bladder and most importantly your life.
- No more frequent urination or uncontrolled urination. Puts an end to interrupted sleep, anxiety-ridden travel, embarrassing odour and wetness.
- Covers all dimensions of urinary tract health – a clean urinary tract, relaxed bladder muscles and reduced inflammation and irritation.
- Relieves symptoms associated with urinary tract infections (UTIs), such as burning sensations and/or frequent urination.
- Tastes great. It has a nice, slightly sweet, citrus flavour making it an enjoyable part of your morning routine. No sugar needed. It is safe and effective.
Freedom is a beautiful thing when you are comfortable! Try Bladder Control Tea for women today!
Ingredients: Cranberry (Vaccinium macrocarpon) (berry) 1000 mg, Early goldenrod (Solidago gigantean) (aerial part) 265 mg, Marshmallow (Althaea officinalis) (root) 272 mg, Stinging nettle (Urtica dioica) (leaf) 558 mg, Parsley (Petroselinum crispum) (herb) 686 mg, Rose hips (Rosa canina) (berry) 119 mg, Cornsilk (Zea mays) (stigma) 500 mg, Small-flower willow herb (Epilobium parviflorum) (aerial part) 500 mg, Lemon (Citrus x limon) (fruit) 100 mg. (Amounts based on a 2 teaspoon/4 gram serving size).
Suggested Use: Drinking one large cup a day. Many women may have quick results within days. Others may need longer to get relief.
PREPARATION: Measure into a pot enough water for the number of large cups (about 8oz/250ml) you want to make and add 2 heaping teaspoons for each cup. Add 25% more water to compensate for evaporation. Make enough for a few days if you like. When you scoop out the tea, scoop deep down into the bag to make sure the tea is kept well mixed. Example: If you want to prepare 4 cups of tea, measure 5 cups of water and 8 heaping teaspoons of tea. Heat on a stove until boiling, then turn stove off or set to low and allow to simmer for 10 minutes. Stir and allow the tea to cool, then strain into a pitcher. For best results let it soak for a few hours or overnight before straining. Store the pitcher in a refrigerator and drink the tea cold or re-heated. You can put some in a thermos to take along with you to work. The tea has a pleasing aroma. Tea tastes better without sugar or sweeteners. If you must have a sweeter taste, use a little honey or stevia. Do not prepare the tea by pouring hot water over it, since this will not give you the full benefit.