Control Your Bladder Naturally!
No Prescription Needed
No Unwanted Side Effects
is a dietary supplement clinically formulated to support and
promote normal bodily functions in handling the symptoms often seen in those
with an Overactive Bladder.
The ingredients found in Bladder-Control™ promote optimum urinary control
in an all-natural manner, with no unwanted side effects.
The proprietary formulation of Bladder-Control™ combines centuries-old
teachings from Traditional Chinese Medicine, contemporary botanical findings
and modern scientific study in the exploding area of Nitric Oxide function.
Bladder-Control™ is now helping people all over the US and throughout the
You owe it to yourself to
discover the benefits of Bladder-Control.
What does Nitric Oxide Do?
Nitric Oxide acts as a messenger to increase the level of a substance known
as cyclic-GMP. This elevation of cyclic-GMP leads to relaxation of smooth muscle.
Research now points to a decrease in Nitric Oxide as playing a role in bladder
overactivity3. Decreased Nitric Oxide may also be associated with reducing
the amount of urine a bladder can hold4.
Researchers have shown that providing Nitric Oxide from outside sources or
from the body itself causes the bladder muscle to relax.
Does Bladder-Control™ contain Nitric Oxide?
Nitric oxide cannot be provided in a capsule. Bladder-Control™ contains
L-Arginine, a naturally occurring amino acid that is converted in the body to
Nitric Oxide. It also supplies Ginseng, which enhances the conversion of
L-Arginine into Nitric Oxide by Nitric Oxide Synthase. This results in a greater
efficiency of the Nitric Oxide pathway, an increase in Nitric Oxide production
and support for relaxation of the bladder muscle.
How else does Bladder-Control™ Work?
Bladder-Control™ also contains 5 additional herbs and 1 additional
amino acid, integral components of a proprietary blend designed to
promote a strong bladder.
Alpinia oxyphylla, Cornus officinalis and Schisandra chinensis are time tested
herbs. They have been used for centuries as components of formulas
prescribed by herbalists for problems of the urinary tract, including frequent
urination, urgent urination and incontinence.
Valerianna officinalis is a tall perennial herb with hollow stems that bear
white or reddish flowers. A 1985 study conducted in the Netherlands found
that didrovaltrate, and valeranon, components of the herb, produced a
pronounced smooth-muscle relaxant effect on parts of the body.
The researchers concluded that certain valerian preparations may produce
a calming effect indirectly through local spasmolytic activity.
Passiflora incarnata is an herb rich in alkaloids and flavone glycosides.
Recent studies have pointed to the flavonoids as the primary constituents
responsible for its relaxing and anti-anxiety effects. The effects of Passiflora
in earlier studies were believed to be primarily on the nervous system.
It is also said to have an anti-spasmodic effect as well.
Methionine is a principle supplier of sulfur which prevents disorders of
the hair, skin and nails; helps lower cholesterol levels by increasing the
liver's production of lecithin; reduces liver fat and protects the kidneys;
acts as a natural chelating agent for heavy metals; influences hair follicles
and promotes hair growth; regulates the formation of ammonia and creates
ammonia-free urine which reduces bladder irritation. A recent study suggests
that Methionine can prevent bacteria from sticking to urinary tract cells,
similar to the mechanism thought to be responsible for the effectiveness
of Cranberry juice for the bladder.
60 Capsules per bottle. Suggested use: 1 Capsule twice a day.
(Not Available in Stores
at the Present)
Bladder-Control / 60 Capsules
$43.95 (Includes US Shipping & Handling)
----------------- For International Orders ------------------
$49.95 / Price Includes Air Shipping & Handling to Any Country
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