UroBioticPlus – an ideal combination of natural ingredients as prevention and adjunct in the treatment of urinary tract infections, especially for E. coli infections.
The problem of urinary infections in medicine has always been a serious problem. The use of modern antibiotics and other drugs has largely managed to treat these infections satisfactorily. However, today there is another problem that patients and doctors face, which is the problem of relapse and the duration of urinary infections. This requires longer medication and prolonged treatment, which is a problem for patients and can lead to antibiotic resistance. UroBioticPlus is a significant step forward to overcome these problems.
Elagic acid 95% is a dimeric acid of acid, which is found in berries and woody matter (raspberries, strawberries, pomegranates, blackberries) grapes and nuts. Significant antimicrobial, chemopreventive, anticancer, antimutagenic, antiviral and antioxidant activities are attributed to the elagic acid. Because of their excellent antimicrobial properties, and especially because of their exposure to E. coli, Pseudomonas aerouginosa and Staphylococus aureus, they have a special place in the treatment of urinary tract infections. It is also a substrate for the development of the saprophytic microflora urethral tract / organ.
D-mannose (originating from birch) belongs to simple sugars, monosaccharides. It is extremely important in the prevention and control of urinary infections. It occupies a receptor site on the inner wall of the urinary tract, the same one to which E. coli binds, at the beginning of infection and its invasion and reproduction, and thus acts as a competitive inhibitor of bacterial binding, ie. prevents the binding of bacteria to receptors on the epithelium of the urinary tract. Therefore, the binding of E. coli to the bladder wall is weak because it binds to the D-mannose molecule and is easily eliminated by increased fluid intake, ie urinary excretion.
Proanthocyanide is a 40% plant extract of the cranberry plant (Vaccinium macrocarpon). The effect of this plant and its extracts on urinary infections is already well known. It acts as a natural disinfectant, an antiseptic in the bladder, lowers the pH of the urinary tract, preventing the development of pathogenic bacteria, and additionally prevents the adhesion of bacteria to the walls of the urinary tract, and thus helps to suppress and develop infection with pathological microorganisms. Cranberry may increase the effectiveness of some antibiotics used for urinary infections.
Vitamin D3, upon contact with the appropriate urothelial cell receptors, stimulates the production of potent antimicrobial peptide-catelicidins from the urothelial cells of the organism itself, leading to bacterial destruction.
Dietary fibers of chicory root, as prebiotics, are an excellent substrate for growth and propagation of the saprophytic microflora of the urinary tract organ system.
All these properties have been proven by numerous clinical studies.
The picture of urinary infection caused by E. coli.