Used in traditional Herbal Medicine as a diuretic to support a healthy urinary tract.
- Bladder control (Urinary Incontinence)
- Mild or uncomplicated benign infections of the lower urinary tract
- Noticeable results experienced by most people in 1-4 weeks
Medicinal Ingredients (per ml): Birch leaf (Betula pendula) 268.7 mg, Bilberry leaf (Vaccinium myrtillus) 201 mg, Uva ursi leaf (Arctostaphylos uva – ursi) 132.8 mg, Juniper fruit (Juniperus communis) 91.3 mg, Saw Palmetto fruit (Serenoa repens) 91.3 mg, White willow bark (Salix alba) 45.6 mg, Linden flower (Tilia x europaea) 45.6 mg, Nettle Leaf (Urtica dioica) 45.6 mg, Corn silk stigma (Zea mays) 45.6 mg, Goldenseal root (Hydrastis canadensis) 32.6 mg
Non-medicinal ingredients: Water, ethanol, glycerine, natural spearmint flavouring
Many things can affect one’s bladder health. Each person’s bladder behaves a little bit differently. However, certain signs may mean a bladder problem.
Some signs and symptoms are:
• leaking urine (called urinary incontinence)
• needing to urinate eight or more times in one day
• frequently waking up at night to urinate
• sudden and urgent need to urinate
• infection; pain or burning while urinating
• cloudy urine or blood in urine
• passing only small amounts of urine after strong urges to urinate
• weak stream while urinating
• difficulty voiding the bladder
In some elderly people, mental changes and confusion may be the only signs of a UTI. Older adults with a UTI are more likely to be fatigued, shaky and weak and have muscle aches & abdominal pain.
How can Strauss Bladder Drops™ Help?
The synergistic blend of herbs in the Bladder Drops™ formula, work together in addressing complaints of the urinary tract to alleviate pain, cystitis, inflammation, UTI’s and prevent kidney and bladder stone formation. Strauss Bladder Drops™ can also lower androgens, which can alleviate chronic pelvic pain, bladder disorders and decreased sex-drive in both men and women. Noticeable results in 1 – 4 weeks.
Did You Know?
Stress & Urinary Incontinence. In women, tissue or nerve damage during delivery of a child can weaken the pelvic floor muscles or the sphincter. Stress incontinence from this damage may begin soon after delivery or occur years later. Research shows that stress incontinence affects up to 50% of women ages 19-55 and more as the age increases.
In men, the surgical removal of the prostate gland to treat prostate cancer (prostatectomy) is the most common factor leading to stress incontinence. This procedure can weaken the sphincter, which lies directly below the prostate gland and encircles the urethra.
Urinary Tract Infections (UTI) — A urinary tract infection is an infection in any part of your urinary system — your kidneys, ureters, bladder and urethra. Most infections involve the lower urinary tract — the bladder and the urethra.