Natural Relief Formula for Painful Bladder & Interstitial Cystitis


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When blended together, Quercetin, Sea Mussel, and Bromelain relieve problems associated with pelvic pain, interstitial cystitis symptoms, bladder inflammation, genital discomfort, intercourse pain, orgasm dysfunction, and excessive frequency of urination.

Formula Overview
Quercetin is a natural anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant bioflavonoid found in apples, grapes, green tea, and onions. [1]
 
Sea Mussel (also known as Green Lipped Mussel or Perna Canaliculus) contains high levels of Glucosamine Sulfate, Methysulfonylmethane, Chondroitin Sulfate, and Chelated Manganese, all of which support proper joint and connective tissue functions.

Chondroitin and Glucosamine aid in bladder tissue recovery and restoration. Chondroitin, a major structural component of the mucosa layers that form the bladder connective tissue, holds muscles, blood vessels, and nerves together.

Chondroitin is also part of the protective glycosaminoglycan (GAG) layer of the bladder. Glucosamine, known for its pivotal role in joint function, acts as a building block for the bladders’ layer of glycosaminoglycan (GAG).

What to get


Cysta Q - Promote Your Health & Well Being, 60 caps, (Farr Laboratories)
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Pills Bromelain, Cranberry, Papain, Passion Flower, Quercetin, Valerian
Sea Mussel Plus - 90 tabs, (Foodscience of Vermont)
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Pills Sea Mussel

Reference: 
[1] Katske F, Shoskes DA, Sender M, et al: Treatment of interstitial cystitis with a quercetin supplement. Tech Urol 2001; 7(1):44-6.


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masonlover posted on Wed, 10/17/2012 - 11:44
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The best help I could have received. This is a great, short, brief article on what can help you out. Along with Cysta Q I have taken care of the problems I have had with painful urination. I am now able to have sex and not have to worry about pain when I am peeing shortly after.
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