URICIL 48 Capsules
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Why URICIL is different:
- Powered by Turmeric
- Helps relieve symptoms and reduce occurrence of medically diagnosed cystitis
- Natural Antibacterial & Urinary Alkaliser
- Potent Antioxidant
What are Urinary Tract Infections?
Urinary Tract Infections (UTIs) are an infection of the urinary tract. They are experienced by 1 in 2 women and 1 in 20 men during their lifetime1. Cystitis (an infection of the bladder) is the most common form of a UTI and it is estimated that they will affect at least 30% of women at some point in their life2.
If you're experiencing symptoms such as increased urinary frequency, painful/burning sensation when urinating, strong-smelling urine or have pain in the lower abdomen, then you may have a UTI.
Looking to put out the burning sensation?
Current UTI treatments are either through a urinary alkaliser (which helps to relieve the pain from UTI symptoms), an antibacterial (which helps to prevent recurrent UTIs) or a dietary supplement (to maintain urinary tract health).
This is where URICIL can make a difference. Achieving true innovation, URICIL is both a natural antibacterial and a urinary alkaliser. Quite simply, this means that through URICIL you are able to relieve symptoms and reduce occurrence of medically diagnosed cystitis.
URICIL achieves this through the power of turmeric and the addition of potassium citrate. Curcumin, which is extracted from turmeric, is a potent antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial agent. Potassium citrate helps to make urine less acidic. The combination of both turmeric and potassium citrate helps with the treatment of cystitis.
If you're tired of experiencing the symptoms of cystitis and want to reduce its occurrence, then URICIL is the treatment solution for you. URICIL is available at all good pharmacies.
1. Kidney Health Australia 2018, Urinary Tract Infections, <https://kidney.org.au/cms_uploads/docs/urinary-tract-infections-fact-sheet.pdf>
2. Department of Health 2010, Cystitis in Women, <http://www.health.vic.gov.au/edfactsheets/downloads/cystitis-in-women.pdf>
If symptoms persist, seek the advice of a health professional. Consult your doctor if pain or irritation persists for more than 48 hours or you notice blood in your urine.
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