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CRAN-DM PLUS

Cran-dm Plus

Cran-DM Plus is a perfect blend of enriched Cranberry fruit extract and D-Mannose that synergistically help maintain a good Urinary Tract Health. It is a natural way to help support and manage UT health and helps minimize the use of antibiotics.

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Cran-DM Plus is a perfect blend of enriched Cranberry fruit extract and D-Mannose that synergistically help maintain a good Urinary Tract Health. It is a natural way to help support and manage UT health and helps minimize the use of antibiotics.

The urinary tract is an important component of the excretory system that is very crucial to clear the body of toxic wastes. Simple lifestyle changes and maintaining hygienic conditions can help ensure that your urinary tract is healthy.

A healthy and effective approach is the use of natural extracts that helps support manage urinary tract infection. Studies have shown that it can help to prevent the lodging of microbes that may cause the infection. Formulated with potent actives such as Cranberry extract and D-Mannose, they have the unique property of adhering to microbes that cause infections and aid in flushing them out of the system.

This approach is also important to help reduce the dependence on antibiotics that are commonly recommended to prevent UTIs. The adhesive property of natural compounds called proanthocyanidins in Cranberry and D-Mannose have been clinically proven to maintain good bladder and urinary tract health. The product also provides antioxidant support.

Disclaimer:- These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

 

Cran DM Plus is a nutritional supplement with natural extracts that supports:

  • Maintain good urinary tract health
  • Helps to manage and minimize recurring Urinary Tract Infections (UTI)
  • Potent source of antioxidants

 

Two capsules early in the morning in empty stomach with luke warm water.

Cranberry Extract / CranPure:
Vaccinium macrocarpon, commonly known as Cranberry or Karanda in Ayurveda, is a rich source of phytochemicals such as flavonoids, catechins, triterpenoids, organic acids, vitamins and tannins such as proanthocyanidins (PACs). The PACs in cranberry prevent bacteria from adhering to the walls of the bladder and urinary tract. As a secondary measure, cranberry changes the pH of the bladder to be more acidic, preventing the growth of bacteria. Cranberry also provides potent antioxidant support. Numerous reported clinical studies validate the use of Cranberry extract in the prevention and management of UTIs.

 

D-Mannose:
D-mannose is a simple sugar found in fruits like cranberries, peaches, etc. Mannose rich foods have been reported to contain antiviral, antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties. It helps to maintain good bladder and urinary tract health. When the harmful bacteria enter the urinary tract they adhere to the layer of D-Mannose. During urination, D-Mannose along with the bacteria attached to it is removed from the bladder and urinary tract.

Prophylactic Use of Cranberry Extract May Help Decrease the Incidence of Urinary Tract Infections, Urinary Symptoms, and Antibiotic Use in Prostate Cancer Patients on Radiotherapy.

Prophylactic use of the cranberry extract in patients diagnosed with prostatic adenocarcinoma and treated with radiotherapy resulted in decreased incidence of lower urinary tract infections (LUTIs) and decreased antibiotic use.

In this randomized, open-label, controlled study, patients received either enteric-coated tablets containing cranberry extract (200 mg/day) (n=924; mean age: ~70 years) or placebo (n=435) for 6–7 weeks.

At the end of the study group taking cranberry extract tablets had lower incidence of LUTIs compared to control (i.e. 10.8% vs. 24.6%; P = 0.0001), which in turn resulted in less antibiotic use (total: 285 days vs. 585 days, respectively; P = 0.001). Additionally, incidence of dysuria (i.e. painful urination) was significantly lower in cranberry group with the control group (i.e. 62.8% vs. 36.6%, respectively; P = 0.001). Use of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) by patients to treat urinary symptoms was reduced by half in cranberry group when compared to control (i.e. 23.1% vs. 46.2%, respectively; P = 0.001). Similar findings were reported about other urinary symptoms as well, wherein cranberry group showed better relief.

Overall, it was concluded that prophylactic use of cranberry extract was correlated with a lower risk of developing a LUTIs and reduced urinary discomfort, and helped in reducing need of antibiotic treatment by about half. This benefit would be beneficial in reducing generation of bacterial resistance to antibiotics.

Reference:- Res Rep Urol. 2017;9:65–9.