Many women at some point experience the embarrassing problem of poor bladder control. There are two outstanding natural solutions:
The first one is Cat’s Claw Root (Uncaria Tomentosa). This is a vine native to the jungles of Central and South America. It’s named for its dangerous-looking thorns. Turns out it’s not dangerous at all.
Tribes in the Amazon have been using the root of this plant for centuries and modern research has identified 53 separate compounds in Cat’s Claw Root. The root’s broad range of health benefits include: anti-inflammatory agent, immune booster, antioxidant, nervous system support, and vascular support.
One of Cat’s Claw’s most important clinically proven benefits lies in its ability to relax the smooth muscles which govern how well the muscles in your bladder are able to void (and retain) urine. If they’re too tight, they constrict, making simple urination difficult. If they’re weak, it makes peeing difficult to control.
These anti-inflammatory properties are also highly beneficial for the whole urinary tract, not to mention joints, muscles, fibromyalgia, headaches, and other inflammatory problems.
In a few rare circumstances some people are allergic to Cat’s Claw. The symptoms include rash and itching. If you experience any of these, discontinue use immediately. Also make sure the species of Cat’s Claw you’re taking is the right one. There are many plants in Mexico and other parts of Central and South America that go by the name of ‘Cat’s Claw’. The one that works best has the botanical name Uncaria Tomentosa.
The second solution is also from Peru and is called Maca. As well as general comfort, maintaining a sense of healthy energy and vitality, Maca can help maintain reflexes, energy levels in chronic fatigue, reinforce and stimulate immunity, and help maintain stamina and athletic performance.
Make sure the Maca is from the black and purple roots, with the botanical name Lepidium Meyenii Walpers.
Allevian® helps support general comfort and joint function, and is made from 2 of the best natural resources from Peru, Maca (Lepidium Meyenii Walpers) and Cat’s Claw (Uncaria Tomentosa).