Ancient Flower Calms Even The Most Troublesome Bladder
Hibiscus: Nature’s Simplest Bladder Solution
Not long ago, a young actress visited a late-night talk show. During her conversation with the host, she offered a personal confession. When she laughs really hard, she “pees a little.”
The host, the audience – and even the actress – all laughed at her little “quirk.” But they shouldn’t. Because it’s a serious condition. And it’s only going to get worse.
If you’re one of the 50% of women who’ll have a similar story one day, I have good news. It’s not necessary. You can move into the free 50% with Nature’s simplest bladder solution.
If you already have bladder problems, this same simple solution could make them history. It’s remarkably easy… remarkably effective… and, remarkably, it’s not well known.
Why You Have Bladder Problems
Leaks, sudden urges, incomplete emptying… Bladder trouble has many causes. But a couple are especially common, so we’ll focus on those.
Bacteria cause a lot of bladder issues. Especially in women.
You see, a woman’s urinary tract is fairly open – and very close to the rectum. So it’s easy for bacteria to migrate from one to the other. Once the bacteria establish a foothold in the urinary tract (UT), it’s usually not long before they’ve made their way to the bladder.
These invaders establish themselves in your bladder, causing burning, pain, and generally making your life miserable.
Another common problem is overactive or weak pelvic muscles. These may lead to frequent or sudden urges.
Most of us think of childbirth as a miracle. And it is amazing. But it can weaken the muscles in your pelvic floor, decimating your bladder control. Many women have uncontrollable urges – or suffer embarrassing leaks – after having a child.
Either way, having a solution for both problems would go a long way towards making your life better.
Ancient Tradition Schools Modern Science
For thousands of years, the roselle (Hibiscus sabdariffa Linn.) has been a staple in parts of Africa. It’s a decorative flower… a source of food… a natural fiber for making tough fabric… and a natural remedy.
Hibiscus flowers and leaves are a common food ingredient. The leaves are a staple in parts of Africa. The flowers are used in the West for everything from an edible garnish to a flavoring for tequila.
This lovely flower originated in Africa, but it’s popular in Mexico and Central America to make “agua de Jamaica” – a refreshing tea. It’s made into jams and jellies from Australia to Burma. And the dried calyces are even widely available in groceries in the United Kingdom.
Why is hibiscus so popular? It’s not just because it’s delicious – though most reports say it is. It’s because it has remarkable health-boosting powers. Especially for your bladder and urinary tract.
Ancient Tradition Schools Modern Science
Your distant ancestors didn’t have drug stores to help when they were sick. They relied on herbal wisdom – cultivated over countless generations – to defend their health. Over time, experience showed what worked… and what didn’t.
After generations of success, hibiscus stood out as a remedy for liver problems, high blood pressure, and bladder issues.
Your ancestors didn’t know about hepatotoxicity, vasodilation, or bacterial infections. But they did know when someone in their social group had been sick and got better. And the herbs that helped people get better became part of their folk medicine tradition.
In the case of hibiscus, this worked out very well. Because modern research shows the traditional uses for hibiscus are right on the money.
And nowhere is this truer than for bladder issues.
Since the turn of the new century, research has shown hibiscus fights high blood pressure… liver problems… cholesterol issues… and even serves as a powerful antioxidant.1
Other studies show hibiscus provides and effective defense against invading bacteria. Which is where many bladder problems start.
Potent Bladder Relief – Right When You Need It
Human recipes use hibiscus for tasty meals and teas. But for bacteria, this lovely flower is a recipe for disaster.
In 2014, university researchers took bacteria samples from volunteers with recurring bladder problems. They cultured the samples in the lab and then exposed the different bacteria to hibiscus extract.
They found hibiscus was effective against all six types of bacteria they tested.2
A French team used a specific hibiscus extract in a human trial. The volunteers in this trial also suffered with recurring bladder problems. Over the course of nearly 6 months, the volunteers had 77% fewer bladder issues than before.3
That’s pretty effective. But what about leaks and urges?
Calm Even the Most Troublesome Bladder
Sudden urges to urinate usually crop up at the worst possible times. Either you’re in the middle of something… or the nearest restroom is uncomfortably far away.
Hibiscus has a calming effect on smooth muscle – the kind of muscle that controls your bladder’s urges.
Scientists first noticed this effect with blood vessels. Hibiscus tea triggers the release of nitric oxide (NO), which relaxes smooth muscle. So people using hibiscus tea saw a drop in their blood pressure.
It appears to have the same effect on your bladder. Hibiscus triggers NO, which relaxes the muscles… and leads to fewer sudden urges.4
And when you’re feeling less pressure, you’re less likely to experience an embarrassing leak.
So hibiscus helps you clear out invading bacteria… it eases the muscles that control your bladder… and it has one more advantage.
Flush Out Invading Germs
Hibiscus gently encourages your body to eliminate excess fluids. These fluids increase flow through your kidneys and then flush out through your bladder.
The increased flow discourages bacteria from getting a foothold in your bladder or UT. And that can lower your risk of bladder problems even further.
All this from one herb. And that 77% success rate I mentioned above only comes from one form of that herb…
The One Herbal Extract That Does It All
That one form is a unique extract available from a single source. It’s extracted from hibiscus using a patented process. Which leaves with a chemical makeup unlike any other form of hibiscus.
200 mg of this unique extract is what proved so effective in the French study. And that’s exactly the amount I recommended Best Life Herbals use in Florinol UT. It’s the simplest bladder formula available.
Centuries of experience show hibiscus is safe, gentle, and effective. And it’s backed by modern science. Now you can get hibiscus in a form that makes it more effective than ever.
Visit BestLife-Herbals.com to learn more about the award-winning hibiscus extract in Floranol UT. It may be all you need to end your bladder problems for good.
Yours in continued good health,
Best Life Herbals Wellness Team
1 Mahadevan, N., et al, “Hibiscus sabdariffa Linn. – An overview,” Natural Product Radiance. 2009; 8(1): 77-83.
2 Alshami, I. and Alharbi, A.E., “Antimicrobial activity of Hibiscus sabdariffa extract against uropathogenic strains isolated from recurrent urinary tract infections,” Asian Pacific Journal of Tropical Disease. Aug 2014; 4(4): 317-322.
3 Allaert, F.A., Lettre de l’Infectiologue. Mar-Apr 2010; 25(2).
4 Ajay, M. et al, “Mechanisms of the anti-hypertensive effect of Hibiscus sabdariffa L. calyces,” J Ethnopharmacol. Feb 12, 2007; 109(3): 388-393.
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