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You’re busy shopping… or taking your kids/grandkids to an event… or out with friends for a well-deserved night out “with the girls.” Suddenly, you have to go. Not maybe. Not in a few minutes. You have to go now.
Someone tells a hilarious joke during a meeting at work… you’re in the middle of a workout… or you cough or sneeze while at dinner with another couple. You feel a warm sensation between your legs.
For a third of women – and half of those around retirement age – these are everyday experiences. Sudden urges and bladder leaks are among the most common – and most embarrassing – problems women face.
Imagine giving up favorite activities for fear of a leak. Going out rarely, because there may not be a handy ladies’ room. And trying desperately to stifle sneezes, coughs, and even laughter so you don’t “leak.”
Of course, there’s a good chance you don’t have to imagine. Because that’s what countless generations of women have suffered through.
But a strange herbal combination may have changed that forever. No more frustration… no more embarrassment… no more adult diapers.
Nobody seems quite sure what triggered the idea to combine these two oddball elements. But this east-west “clash of cultures” may just be your ticket to freedom from the tyranny of your bladder.
East Meets West – And a Bladder Health Revolution Is Born
Hundreds – perhaps thousands – of years before Europeans arrived, pumpkins were a popular crop in the New World. The flesh was a food high in fiber and vitamin A… and a good source of several other vitamins and minerals.
The Native Americans also roasted pumpkin seeds as a nutritious snack. They’re high in protein, zinc, magnesium… and deliver meaningful amounts of several other minerals.
With their potent nutrition profile, pumpkin seeds quickly became an herbal remedy – especially for urinary tract and bladder problems.
Meanwhile, on the other side of the world, Japanese soldiers discovered “horse feed” could be converted to a human superfood.
According to popular history, a great general was encamped with his army when the enemy launched a surprise nighttime attack. The men were boiling soybeans to feed their horses when sentries raised the alarm.
The general’s staff dumped the soybeans into a rice-straw sack, jumped on their horses, and rode off to safety.
When they stopped to rest, the soldiers opened the sacks of soybeans to feed their horses. They noticed the sticky beans smelled sweet and tasted them. The soybeans had gone from inedible to delicious.
Back then, the soldiers couldn’t know what had happened. A bacteria unique to the rice straw had fermented the boiled soy. They had accidentally discovered natto.
Today, natto is a breakfast staple in Japan. Natto’s discovery opened the door for scientists to uncover the health benefits of fermented soy and soy isoflavones.
It was also the first step towards a revolution in bladder health.
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Inca nobles uncovered the power of pumpkin seeds centuries before Europeans had a clue. Japanese doctors were generations ahead of the West with soy.
Now you can enjoy the best of both worlds for maximum bladder relief.
Pumpkin seeds have a long history of prostate, bladder, and urinary relief. They’ve been well studied by modern science. Just last year, Italian scientists reviewed several studies.
These studies looked at the effect of pumpkin seeds on bladder and urinary issues for men with prostate trouble. Six of the studies were clinical trials.
In all 6 clinical trials, men taking pumpkin seed extract showed significant bladder and urinary improvements.1
A team of Japanese scientists noted taking pumpkin seed extracts is linked to fewer nighttime trips to the bathroom. So, they tested pumpkin seed extract on adults with frequent urges.
Over the course of 12 weeks, volunteers taking the extract experienced fewer and fewer urges.2
Imagine if you had fewer sudden urges during the day. And fewer interruptions at night. You’d be better-rested… feel more relaxed… and more confident. When you’re not tethered to the nearest restroom, your world can open up again.
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Soy has been studied even more than pumpkin seeds. But not so much for bladder relief.
Natto, for instance, contains a unique enzyme. This enzyme – called nattokinase – discourages unhealthy “thickening” and clotting of blood. Scientists believe it’s a major reason Japanese people have such a low rate of heart trouble.
Many studies have looked at the effect of soy isoflavones on “the change.” Isoflavones mimic the activity of estrogen. They appear to ease many of the uncomfortable effects as a woman’s fertile years come to a close.
But I haven’t found many studies that look primarily at soy’s effect on bladder or urinary problems. But I did come across one.
In 2001, doctors in Hong Kong examined the effect of soy isoflavones on 2,000 older male volunteers. They excluded anyone who…
• Was taking drugs for urinary trouble
• Had undergone bladder surgery for any reason
• Who had suffered with bladder or prostate cancer.
This left 1,701 men in their study.
The doctors carefully reviewed the men’s diets for isoflavone intake. They also tested their volunteers for bladder/urinary performance. That is, they tested for stream strength, emptying, and similar signs of good bladder/urinary health.
The doctors then adjusted their results for any factors that might affect the final numbers. These included medical records and lifestyle choices. Then they laid out the results, which were clear.
The men with higher isoflavone levels in their diet had a much lower their risk of having bladder/urinary problems. Compared with men who ate few or no foods containing isoflavones, the men who at more cut their risk by up to 41%.3
At some point – and I’m not sure anyone knows exactly when – someone asked the big question: “What if we combined pumpkin seed with soy?” That’s when things got interesting.
Simple, Natural, Powerful Bladder Relief Is Born
What would you do with your new-found freedom if you didn’t have to rush to the restroom as often? If you started sleeping through the night again? And if you didn’t have to fear a “leak” every time you exercised, laughed, or sneezed?
Do you think a few horizons would open up to you again? Imagine going out to a comedy club and laughing till your sides ache. Taking up jogging or tennis again. Or lasting until intermission at the theater. No more back-row tickets for you!
That seems to be the potential when you combine pumpkin seed extract with soy isoflavones.
An early Japanese study tested this combination on mature women with nighttime bladder control problems.
The women reported sleeping better and got up less often in the night to urinate. They also had fewer daytime urges. And experienced far fewer embarrassing leaks.4
Keep in mind, the only change these volunteers made was to take the pumpkin seed/soy mix.
Then, in 2014, a Swiss-Korean study looked at a specific mix of pumpkin seed and soy.
Swiss scientists had been tinkering with the balance of pumpkin seed extract and soy isoflavones. And thought they’d found just the right combination. So they tested it.
Doctors divided 120 volunteers into 2 groups. One group took the pumpkin seed/soy combo. The other group took a placebo.
After 12 weeks, the pumpkin seed/soy group had far fewer daytime and nighttime urges. When they had to go, the urgency was less extreme. And they had notably fewer leaks.
Plus, when asked, 90% of the pumpkin seed/soy group said they wanted to keep taking the formula… because their quality of life had improved.5
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Picture yourself sleeping peacefully through the night. Enjoying a day of shopping, or an evening at a show, without fear. Or playing golf or tennis without worrying about an embarrassing leak – or being too far from the restroom.
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Yours in continued good health,
Best Life Herbals Wellness Team
The statements and products contained herein have not been evaluated by the US Food and Drug Administration. They are not intended to treat, diagnose, prevent or cure and disease.
1 Damiano, R., et al, “The role of Cucurbita pepo in the management of patients affected by lower urinary tract symptoms due to benign prostatic hyperplasia: A narrative review,” Arch Ital Urol Androl. Jul 4, 2016; 88(2): 136-143.
2 Nishimura, M., et al, “Pumpkin Seed Oil Extracted From Cucurbita maxima Improves Urinary Disorder in Human Overactive Bladder,” J Tradit Complement Med. Jan 2014; 4(1): 72-74.
3 Wong, S.Y.S., et al, “The association between isoflavone and lower urinary tract symptoms in elderly men,” British Journal of Nutrition. 2007; 98: 1237–1242.
4 Sogabe, H. and Terado, T., “Open Clinical Study of Effects of Pumpkin Seed Extract/ Soybean Germ Extract Mixture-containing Processed Food on Nocturia,” Jpn J Med Pharm Sci. Nov 2001; 46(5): 727-737.
5 Shima, B., et al, “A randomized double-blind placebo-controlled clinical trial of a product containing pumpkin seed extract and soy germ extract to improve overactive bladder-related voiding dysfunction and quality of life,” Journal of Functional Foods. May 2014; 8: 111-117.