Cysticlean and Cranberry

Who should take Cysticlean?

Cranberries are recommended in cases of recurrent urinary health issues, as a natural support to help reduce relapses.
This is due to the anti-adhesive characteristics of PACs contained in cranberries.

Instructions: 1 capsule a day

It can be taken at any time of day; however it is best to take it before going to bed so that the cranberry PACs work while you sleep. It is advisable to extend this from 3 to 6 months or until you stop relapsing.

For acute UTD, you should see your doctor so he can prescribe the most suitable antibiotic. In these cases, cranberries may help to prevent relapse. Never substitute antibiotics with cranberries.

Should I stop taking Cysticlean or take breaks?

The answer is no. Cranberries are a source of nutrients like any other food consumed in a normal diet. Its components do not accumulate in your body, so it can be taken continuously.
Do not exceed the stated dose. If symptoms persist, consult your doctor or pharmacist.

Cysticlean should not be used to treat, prevent or cure any disease. However, it may be an effective part of a health maintenance routine as part of a healthy lifestyle. If an infection is suspected, always consult a health care professional.