UTIpure




The Trusted Urinary Alkalinizer for Women to Relieve Painful Urination and Treat UTI Conditions

Urinary tract infection (UTI) is an infection in any part of the urinary system - kidneys, ureters, bladder and urethra. Anyone can get a urinary tract infection, but it is more common in women. In fact, women are four times more likely to get a UTI than men. The lifetime risk of getting a UTI as a woman is greater than 50%.

UTI causes the urine to become acidic resulting in a burning sensation during urination - which can be painful and uncomfortable. UTIpure is a urinary alkalinizer that helps relieve symptoms of UTI such as:


  • Burning sensation when urinating
  • Painful urination
  • Frequent urge to urinate
  • Incomplete emptying of the bladder sensation
  • Cloudy or reddish urine*
  • Foul-smelling urine*
*When taken in combination with antibiotics

UTIpure works to effectively relieve UTI symptoms in the following ways:
  • Neutralizing the acidity of urine - UTIpure makes the urine more alkaline (less acidic), which alleviates the discomfort caused by acidic urine. Alkalinizing urine also helps to hinder bacteria growth

  • Enhancing the action of antibiotics against bacteria by providing an alkaline pH environment

  • As an adjunct to antibiotic treatment for UTI

Each 4g sachet of UTIpure makes a pleasant lime-flavored effervescent drink for the relief of UTI symptoms caused by bacteria. UTIpure is also suitable for those concerned about sugar or artificial sweeteners since UTIpure does not contain any sugar or artificial sweeteners (i.e. saccharin, aspartame etc.).

For more information about UTIpure, please visit www.utipure.com.

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