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THE BLADDER REGULATOR® MEDICAL INDICATIONS

   The fundamental physical nature of herbal infusions is chemical, as is the fundamental physical nature of the human body. In the information that follows, it’s tempting to think about “active ingredients.” However, the effects of a plant can rarely be attributed to a single constituent. More often, effects are due to various ways in which a whole plant complex interacts with the human body. In pathology prevention the healthcare provider is led to conclude, “the whole is more than the sum of the parts.” Often actions are synchronized in a symbiotic relationship and work together in a way that will benefit the body as a whole system.

   The herbal remedies of the world vary in strength from potentially lethal poisons to gentle tonics that might be considered foods. This variation in the potency of pharmacological impact is chemically based and has a profound effect on the therapeutic selection of herbs for any individual. In pathology prevention we focus on the use of mild normalizers and gentle effectors and use strong effectors only if absolutely necessary. Normally our infusions require 3 to 6 months of daily use before the desired effect can be observed. This assures the confidence and safety required in pathology prevention. In fact, potent effectors are hardly used at all in our infusions. They are, however, the foundation of pharmacological medicine.

   The activity of most infusions is more complex than a mere representation of the effects of an “active ingredient.” None the less, a review of active constituents can be illuminating and provide general expectations for the personal or family Health Guardian practicing pathology prevention. 

   This herbal infusion uses a blend of pharmaceutical grade herbs optimized to provide the Bladder and Urinary System with the prominent medical actions indicated below at varying strengths and capabilities. 

Blood Flow

     6% of this infusion contains biomedical reagents that have been observed to cause Anticoagulant actions, resulting from the plant compounds of the Ginger Root provided by this infusion.

   13% of this infusion contains biomedical reagents that have been observed to cause Antihemorrhagic actions, resulting from the plant compounds of the Horsetail aerial parts and Nettle Root provided by this infusion.

     6% of this infusion contains biomedical reagents that have been observed to cause Emmenagogue actions, resulting from the plant compounds of the Ginger Root provided by this infusion.

     6% of this infusion contains biomedical reagents that have been observed to cause Hemostatic actions, resulting from the plant compounds of the Horsetail aerial parts provided by this infusion.

   13% of this infusion contains biomedical reagents that have been observed to cause Hypertensive actions, resulting from the plant compounds of the Agrimony Leaves provided by this infusion.

     6% of this infusion contains biomedical reagents that have been observed to cause Vasoconstrictor actions, resulting from the plant compounds of the Horse Chestnut provided by this infusion.

   13% of this infusion contains biomedical reagents that have been observed to cause Vasodilator actions, resulting from the plant compounds of the Nettle Root and Ginger Root provided by this infusion.

Catalyze Action

    19% of this infusion contains biomedical reagents that have been observed to cause Bitter actions, resulting from the plant compounds of the  Agrimony leaves provided by this infusion.

   25% of this infusion contains biomedical reagents that have been observed to cause Cholagogue actions, resulting from the plant compounds of the Dandelion leaves and Ginger Root provided by this infusion.

    6% of this infusion contains biomedical reagents that have been observed to cause Chronotropic (Positive) actions, resulting from the plant compounds of the Ginger Root provided by this infusion.

    19% of this infusion contains biomedical reagents that have been observed to cause Choleretic actions, resulting from the plant compounds of the Ginger Root provided by this infusion.

    13% of this infusion contains biomedical reagents that have been observed to cause Circulatory Stimulant actions, resulting from the plant compounds of the Nettle Root and Ginger Root provided by this infusion.

    6% of this infusion contains biomedical reagents that have been observed to cause Emetic actions, resulting from the plant compounds of the Seven Barks Root provided by this infusion.

    6% of this infusion contains biomedical reagents that have been observed to cause Expectorant actions, resulting from the plant compounds of the Nettle Root provided by this infusion.

    13% of this infusion contains biomedical reagents that have been observed to cause Digestive stimulant actions, resulting from the plant compounds of the Ginger Root provided by this infusion.

    19% of this infusion contains biomedical reagents that have been observed to cause Immuno-Stimulant actions, resulting from the plant compounds of the Horsetail aerial parts provided by this infusion.

    6% of this infusion contains biomedical reagents that have been observed to cause Inotrophic actions, resulting from the plant compounds of the Ginger Root provided by this infusion.

    6% of this infusion contains biomedical reagents that have been observed to cause Rubefacient actions, resulting from the plant compounds of the Ginger Root provided by this infusion.

    6% of this infusion contains biomedical reagents that have been observed to cause Sialagogue actions, resulting from the plant compounds of the Seven Barks Root provided by this infusion.

Cellular Binding

   44% of this infusion contains biomedical reagents that have been observed to cause Astringent actions, resulting from the plant compounds of the Agrimony Leaves, Horsetail aerial parts, Nettle Root, Slippery Elm Bark and Horse Chestnut provided by this infusion.

   13% of this infusion contains biomedical reagents that have been observed to cause Demulcent actions, resulting from the plant compounds of the Dandelion Leaves and Slippery Elm Bark provided by this infusion.

    6% of this infusion contains biomedical reagents that have been observed to cause Emollient actions, resulting from the plant compounds of the Slippery Elm Bark provided by this infusion.

Cleansing

   19% of this infusion contains biomedical reagents that have been observed to cause Antimicrobial actions, resulting from the plant compounds of the Agrimony leaves provided by this infusion.

   19% of this infusion contains biomedical reagents that have been observed to cause Antioxidant actions, resulting from the plant compounds of the Ginger Root provided by this infusion.

   13% of this infusion contains biomedical reagents that have been observed to cause Antiseptic actions, resulting from the plant compounds of the Nettle Root and Ginger Root provided by this infusion.

    6% of this infusion contains biomedical reagents that have been observed to cause Anthelmintic actions, resulting from the plant compounds of the Seven Barks Root provided by this infusion.

    6% of this infusion contains biomedical reagents that have been observed to cause Antibiotic actions, resulting from the plant compounds of the Ginger Root provided by this infusion.

    6% of this infusion contains biomedical reagents that have been observed to cause Cathartic actions, resulting from the plant compounds of the Seven Barks Root provided by this infusion.

    6% of this infusion contains biomedical reagents that have been observed to cause Detoxifier actions, resulting from the plant compounds of the Nettle Root provided by this infusion.

Deaden Sensation

   6% of this infusion contains biomedical reagents that have been observed to cause Analgesic actions, resulting from the plant compounds of the Ginger Root provided by this infusion.

Functional Repair

    6% of this infusion contains biomedical reagents that have been observed to cause Male-Reproductive Tonic and Female-Reproductive Tonic actions, resulting from the plant compounds of the Saw Palmetto Berries provided by this infusion.

   19% of this infusion contains biomedical reagents that have been observed to cause Alterative actions, resulting from the plant compounds of the Saw Palmetto Berries provided by this infusion.

   19% of this infusion contains biomedical reagents that have been observed to cause Carminative actions, resulting from the plant compounds of the Ginger Root provided by this infusion.

   19% of this infusion contains biomedical reagents that have been observed to cause Hepatic actions, resulting from the plant compounds of the Agrimony Leaves provided by this infusion.

    6% of this infusion contains biomedical reagents that have been observed to cause Vascular Tonic actions, resulting from the plant compounds of the Horse Chestnut provided by this infusion.

   25% of this infusion contains biomedical reagents that have been observed to cause General Tonic actions, resulting from the plant compounds of the Horsetail aerial parts and Seven Barks Root provided by this infusion.

    6% of this infusion contains biomedical reagents that have been observed to cause Vulnerary actions, resulting from the plant compounds of the Horsetail aerial parts provided by this infusion.

Nutrient Transport

    6% of this infusion contains biomedical reagents that have been observed to cause Hypoglycemic Treatment Treatment actions, resulting from the plant compounds of the Nettle Root provided by this infusion.

    6% of this infusion contains biomedical reagents that have been observed to cause Nutritive Treatment actions, resulting from the plant compounds of the Nettle Root provided by this infusion.

Prevent Action

    6% of this infusion contains biomedical reagents that have been observed to cause Antiallergic actions, resulting from the plant compounds of Nettle Root provided by this infusion.

    6% of this infusion contains biomedical reagents that have been observed to cause Antiemetic actions, resulting from the plant compounds of the Ginger Root provided by this infusion.

    6% of this infusion contains biomedical reagents that have been observed to cause Antihepatotoxic actions, resulting from the plant compounds of the Dandelion leaves provided by this infusion.

   69% of this infusion contains biomedical reagents that have been observed to cause Anti-inflammatory actions, resulting from the plant compounds of the Agrimony leaves, Horsetail aerial parts, Nettle Root, Saw Palmetto Berries, Slippery Elm Bark, Ginger Root and Horse Chestnut provided by this infusion.

   13% of this infusion contains biomedical reagents that have been observed to cause Antirheumatic actions, resulting from the plant compounds of the Horsetail aerial parts and Nettle Root provided by this infusion.

   31% of this infusion contains biomedical reagents that have been observed to cause Antispasmodic actions, resulting from the plant compounds of the Agrimony Leaves, Saw Palmetto Berries and Ginger Root provided by this infusion.

    19% of this infusion contains biomedical reagents that have been observed to cause Hepatoprotector actions, resulting from the plant compounds of the Ginger Root provided by this infusion.

   

Remove Water

   19% of this infusion contains biomedical reagents that have been observed to cause Diaphoretic actions, resulting from the plant compounds of the Agrimony Leaves, Seven Barks Root, and Ginger Root provided by this infusion.

    44% of this infusion contains biomedical reagents that have been observed to cause Diuretic actions, resulting from the plant compounds of the Dandelion leaves, Horsetail aerial parts, Nettle Root, Saw Palmetto Berries, and Seven Barks Root provided by this infusion.

Temperature Regulation

   6% of this infusion contains biomedical reagents that have been observed to cause Thermogenic actions, resulting from the plant compounds of the Ginger Root provided by this infusion.

NOTE: This product and information about the product, are not intended to diagnose or treat any illness or disease. For diagnosis or treatment consult a health professional. Information provided on this site is for educational purposes and decision enablement only. This product has not been evaluated by the FDA.

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