How is d-mannose manufactured
D-mannose is manufactured from birch and beech trees without using solvents. The process to extract d-mannose consists of using a strong light to charge the ions of mannose which allows the mannose to stick to a collector plate where they are scraped off in sterile conditions.
The process which extracts the mannose is called photosynthesis which is a clean process using light to create a charge on the ions which dissolves the mannose and produces only pure bio-active d-mannose which is effective against e.coli the cause of 90% of bladder infections.
Beware of so called pure d-mannose on the internet.D-mannose which is not natural will not dissolve in water leaving a chalky white mixture in the bottom of the glass, natural d-mannose will dissolve in the bottom of a glass of water.
Synthetic d-mannose is not manufactured the same way as natural d-mannose and is not as effective meaning you might have to take 2 or 3 times as much as natural d-mannose to achieve the same results.
Natural d-mannose is more natural to your body as our bodies make d-mannose but ony in small amounts,compared to synthetic d-mannose which is manufactured using fillers some synthetic d-mannose have nearly as many fillers as d-mannose.
What would your body ask for if there is a bladder infection in your body natural d-mannose which our bodies make which will not be alien to our body OR synthetic d-mannose with fillers and other chemicals we don't know anything about.....
If a person has a bladder infection the last thing is to irritate the bladder infection with synthetic d-mannose which could make symptoms worse rather than natural 100% pure d-mannose which our bodies produce.
D-mannose is used as an alternative to regular medication.
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The urinary tract is the way that the body process and get rid of liquids. It is supposed to be a sterile system.
Sometimes a bacterium (usually an E. coli bacteria not associated with the more common food bacteria) gets into the system because a catheter is inserted incorrectly or cleaning in the pelvic area was not complete.
In any event, a bacterium is in the urinary tract and wants to attach itself to the tract wall. After it does attach itself an irritation forms and then an infection.
Left untreated the infection can spread to the kidney. This is a more serious condition for your doctor. A course of antibiotics will be prescribed and 5 to 7 days later the patient will be feeling back to normal..
D-mannose is an effective alternative to regular medication.D-mannose is a natural sugar found in birch, beech trees and fruits which is effective against the e.coli bug.The e.coli bug is the cause of 90% of bladder infections
.D-mannose is taken in tea,water or fruit juice which coats the bladder wall and makes it sticky so when the e.coli bug comes into the bladder it sticks to the d-mannose then simply evacuates the bladder with the next urination leaving the bladder infection free.
Interstitial cystitis is a condition of the bladder. Some may think that this condition is an infection but it is not. Categorizing the symptoms as a condition simply means that doctors do not really know what it is.
They just know that it is. Since there is no real definition placing numbers on who has the condition or who will get it is difficult. Currently, estimates are that women are the main recipients with an estimate of 90 percent of cases.
This general estimate occurs primarily because male symptoms place the blame elsewhere when the symptoms could be classified as interstitial cystitis.