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Ursul is a biologically active
nutritient that has an anti-inflammatory
effect, normalizes the function of the uro-genital
system, increases the body's immunity, provides
natural protection against malignant bacteria and
viruses, and improves functioning of the adrenal
60 all-natural vegetable gelatin capsules weighing
370 mg each. Supplied in a tamper-resistant
container of distinctive European design.
Ursul is designed to compensate for deficiencies in
minerals in the typical, everyday diet. It
provides natural protection against harmful bacteria
and viruses. Ursul helps normalize the
functioning of the uro-genital system. It also
provides users with additional micro-elements.
Contraindications: Not recommended for
persons with diabetes or ulcers or those sensitive to the ingredients in Ursul.
Dosage: One capsule twice a day with a glass
of water at meal time.
Storage: Store at room temperature (less than 25oC or 77oF) in a dry
place. Keep away from children.
Three (3) years from the date of manufacture noted on
Devil's claw (Harpagophytum
procumbens DS) has an anti-inflammatory, anesthetic,
anti-rheumatic effect. For centuries, it has
been used as a treatment for a variety of illnesses,
including fevers, skin complaints, arthritis and
diseases of the digestive tract as well as an
appetite stimulant. Since its introduction to Europe
in the early twentieth century, it has become a
popular anti-inflammatory and analgesic preparation
among herbalists for supportive or adjuvant treatment
of degenerative joint diseases, tendonitis, headache,
backache and menstrual pain. According to a
review of the biological and potential therapeutic
actions of Harpagophytum procumbens" in
Phytotherapy Research (Volume 21, Issue
3 , Pages 199 - 209), clinical trials support
Hp as a beneficial treatment for the
alleviation of pain and improvement of mobility in a
variety of musculoskeletal
Bearberry (Arctostaphylos uva ursi)
has historically been used for medicinal purposes. It
contains the glycoside arbutin, which has
antimicrobial properties and acts as a mild diuretic.
It has been used for urinary tract complaints,
including cystitis and urolithiasis.
Purple coneflower (Echinacea purpurea L) is an immuno-stimulator that
helps the body ward off infections and colds.
It has traditionally been used by North American
Plains Indians, perhaps more than most other plants,
for various herbal remedies. The European Medicines Agency (EMEA)
has assessed the body of evidence regarding Purple coneflower
and has approved the use of expressed juice and dried expressed
juice from fresh flowering aerial parts of Echinacea purpurea
for the short term prevention and treatment of common cold.
Colloidal silver is a natural antibiotic and preventative
of infections. The March 1978 issue of Science Digest,
in an article, "Our Mightiest Germ Fighter," reported: "Thanks
to eye-opening research, silver is emerging as a wonder of
modern medicine. An antibiotic kills perhaps a half-dozen
different disease organisms, but silver kills some 650.
Resistant strains fail to develop. Moreover, silver is virtually
non-toxic." Silver was a staple of medicine until about
1938 when it was largely replaced by pharmaceutical antibiotics.
It has returned in the last several years as a natural defense.
Amounts of 25 - 100 µg are generally considered
to be a "nutritional amount" and are reported to be safe to use
over extended periods of time.