Recurrent urinary tract problems - gut health, FAN

I shall not mention UTIs because supplement companies cannot help with infections. Only drugs and doctors can help with infections.

But if you have urinary tract problems and want support or help with those issues, I've got you covered.

Cranberry type products are said to work well to prevent bacteria from sticking to the walls of the bladder, which may help prevent bladder and other urinary tract problems. That being said, a lot of research says they don't work.

Several studies suggest that D-Mannose has a good success rate and may be an alternative to antibiotics. D-Mannose works by way of inhibiting E. coli.

But, what if you have candida overgrowth? What if D-Mannose doesn't work. Or what if you just can't ever stop taking these natural alternatives otherwise your issues immediately come back?

Honestly speaking, Nano Scrub is extremely good at helping with urinary tract problems. Really good. In our pre-launch tests I personally worked with about 30 women myself. Many of them had urinary tract problems that just never went away. The product works. The protocol for how to use it, when to use it, and for how long to use it for is on the product page on our website. For urinary tract problems, please consider using it for at least 3 months.

No, you won't need to take this forever. It isn't that type of product. It works. You can move on after using it.

This doesn't mean no urinary tract problems won't ever come back. Imbalances come from food, stress, meds, etc. all the time. But you will have an alterative to help address it that works and is super effective that won't make you have to stay on it. And it won't kill beneficial bacteria either. Nano Scrub will disassemble the outer protective system of bad stuff but does not have the same effect on beneficial bacteria because they have a different protective system (at least that is what we assume from the research).

If you have questions, please send us a DM on Instagram @silverfernbrand, or visit for our protocols.

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