Nourish UT


Nourish UT by Dr. Lisa O.

Nourish UT - Dr. Lisa O's Urinary Tract Support is a powerful supplement that helps to support and maintain urinary tract health. This unique formula contains a proprietary blend of herbs and nutrients that work together to promote urinary tract health and balance.

Dr. Lisa O Urinary Tract Support is designed to help keep the urinary tract functioning properly and help reduce the risk of UTI’s (Urinary Tract Infections). This natural supplement can be used by both men and women and is safe for long-term use.

The unique blend of herbs in Dr. Lisa O Urinary Tract Support includes: Cranberry extract, Uva Ursi extract, Buchu leaf extract, and Cornsilk powder. These herbs have been traditionally used to support urinary tract health.

Cranberry extract is rich in antioxidants and has been shown to help prevent UTI’s by reducing the ability of bacteria to adhere to the bladder walls. Uva Ursi extract is a traditional Herbal diuretic that helps to flush the urinary tract and maintain healthy urine flow. Buchu leaf extract is a potent antimicrobial herb that helps fight against infection-causing bacteria. Cornsilk powder is a gentle, soothing herb that helps to relieve inflammation and discomfort.

Dr. Lisa O Urinary Tract Support is easy to take, simply take 2 capsules daily with water. For best results, take for a minimum of 3 months. This supplement is manufactured in the USA in an FDA registered facility that follows GMP guidelines.

Nourish UT Ingredient Panel

D-Mannose - The cause of 90 percent of UTIs is E. coli bacteria. As soon as these bacteria enter the urinary tract, they latch on to cells, grow, and cause infection. By stopping bacteria from attaching to D-mannose, researchers believe that it could treat or prevent a UTI. Your body eventually eliminates D-mannose through the kidneys and the urinary tract after consuming foods or supplements containing it.

When it is in the urinary tract, it can attach to E. coli bacteria that may be present. This prevents bacteria from attaching to cells and causing infection. Several early studies suggest that D-mannose might help people who have UTIs, but more research is needed.

Thirty-eight women with frequent UTIs were studied in a 2013 study using D-mannose. During a 6-month trial, D-mannose prevented UTIs about as well as nitrofurantoin. (1)

Cranberry Juice Powder (Vaccinium macrocrpon) (fruit)- The most common cause of UTIs is the intestinal bacterium Escherichia coli (E. coli), which attaches itself to the inner surface of the bladder and urinary tract. Phytonutrients known as A-type proanthocyanidins or condensed tannins are present in cranberries. A-type proanthocyanidin-containing cranberry supplements could be an effective preventative measure. Consult your healthcare professional if you suspect you have a UTI. Antibiotics should be the first line of treatment. (2)

Hibiscus Flower Extract (Hibiscus sabdariffa) - Traditional medicine uses hibiscus for lowering blood pressure, stimulating diuretic effects, and reducing cholesterol levels. Several bioactive compounds in hibiscus are believed to contribute to its health benefits. Data suggests hibiscus extracts can reduce urinary tract infections by almost 80 percent. In a 184-day study with 90 participants, regular and premium 200 mg doses of hibiscus sabdariffa extract reduced urinary tract infections (UTIs). (3)(4)

Dandelion Herb Extract (Taraxacum afficinale) - Beta carotene is an antioxidant found in dandelions that may protect cells from oxidative stress and damage. Inflammation may be reduced by certain compounds in dandelion, such as polyphenols. Dandelion may support your body's ability to fight infection with its antimicrobial and antiviral properties. (5)