Urtidin Tablet (Urinary Tract Health)
Use of Nettle root for prostate and irritable bladder complaints has been approved by Germany Commission E. Products made of Nettle root have been used to treat the voiding symptoms in stage I and II of BPH and alleviate its symptoms without causing a reduction in the size of the prostate. Steroid compounds in the raw extract of the Nettle root accelerate the movement of the macrophages to the target site and contribute to the anti-inflammatory effects of the drug. Also, steroids inhibit the activity of the Na + K + ATPase enzyme and thus inhibit the metabolism and growth of prostate cells. In a clinical trial including 79 patients was suffering from Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BHP), Nettle root extract was superior to the placebo in all measured parameters (urine flow and volume, residual urine).
Bladder medication, Urinary Tract Health
The prostate is a special part of the men body and Urinary Tract. Prostate in Urinary Tract is usually the size of nuts and is located lower than the bladder. The prostate is the primary area of the body’s urinary tract.
It is good to know that the risk of prostate cancer in Urinary Tract is higher in those with family history, even if there are no signs of prostate disease. These persons should be under inspection regularly from the age of 45 for prostate disorders. Some researchers have shown that high-fat consumption in the diet increases the chances of prostate cancer. urinary tract health is important. urination problems and urination disorders are the problems of the urinary tract.
Prostate cancer does not make any marks in the early stages. In the following steps the following symptoms may be seen:
1)Basic symptoms: These symptoms are similar to the symptoms of benign prostate cancer mentioned in the preceding sections.
2)The symptoms of the advanced stage of the disease are caused after the spread of cancer to other parts of the body, such as bone pains, anemia, and weight loss.
The Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia is a common disease in Urinary Tract of men. As a result of the prostate enlargement in the Urinary Tract, the urine is pressed and the urine outlet is blocked. Often, the disposable urine in Urinary Tract is due to lack of consuming fluids. When your excretory volume is less than 500 cc in the day, the alarm bell is a renal failure. In a few cases, excretory urine refers to less than 500 cc is the possibility of severe block or chronic renal failure. In the face of the abdominal swelling in Urinary Tract and the existence of signs of pain in the abdomen, the blockage should be suspected.
Nettle and Urinary Tract
The people of different countries from previous time knows Nettle as a precious plant. Genius used Nettle to improve the colds and diseases of the breathing apparatus. leaf of Nettle reduces blood sugar to improve rheumatism, kidney stone, and bladder (as a bladder medication).
Also, the root of Nettle is to improve the benign Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia. Nettle is rich in iron and vitamin c. Nettle can be prominently for relieving kidney stones.
Nettles is effective because of possessing plant hormones and urine increasing property, particularly in the early stages. The formation of kidney stones and urine vessels by increasing the flow in the Urinary Tract inhibits the formation of kidney stone and helps for the health of the Urinary Tract.
* Adjuvant treatment for the voiding symptoms (sensation of poor bladder emptying, dribbling, hesitancy) in stage I and II of Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH)
* Adjuvant treatment for Irritable Bladder
Dosage form and packaging
30 Tablets – 150 mg
Nettle (Urtica dioica) extract
Polysaccharids, Phytosterols, Flavonoids and Teriterponic acids
Take 1 tablet 3 times daily with enogh amount of fluid after each meal.
– With the onset of therapeutic effects appear gradually. Due to the chronic nature of disease, benign prostatic hyperplasia, it is necessary to continue taking this supplement for a long time.
Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH) is one of the most prevalent urologic disorders in men, affecting 90% of men over 65, which manifests itself as obstructive and irritative symptoms.
Use of stinging nettle root for prostate and irritable bladder complaints has been approved by Comission E. Products made of stinging nettle root have been used to treat the voiding symptoms in stage I and II of BPH and alleviate its symptoms without causing a reduction in the size of the prostate. Based on the views of this commission, stinging nettle root reduces residual urine and increases urine flow.
In numerous pharmacological studies, the following mechanisms of action have been proposed for stinging nettle root extract:
1- The active ingredients in the extract of stinging nettle root, like lignans, bind to Sex Hormone Binding Globulin (SHBG) and prevent it from binding to the prostate.
2- Steroidal compounds present in raw extract of stinging nettle root accelerate the movement of macrophages to their target and aids the anti-inflammatory effects of the drug. Furthermore, steroids inhibit the function of Na+K+ATPase enzyme and therefore inhibit the metabolism and growth of prostate cells.
3- The extract of stinging nettle root inhibits 5α-reductase and aromatase.
4- The extract of stinging nettle root inhibits cellular proliferation in BPH.
5- In a placebo-controlled clinical trial including 79 patients suffering BHP, stinging nettle root extract (600 mg per day, 5:1 extract for 6-8 weeks) was superior to the placebo in all measured parameters (urine flow and volume, residual urine). In another similar clinical trial, 50 patients with stage I and II BPH, who were administered stinging nettle root extract (600 mg per day, 5:1 extract for 9 weeks), showed considerable reduction in SHBG (p<0.0005) and considerable improvement in urine volume and maximum urinary flow rate. In a multicenter, double-blind clinical trial, 543 patients with early stages of BPH were administered a combination of extract of saw palmetto fruit (Serenoa repens) and stinging nettle root or finasteride (5α-reductase inhibitor). After 24 weeks, the mean maximum urinary flow rate (Qmax) increased 1.9 ml/s in the group administered extract of saw palmetto fruit and stinging nettle root and 2.4 ml/s in the finasteride group and no statistically significant difference was observed between the two groups (p=0.52). The researchers came to the conclusion that the efficacy of the combination of extract of saw palmetto fruit and stinging nettle root equals that of finasteride and is not associated with the size of the prostate. Nonetheless, better tolerance was observed with the combination of extract of saw palmetto fruit and stinging nettle root compared to finasteride.
Pregnancy and lactation: Due to other indications of stinging nettle, including its analgesic effects, products that contain it should be avoided during pregnancy. Also, it is best not to take large doses of such products during lactation.
With the recommended dosage, no adverse reaction has been reported. Mild digestive complaints might seldom occur. Sometimes decrease in urine production and seldom edema has been reported.
* Excessive use of Urtidin along with antidiabetic drugs and drugs that affect blood pressure can cause drug interactions.
* Urtidin intensifies the effects of central nervous system depressants.
* Iron supplements should be taken 1-2 hours after Urtidin.
* Avoid chewing Urtidin Tablet.
* Store at room temperature (15-30ºC).
* Protect from direct light and heat.
* Keep out of the reach of children.