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HRI Water Balance Tablets with Dandelion Root, Uva Ursi and Buchu Leaf. to Relieve Symptoms of Mild Water Retention and Provide Bloating Relief. 60 Tablets

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There are different types of diuretics which have different uses. The most common ones are described here.

Potassium-sparing diuretics. Like other diuretics, these make you pass out more water. But they stop you losing too much of a salt, called potassium, at the same time. They’re usually used with other diuretics to stop your blood potassium going too low. An example is amiloride. Juniper - Blood purifying properties, maintains the health of the kidneys and helps to eliminate excess water. Furosemide is only available on prescription. It comes as tablets and a liquid that you swallow. It can also be given by injection, but this is usually only done in hospital. Diuretics are sometimes called "water tablets" because they make you pee more. This helps get rid of extra fluid in your body.If you’re taking diuretics and you have a long journey to make, you may need to think about planning some breaks because you’ll need to pee more often. Hypertension in adults: diagnosis and management. National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE), August 2019. www.nice.org.uk The reasons for this fluid build-up can range from an underlying injury around a joint space, such as a badly twisted knee, ankle or elbow to more serious conditions. Apart from its widely known culinary uses, parsley root has also beneficial health-related properties. It aids the excretory function of the kidneys.

This plant family has been part of traditional herbal medicine for hundreds, and perhaps even thousands of years, in both eastern and western herbalist traditions. Some diuretics can cause you to lose too much potassium. So, alongside your usual diuretic your GP may prescribe either: Nettle leaf extract also contributes to the function of the urinary tract, promoting the excretion of water through the kidneys. It supports venous circulation, thus helping to reduce the feeling of tired and heavy legs. Nettle also helps to maintain a healthy heart and cardiovascular system. This plant has a positive effect on our skin, supports the immune system and body’s vitality and helps to make you feel more energetic. Be careful when drinking alcohol while taking diuretics. Alcohol and diuretics together may make your blood pressure fall too low. The active ingredient in most water retention supplements are plants from the Asteraceae Compositae family. These includes extracts from flowering plants like dandelions.The diuretic medicines listed above must all be prescribed by your doctor. But you may have heard of diuretics you can buy over the counter. These are sometimes called ‘natural diuretics’. These are herbs or dietary supplements that claim to have a mild diuretic effect and so treat ‘water retention’. Some people use them for water retention linked to their periods. But there’s no evidence to show that they work. Buchu leaves are derived from three related plants of the same name, a species native to South Africa, as part of the fynbos plant kingdom. Wright C, Van-Buren L, Kroner C, et al. Herbal medicines as diuretics: A review of the scientific evidence. J Ethnopharmacol 2007; 114:1–31. Doi:10.1016/j.jep.2007.07.023

A diuretic is a substance that causes the body to flush more water through the kidneys as urine. Other diuretics include caffeine and alcohol. Overconsumption of diuretics can be dangerous and it important not to mix diuretic medicines. Too much salt in your diet can counteract the effects of some diuretics. So you might have to reduce the amount of salt you eat. You should always follow your doctor’s advice and read the information that comes with your medicine. Ask your doctor if you’re not sure how much salt you can eat. Every ingredient, no matter how pure or natural, has the risk of interaction with other medicines or the chance that one might have a less desirable reaction. Bearberry- A close relative of cranberry and blueberry that contains a good amount of arbutin that is known to be a natural antibiotic This product is used to relieve the symptoms of mild water retention, based on traditional use only. Adults should take 2 tablets, twice a day, after meals.If you’re taking potassium-sparing diuretics, you should avoid salt substitutes which are high in potassium. Otherwise, your potassium level may become too high.

Are allergic to any of the active ingredients or plants of the Asteraceae (Compositae) family such as daisies, marigolds, artichokes or any of the other ingredients You may also need to be careful if you take calcium supplements. Taken together, calcium supplements and some diuretics can make the level of calcium in your body go too high. You take most diuretics as tablets that you swallow. Diuretics make you need to pee more often, and usually start to act within one to two hours of taking them. It’s worth thinking about the best time to take them, so that they cause the least disruption to your day. Taking them early in the day might mean that they’re less likely to cause problems with your sleep. Talk to your doctor to work out what suits you best.

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Chronic heart failure in adults: diagnosis and management. National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE), September 2018. www.nice.org.uk The active extract in the Holland and Barrett ‘ HRI Water Balance Tablets is derived from the dandelion herb. It also includes extracts from the Uva-ursi leaf and Buchu leaves. This product is used to relieve the symptoms of mild water retention, based on traditional use only.

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