Read This Before You Drink Another Bottle Of Cranberry Juice...

The Proven (And Discreet) Quick Cure For Your
Urinary Tract Infection

Dear Friend:

I see at least three to four patients a week who have urinary tract infections. For the most part they’re women, but now and again a guy comes in with the same problem.

People always ask me about cranberry juice, eating cranberries, and mostly they think that will change their PH.

Here is an article that Whole Foods put out that I thought was somewhat interesting:

“For many years, researchers believed that the ability of cranberries and cranberry juice to help prevent urinary tract infections (UTIs) was partly related to the strong acidity of the cranberries. Recent research has shown that it's not the acidity of the cranberries, but the unusual nature of their proanthocyanidins (PACs) that is related to prevention of UTIs. The special structure of these PACs (involving A-type linkages between their components) acts as a barrier to bacteria that might otherwise latch on to the urinary tract lining. In many studies, the UTI-preventing benefits of cranberries are somewhat modest and limited to women who have recurrent UTIs. But this whole area of investigation has opened the door to an understanding of other possible cranberry benefits. For example, stomach ulcers are often related to overgrowth and over-linking of one particular type of stomach bacteria (Helicobacter pylori) to the stomach lining. In much the same way as cranberries may help prevent bacterial attachment to the lining of the urinary tract, they may also help prevent attachment of bacteria to the stomach lining.”

In My Practice I Find That There Is Something
That Works Much Faster And Is Much More
Effective Than The Old Cranberry Cure.

In fact if you are drinking Ocean Spray cranberry juice, that’s filled with sugar or corn syrup, you might as well give up right now.

I’ve been giving 95% of my patients an amazing product that is a natural occurring simple sugar that appears to be a safe, practical alternative for the treatment of urinary tract infections (UTI’s)


Fem-Cur is absorbed eight times slower than glucose, and when ingested, is not converted to glycogen or stored in the liver, but rather goes directly to the blood stream from the upper GI tract.

Fem-Cur Works Right Away To Begin Healing

Fem-Cur is mostly filtered through the kidneys and routed to the bladder. The most common cause of UTIs are bacteria from the bowel that live on the skin near the rectum or in the vagina, which can spread and enter the urinary tract through the urethra.

Once these bacteria enter the urethra, they travel upward, causing infection in the bladder and sometimes other parts of the urinary tract.

Fem-Cur goes begins to work like magic almost immediately upon taking your first dose.

Why "Sex Can Be A Pain"
...And What You Can Do About It

Sexual intercourse is a common cause of urinary tract infections because the female anatomy can make women more prone to urinary tract infections. During sexual activity, bacteria in the vaginal area are sometimes massaged into the urethra.

Women who change sexual partners or begin having sexual intercourse more frequently may experience bladder or urinary tract infections more often than women who are celibate or in monogamous relationships. Although it is rare, some women get a urinary tract infection every time they have sex.

How Fem-Cur Rejuvenates
You Almost Instantly

Fem-Cur features a high quality healing and rejuvenating powder, a simple sugar that occurs naturally in cranberries and pineapples. The body metabolizes only miniscule amounts of these healing properties; the remainder is flushed from the body through the urinary tract to support maintenance of a healthy mucosal surface.

The normal force of urine flow from the kidneys through the bladder does not always flush out the bacteria along with it. Finger like projections called fimbriae or pili, protrude from the surfaces of the Escherichia coli, the organism responsible for about 90% of urinary tract infections. At the tip of the projections are amino acid + sugar complexes called “lectins”.

The E coli lectins bind to complementary carbohydrates on the host tissues’ surface enabling the bacteria to adhere to the inside walls of the bladder and urinary tract. This not only prevents the urine from rinsing them out, but also lets the bacteria overcome nutrient deprivation setting the stage for colonization and infection.

Fem-cur is not capable of killing either “friendly” or harmful bacteria. It simply relocates E coli from the inside to the outside of the urinary tract. By being absorbed in the upper GI tract, it doesn’t relocate E coli in the colon either. If you are are in a relationship or not it doesn't but if you are sexually active or not you will want to make sure you have this wonder cure in your medicine cabinet.

I have all of my female patients and friends get a bottle because when you need it you don't want to wait.

How One Patient Uses Fem-Cur:

"I use Fem-Cur as a preventative against my uti's. I do not  want to risk ever getting another painful bladder infection because, if you are or were a severe sufferer of uti's like me, you know you'd do just about anything to avoid that kind of pain and misery.

To prevent my bladder infections I take ½ teaspoon of powder Fem -Cur in water prior to having intercourse, another ½ teaspoon shortly afterward, and another ½ teaspoon several hours later.

As a daily supplement, I take 1/2 teaspoon of Fem-Cur in water in the morning when I get up an another 1/2 teaspoon in water before I go to bed. Depending on your body's needs you might need more or less Fem-Cur than me, everyone is different."


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