bladder control

  1. Big Pharma pushing botulism for bladder control

    Mainstream medicine is peddling poison for your bladder

    Remember the good ol' days when the occasional potty break would interrupt your sleep? Well, lately it's been the other way around.

    You're lucky to catch 20 or 30 minutes of Z's before you're sprinting to the powder room again, trying to hit the toilet before you start dribbling like the Harlem Globetrotters.

    And if frequent urination and the occasional "oops" haven't driven you crazy yet, don't worry -- the mainstream is MILES ahead of you.

    They've just unveiled a bladder treatment crazier than a dog in a hubcap factory. And it won't just leave you spinning your wheels -- it could have you fighting for your life.

    Two new studies presented at the American Urological Association annual meeting -- a Big Pharma show and tell if there ever was one -- are now recommending potentially dangerous Botox injections for bladder control.

    The same neurotoxin Hollywood starlets jab between their eyes... that actress Angelica Huston crusaded against after it froze her face... can now be rammed into your tender bladder for the low, low price of $250 an injection.

    Researchers are claiming Botox could prevent thousands of bladder surgeries. Well, cemeteries are full of folks who will never need surgery again -- folks like a California 7-year-old whose parents bought the mainstream's lies about the safety of Botox, right before she died.

    And she wasn't the first victim of this lethal neurotoxin either -- just the latest.

    Listen, there's nothing more humiliating than peeing your pants during a lunch date with friends. But dropping dead is no picnic either.

    If the constant urge to go has you going bonkers, give this safe, natural Chinese formulation a try, and see how much better you can feel in just a few weeks' time. But keep the mainstream's poisoned syringe away from your bladder, or one minute you could be peeing like a racehorse... And the next you'll be headed to the glue factory.

  2. Natural breakthrough for bladder support

    Stop running to the bathroom and maintain control of your bladder

    They say you're supposed to slow down as you get older -- but if you're a senior with bladder issues, you've probably broken speed limits (and possibly speed records) trying to get to a bathroom on time.

    And if you're wondering right now if you'll make it to the end of this article before your next bathroom break, you're not alone.

    Millions of seniors suffer from the embarrassment and downright humiliation of a bossy bladder -- including men and women alike whose doctors have ruled out all the usual suspects.

    "You're just getting older," say these doctors, throwing up their hands. "Try drinking less, especially at night."

    I almost threw my own hands up as well, because this one had me stumped. My team and I scoured the globe looking for answers to healthy bladder support -- and at first, we came up bone dry.

    And that's when it hit me: I wasn't looking in the wrong places... I was looking in the wrong times!

    So I went back to the drawing board and dug through centuries of medical texts from around the world, where I re-discovered what I believe are literally the all-time best bladder support compounds -- starting with the ancient Chinese secret, the root of a plant called Lindera aggregata.

    This root has been used in traditional Chinese medicine to support the bladder. And like so many other ancient herbal compounds, modern science is only now starting to unlock its secrets -- like the recent in vitro study that found Lindera has antibacterial properties.

    Over in India, they also have an herb that's withstood the test of time. It's the bark of Crataeva nurvala, and -- once again -- "modern" science is only just scratching the surface here.

    In one recent in vitro study, a compound in the bark was found to increase the tone of smooth muscle.

    You know what your bladder is, right? It's an organ -- lined with smooth muscles. Three layers of them, in fact. When those muscles don't do as good a job as they once did, you may find yourself running to the bathroom more than you'd like-- and when they maintain strength and tone, you stay in control.

    That's two, but I didn't stop there -- because I also found an herb used since ancient Roman times, called horsetail. Turns out the horsetail the Romans were so crazy about is actually a great bladder supporter.

    You don't have to visit the local racetrack for this herb, because it's not actually the tail of a horse. It's a prickly plant called equisetum arvense, and the ancients drank it as a tea.

    Take my word for it: It may not be made of a horse's tail, but it sure tastes like a horse's you-know-what.

    Luckily, you don't have to drink it -- because horsetail, Crataeva nurvala and Lindera aggregata are all in my new easy-to-swallow (and mercifully tasteless) bladder support formula, InControl 24.

    Watch your inbox for more on the breakthrough that could help you take life -- and bathroom breaks -- at your own speed again.

  3. Prostate surgery leads to appalling new side effect

    All the men recovering from prostate surgery have helped turn adult diapers into one of the hottest sellers in the warehouse club. Now, a new study finds that these men don't just leak urine at all the wrong times -- they also leak at the worst possible time: during sex.

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