How it Works

How it Works

How it works

Do you suffer from UTIs? ellura is a proven urinary tract supplement that starts working quickly – and keeps working – to protect you from harmful bacteria that leads to painful UTIs.1

Medical-grade: ellura is made using a proprietary process to get to the powerful ingredient found deep within the juice concentrate of cranberries that matters most — PAC or proanthocyanidins. The PAC attaches to bacteria so it doesn't attach to your urinary tract wall and cause a UTI! 

Proven prevention in every capsule: Only ellura has 36 mg of PAC in one capsule – the proven minimum amount needed for UTI protection! When you take ellura once a day it creates a shield in your urinary tract to constantly protect it from UTI-causing bacteria. So to put it simply -- high levels of PAC are a must and one a day is a plus! 

Begins working fast: Starts to work within hours of taking just one capsule to flush away the bad bacteria when you urinate.1 It’s important to take ellura about the same time every day because it works on a 24-hour protection cycle.

Safe: ellura is a natural supplement so it’s safe to take every day to maintain a clean urinary tract and to avoid future UTIs. Plus, its an alternative to antibiotics which should be used to treat a UTI only, but not taken daily to prevent them from coming back as they have many unwanted side effects and lead to bacterial resistance.₂

Take control: Proven UTI prevention does not require a prescription from your doctor.

Just one ellura  capsule a day shields you from painful UTIs and offers ongoing protection.

Consumer MOA

Be aware of other cranberry supplements that claim to prevent UTIs! They do not have enough of the powerful PAC ingredient – if any at all – so read the ingredients closely. You’d need to take up to hundreds of these supplements to try to match the protection of medical-grade ellura. Click here to learn more about the ellura PAC difference or watch our product video.

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1 Amy B. Howell, Henry Botto et al. BMC Infectious Diseases 2010, 10:94.

 ₂ Nickel, JC. Practical Management of Recurrent Urinary Tract Infections in Premenopausal Women. Rev Urol. 2005 Winter; 7(1): 11–17.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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