Urinary tract infection (UTI) is an infection in any part of the urinary system — kidneys, ureters, bladder and urethra. Anyone can get a urinary tract infection, but it is more common in women. In fact, women are four times more likely to get a UTI than men. The lifetime risk of getting a UTI as a woman is greater than 50%.

UTI causes the urine to become acidic resulting in a burning sensation during urination – which can be painful and uncomfortable. UTIpure is a urinary alkalinizer that helps relieve symptoms of UTI such as:

  • Burning sensation when urinating
  • Painful urination
  • Frequent urge to urinate
  • Incomplete emptying of the bladder sensation
  • Cloudy or reddish urine*
  • Foul-smelling urine*
  • Constant pressure in the lower abdomen
*When taken in combination with antibiotics

UTIpure works to effectively relieve UTI symptoms in the following ways:

  • Neutralizes the acidity of urine. UTIpure makes the urine more alkaline (less acidic), which alleviates the discomfort caused by acidic urine. Alkalinizing urine also helps to hinder bacteria growth
  • Enhances the action of antibiotics against bacteria by providing an alkaline pH environment
  • As an adjunct to antibiotic treatment for UTI

Each 4g sachet of UTIpure makes a pleasant lime-flavored effervescent drink for the relief of UTI symptoms caused by bacteria. UTIpure is also suitable for those concerned about sugar or artificial sweeteners since UTIpure does not contain any sugar or artificial sweeteners (i.e. saccharin, aspartame etc.).

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  1. MIMS UK.
  2. Spooner, J. B. 1984. “Alkalinisation in the management of cystitis.” Journal of International Medical Research 12(1):30-34.
  3. Yang, L., Wang, K., Li, H., Denstedt, J.D. & Cadieux, P.A. 2014. “The influence of urinary pH on antibiotic efficacy against bacterial uropathogens.” Urology 84(3): 731.e1­7.
  4. Gargan, R.A., Hamilton­Miller, J.M. & Brumfitt, W. 1993. “Effect of alkalinisation and increased fluid intake on bacterial phagocytosis and killing in urine.” European Journal of Clinical Microbiology 12(7):534­9.

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Those suffering from urinary tract infection (UTI) and dysuria (painful or difficult urination).

    • For relieving discomfort in urinary tract infection (UTI)
    • For symptomatic relief of dysuria (painful or difficult urination)
    • To enhance the action of certain antibiotics* against bacteria that caused UTI

*Especially sulphonamides

  • UTIpure is available in pack sizes of 6 + 3 sachets per box
    (Total 9 sachets)
  • For limited time, while stocks last!
Get 3 sachets with every purchase of 2 x UTIpure (9s) pack
(Total 21 sachets per set)

Take 4g to 8g (1 to 2 sachets) dissolved in cold water four times daily for 5 days or as directed by the physician.

  • Renal failure or hypernatremia
  • Concurrent hexamine mandelate or hexamine hippurate therapy
  • Caution is advised in overt and occult cardiac failure
  • Concomitant use of urinary alkalinizers and quinolone antibiotics should also be avoided because crystalluria may be more likely to occur in alkaline urine
Active ingredient per sachet Strength
Sodium bicarbonate 1760 mg
Sodium citrate anhydrous 630 mg
Citric acid anhydrous 720 mg
Tartaric acid 890 mg
Also contains lime flavoring agent
  • When to take UTIpure?

As soon as you notice any UTI symptoms, take UTIpure as early as possible. UTIpure can help to relieve discomforts in UTI such as painful and burning sensation.

  • Can I take UTIpure if I am on a low sodium diet?

All urinary alkalinizers contain sodium, which should be taken into account if you are on a low sodium diet. UTIpure contains 650 mg sodium per sachet. Talk with your doctor if you are unsure whether UTIpure is right for you.

  • Do I need antibiotics?

UTIpure helps to relieve symptoms of UTI and hinder bacteria growth, but sometimes some bacteria might still remain in the urinary tract. In that case, antibiotics are required to clear up the infection by killing the bacteria. However, you may continue to take UTIpure together with antibiotics for symptomatic relief as the discomforts of UTI may persist for several days. UTIpure is also able to enhance the action of antibiotics against bacteria by providing an alkaline pH environment.

  • Does UTIpure contain sugar or sweetener?

UTIpure DOES NOT contain any sugar or artificial sweeteners (i.e. saccharin, aspartame etc.).

Frequently Asked Questions

1

When to take
UTIpure?


As soon as you notice any UTI symptoms, take UTIpure as early as possible. UTIpure can help to relieve discomforts in UTI such as painful and burning sensation.

2

Can I take UTIpure if I am
on a low sodium diet?


All urinary alkalinizers contain sodium, which should be taken into account if you are on a low sodium diet. UTIpure contains 650 mg sodium per sachet. Talk with your doctor if you are unsure whether UTIpure is right for you.

3

Do I need antibiotics?


UTIpure helps to relieve symptoms of UTI and hinder bacteria growth, but sometimes some bacteria might still remain in the urinary tract. In that case, antibiotics are required to clear up the infection by killing the bacteria.

However, you may continue to take UTIpure together with antibiotics for symptomatic relief as the discomforts of UTI may persist for several days. UTIpure is also able to enhance the action of certain antibiotics* against bacteria by providing an alkaline pH environment.

*Especially sulphonamides

4

Does UTIpure contain
sugar or sweetener?


UTIpure DOES NOT contain any sugar or artificial sweeteners (i.e. saccharin, aspartame etc.).

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