You are purchasing ellura directly from the manufacturer, Trōphikōs, LLC. Now you have a non-antibiotic alternative in the management of recurrent Urinary Tract Infections (UTIs) with once daily ellura. This will negate the need for frequent visits to the doctor and the chronic use of antibiotics to prevent recurrent urinary tract infections (antibiotics should be used for treatment, but now there is a proven natural way to prevent UTIs without the side effects of antibiotics or resistance). The 36 mg PAC found only in ellura is extracted from only pure cranberry juice concentrate and is standardized and clinically proven to be effective. ellura is the only cranberry supplement in the world that meets the requirements of an issued Health Claim from a governmental regulatory body: In 2010 the DGCCRF (French Directorate General of Competition, Consumption and Fraud Repression) confirmed the exclusive use of the DMAC method to quantify 36 mg PAC in dietary supplements that can make the claim: “Help to reduce the fixation of certain E.coli on the walls of the urinary tract.” Only those supplements that can prove this can be labeled “36 mg PAC DMAC.” ellura is the only urinary tract supplement available in the United States that meets this standard. This is why we are so proud to make ellura available to you.
- 36 mg PAC (proanthocyanidins) in every capsule and proven to stop UTIs before they start. (PAC is the active ingredient that keeps your urinary tract in check)
- ellura starts working within hours of taking just one capsule – and keeps working to shield you from recurrent Urinary Tract Infections (UTIs)
- Medical-grade supplement: PAC is extracted from deep within the pure juice concentrate of cranberries. That is where the active ingredient resides. Not in the left over skins, seeds and stems like other supplements.
- Don’t confuse ellura with other supplements. They list milligrams of cranberry extract (not PAC) on their labels or they claim to have PAC but have not been validated by the internationally recognized DMAC method.