Quest D-Mannose with Cranberry is a naturally occurring simple sugar that can help to prevent and treat recurrent urinary tract infections (UTIs). This exclusive formula is recommended for people who experience frequent UTIs as an effective alternative to antibiotic treatment that won’t disrupt normal intestinal microﬂora.
Each easy-to-swallow capsule of Quest D-Mannose contains 300 mg of D-Mannose (from Beech wood [Fagus grandifolia] and Birch wood [Betula pendula]) and 200 mg Cranberry (Vaccinium macrocarpon) dried fruit juice. This product contains no artificial preservatives, colours, or flavours, corn, dairy, egg, gluten, shellfish, soy, sulfites or animal derivatives.
Medicinal Ingredients: Per Capsule:
- D-Mannose - 300 mg
- Cranberry - 200 mg
Cellulose, magnesium stearate, silicon dioxide, tricalcium phosphate, hypromellose
Dosage: 500 mg
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Arlene: more than a year ago
My Urologist told me to try this product and I have been taking it since Jan 2013 and it has reduced the amount of UTI's I get normally. It does not prevent all of them, but was effective in at least reducing the amount of antibiotics I take. I was not aware of doubling the dosage during an infection, I will definitely give that a try.
Shelley: more than a year ago
When you have reached the point where you have become resistant to most antibiotics, getting another UTI is a fear that keeps you awake at night. That was my life until I found these. I have tried multiple herbal cures, extremely expensive herbal remedies but nothing has come close to these simple little wonders. Expensive? No, not when you are dealing with constant bladder infections. I really couldn't put a price on these, nor do I care to. Anyone who see's the price as a deterrent is lucky enough to still have options. Those of us who no longer have antibiotics available become desperate and scared. These have truly given me my life back. I realized a couple of days ago, I no longer go to the bathroom dreading an infection. I actually go days without even thinking about my bladder, for me, that is saying something.
Steph: more than a year ago
I have been dealing with yeast infections, UTI's AND bacterial vaginosis for over three years now. After giving up on anti-biotics and doing some forum research online I found that taking d-mannose has been rumoured to help. I went to a health food store in my area and found some, and the staff explained to me that if I had an active infection to simply double the dosage from a few days to a week until symptoms subsided. Sure enough it's worked for me. It may not work for everyone but it seems to be working for a lot of women, so spread the word!
Ashley: more than a year ago
I first got D-Mannose from my pharmacist because I didnt have a Doctor and needed something fast. You are supposed to take it daily to prevent but when you have a U.T.I this is what the dosage should be, according to her: Day 1) 2 pills every 2 hours for a maximum of 10 pills. Day 2) 1 pill every 2 hours for a maximum of 5 pills. Day 3) 2 pills in the morning and 2 at night. Day 4) 1 pill in the morning, 1 at night...and then 1 a day. This may be why some people are finding it not working for their actual infection. I swear this works and is better than taking an antibiotic which only causes other health problems (for me).