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Ural is a pleasantly flavoured effervescent drink which provides relief from painful burning symptoms of urinary Tract Infections. Ural helps to neutralize the acid in the urinary tract while assisting in eliminating organisms that cause infection.
If symptoms persist for more than 2 days of using ural, please see your health care professional.
Each sachet contains: sodium bicarbonate 1.76g tartaric acid 890mg citric acid anhydrous 720mg sodium citrate anhydrous 630mg. Also contains saccharin. This preperation contains 644mg of sodium per sachet which should be taken into account by those on a low sodium diet.
Adult Dose: Dissolve contents of 1-2 sachets in a glass of cold water. May be taken 4 times daily for 5 days or as directed by the physician.
QCPP accreditation details:
Virginia. 1806 Sandgate Rd, Virginia Qld 4014. Proprietors - Sam Gance and Jeffrey Wasley. Pharmacist available - Monday to Friday 8am to 7pm (Qld time) Saturday and Sunday 9am to 4pm (Qld time)
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*Always read the label. Use only as directed. If symptoms persist, see your Healthcare Professional. Vitamins may only be of assistance if your dietary intake is inadequate.