Sick of your UTIs? Prevent them.
One Month Supply
Dmanna has been scientifically proven to prevent UTIs when taken daily.
- Significantly decreased bladder pain, burning, and urinary urgency
- Over 5X less UTIs compared to taking nothing at all
- Reduced antibiotic usage
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Words of relief
“The only thing that upsets me about this is that I didn’t know about it sooner. It could have saved me so many trips to the doctor!”
“It's So Easy!!"
“In the past I have taken humongous D-Mannose pills every morning to prevent UTIs. They were extremely hard to swallow, bulky, and difficult to travel with. Dmanna’s packets are way easier to use and literally taste like nothing. Sometimes I add it to my morning coffee or water bottle. SO much easier!”
“YESSS FINALLY SOMEONE GETS IT! I haven't had a UTI in 5 months which is a miracle ya’ll. Before I started using this I had one every other week! THANK YOU!”
How it works.
Prevention is the only solution. Dmanna prevents UTIs and enhances your urinary tract health with:
Our active ingredient. D-Mannose is a naturally occurring sugar found in cranberries, blueberries, and other fruits. Although it looks like a sugar to the bacteria in your urinary tract, it can’t be broken down the same way by the bacteria. When the bacteria binds to the d-mannose, it can’t bind to other sugars like glucose which it uses for energy, causing the bacteria to detach from the urinary tract wall so it can be flushed out.
Daily hydration. Dmanna is meant to be taken daily with fluids, which help flush the UTI-causing bacteria. For optimal prevention, 3 liters of water per day is recommended.
How does Dmanna help me?
Watch the video below to learn how Dmanna can help you prevent painful UTIs.