Gequmzimba Nutraceuticals D-Mann0se Forte
Gequmzimba Nutraceuticals D-Mann0se Forte

GEQUMZIMBA NUTRACEUTICALS D-MANN0SE FORTE is a naturally occurring simple sugar supplement which many people use instead of antibiotics

How does Gequmzimba Nutraceuticals D-MANN0SE FORTE work?

Traditional treatment

E-coli sometimes enter our urinary tract system and then proceed to multiply and coat the bladder wall. E-coli are the cause of up to 90% of all bladder, cystitis and UTI infections.

The traditional method of dealing with a UTI is to prescribe an anti-biotic to kill the e-coli present/multiplying in the urinary tract system. However many research studies now indicate that frequent use of antibiotics can produce antibiotic resistant bacteria, so in spite of their clear importance in combating infection, over use could seriously affect your body's inherent healing potential, which in turn will compromise long term health.

Alternative treatment



D-Mannose sugar is not an antibiotic or medicine; yet can help eliminate e-coli bacteria present in the urinary tract. D-mannose is a pure, natural stereo isomer of glucose, which supplements the naturally occurring mannose produced by our bodies but which for many of us is not enough.

It is a simple sugar supplement which many people worldwide use every day to help against UTI'S.

Dmannose is a natural sugar supplement which many people choose for its efficacy in evacuating the e-coli bug which does not belong in our urinary tract system yet is the cause of up to 90% of bladder urinary tract and cystitis infections.

D-mannose helps to support and promote a healthy bladder and urinary tract system.

The way d-mannose works is distinctive in its own simplicity; it does not kill any of our body’s cells or disrupt our natural micro flora.

D-mannose is processed and eliminated by our bodies very quickly.

It travels through our digestive system and arrives into our bladder via the kidneys.

The e-coli previously attached to the bladder wall and e-coli currently multiplying in the bladder interact with the d-mannose often forming an even better bond with the d-mannose than they do with the bladder wall and become mobile.

They can then simply be washed away during urination.

Gequmzimba Nutraceuticals D-Mannose has no known side effects, or drug interactions and is used by adult’s children and even pets as a food supplement.

It is 100% natural and many people take d-mannose frequently over long periods of time.

Using D-Mannose Sugar to help remove E-Coli

The amount necessary to effectively interact with the e-coli bacteria varies in relation to both concentrations of e-coli in the urinary tract system and our body weight.

For example; when an adult takes 1 teaspoon of d-mannose sugar supplement, a young child would only require half this amount.

As with someone currently in the throes of a severe bladder infection caused by e-coli to somebody who wishes to eliminate those first telltale signs. It is the speed at which d-mannose is excreted into the urine that suggests that it is safe for diabetics and is otherwise recommended for such. However, it is suggested that anyone with diabetes should still record their blood sugar levels at frequent intervals when using Gequmzimba Nutraceuticals D-Mannose.

Many users report almost immediate relief of symptoms within hours of using d-mannose food supplements to promote bladder health.

Grapefruit Seed Extract

As an extra insurance, Gequmzimba Nutraceuticals has added Grapefruit seed extract to the formula of our D-Mannose product. This was done as a Natural Alternative for Treating Drug-Resistant Bacteria.

Part used: Seed and fruit peel, although there is evidence that the leaves are equally effective.

Actions: Antibacterial, anti-microbial, anti-septic, anti-viral, anti-fungal, anathematic, anti- parasitic. Of all herbs, it is perhaps the only true "antibiotic".

Active against: GRAPEFRUIT SEED EXTRACT is active against a very large number of micro- organisms. GRAPEFRUIT SEED EXTRACT has been found to be effective in cleaning hospital equipment, swimming pools, drinking water supplies, and in veterinary practice. GRAPEFRUIT SEED EXTRACT has been used effectively in treating Helicobacter pylori, the organism that causes stomach ulceration. A brief listing of activity (by organism and disease; generally GRAPEFRUIT SEED EXTRACT is active against multiple species and strains): Shigella, Staphylococcus, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Giardia lamblia, Diplococcus pneumoniae, Haemophilus influenzae, Mycobacterium sPP. (causing tuberculosis), Campylobacter, Candida albicans, Escherichia coli, Streptococcus, Salmonella, Proteus, Cholera, Chlamydia trachomatis, Trichomonas vaginalis, Legionella pneumoniae, Helicobacter pylori, herpes simplex 1, influenza A2, measles, and many others, including both gram-positive and gram-negative bacteria. One study showed that of 794 bacterial strains and 93 fungal strains, a commercial preparation of grapefruit seed extract was effective against 249 Staphylococcus species and S. aureus strains, 86 Streptococcus species, 232 enterococcus species, 77 Enterobacter species, 86 E. Coli strains, 22 Klebsiella species, 18 Proteus species, 77 yeast fungi, and 22 mould fungi strains.

Citrus Oil Antibacterial Activity

Though it has proved impossible to discover the process used to make commercial GRAPEFRUIT SEED EXTRACT, there is significant evidence that the grapefruit plant and all the citrus family possess potent antibacterial activity. A cursory reading of the literature shows reliable activity against Staphylococcus, salmonella, Pseudomonas, and Shigella organisms from grapefruit, lemon and lime: peel, seed, leaf, and essential oil.

One of the most potent essential oils, used for broad-spectrum antibiotic action, is Citrus bergamia. (Called bergamot in common use, it is often confused with plants of the monarda species.) The essential oils from citrus species are generally made from the peel or rinds of the fruit. All have shown strong antibacterial activity. The peels have historically been used as medicine throughout the world, in many instances for bacterial and amoebic diseases.