Control Incontinence and Strengthen
a Weak Bladder Naturally
Help for Urinary Tract Infections
Holistic Health Tools proudly represents Native Remedies Natural Health and N-Con Tonic for incontinence, bladder weakness, stress incontinence, urinary system, prostate health,
elderly incontinence and weak bladder
An Effective Natural Remedy for Incontinence
N-Con Tonic helps to control incontinence and strengthen a weak bladder naturally and it is safe for all ages, even during pregnancy and nursing.
N-Con Tonic is a unique formula containing a combination of selected herbs and biochemic tissue salts well known for their toning and strengthening properties on the entire urinary
system, prostate and pancreas.
This formula is excellent for the elderly, for women after pregnancy,
for people with spinal cord injuries, for stress incontinence and for anyone who has had repeated UTI infections which have weakened bladder functioning. (See link below for complete
N-Con Tonic also contains herbs which are well known for their strengthening effect on the immune system and can therefore help to prevent infections of all kinds, including recurring urinary tract infections.
Benefits of N-Con Tonic:
~ Tone and strengthen weak bladder and urinary tract tissue
~ Prevent embarrassing and involuntary incontinence after pregnancy and repeated urinary tract infection
~ Assist with incontinence in the elderly and those with spinal cord injury
~ Prevent leakage of urine when laughing, sneezing or coughing (stress incontinence)
~ Improve immune functioning as a preventative against repeated infections
~ Promote bladder, liver, pancreas and prostate health
~ Safe for all ages and during pregnancy and nursing.
~ N-Con Tonic is backed by our 60 day money-back guarantee so you can experience relief, risk-free.
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What causes incontinence?
Incontinence can happen at any age and is defined as the frequent and often involuntary leakage of urine due to a variety of causes.
Urinary tract infections and bladder infections may be a factor in the development of incontinence as may an enlarged prostate. Other causes include certain prescription drugs such as diuretics for high blood pressure and having an eEnlarged prostate. Women may be more at risk for incontinence if they have weak pelvic muscles after pregnancy. Also, this condition can occur after a spinal cord injury or stroke.