CYSTOSTOP is a new nutraceutical with fast and steady action in relieving the symptoms of discomfort in the urinary tract (urethra, bladder, kidneys).

CYSTOSTOP is available in two forms:

Active ingredients of CYSTOSTOP: D-Mannose, standardized American cranberry fruits extract and standardized birch leaves extract.

The two CYSTOTOP forms have the same active ingredients but in different quantities consistent with the specifics of the acute and chronic phase of urinary tract discomfort.

The biologically active ingredients of CYSTOSTOP RAPID and CYSTOSTOP CHRONO are of natural origin.


CYSTOSTOP prevents the E. coli bacteria found in over 85-90% of the cases of discomfort from sticking to the urinary tract walls. As a result they remain unattached in urine and are flushed out of the organism during urination. Moreover CYSTOSTOP affects the bacteria that are already attached to the urinary tract walls and facilitates their elimination.


cystostop_formula_291D-Mannose – a monosaccharide found in the wood and fruit of many plant types. D-Mannose is an effective and safe alternative in fighting urinary tract infections. From the digestive system D-Mannose is absorbed directly into the blood where it is filtered by the kidneys and reaches the bladder unchanged. In the bladder D-Mannose reveals its remedial effect.

After entering the urinary tract, pathogenic bacteria stick to its surface with the help of fingerlike projections called fimbriae.



That's why, the most effective way to eliminate the infection agent is to block its ability to attach itself to the urinary tract walls. D-Mannose binds and blocks the fimbriae with the help of which bacteria stick themselves to the urinary tract.

The blocked fimbriae cannot perform their functions; the bacteria remain unattached in urine and are easily rinsed out during urination. The urinary tract is cleansed and cystitis symptoms are alleviated. Besides, D-Mannose supports and fortifies the immune system.

  • Proanthocyanidins (PACs)- in the American cranberry extract block another type of fimbriae, which bacteria use to attack predominately the kidneys.

    Together D-Mannose and the proanthocyanidins block over 95% of the fimbriae of the bacteria. Therefore D-Mannose and the proanthocyanidins combined provide a much better and reliable urinary tract protection.
  • Flavonoids - in the birch leaves extract are pronounced diuretics and accelerate the removal of bacteria from the urinary tract.
  • tannins, terpenes, catechins, betulorentic acid, potassium nitrate, etc., have an anti-inflammatory, spasmolitic and astringent effect, which furthermore strengthens the urinary system and eliminates the infection.

The biologically active ingredients of CYSTOSTOP (D-Mannose, proanthocyanidins and flavonoids) effectively block all fimbriae, which bacteria use to attach themselves to the walls of the urinary system, and accelerate their removal with urine.


Urinary tract discomfort is sometimes due to harmless functional disbalance in the urinary tract resulting from colds, stress or physical exertion, but most often it is caused by a bacterial infection whose agent in 85-90% of the cases is E.coli. The infection can affect the urethra (urethritis), the bladder (cystitis) or the kidneys (pyelonephritis).

E. coliThe fimbriae are fingerlike projections, which the E. coli bacterium uses to attach itself to the epithelial cells and help it to populate and infect the urinary tract.

The basic source of E. coli bacteria is the human colon. There bacteria are part of the normal intestinal flora and accomplish processes important to our health, but when they leave the colon and invade the urinary system, they turn into pathogenic infection agents.

Cystitis is a bladder infection. Women suffer from it more often than men as their urethra is shorter and it is easier for the bacteria to reach the bladder.

In some cases women get a urinary tract infection as a result of sexual contact, which facilitates the introduction of bacteria into the urethra. This condition is known as “honeymoon cystitis”.

Cystitis in men usually starts with a bacterial infection of the urethra– urethritis, which ascends to the bladder (cystitis) and the prostate (prostatitis).

The symptoms of cystitis are easy to identify and begin with discomfort during urination.

symptoms of cystitis Subsequently the urge to urinate becomes frequent, ineffective and painful, and is accompanied by pain and a burning sensation. The color and odor of urine change and it often contains bacteria and even blood. A delayed diagnosis or incorrect treatment can lead to chronic cystitis – an extremely painful condition, which is very difficult to treat.

Pyelonephritis is a kidney infection, which affects women and children more often than men. This is most often an ascending infection due to a bacteria-infected bladder.

Pyelonephritis may be classified as either acute or chronic depending on how the condition develops.

  • Acute pyelonephritis Acute pyelonephritis begins with high fever (39-40°ะก) and general status deterioration. The condition is characterized by a back pain varying from dull to acute and piercing, frequent urination and burning sensation, clouding or darkening of urine, sweating, arm, leg and back pains, foul smelling urine and lumbar area pain.




  • Chronic pyelonephritis is characterized with variable general complaints like weakness, fatigue, slightly raised temperature, pain or unpleasant sensations in the flanks. Patting the lumbar area causes pain. Headache, vertigo and sleep disorders appear shortly afterwards. High blood pressure develops as well as a chest pain related to it, skin pallor due to anemia, and frequent urination (often without any disturbances).
    Treatment of chronic pyelonephritis can last for years with alternating periods of improvement and aggravation. Aggravation can occur without any apparent reason, but most often it is provoked by additional infections, colds, improper diet, and pregnancy. Left untreated, chronic pyelonephritis almost always leads to kidney failure.

The most frequent cause for recurring urinary tract infections is a chronic bacterial infection. The infection becomes chronic after frequent exacerbations and poorly treated urinary tract infections.

Risk factors for urinary tract infections: urine retention in the bladder, catheterization, pregnancy, genital inflammations, spermicides, sexual contact, menopause, enlarged prostate and other conditions preventing the complete emptying of the bladder or acting as a source of infection.

People suffering from systemic diseases like diabetes, chronic colitis, metabolic and endocrine diseases, medication damage, kidney stones, urinary tract anomalies leading to difficulties in urine drainage, are prone to infections of the genitourinary system.

If you have any of the above symptoms, seek medical assistance as soon as possible. Medical examinations to determine the etiology of the disease as well as strict compliance to the doctor’s prescriptions play an important role in the successful treatment of urinary tract infections.

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