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D-(+)-Mannose Borregaard D-(+)-Mannose is a white crystalline powder derived from the Norway spruce (Picea abies). It is available in grades suitable for use as a dietary supplement as well as in food, beverage, nutrition, cosmetics, and pharma applications.
D-Mannose Hebei Huaxu Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd. D-Mannose is a type of naturally occurring sugar. This product has a bitter sweet taste, is soluble in water and ethanol, and can turn sour by mixture with yeast. D-Mannose is used in the food industry for additives of food and beverages.
Mannose I.H.C. Chempharm Mannose is a type of naturally occurring sugar that is sold as a nutritional supplement at many health food stores, supermarkets, and online specialty retailers. It is marketed as a remedy for bladder and kidney infections. According to manufacturers, the...展开 Mannose is a type of naturally occurring sugar that is sold as a nutritional supplement at many health food stores, supermarkets, and online specialty retailers. It is marketed as a remedy for bladder and kidney infections. According to manufacturers, the supplement helps to flush harmful bacteria from the urinary tract. It is important for consumers to remember that the efficacy of D-mannose has not been confirmed in clinical trials, and it is not currently approved by most national food and drug agencies as a remedy for urinary tract problems. An individual who experiences frequent infections should speak with his or her doctor before taking any supplement or medication. Most urinary tract infections are caused by buildups of a bacterium called Escherichia coli (E. coli) in the kidneys, ureters, bladder, or urethra. E. coli is normally present in the intestines and is usually harmless to humans. If some of the bacteria make it to the kidneys, however, they can adhere to the lining of the urinary tract and cause painful infections. D-mannose supposedly helps to prevent E. coli from becoming trapped. D-mannose is not easily absorbed by the body, so most of the substance makes it to the kidneys and bladder after it is ingested. Manufacturers claim that the supplement actively binds to E. coli in the urinary tract before the bacteria can embed into tissue lining. Excess bacteria can then be passed normally through the urine. 收起