D-Mannose from birch and beech

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D-mannose is a natural sugar won from hardwoods like birch and the European beech. The powder is white and tastes slightly sweet. It is also little sticky to the touch - you can tell it's a sugar.

Using D-mannose

Recommended dose: 1g (ca 1 teaspoon) in ca 150ml water

  • Prevention: 1 x day
  • Treatment (take as soon as possible for best effect): every 2-3 hours and 3 days afterwards

Why we like d-mannose

We can't say because of the Health Claims Regulation.

D-mannose at a glance

  • Naturally produced from renewable sources (birch and/or European beech)
  • Taste: Slightly sweet, dissolved in water hardly any taste
  • Ingredients: D-mannose
  • Storage and shelf life: Under dry and cool conditions ca 3 years. Note: To keep the powder from clumping you can place some rice in a tea filter or other cloth and in the jar or pouch.
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