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Control C/P

Incontinence is improved greatly by a unique clinically studied pumpkin seed and Cernitin flower pollen combination to promote healthy female urinary and bladder function.

A Remedy For

  • Urinary & Bladder Functions
  • Reduces Urinary Tract Infections
  • Incontinence

What it is; why it works

The combination of herbs in Control C/P helps to support healthy Urinary & Bladder functions, Bladder Infections, and Incontinence.

Pumpkin seed extract(cucurbita pepo L.) is traditionally recognized for its fatty oil constituents. New research has focused on a lipid-free extract standardized to contain lignan glycosides or phenolic derivatives. Lignan compounds modulate enzymatic activity in women to promote healthy urinary and bladder function and most important strength in the muscular walls of the urethra and bladder.

In vitro studies show that pumpkin seed extract also modulates aromatase. This enzyme converts testosterone to estradiol in women. A decrease in this conversion helps maintain healthy testosterone levels in women for strengthening pelvic muscles and bladder function.

In open clinical trials postmenopausal women used a lipid-free pumpkin seed extract for six weeks. The results showed that lipid-free pumpkin seed extract helps to maintain healthy daytime and night time urination. Cernitin flower pollen extract maintains healthy leukotriene production in vitro and may play a role in supporting urethra smooth muscle function so atrophy does not occur.


  • 1 capsule twice daily depending on symptoms.


  • No side effects have been reported.


  • Flower pollen extract 537 mg.
  • Lipid-free pumpkin seed extract (Cucurbita pepo L.) (20:1) (standardized to contain a minimum of 2% phenolic derivates) 525 mg.


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