Each 5g sachet contains:
Cralint-D sachets contain cranberry extracts and D-mannose and are best to treat urinary tract infections UTIs, irritable bladder, and urine infections during pregnancy.
Patients with a history of having kidney stones should avoid drinking excess amounts of these sachets as oxalate present in cranberry extract might result in kidney stones.
Take this sachet after consulting with your doctor. Cralint-D sachet contains D-mannose which makes it harder to control your body sugar, that is why patients with diabetes should take this sachet only when prescribed by their physician.
When should you avoid taking cranberry extracts?
A person sensitive or allergic to salicylates should avoid taking cranberry extracts.
Are there any side effects of Cralint-D sachets?
It does not have any serious side effects but may result in dry mouth, dizziness, mild stomach upset and trouble sleeping.
When should you avoid taking D-mannose?
If you have diabetes, you should take D-mannose with caution. A high dosage of D-mannose may result in kidney damage.
Is it D-mannose that worsens UTI?
If taken with regular sugary drinks, coffee or tea, D-mannose actually worsens UTIs. It is actually a type of sugar that is quickly expelled and stored in urine. So diabetic patients should avoid taking D-mannose without consulting their physician.
Can you take Cralint-D daily?
When prescribed by your doctor, you can take Cralint-D sachets daily for the long term. However, once your symptoms are lessened you should reduce your intake.