Do you …
Are you concerned with the high cost and potentially dangerous side effects of modern medical treatments?
Eliminate the agony of kidney stones and the threat of sky-high medical bills in one swoop.
IS THE REMEDY YOU’VE BEEN LOOKING FOR
Nutraflo is a physician-formulated herbal supplement, crafted to rapidly break down, dissolve, and flush kidney stones using 100% natural ingredients.
It has already helped thousands of sufferers painlessly pass stones of all kinds and stages.
How It Works
Nutraflo is a Who’s Who of the top 19 herbs known for at least 2,500 years for their kidney health benefits.
Scientific research now confirms what folk medicine has recognized for centuries.
This is the real deal when it comes to getting relief and stopping kidney stones in their tracks.
Herbs in Nutraflo supplies your body with the fuel it needs to cleanse the kidneys and keep stones from coming back. You are also protecting yourself from urinary tract infections and from repeatedly going back to those HIGH COST doctor visits.
Nutraflo is a WIN-WIN that keeps on giving!
Why Suffer Any Longer?
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Every ingredient in Nutraflo is carefully selected and tested to be safe and effective for its intended use. We hold ourselves to the highest standards of Quality Control. We make sure all ingredients comply with Good Manufacturing Practice before they are blended, manufactured, encapsulated, and packed. Every step in the process takes place only in the U.S.A.
Endorsed by Kevin Harrington from ABC’s Shark Tank
I had kidney stones blasted away (not fun) in 2011. They came back the end of 2018 so I had the procedure again. I saw NutraFlo recently and decided to try it. I had taken it for just over 1 month when I went in for a recheck x-ray. I have no stones. I don’t know if it has anything to do with NutraFlo because I did not have an x-ray before starting it. But, I’d rather keep using it than risk more problems.
Guided By Ancient Herbal Medicine Confirmed By Modern Science
DR. SUSANA TRUJILLO, ADVISORY BOARD MEMBER
Dr. Trujillo is an engineer and a naturopathic doctor with a passion for formulating alternative and healthy natural products for US consumers. She provides science-based natural alternatives. She has formulated internationally-recognized dietary supplements and she is the author of three books translated into over five languages. Her twelve years of experience in the nutrition and functional medicine fields led her to develop “whole wellness” formulations to support the quality of life (QoL) for people. Dr. Susana Trujillo currently holds an N.D., two M.Sc. in Chemical Engineering and Herbalism and two B.Sc. in Chemistry and Biochemistry. Her passion is to continue developing “whole wellness”
alternatives for better health and to provide nutritional advice to people who need it.
DR. DENNIS CLARK
UNIVERSITY PROFESSOR IN PLANT CHEMISTRY
I have never seen such a powerful combination of herbs for kidney health in my 40+ years as a research scientist. Combining two of the top kidney stone herbs - stonebreaker (Phyllanthus niuri) and celery (Apium graveolens) is a stroke of genius. It’s a one-two punch, with the tannins of stonebreaker driving out stones and the micronutrients in celery swooping in to supply critical ingredients for overall kidney
health. Adding juniper (Juniperus communis) prevents the loss of essential electrolytes, even though several other herbs in the formula act as diuretics to keep up fluid flow through the kidneys. I could go on and on about each of the other 16 herbs. They all add up to a phenomenal formula for kidney health – including everything from reducing the toxic load on kidneys to preventing urinary tract infections and diminishing oxidative stresses leading to kidney damage.
Enjoy The Benefits Of This Science-Based Formula...
The positive experiences of Andrew L., Rob P. Cathy G., and Rasheid L. are just a few examples of the many stories we’ve received about how Nutraflo has helped people overcome the agony of kidney stones.
INGREDIENTS AND SELECTED SCIENTIFIC REFERENCES FOR EVALUATION BY HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONALS
PHYLLANTHUS NIRURI (Chanca Piedra): Pucci, N.D., Marchini, G.S., Mazzucchi, E., Reis, S.T., Srougi, M., Evazian, D., & Nahas, W.C. (2018). Effect of Phyllanthus niruri on metabolic parameters of patients with kidney stone: a perspective for disease
prevention. Int Braz J Urol. 44(4): 758–764.
APIUM GRAVEOLENS (Celery Seed Extract): Stiani, S.N., Syahidah, F.M., Fikriani, H., Sugarnas, A., & Rusdiana, T. (2019).
Anticalculi Activity of Apigenin and Celery (Apium graveolens L.) Extract in Rats Induced by Ethylene Glycol–Ammonium
Chloride. J Pharm Bioallied Sci. 11(Suppl 4): S556–S561.
JUNIPERUS COMMUNIS (Juniper Berry Powder): Raina, R., Verma, P.K., Peshin, R., & Kour, H. (2019). Potential of Juniperus
communis L as a nutraceutical in human and veterinary medicine. Heliyon. 5(8): e02376.
TARAXACUM OFFICINALE (Dandelion Root): Clare, B.A., Conroy, R.S., & Spelman, K. (2009). The Diuretic Effect in Human
Subjects of an Extract of Taraxacum officinale Folium over a Single Day. J Altern Complement Med. 15(8): 929–934.
ZINGIBER OFFICINALE (Ginger): Zadeh, J.B. & Kor, N.M. (2014). Physiological and pharmaceutical effects of Ginger (Zingiber
officinale Roscoe) as a valuable medicinal plant. European Journal of Experimental Biology, 4(1):87-90.
CURCUMA LONGA (Turmeric): Ghosh, S.S., Gehr, T.W.B., & Ghosh, S. (2014). Curcumin and Chronic Kidney Disease CKD):
Major Mode of Action through Stimulating Endogenous Intestinal Alkaline Phosphatase. Molecules. 19(12): 20139–20156.
ARCTOSTAPHYLOS UVA-URSI (Uva-Ursi): Garcia de Arriba, S., Naser, B., & Nolte, K.U. (2013). Risk Assessment of Free
Hydroquinone Derived from Arctostaphylos Uva-ursi folium Herbal Preparations. International Journal of Toxicology 32(6) 442-
CINNAMOMUM CASSIA (Cinnamon Bark Powder): Sengsuk, C., Sanguanwong, S., Tangvarasittichai, O., & Tangvarasittichai, S.
(2016). Effect of cinnamon supplementation on glucose, lipids levels, glomerular filtration rate, and blood pressure subjects with
type 2 diabetes mellitus. Diabetol Int. 7(2): 124–132.
HYDRANGEA ARBORESCENS (Hydrangea Root Bark Extract) Yarnell, E. (2002). Botanical medicines for the urinary tract.
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GLYCYRRHIZA GLABRA (Licorice Root): Kao, T.C., Wu, C.H., & Yen, G.C. (2013). Bioactivity and potential health benefits of
licorice. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 62(3).
URTICA DIOICA (Stinging Nettle): Dizaye, K.F., Alberzingi, B.O., & Sulaiman, S.R. (2013). Renal and vascular studies of
aqueous extract of Urtica dioica in rats and rabbits. Iraqi Journal of Veterinary Sciences, Vol. 27, No. 1, 2013 (25-31).
ALTHEA OFFICINALIS (Marshmallow Root): Shah, S.M. A., Naveed, A., Akram, M., & Shah, P.A. (2011). Pharmacological
activity of Althaea officinalis L. Journal of Medicinal Plant Research 5(24):5662-5666.
ULMUS RUBRA (Slippery Elm): Skidmore-Roth, L. (2010). Mosby's Handbook of Herbs & Natural Supplements. 4th ed. St. Louis,
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PETROSELINUM CRISPUM (Parsley): Ahmad, A., Saleh, A., Alrusayni, A., Khalid, A., Aloraifi, O.A., & Dhanarasu, S. (2016).
Efficacy of parsley (Petroselinum crispum) leaves extract and decoction on status of lipid profile and osmotic fragility in
gentamicin-induced nephrotoxicity in rats. Journal of Chemical and Pharmaceutical Research 8(3):948-957.
SILYBUM MARIANUM (Milk Thistle): Rafieian-Kopaie, M., & Nasri, H. (2012). Silymarin and diabetic nephropathy. J Renal Inj
Prev. 1(1): 3–5.)
PASSIFLORA INCARNATA (Passion Flower): Ingale, A.G., & Hivrale, A.U. (2010). Pharmacological studies of Passiflora sp. and
their bioactive compounds. African Journal of Plant Science Vol. 4(10), pp. 417-426.
MELISSA OFFICINALIS (Lemon Balm): Rezaei, M., Zamani, S., Ghasemi, A., Rahimi, A., Nabi, N., Changizi-Ashtiyani, S., &
Ramezani, Z.A. (2015). The Effects of hydroalcoholic extract of Melissa officinalis L. on the level of renal function and liver
enzymes in diabetic. Iranian Journal of Endocrinology and Metabolism. Vol 17 No. 5.
BACOPA MONNIERI (Brahmi): Sumathi, T., & Devaraj, S.N. (2009). Effect of Bacopa monniera on liver and kidney toxicity in
chronic use of opioids. Phytomedicine. 16(10):897-903.
OCIMUM SANCTUM (Holy Basil): Cohen, M.M. (2014). Tulsi - Ocimum sanctum: A herb for all reasons. J Ayurveda Integr Med.
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