Uriflow - Flushing Kidney Stones the Natural Way

Brooklyn, NY (PressExposure) November 01, 2006 -- Kidneys, bladder, ureter, and urethra all make up the urinary tract. Kidney stones are one of the most common of urinary tract disorders. They are also one of the most painful. Kidney stones are crystals that form from substances in the blood that build up inside the kidneys. When the hard mass moves out of the kidney into the ureter, a sharp pain in the back and side will signal the presence of a kidney stone.

Bioneutrix is now renowned worldwide for its unprecedented research and development in the field of urology for their latest product called URIFLOW that has shown astonishing results in easing kidney stone pain and flushing these excruciating stones safely and in a natural way permanently. It is the first product that uses highly specific natural compounds that unswervingly targets, lessens, and prevents kidney stones.

Only a small percentage of kidney stones actually require surgery. There are many natural remedies that can be used to fight kidney stones with Uriflow currently at the top of the list. Traditionally, kidney stone sufferers were required to stay home and drink lots of water, not anymore, now Uriflow can help stone sufferers get rid of these stones easily, faster and more importantly in a natural way.

Uriflow is clinically proven with over 80,000 people bearing testimony for its therapeutic properties. It comes with a 100% guarantee of rendering your life kidney stone free. The production facility of Bioneutrix Healthcare stringently follows FDA guidelines and is GMP certified.

For further information, visit http://www.uriflow.com or call toll-free at 1-800-239-5230

About Uriflow.com

Address:2774 A Coney Island Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11235 USA

Phone No: 1-800-239-5230

Fax no: 718-615-7904

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For further information, visit http://www.uriflow.com

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Press Release Submitted On: October 30, 2006 at 10:15 pm
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