Urinary Incontinence Support

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Securi-T™ supports bladder health and normal urination in men and women. It does this by facilitating nerve signaling between the brain and the urinary tract and soothing irritable bladder tissue.

Common Supplement Results

People who take Securi-T usually notice that they don't have to urinate as often and that they have better control over their urination after taking it for 30-60 days.*

Everyone is different, and results will vary from person to person. The key is to maintain consistent use every day to see best results.*


Take two capsules every morning with or without food.


For millions of adult women and men, incontinence is a common problem. Many people suffer in silence, fearing that a sneeze, a laugh, or even just holding it for too long can lead to an accident and that nothing can be done to prevent it.

That’s why we created Securi-T to support bladder health and normal urination in both women and men without the side effects of pharmaceuticals. We use natural ingredients that support nerve signaling between the brain and the urinary tract to keep them in sync.

We use the supporting power of plants like Buchu, Eucommia, and Chinese Peony. We even use the superfood, Goji berry. All of these work together to help strengthen bladder health and help calm irritated bladder tissue.


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  • Buchu

    Buchu helps reduce urination urges and treats urinary infection symptoms.*


    WHY WE INCLUDED IT: Buchu is used in health supplements today to support the natural function in the urinary tract and prostate.  Buchu is a shrub that is native to South Africa. The Khoekhoe people traditionally used the plant for a wide range of symptoms, ranging from nervousness to urinary tract discomfort.  It is considered a tonic and has astringent properties.  It is thought to have soothing effects as a pelvic nervine, support chronic irritable bladder and the frequent urge to urinate.*

  • Goji Berry 

    Goji Berries (wolfberry) are a rich source of healing vitamins with a high ORAC value.*

    WHY WE INCLUDED IT: Goji Berries are used in supplements today to provide antioxidants, iron, protein, fiber and carbohydrates and are thought to increase the body's available energy.  They are used in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) to tonify and rejuvenate.*

  • Chinese Peony 

    Chinese Peony is a widely used antioxidant, antispasmodic and supports the inflammatory response.*

    WHY WE INCLUDED IT: Chinese Peony is used in health supplements today to help prevent cramping and support healthy muscles of the pelvis.  Chinese Peony is a flowering plant native to Central and Eastern Asia and was used traditionally in Korean, Japanese, and Chinese medicines.  It is known as Bai Shao iin Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM).  It is traditionally used to support the pelvis region.*

  • Eucommia 

    Eucommia is known to detoxify the kidneys and liver.  It also addresses frequent urination with impotence.*

    WHY WE INCLUDED IT: Eucommia is used today in health supplements to strengthen connective tissue and promote healthy circulation.  Eucommia is used in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and is known as Du-Zhong.  It is considered one of the 50 fundamental herbs in TCM for its ability to promote longevity.*

  • Vinpocetine 

    Vinpocetine is fast-acting in supporting an increase in blood flow.*

    WHY WE INCLUDED IT: Vinpocetine supports memory, blood circulation, and oxygen delivery.  It supports brain and nerve signaling necessary for learned coordinated action necessary for healthy urination.*

  • Cinnamon 

    Cinnamon is used in health supplements to help balance blood sugar levels.*

    WHY WE INCLUDED IT: Cinnamon is a spice obtained from the inner bark of several trees in the Cinnamomum group, and it contains several bioactive compounds thought to be beneficial for good health. It is believed to act as an antioxidant, help ease muscle spasms, fight bacteria, and promote healthy blood sugar levels and digestion.  Cinnamon is also known for its astringent, or tightening, properties.*

  • Reishi 

    Reishi is used in health supplements today as an adaptogen during times of stress and as a tonic for the immune system.*

    WHY WE INCLUDED IT: Reishi is a woody mushroom native to Asia, also known as ling-zhi. It is an adaptogenic herb that has been used in Traditional Chinese Medicine for thousands of years as the "Herb of Spiritual Potency" and as the "Mushroom of Immortality".  It is also used in TCM for urinary incontinence.*

  • Wild Yam 

    Wild Yam is used as a health supplement today to support normal hormonal health in women.*

    WHY WE INCLUDED IT: Wild Yam (also known as Dioscorea) is a vine that grows perennially as an underground potato-like tuber. It has been used traditionally in the Americas and around the world to support normal hormonal balance, especially for women, and to calm the nervous system.  It is also an anti-spasmodic herb that has been traditionally used to support the strengthening of the bladder sphincter.*

  • Noni 

    Noni is used in health supplements today as an antioxidant.*

    WHY WE INCLUDED IT: Noni is a tree in the coffee family native to Southeast Asia and Australia. The green fruit, leaves and roots have been used in Polynesian cultures and Traditional Chinese Medicine, both topically and internally, to promote general good health.  It is used in TCM to support the kidneys.*

  • Cornsilk 

    Cornsilk is used in health supplements today to help promote healthy bladder and urinary system functions.*

    WHY WE INCLUDED IT: Cornsilk is the common name for the shiny, thread-like fibers found in ears of corn. It contains proteins, carbohydrates, vitamins, minerals, and fiber. It is used in herbal medicine to promote normal urination by soothing congestion in the urinary tract.*

  • Horsetail 

    Horsetail is a source of silica, which nourishes hair, skin and nails, and to support the function of the urinary tract.*

    WHY WE INCLUDED IT: Horsetail was used in ancient Greek and Roman eras for its astringent properties, to relieve swollen tissues, and to promote normal urination.*


Securi-T Supplement Facts


Amount Per Serving


175 mg (+)

Chinese Peony

100 mg (+)


100 mg (+)


100 mg (+)


100 mg (+)

Wild Yam

50 mg (+)

Goji Berry

50 mg (+)


50 mg (+)


50 mg (+)


14 (+)


5 (+)
Other ingredients: Hypromellose (vegetable cellulose), rice bran, and silica. DOES NOT CONTAIN artificial colors, preservatives, gluten, yeast, wheat, soy, corn, and milk. **Percent Daily Values are based on 2,000 calorie diet. If blank, % Daily Value is not established.

Securi-T Supplement Reviews

working OK
Except one day there was hardly any flow from my bladder and I wonder if I should stop it one day when that happens.?
From: Bonnie | Date: 10/24/2017 7:00 PM
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Securi-T will not prevent urination - it helps strengthen the urinary tract, and help the nerves of the brain connect with the nerves of urinary tract to assure the two are communicating effectively. Another thought is to make sure you're drinking enough water, and eating plenty of fruits & vegetables!
It's a good substitute for
It's a good substitute for prescription drugs for incontinence.
From: frank | Date: 6/29/2017 7:00 PM
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Very good service
Very good service
From: Beverly | Date: 5/24/2017 7:00 PM
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