The Lower Cost, Better Tasting Urea Powder for SIADH Hyponatremia

Medical Food for the Management of Hyponatremia




Choose from Flavored Packets or Natural Unflavored Urea Powder

  • Guideline based therapy for the management of SIADH Hyponatremia (low sodium)
  • Nephrologist invented
  • 30-60% cost savings
  • Compare to Ure-Na packets

What is UreaAide?

Urea is a medical food, used for the treatment of Hyponatremia (low sodium). Urea works by osmosis. It draws excess water out via the kidneys, resulting in increased sodium levels without the need for salt tablets and/or extreme fluid restrictions. Medical foods, like UreaAide, can be purchased directly by patients, but should only be taken under the supervision of a medical provider.

Hyponatremia is a common medical condition that can only be diagnosed by blood tests. Your medical provider may also order urine tests. Most often, Hyponatremia is due to the inability of the body to excrete excess water. This excess water accumulates in the blood, dilutes the sodium level, and leads to low serum sodium. The signs and symptoms of Hyponatremia may include:

  • Drowsiness
  • Falls
  • Disturbances in bone health/Osteoporosis 
  • Slow reaction time
  • Seizures
  • Brain swelling
  • And even Death

UreaAide, is a form of urea distributed by We currently offer two varieties. Firstly, the individual dose packets that have a naturally, refreshing mint flavor. These packets are convenient and easy to use. Secondly, we offer an unflavored urea in a multidose, resealable package with dosing scoop. This option offers patients a lower cost alternative and allows them to add their own flavoring. 

Get out of the ‘low salt brain fog’ and get back to feeling great again!


What Real Patients are Saying

Our patients across North America are enjoying UreaAide

My sodium levels came back into the normal range with 15 g of urea a day.
Betty B.
It has helped my mother so much with her condition. She is 95 years old and going strong! Thanks for this product!
Thanks so much for this medicine, it is a miracle that we found this.
Forest E.

Meet Dr. Barry Gorlitsky

Dr Barry, our inventor, is Yale trained and board certified in Internal Medicine, Nephrology, and a certified Hypertension specialist. Frustrated with the current treatments for SIADH/Hyponatremia: cost, side effects, taste and tolerability, Dr Barry set out to make a Urea with his patients in mind.

We work tirelessly to make sure UreaAide is safe, effective, tastes great, dissolves completely and is priced fairly for you.”

-Dr. Barry

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