306 mg / 120 capsules
Cranberry titrated to 7% in proanthocyanidins min (36 mg / 3 capsules) PACs (European Pharmacopoeia)
Common names : Cranberry, blueberry bur.
Botanical name : Vaccinium macrocarpon, Vaccinium oxyccocos. Family : ericaceae. French names : Canneberge. Used : Bay
Cranberry urinary tract infections (cystitis), ulcers, gingivitis
- Urinary comfort and high antioxidant power : Cranberry is known, recognized for its antibacterial properties responsible for urinary tract infection. 36 mg of PACs (3 capsules) * reduces the binding of E. coli bacteria (Escherichia coli) on the walls of the urinary tract.
* 100% RDA (Recommended Daily Allowance) dose minimum recommended by AFSSA (French Agency for Food Safety)
- This small fruit contains a compound called proanthocyanidin flavonoid, which is capable of preventing the bacteria (Escherichia coli) that cause infections from attaching to the walls, when a vitamin C, it strengthens the immune system to fight infection .
- The antioxidant cranberry, contains flavonoids (antioxidant) and phenolic acids, powerful antioxidants that can neutralize free radicals from the body and thus prevent the onset of cardiovascular disease, and various age-related diseases. The three main classes of flavonoids in cranberries are anthocyanins (responsible for red color), flavonols and proanthocyanidins.
- Nutritional Information :
Bay of cranberry powder, coating agent: gelatin, anti-caking agent: gum arabic.
Composition for 6 capsules :
Berry cranberry powder (Vaccinium macrocarpon) titrated to 7% proanthocyanidins PACs: 1026 mg (72 mg PACs PE European pharmacopoeia method).
- Used for : Bladder infections (cystitis urinary tract infection), digestive disturbances, blood, urine stench, ulcers, gingivitis
- Precaution for use :
Storage: cool, dry place, away from light.
Do not take with anti-coagulants. Not suitable for pregnant or lactating women. Do not exceed the recommended daily dose.
Food supplement made in France