|Average contents||For 4 g||For 8 g (maximum daily dose)|
|Concentrated dehydrated Cranberry juice||900 mg||1800 mg|
|D-Mannose||500 mg||1000 mg|
|Concentrated dehydrated Lime juice||300 mg||600 mg|
|Bearberry extract||100 mg||200 mg|
Bearberry is an evergreen shrub with a creeping stem that can reach one meter length. In Italy it grows in mountain areas, in pastures, but also in stony areas. According to modern herbal medicine, it reduces the inflammatory state of the urinary tract with a combined adverse effect on the proliferation of harmful germs. Bearberry extract is therefore indicated to improve the health condition of the genitourinary system.
Cranberry is an intense red berry that grows completely in North America, Northern Europe and in the less warm countries of South America. Several publications in international scientific journals attribute to cranberry the beneficial property, including the one on the urinary tract, where it is useful to maintain physiological levels of microbial load and to discourage the onset of the possibility of attacks by some bacteria.
D-Mannose is a natural monosaccharide, or a simple sugar. It has no contraindications, is not metabolized by our body, does not make you fat and does not raise blood sugar, reaching the urinary tract without alteration. It is precisely from the moment it arrives in the bladder that it has its beneficial effect: it opposes the adhesion of harmful bacteria to the wall of the bladder and promotes its elimination in the urine. Once ingested, d-mannose is expelled via the urine directly after about sixty minutes.