This formula contains extracts of Canadian cranberries and goldenrod which promote:
- health and proper functioning of the bladder and lower urinary tract
- an increase in urine production, thus helping to leach bacteria from the urinary tract
- Proanthocyanidins (one of the active ingredients of Canadian cranberries) are absorbed into the blood after ingestion, into the kidneys, then into the urine.
- Goldenrod maintains the correct functioning of the bladder and lower urinary tract and promotes the excretory function of the kidneys, helping to rinse bacteria from the urinary tract. A sufficient drinking regime that can wash out harmful bacteria is also important.
This formula contains CranMax® – a patented concentrate of the highest quality from whole fruits of North American cranberries.
CranMax® has a high content of natural substances with physiological effects – minerals, vitamins, trace elements, organic acids, fiber, polyphenols and flavonoids – a unique composition.
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Why use NatureVia CRANBERRY ACUTE?
1) The unique composition of CranMax® from whole cranberry fruits with unique efficiency:
- CranMax®’s proprietary patented manufacturing technology preserves all ingredients from all cranberry fruit surfaces (pulp, kernels, skin and juice) to stay as close to fresh cranberries as possible.
- The interaction of all components is intensified and the resulting synergistic effect is higher than when using only the fruit
- 500mg Cran-Max® contains at least 36mg PAC (proanthocyanidins) and is as effective as 3 servings of 100% pure cranberry juice.
- It has been clinically proven that Cran-Max® is twice as effective and faster than cranberry extract with only 36mg of PAC and can be paid without side effects¹
2) BioShield® protection
- Patented transport technology to protect the active substances from the effects of gastric acids.
- Gradual release of the active substance allows for absorption and prolonged effect
¹/ J.M.Bohbot.The Gyneacologists Journal 2007