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3 is the number of liters of water we should drink each day in order to preserve the urinary comfort.
50% is the percentage of women having a urinary sensitivity.
10% of pregnant women have urinary discomforts.More
800 mg/d organic dry extracts
100 mg/d organic essential oils
100 mg/d organic mother macerates of buds
To swallow with a large glass of water
1 to 2 caps per day
Ingredients (for 2 caps or 1090 mg) : dry extract of aerial parts of organic European solid (Solidago virgaurea) 1-2/1; 240 mg dry extract of organic cranberry berry (Vaccinium macrocarpon) 10/1 with mini. 72 mg of proanthocyanidins (PACs); 100 mg dry extract of organic hibiscus flower (Hibiscus sabdariffa) 2/1; anti-caking agent: talcum powder; 50 mg of essential oil of organic leaf and twig of cinnamon (Cinnamomum cassia); 50 mg bud mother macerate of organic black alder (Alnus glutinosa); 50 mg bud mother macerate of organic heather (Calluna vulgaris); 25 mg of essential oil of aerial parts of organic mountain savory (Satureja montana); 25 mg of essential oil of organic lemon pericarp (Citrus limon); capsule: hypromellose.
You should not exceed the recommended doses. Keep out of reach of young children. This food supplement is not a substitute for a varied and balanced diet or a healthy lifestyle. This product is not recommended for children under 6 years old, pregnant or lactating women. Consult a pharmacist or doctor before starting to take the supplement. Unsuitable for people who are allergic to one of the constituents. Prolonged use is not recommended.
Originally from North America, cranberry owes its name to its resemblance to a sheperd’s stick. It was used by the Native Americans as a jelly or as a sauce to go with meats. It became popular in Europe at the beginning of the XIXth century due to its properties for the urinary system.
From its scientific latin name Solidare, meaning « to consolidate », Solidago Virgaura (european) is an herbaceous plant of 80 cm height which evolves in dry environments, mostly in North America. Only its flowering tips are used because of their high concentration in active ingredients. However, Solidago Virgaura, also called the Goldenrod has been employed for the renal system since the XVIIIth century.
Also called Althéa or Rosewood from China, hibiscus is a tropical shrub from the Southern country. Its flowers mostly contain gossypetin, an organic component from the flavonol family which intervenes at the microbian balance level.
Used by the Egyptians as a embalming tool, Ceylon Cinnamon comes from both the Indian west coast and Sri Lanka. This tree of 10 meter height, covered by many little white flowers, is mainly used for its bark and leaves, rich in essential oil, starch and tannin. Its active principles mostly intervene at the digestive and urinary levels.
Savory, sub-shrub from the Balkans, was used in the Ancient Greece because of its aphrodisiac properties ; it was the main component of love potions. Time passed and its essential oil built its reputation due to its positive impact on the immune level and particularly on the urogenital area.
Antioxidant and tonic, lemon has been used since the depths of time. Its high concentration in vitamin C allows it to play a part at the urinary and genital/reproductive areas.
The alder’s bark presents the (paradoxal) particularity of hardening under water. It can be so hard that once, it has been employed to build the city of Venice, in Italy. Moreover, its shoots, which contain many minerals, vitamins and enzymes, intervene at the cellular level, particularly in the urinary and reproductive areas.
From its latin name Erika, meaning « (to) break », the Ancient used to say about the heather that is was employed to break the bladder’s rocks. At the XIXth century, a scientifical explanation has been given ; the heather’s flowering tips contain many flavonoids and proanthocyanidols which have an impact on the urinary area.