Generic Name: CRANBERRY (Vaccinium macrocarpon) - ORAL Cranberry Juice Powder Oral Uses
Cranberry has been used for preventing "bladder
infections" (urinary tract infections). It has also been used for decreasing
the smell of urine in people who are unable to control urination
This product should not be used alone to treat bladder
infections. It may not work, and the delay could allow the infection to
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more details about the brand you use.
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How To Use Cranberry Juice Powder Oral
Take this product by mouth as directed. Follow all
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Cranberries will soon be bursting on the scene, fresh from the fall harvest.
Cranberries have a rich history of uses for health. Cranberry poultices to heal wounds were used during American colonial days. Sailors carried cranberries on long voyages to prevent scurvy (vitamin C deficiency).
More recently, cranberries have been recognized to have the unique property of blocking adhesion of bacteria invading human tissue. This can help prevent urinary tract infections, complement treatment of stomach ulcers due to Helicobacter pylori , and improve oral hygiene by preventing adhesion of the mouth bacterium, Streptococcus mutans , to teeth.
But are cranberries healthy for your heart? Several unique properties of cranberries suggest that they do indeed contribute to various aspects of heart health:
Rich source of pectin - Pectin is a soluble fiber, the sort that binds bile acids in the intestinal tract and naturally reduces LDL cholesterol.
Vegetables, fruits (especially dried fruits), and some cereals (whole wheat, bran, or oatmeal) are excellent sources of fiber. It is easy to remember that the harder a vegetable is (like celery), the more fiber it has. For fiber to work, it is very important to drink plenty of water to help with the passage of stool in the intestines.
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