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What is Uva Ursi? (Arctostaphylos uva-ursi) Uva Ursi has been used for centuries by Native Americans to help support the urinary tract, and is especially indicated for active urinary tract infections. It is not for long-term use, but works best in acute situations (can use daily for 1-2 weeks). Uva Ursi contains arbutin, a glycoside (compound attached to a glucose molecule) which is metabolized into a powerful antiseptic within the kidneys.…

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…fluid retention include bloating and swelling of the ankles, wrists, hands or feet. These signs can indicate other underlying health problems; consult your doctor if any of these symptoms occur. Diuretic Gold contains Uva Ursi and Juniper, notable for their ability to often improve symptoms of acute urinary tract infection. Dandelion, Nettle, and Horsetail additionally support the cleansing and diuretic action of Diuretic Gold, while Marshmallow…

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What is Damiana? (Turnera diffusa) Damiana is native to the hot climate of Central America where, according to folklore, it has been traditionally used as an aphrodisiac for hundreds of years. It is still popular today and used worldwide for improving libido and sexual vitality in both men and women, and is reputed to improve premature ejaculation and erectile dysfunction. Additional benefits of Damiana include an antiseptic action in the urinary…

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What is Horsetail? (Equisetum arvense) Horsetail is one of the oldest living plants on Earth, and was once as tall as trees. It is an ancient herb, used often in the times of ancient Rome and Greece to reduce water retention and inflammation. In North America, this herb was a traditional native remedy to strengthen the kidneys and bladder, and was also used to assist in the elimination of kidney stones. Horsetail is primarily a urinary diuretic…

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Supports Urinary Tract Health Studies have shown that cranberry (Vaccinium macrocarpon) prevents adhesion of bacteria to the walls of the bladder and urinary tract, in particular E. coli - the most commonly implicated bacteria in urinary tract infections. This inhibition of adhesion is the main mechanism for cranberry's effectiveness in combatting urinary tract infections (UTIs), as well as helping to maintain a healthy urinary tract and…

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What is Goldenseal? (Hydrastis canadensis) Goldenseal has been called “King of the Mucous Membranes” for its notable benefit upon infected or inflamed mucous membranes. It is especially indicated for infections of the mucous membranes of the respiratory tract and digestive system. In the respiratory tract, Goldenseal works best when an active infection is present, as indicated by mucous that is thick and yellow or green in color. It…

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What is Usnea? (Usnea barbata) Also known as "Old Man's Beard" due to its string-like appearance and hanging growth from trees, Usnea has been used medicinally for thousands of years. It is a powerful immune tonic and contains a potent antibiotic and antifungal agent called "usnic acid." With its hair-like growth and strong antimicrobial properties, Usnea was very valuable for applying to surface wounds before the advent…

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