Lingonberry´s acidity effectively kills bacteria. The acidic substances contained in the lingonberry functions as a protection against bacteria. It has been found that half of the phenolic compounds and prosyanidines have been at least obstructed by urinary tract infections.
Lingonberry is also suitable for the stomach but is not recommended for continuous use due to the acidity of the berry. The semianus promotes the activity of the spleen, liver and abdomen. Half-puff phenols and ellagic acid make good intestinal bacterial strain and well-functioning gut bacteria while improving resistance.
Lingonberry contains plenty of vitamin C and good fibers for the stomach. It also improves the body's immune system.
Dosage: horse 500 kg: 1 to 3 tablespoons / day.
Dogs: 1 tsp - 1 tbsp / day.
It is worthwhile to feed this regimenly, not constantly, as for long-term use it may acidify the body.
Eating plenty of berries has a beneficial effect on cholesterol and blood glucose and is beneficial to the fatty and glycemic metabolism of eczemas. The semicircle is good for the heart and has been found to balance the estrogen levels, healing digestive problems and helping weight management. The anti-oxidants contained in the half-lipid protect the aging cells.