Cranberry contains the precursor of vitamin A, beta-carotene, vitamins B, C, D and E, sugars, organic acids, minerals and trace elements, iron, flavonoids and other phenolic compounds such as tannins. Seeds contain the essential omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids and the peels contain good fiber for stomach.
Cranberry is a very good source of antioxidants and thanks to flavonoids and tannins, cranberry can support the normal well-being of the urinary tract **. In addition to cranberry, flavonoids are also present in thorns and rose hips, which can, for example support your body's resistance, allergic reactions, heart and blood vessels and the natural health of joints.
Cranberry tannins have many good health effects. Cranberry can also help maintain normal abdominal and intestinal function, as it contains pectin and hairs important for bowel welfare.
Healthy ingredients in cranberry, among others. Vitamin C are also good for eye health. Cranberry (as well as rose hips and sea buckthorn) include potassium, calcium, magnesium, manganese, and iron.
According to studies, cranberry has, for example, anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial * and intestinal health-maintaining effect as well as oral health maintenance effect.
horse 1 tbsp - 4 tbsp / day. Up to 0.5 -3/4 dl / day for urinary tract well-being.
dogs 1 tsp - 1 tbsp / day, for urinary tract well being up to 3-4 tbsp / day.
1 tbsp = 4 g.
The health of the urinary tract is well suited for example. diuretics such as nettle or golden rod.