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Cranberry Extract 4:1 Powder
Cranberry Extract comes from the fruit-bearing shrub primarily grown in North America. As a supplement, it is primarily used to promote and maintain good bladder health. Cranberries contain plenty of useful antioxidants and phytonutrients.
Cranberries are low in sodium and do not contain cholesterol or fat.
Serving Size & Timing
Take 400 milligrams (about 1/4 teaspoon) one to three times daily, or as directed by a physician. For best results, be sure to drink plenty of water during supplementation.
Supplement FactsServing size: 400 milligrams
Serving per container: *
|Amount Per Serving||% Daily Value**|
|Cranberry 4:1 Extract… 400mg||*|
** Based on 2,000 calorie diet
Sugar, soy, dairy, yeast, gluten, corn and additives.
As a dietary supplement, take 400 mg up to three times daily with plenty of water, or as directed by a physician.
|US Standard Measuring Spoons|
INGREDIENTS & FURTHER INFORMATION
CONCENTRATION OF CRANBERRY EXTRACT 4:1
This extract is taken out at a 4:1 ratio, meaning that for every four parts of cranberry, one part is extracted, making this a highly concentrated solution. There are no fillers of any kind present in this solution.
CRANBERRY EXTRACT 4:1 SIDE EFFECTS
Provided the recommended amounts are adhered to, Cranberry Extract is safe to take. However, stomach discomfort may occur at larger doses. Should symptoms such as diarrhea or severe abdominal pain occur, reduce dosage. If they persist, discontinue use and consult a physician.
Allergic reactions are rare but not impossible. Discontinue use if you develop dizziness, labored breathing or swelling/itching of the tongue and throat.
My wife is using cranberry powder as a secondary supplement to maintain healthy urinary bladder. *
On 1/8/2017 Rudy said...
I have found it difficult to find cranberry capsules with only cranberry. The powder is perfect. I love the taste in water. Hope it aids in curing me of kidney stones. Very happy with this product.*
On 12/6/2016 Susan said...
Not a big fan of straight cranberry juice. This powder works wonderfully in smoothies mixed with other ingredients. Not too strong. Using it to improve bladder function. Hoping for the best....*
On 11/9/2016 Alexis said...
My blader began working well again!!!*
On 7/17/2016 PATRICK said...
The following is a list of clinical trials, most double-blinded and placebo-controlled, recorded at the National Medical Library, MEDLINE, as abstracted by GreenMedInfo for cranberry:
1. A cranberry concentrate is effective in preventing urinary tract infections in women who are subject to recurrent infections.
2. A cranberry extract reduces incidence of recurrent urinary tract infections in female patients.
3. An acute dose of cranberry beverages improved biomarkers of antioxidant status and inhibition of bacterial adhesion in urine.
4. It is concluded that blackcurrant juice could support the treatment and metaphylaxis of uric acid stone disease because of its alkalizing effect. Since cranberry juice acidifies urine it could be useful in the treatment of brushite and struvite stones as well as urinary tract infection.
5. Cranberry compares favorably to the drug trimethoprim in the prevention of recurrent urinary tract infections in older women, without increasing the risk of antibiotic resistance/super-infection and/or fungal infection.
6. Cranberry consumption induces an anti-microbial effect in the urine against Klebsiella bacteria.
7. Cranberry contributes to improving the rate of H. pylori infection in females receiving antibiotics and a proton pump inhibitor.
8. Cranberry decreases the number of patients experiencing at least 1 symptomatic urinary tract infection a year.
9. Cranberry extract has a favorable effect on blood lipid profiles in patients with type 2 diabetes.
10. Cranberry extract has inhibitory activity on the bacterial adhesiveness of pathogenic E. Coli.
11. Cranberry fruit powder showed a clinically relevant, dose-dependent, and significant reduction in lower urinary tract symptoms in men over 45.
12. Cranberry has significant bacterial anti-adhesion activity against uropathogenic Escherichia coli.
13. Cranberry ingestion has a protective effect against asymptomatic bacteriuria and symptomatic urinary tract infections in pregnancy.
14. Cranberry juice consumption has a favorable effect on plasma HDL-cholesterol concentrations in men.
15. Cranberry juice consumption improves vascular function in patients with coronary artery disease.
16. Cranberry juice consumption significantly prevents recurrent urinary tract infections.
17. Cranberry juice has anti-uropathogenic bacteria effects in the urine of healthy volunteers.
18. Cranberry juice supplementation reduces cholesterol oxidation and cell adhesion molecule concentrations in men.
19. Cranberry juice suppresses Helicobacter pylori infection in endemically afflicted populations.
20. Cranberry may reduce the risk of urinary tract infections by inhibiting biofilms in the bladder.
21. Cranberry significantly inhibits Escherichia Coli adhesion in the bladder.
22. Low-calorie cranberry juice can improve several risk factors of CVD in adults, including circulating TGs, CRP, and glucose, insulin resistance, and diastolic BP.
23. Reduction of bacteriuria and pyuria after ingestion of cranberry juice.
24. Regular drinking of cranberry juice reduces the recurrence of urinary tract infection.
25. The present work emphasizes the potential of berries in chemoprevention, especially CRC chemoprevention.
26. Berry fruits presented antioxidant and anti-inflammatory activities in vitro and in vivo.
27. Cranberries might be used as a beneficial adjuvant treatment to prevent damage due to pyelonephritis in children with vesicoureteric reflux.
28. Cranberry powder has a favorable effect on blood lipid profiles and antioxidant status in rats fed an atherogenic diet.
29. Cranberry proanthocyanidins reduced the formation of biofilms by S. mutans in vitro and dental caries development in vivo.
30. E. coli extract and cranberry exert preventive effects on chronic bacterial prostatitis.
31. Oregano and cranberry extracts have a prolongevity effect in the Mexican fruit fly.
32. The current study demonstrated that cranberry extract has potent EAC [Esophageal Cancer] cell death inducing capacity and strongly inhibits growth of EAC tumor xenografts.
33. Cranberry exhibits anti-MRSA and anti-biofilm properties.
34. Cranberry flavonols and PACs possess cytotoxic properties against ovarian cancer cells.
35. Cranberry has a clinical benefit in the prevention of recurrent urinary tract infections in women.
36. Cranberry has some of the highest antioxidant and antiproliferative activity of a variety of common fruits studied.
37. Cranberry juice constituents inhibit influenza virus adhesion and infectivity.
38. Cranberry juice contains at least two inhibitors of lectin-mediated adherence of uropathogens to eucaryotic cells.
39. Cranberry juice has an antiviral effect on simian rotavirus.
40. Cranberry juice reduces bacteriuria and pyuria in elderly women.
41. Cranberry may have a favorable role to play in the prevention of cardiovascular disease.
42. Cranberry polyphenols sensitize platinum-resistant ovarian cancer cells to the cytotoxic effects of paraplatin.
43. Cranberry proanthocyanidin cause apoptosis and inhibit human breast cancer cell proliferation.
44. Cranberry proanthocyanidin rich extract induces cell death and prevents proliferation in esophageal cancer.
45. Cranberry proanthocyanidins may have therapeutic value in periodontal disease.
46. Cranberry proanthocyanidins have anti-ovarian cell activity.
47. Cranberry proanthocyanidins inhibit Aggregatibacter actinomycetemcomitans induced damage associated with periodontitis.
48. Cranberry, bilberry and crowberry juices have potential against pneumococcal infections.
49. Feijoa and Blackberry had the strongest anti-inflammatory effects out of selected fruits.
50. Proanthocyanidin inhibits the adherence of multidrug resistant E. coli.
51. Strawberries, blueberries, and cranberries may have therapeutic value in metabolic syndrome.
52. Vitamin A, probiotics, cranberry, nasturtium and horseradi*
On 5/7/2016 Stephen said...
I got this product with the idea of mitigating the frequency of urinary tract infections (UTI) - so much has been written about it.
To my surprise, there is another very exciting reason to get it: gum disease ( http://jac.oxfordjournals.org/content/58/2/439.abstract ). It seems cranberries make life very difficult for certain types of bacteria.
I am now adding a couple of teaspoonfuls of it into juice and swish it around the mouth.*
On 3/1/2016 Steven said...
This cranberry extract has a mild, pleasant flavor. It is not tart like fresh cranberries. I added 1/4 teaspoon to my chocolate-flavored protein smoothie.*
On 1/7/2016 Brian said...
*NOTE: These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
**DISCLAIMER: There is no guarantee of specific results and results can vary.