Viridian Cranberry Mannose PH 50g

Viridian Cranberry Mannose PH 50g

  • £27.76


What does Cranberry Berry and Mannose do?

What does cranberry do? 

In traditional North American herbalism, cranberry has been used to prevent kidney stones and “bladder gravel” as well as to remove toxins from the blood.

  • Does Cranberry and Mannose help with URINARY TRACT INFECTION 

  • cranberry prevents E. coli, the most common bacterial cause of UTIs, from adhering to the cells lining the wall of the bladder. This anti-adherence action is thought to reduce the ability of the bacteria to cause a UTI. A small double-blind trial with younger women ages 1845 years with a history of recurrent urinary tracts infections, found that daily treatment with an encapsulated cranberry concentrate (400 mg twice per day) for three months significantly reduced the recurrence of urinary tract infections compared to women taking a placebo.

  • Can Cranberry help with KIDNEY STONES 

  • Cranberry has been shown to reduce the amount of ionised calcium in the urine by more than 50% in patients with kidney stones.

  • ANTIOXIDANT

  • cranberries are rich in potent antioxidant compounds including anthocyanidins, quercetin, and chlorogenic acid. Cranberry has been found to be one of the richest sources of phenolic compounds demonstrating anti-proliferative effects in human cells.

What does mannose do?

Some reports say D-mannose slows down this protein loss and makes your liver work better. It may also reduce bleeding disorders and low blood sugar in people with this disease. Preliminary clinical trials in Europe show that D-mannose may also treat or prevent urinary tract infections (UTIs).

How long does it take for mannose to work?


Taking D-Mannose daily will prevent urinary tract infections. But if you already have a urinary tract infection you can take D-Mannose to help with the pain. It generally starts working against urinary tract pain in 48 hours.

The effect of cranberry extract plus D-mannose combination in acute urinary tract infection episodes seems to be promising. The significant cure rate registered in the patients with antibiotic-resistant urine cultures may be explained by a beneficial influence of the product on the antimicrobial sensitivity.