Ingredients:
1 capsule, 1-3 times daily, between meals.
Each (size 00) vegetarian capsule contains:
Cranberry (Vaccinium macrocarpon) concentrate (fruit) 500 mg
Other ingredients: cranberry fiber, vegetarian capsule (cellulose, water), cranberry seed oil, guar gum, sunflower lecithin
CranMax® is a registered trademark of Pharmachem Laboratories, LLC.
Each capsule has approximately 3 calories.

GF, Non GMO, V, Veg

Cranberry NS®

Pure Encapsulations

180 caps

$57.90

NUTRITIONALLY SUPPORTS URINARY TRACT HEALTH WITHOUT UNWANTED SUGAR‡
Cranberries have been used for hundreds of years as nutritional support for the urinary tract. Cranberry concentrate provides support
without the unwanted sugar found in cranberry juice. The role of cranberry concentrate includes enhancing the acidity of urine and
maintaining a healthy urinary tract ecology. Constituents of cranberry concentrate associated with its benefits include proanthocyanidins
as well as d-mannose. Research has suggested the potential for cranberry juice to interact with lectin receptors and maintain a
healthy bladder wall. At Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, a randomized double-blind, placebo-controlled trial involving over
150 female volunteers reported positive support for a healthy urinary tract after administration of a cranberry beverage. Our cranberry
concentrate is made from 100% whole cranberry fruit solids through a proprietary process that concentrates the health benefiting
components of cranberries without the use of solvents or sugars.‡

Dr. W's Comments: The NS in this stands for no sugar. This is a great product for those women who get bladder infections. What is unique about cranberries is their ability to acidify the urine, making it very difficult for bacteria to live. The typical cranberry juice that women might use for this purpose contains a lot of sugar, which obviously is not good, can even be counterproductive for getting a bladder infection under control. In addition to all this, cranberries are full of great health-giving components, especially proanthocyanidins – responsible for their vibrant color.