The formulation contains:
Cranberry (Vaccinium macrocarpon) - Studies have shown that the proanthocyanidins in cranberry stops E. coli bacteria from sticking to the lining of the bladder, thereby reducing urinary irritation
Buchu (Barosma crenulata) - This herb contains volatile oils that have anti-septic actions in the urinary tract which can help soothe irritation
. Bearberry (Arctostaphylos UVA-URSI) - The main active constituent is a glycoside called arbutin. A derivative of arbutin and methyl arbutin (another constituent of bearberry) is Hydroquinone, a strong antiseptic. The presence of this compound makes bearberry an effective anti-septic, for the urinary system.
Vitamin C (Ascorbic acid) - Amongst its many biological functions, vitamin C is known to support the immune system.
Olive Leaf (Olea europaea) - There are many constituents present in olive leaf and one of these is oleuropein. This compound may have antiseptic properties which might make olive leaf useful against urinary irritation. Oleuropein also has some other health benefits as well, and is supportive for the circulatory system.
Zinc citrate (equiv. to 15mg Zinc) - This mineral is essential for or plays a role in a large number of biological processes in the body, one of which is immune function.
Complimentary products to Go Cranberry 60,000 are Go Probiotic 40 Billion+ and Go B Complex.
Active IngredientsIngredients per VegeCap
Cranberry(Vaccinium macrocarpon) ext. equiv. to dry fruit 60,000mg, Buchu(Barosma crenulata) ext. equiv. to dry leaf 350mg, Bearberry(Arctostaphylos UVA-URSI) ext. equiv. to dry leaf 250mg, Vitamin C(Ascorbic acid) 110mg, Olive Leaf (Olea europaea) ext. equiv. to dryleaf 100mg, Zinc citrate (equiv. to 15mg Zinc) 48mg
WarningsNot to be taken during pregnancy orlactation.
If there is blood in the urine, seek immediate medicalattention.
If symptoms persist more than 48 hours consult yourHealthcare Professional.
If taking prescription medication or if indoubt consult your Healthcare Professional. Always read the label. Takeonly as directed.