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Cranberry Juice

Other Names: Cranberries, Cranberry, Vaccinium Oxycoccos, Vaccinium Macrocarpon
Traditional Usages: Food, Urinary Tract Infections, Hay fever, Suppresses symptons of Bacterial Infections, Food and chemical Allergies, Unpleasant smelling Urine, Prevention of Vitamin C Deficiency
Resources: Northern Hemisphere, North America
Parts Used: Berries
Herbal Research: Cranberry


Cranberry Juice - Herbal remedy for Adult BedwettingDrinking 6-8 ounces of cranberry juice before bedtime can prevent bedwetting.

Cranberry Juice - Herbal remedy for Bacterial Vaginitis: Cranberry juice can help reduce itching. Drink 3-6 ounces of unsweetened cranberry juice a day.

Cranberry Juice – Herbal remedy for Bladder Infections: Drink cranberry juice.  When cranberry is taken at the onset of a bladder infection, it can prevent bacteria from attaching to the bladder wall. Drink 3-6 ounces of unsweetened cranberry juice a day.

Cranberry Juice - Herbal remedy for Sexually Transmitted Infections: Cranberry juice may be helpful in killing off some of the bacteria that is present and relieving any pain or irritation. In addition to drinking fresh cranberry juice, one can take a supplement as well.

Cranberry Juice – Herbal remedy for Vaginal Yeast Infection: Add unsweetened cranberry juice to your diet on a weekly basis to ward off new infections.

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