Traditional herbal diuretic
Uva ursi has a strong affinity for the urinary system. Today this astringent herb is an ingredient in most herbal diuretics and urinary remedies and many weight-loss formulas. It has been used as a diuretic and urinary antiseptic for more than 1,000 years by cultures as widely separated as the Chinese and North American natives.
Did you know?
Uva ursi (Bearberry), Latin for “bear’s grape” due to the fondness bears have for the fruit, was drank as a tea by Native Americans of British Columbia to promote the flow of urine and as a tonic for weakening bladder and kidney function.
Features & Benefits
- In traditional herbal medicine used as a diuretic and a urinary antiseptic.