We are not referring to the bluish-black blueberries you see in the grocery store, but to the American cranberry, better known as cranberry.
Let's start at the beginning: the cranberry is the fruit of a shrub of the cranberry family. Oxycoccus macrocarpus of small size, native to the north of North America. It is a red fruit or fleshy berry, sour and bitter (again, nothing to do with the blueberries we are used to in the shelves of fruit stores).
Why is it so popular?
During the summer and hottest time of the year, consumption and online searches for cranberries skyrocket, usually in the form of food supplements. American cranberries are never eaten fresh and raw, as a fruit. Their taste is so acidic that they have to be counteracted with sugar. That is why it is common to find them in desserts, biscuits or cookies, among others.
It is no coincidence that the season in which this red fruit or berry arouses more interest is the season in which we spend more hours soaking in beaches and swimming pools...
- Contains bearberry, which helps to maintain urinary tract health.
- Contains Vitamin C, which contributes to the normal functioning of the immune system.
Cranbycyst Max also contains 300 mg PAC or PROANTHOCyanidins, the most important components of cranberry.
We propose two ways to take Cranbycyst Max depending on your needs:
- Intensive: Two capsules per day, one in the morning and one in the evening.
- Maintenance: One capsule per day, preferably in the evening.
In addition, cranberry-based Cranbycyst Max is free of dairy, egg, gluten and lactose. Remember to drink two liters of water a day and shower rather than bathe to help maintain urinary tract health.
At-risk population groups: consult a healthcare professional.
Food supplements should not be used as a substitute for a varied and balanced diet. It is important to have a varied and balanced diet and lead a healthy lifestyle.
Do not exceed the recommended daily dose. Keep out of the reach of small children.