Arkocaps Cranberryne 600 mg Berry

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Arkocaps Cranberryne are a dietary supplement for women who suffer from recurrent urinary tract infections.

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Used for : cystitis, UTIs, urinary problems

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What is Arkocaps Cranberryne 600 mg Berry used for?

Arkocaps Cranberryne consist of Cranberry.

Cranberry is a small red berry that grows in the swampy soils of "New England" and the North East Coast of the United States.

Native Americans called it "Imbi" or "Atoka" and used it for its therapeutic virtues. In 1923, American doctors were already using Cranberry in recurrences of urinary tract infections.

The standardized cranberry extract present in this food supplement contains proanthocyanidins (PAC) which are compounds with indirect action, as they inhibit the ability of pathogens to adhere to intestinal epithelial cells and to proliferate there. The possibility of migration of microbes residing in the intestine into the urogenital system is then reduced, thus making it possible to prevent “mechanically” any future recurrences.

Cranberry contains:

  • Hippuric Acid
  • proanthocyanidins.

These 2 acids change the chemical composition of urine which prevents the adhesion of bacteria, in particular Escherichia Coli, to the walls of the urinary tract.

We advise you to complete your cure, to alternate with food supplements Cys-Control Flash 5-Day program intended to fight against intense urinary discomfort . You can also follow a natural treatment against cystitis such as DUAB NUTRIVERCELL CYSTITES capsules combining propolis and cranberry for an action on genes and urinary tract infections .

Finally, you can opt for Pileje Feminabiane CBU Flash food supplement based on extracts of piloselle, cranberry (cranberry) and orthosiphon, prevention and rapid treatment of cystitis (urinary tract infections).

How to take this food supplement based on Cranberry?

Take 1 capsule morning and evening at mealtimes with a large glass of water. It is advisable to drink plenty throughout the day, a minimum of 1.5 liters of water.

Recommendations for use

  • Oral route.
  • From 6 years old.
  • Do not exceed the recommended daily dose.
  • Prolonged consumption of cranberries in individuals prone to kidney stones is not recommended.
  • Cranberry may interact with anti-vitamin K class anticoagulant treatments.
  • A food supplement should not replace a varied and balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle.
  • Keep out of reach of young children. Store away from light, heat and humidity.


Cranberry powder (Totum integral) (Vaccinium macrocarpon) Bulking agent: calcium phosphate Anti-caking agent: magnesium stearate Plant-based envelope: Hydroxypropyl methylcellulose.

Average nutritional information

  • For 2 capsules
    • Cranberry Berry Powder 600mg


This supplement comes in the form of a pill box of 45 or 150 capsules

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