Cranberry/d-Mannose combines cranberry extract and d-mannose for urinary tract functionality and health to help you find urinary tract comfort.*
- Dual support for urinary tract comfort*
- Promotes enhanced urinary tract functionality*
- Made with cranberry extract from 100% cranberry fruit solids*
- Made with hypoallergenic, vegan ingredients
Cranberry extract provides urinary tract support without the unwanted sugar found in cranberry juice or juice cocktails, which can encourage the growth of unfriendly bacteria. It enhances the acidity of urine and maintains a healthy urinary tract ecology. One study suggested the potential for cranberry juice to interact with lectin receptors and maintain a healthy bladder wall. At Brigham and Womens Hospital in Boston, MA, a randomized double blind, placebo-controlled trial involving over 150 female volunteers reported positive support for a healthy urinary tract after administration of a cranberry beverage. d-Mannose, a simple sugar found in cranberries and other fruit, is included in this formula to provide concentrated support. One study examining the effect of d-mannose on epithelial cells suggested that it may play a role in supporting healthy genitourinary function by maintaining a healthy mucosal surface.*
Take 2–6 capsules daily, in divided doses, with or between meals.
Serving Size: One Vegetable Capsule
Amount Per Serving
Cranberry Extract … 100mg
D-Mannose … 450mg
Other Ingredients: cranberry fiber, cranberry seed oil, guar gum, sunflower lecithin, ascorbyl palmitate, vegetarian capsule (cellulose, water)
CranMax® is a registered trademark of Pharmachem Laboratories, LLC.
If pregnant or lactating, consult your physician before taking this product. Cranberry juice and d-mannose have been associated with gastrointestinal upset, nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea in some individuals. d-Mannose should not interfere with blood sugar regulation even for diabetics because so little is absorbed, though close monitoring is always advised. Consult your physician for more information.
Some in vitro studies suggest that cranberry could alter the way that the liver breaks down medications metabolized by the cytochrome P450 system, altering the effects of these medications and possibly the dose needed for treatment. However, this has not been demonstrated in human studies. Cranberry may be contra-indicated for individuals on blood thinning medications. Consult your physician for more information.