Cranberries are well known for their profound antiseptic role in healing urinary tract infections and yeast infections. That power comes from cranberries’ ability to fight Streptococcus bacteria—because most of the time, chronic strep infections are behind these conditions. (Even though in yeast infections, the origin of the problem is misdiagnosed as fungal, really, the yeast is secondary.)
Cranberries are one of the ultimate foods for gallbladder disease and dissolving gallstones.
Cranberries are powerful liver cleansers, and they’re extremely helpful when you’re trying to pass kidney stones with ease. They can even dislodge earwax buildup and help bring back hearing.
Cranberries are high in the antioxidants (such as anthocyanins) that help with cardiovascular disease and arteriosclerosis.
They also hold phytoestrogen compounds that disarm invading estrogens from outside sources such as plastics, environmental pollutants, pesticides, and other synthetic chemicals. Cranberries destroy these toxic hormones that are responsible for so many of women’s health conditions.
Filled with compounds and agents that draw radiation out of your body, amino acids that protect connective tissue, enzymes that specifically detoxify your organs, and more than 50 trace minerals to address deficiencies you may not even know you have, cranberries also have anti-proliferative compounds that help halt the growth of pathogens.
Cranberries provide potent stress assistance during your times of need. And if you’re trying to lose weight, cranberries are another of your strongest allies. Consuming a bowl of cranberries daily will help suppress your appetite and help you shed those extra pounds.
How To Use:
Drink Medical Medical Cranberry Water as often as possible. Consume in juices, smoothies, dips, dressings, salads, or Medical Medium Wild Blueberry Cranberry Sauce. Frozen cranberries can be a great way to get your hands on this fruit. Try cooking them into your oatmeal or incorporating them into smoothies.
This item posted: 26-Dec-2021
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