Its specific name uva-ursi means “grape of the bear” in Latin (ūva ursī), similar to the meaning of the generic epithet Arctostaphylos (“bear grapes”). Bears are particularly fond of the fruit, which explains its Latin name, “uva ursi,” which means “bear’s grape.”
- urinary tract disorders
- Curing infections of the kidney, bladder, and urethra
- swelling (inflammation) of the urinary tract
- increased urination
- painful urination
- urine that contains excess uric acid or other acids
- Removes constipation
- lung condition called bronchitis.
Direction for use:
10 to 15 drops twice daily in half cup of lukewarm water, or prescribed by the physian.
- consult your physian before using any medication
- keep reach out of children
- store in cool and dry temperature.