Cranberry

Description

There are several species of Cranberry in the Ericaceae family. This species known as American Cranberry is native to the Northeastern United States and was a common food source for many Native American tribes including but not limited to the Iroquois, Algonquin, Ojibwa, and Chippewa. It was dried for a winter food source or pressed into dry cakes. Originally named “crane berries” in reference to the large birds that regularly…

 

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    buy now Cranberry Concentrate

    Optimizes urinary tract health*

    Cranberry has a long history of use for supporting the health of the urinary tract. Made from organic cranberries, Gaia’s Cranberry Concentrate is a convenient alternative to eating whole cranberries and doesn’t have the bitterness or unnecessary sugar you can get from drinking cranberry juice.

    Herbs:  Cranberry

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