Cranberry contains many vitamins, medicinal bitters, minerals and trace elements that are beneficial for horses and dogs. The high levels of vitamin C and flavonoids help to maintain wellbeing of mucosae and urinary tracts.
Cranberry also contains vitamin A, beta-carotene, vitamins B, C, D and E, sugars, organic acids, minerals and trace elements, iron, flavonoids and other phenolic compounds such as tannins. Seeds contain the essential omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids and the peels contain good fiber to promote normal stomach functions.
Cranberry is a very good source of antioxidants and thanks to high content of vitamins, flavonoids and tannins, cranberry can support the normal well-being of the urinary tracts**. In addition to cranberry, flavonoids are also present in seabuckthorn and rosehip, which can for example, support your body's resistance and general wellbeing.
Tannins contained in cranberry have many good health effects. Cranberry can also help to maintain normal abdominal and intestinal function, as it contains pectin which is a soluble fiber.
Many healthy ingredients are present in cranberry. Cranberry contains small amounts of potassium, calcium, magnesium, manganese and iron.
According to studies, cranberry has, for example, anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial * and intestinal health-maintaining effects.
horse 500 kg:
1 tbsp - 4 tbsp / day.
Up to 0.5 -3/4 dl / day for urinary tract well-being.
1/2 tsp - 1 tbsp / day,
for urinary tract well being up to 3-4 tbsp / day.
1 tbsp = 4 g.
Cranberry: Chemical Composition, Antioxidant Activity and
Impact on Human Health: Overview
Comparative Susceptibility Study Against Pathogens Using Fermented Cranberry Juice and Antibiotics
Cranberry Polyphenols and Prevention against Urinary Tract Infections: Relevant Consideration
100 % Dried and crushed cranberry.