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Uva-ursi and Echinacea – for cystitis

Fresh herb extracts to ease the symptoms of cystitis

Uva-ursi & Echinacea drops
Uva-ursi & Echinacea drops
  • Herbal remedy used to relieve symptoms of cystitis in women
  • Fresh herb tincture

Uva-ursi & Echinacea Cystitis oral drops is a combination of two distinctive herbs – Arctostaphylos uva-ursi and Echinacea purpurea. It is one of Alfred Vogel’s very first herbal products and used to relieve minor urinary complaints associated with cystitis, in women.

50ml (in stock) £ 10.50


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Product reviews

Uva-ursi & Echinacea drops

Customer rating:

23rd July 2019

“Marvellous product that does the trick”

Lynn Winters

Response from A.Vogel: Delighted that Uva-ursi & Echinacea is proving so helpful for you.

Uva-ursi Complex tincture

Customer rating:

28th April 2019

“I like it good service and the product.”

Hazel Laaksonen

Response from A.Vogel: Really pleased that you are liking our Uva-ursi Complex.

Uva-ursi Complex tincture

Customer rating:

14th September 2018

“perfect for bladder strength.”

Response from A.Vogel: Really pleased that Uva-ursi is helping you.

Uva-ursi Complex tincture

Customer rating:

18th May 2018

“characters wont allow me to write it”

Lyndon Evans

Response from A.Vogel: Not sure what you mean, but please do contact us if you need on 0800 085 0821

Uva-ursi Complex tincture

Customer rating:

20th February 2018

“Eine sehr gute zusammensetzung,”

Jutta Rathsmann-Betinski

Response from A.Vogel: Vielen Dank für Ihre netten Kommentare.

Can cystitis and thrush be linked?

If you suffer from both recurring thrush and cystitis, or find that when you develop one, the other follows soon after, you’ll know how frustrating it can be.

Find out what the link is

Here’s what I recommend

Emma our women's health advisor recommends Uva-ursi complex to help ease symptoms of cystitis and cranberry to maintain bladder health.

Learn more

Did you know?

Cystitis is sometimes known as ‘honeymoon cystitis’. Why? Well, during sex, bacteria can spread from the perineum to the urethral opening. The risk of developing cystitis is therefore increased depending on the frequency you have intercourse (sorry honeymooners!).

7 reasons you keep getting cystitis

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