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Uva-ursi and Echinacea

Containing fresh herb extracts of Uva-ursi (Bearberry) and Echinacea purpurea

Uva-ursi Complex tincture
  • To help maintain bladder and urinary tract health
  • Botanical food supplement
  • Fresh herb tincture

Uva-ursi Complex 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 help maintain the health of the bladder and urinary tract.

50ml (in stock) £ 9.75

Product reviews

Uva-ursi Complex tincture

Customer rating:

5th October 2017

“AS previously not delivered”

Peter Martin, Manchester

Response from A.Vogel: Please contact our Customer Support on 0800 085 0821 if your goods have not been received, so that we can rectify the situation. Unfortunately, goods despatched via Royal Mail are not tracked and, therefore, we don't know when the odd parcel goes astray. Please accept our apologies for any inconvenience that this has caused.

Uva-ursi Complex tincture

Customer rating:

21st September 2017

“Liked the product very much”

Response from A.Vogel: Thank you for your feedback.

Uva-ursi Complex tincture

Customer rating:

8th January 2017

“I get problems with my bladder and this keeps it at bay.”

Janet Wincott

Response from A.Vogel: Great to hear that Uva-ursi is helping you.

Uva-ursi Complex tincture

Customer rating:

1st December 2016

“As before, how many times do you require compliments for your products?”

Helen M Fletcher

Uva-ursi & Echinacea drops

Customer rating:

6th October 2016

“It helps but it doesn't make me health.”

P�Ivi Ihanainen

Response from A.Vogel: Do call our Helpline team on 0845 608 585 should you require any further help.

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