Cranberry (Vaccinium macrocarpon) has been used as both food and medicine for centuries. It is native to North America and was used by Native Americans to treat bladder and kidney diseases.
Several photographs of this herb (also known as Vaccinium oxycoccos).
Cranberry: MedlinePMedline Plus: Cranberry
Frequently asked questions based on the safety concerns and how this herb works.
Herbazest - Cranberry
Provides a full guide on cranberry's medicinal properties, dosages, and mechanism of action, alongside information on the plant's biology.
Herbwisdom.com - Cranberry
Article covering the benefits and properties.
Loyola Medicine: Cranberry
Factsheet including warnings, side effects and interactions.
Mayo Clinic: Cranberry
Offers comprehensive information including evidence, dosing, and selected references.
NewCROP - Vaccinium oxycoccos
Overview presenting the uses and production.
Sloan-Kettering - Cranberry
Includes information on uses, constituents and mechanism of action.
University of Maryland Medical Center
Presents an overview of the plant alongside its medicinal uses and indications. Includes precautions and supporting research.
Presents information including the herb's cultivation, distribution, and uses.
Last update:July 26, 2016 at 16:04:20 UTC