Thanks to the special complex of ingredients, Vesica promotes the long-term physiological function of the uroepithelium. Vesica flushes the urinary tract and can, in addition, be fed as a supplement to a urinary-specific diet.
Dandelions and dandelion roots in particular have a diuretic effect. The sesquiterpentalactone and the high level of potassium contained in the plant are likely responsible for this effect.
Nettle leaves have diuretic properties thanks to which the urinary tract is thoroughly flushed.
D-mannose is a sugar that is often used for bladder irritations as it supports the body's defense against invading and present pathogens.
Cranberries contain vitamins, minerals and nutritionally valuable secondary plant substances (flavonoids).
Talk to your veterinarian. A veterinarian can make a well-founded medical diagnosis and then recommend a precise and effective product.