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.
The positive effects of the bearberry, in treating dogs bladder problems, can be traced back to its arbutin components. The compound arbutin is metabolised into aglyconic hydrochinon in a dogs body.
Dandelions, especially its roots, have a diuretic effect. The sesquiterpentalactone and the high level of potassium contained in the plant are likely responsible for this effect.
The special properties of cranberries inhibit the adhesion of uropathogens in the urinary tract. The flavonoid Proanthocyanidin, a secondary plant compound, is responsible for the cranberries effect. Proanthocyanidin can inhibit bacteria from attaching themselves to the walls of the urinary tract.
Nettle leaves have diuretic properties. Thanks to them, the urinary tract is thoroughly flushed.
Talk to your veterinarian. A veterinarian can make a well-founded medical diagnosis and then recommend a precise and effective product.