Cranberry 500mg

  • Help prevent and treat urinary tract infections
  • Help improve the immune system
  • Help improve the cardiovascular system
  • Help reduce the risk of cancer

Product Specifications

Product TypeCapsule
Closed Number60 Number
Product Registration Code6263240700060
Gender ConsumptionGeneral
GroupKidney and urinary tract (urology)
Type of EnclosurePlastic can
Manufacturing CountryIran
ManufacturerDayan Pharmed

Practical Information

CharacteristicEach capsule contains 500 mg of standardized cranberry fruit extract based on at least 15% pro-anthocyanidin type A.
Method of UseTake one capsule twice a day with a glass of water.
IndicationsEffective in preventing and treating urinary tract infections Improve the immune system Improve the cardiovascular system
Consumption WarningPrecautions and contraindications: Avoid using this product during pregnancy, breastfeeding, children, and if you are allergic to any of the components of this product. If you are taking certain medications or taking anticoagulants such as warfarin or any history of kidney stones, consult your doctor before use.
DescriptionCranberry is a plant that is cultivated in North America and Canada and has many healing properties. This plant is rich in flavonoid compounds called anthocyanin and proanthocyanin, which have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. One of the most important properties of this fruit is to help prevent and treat inflammation and urinary tract infections. Proanthocyanidins in cranberry plant prevent pathogenic bacteria from attaching to the tissue of the urinary tract wall. Research results show that cranberry is able to deal with stomach infection caused by Helicobacter pylori. Lower urinary tract infection is a very common disease. Every year, 20 to 30 percent of the female population suffer from this condition, and many have recurrent infections. Due to the high prevalence and high cost of diagnosis and treatment of this disease, it is one of the health and public health concerns in the society. Due to shorter urinary tracts in women and the possibility of bacteria entering the bladder, this disease is 50 times more common in women than in men. If this disease is not taken seriously and treated soon, it will cause acute kidney infections. The common symptoms of this disease are: pain and burning when urinating and frequent urination. The causative agent of this disease is Gram-negative bacteria, especially E.Coli, which spreads the infection by connecting to the urinary tract and bladder wall. Although the treatment of this disease, especially in acute conditions, is often done by antibiotics, but due to the risk of recurrence, the high cost of treatment and the complications of antibiotic use, such as increased resistance to antibiotics, fungal and gastrointestinal infections, especially Clostridium difficile (due to the elimination the body's beneficial bacteria), one should avoid taking antibiotics as much as possible, especially arbitrarily. One of the ways to deal with the high use of antibiotics in urinary tract infections is to prevent the recurrence or spread of the disease or to use complementary treatments such as products containing cranberries and nutrients that strengthen the immune system.


TitleCranberry Extract (Vaccinium Macrocarpon Fruit)


What are the benefits of using cranberry supplements?

Cranberries are best known for preventing urinary tract infections (UTIs), which are usually caused by bacteria known as Escherichia coli (E. coli). On the other hand, this substance has a high antioxidant property that helps to prevent all types of cancers.

Is cranberry supplementation suitable for everyone?

The use of this supplement is not recommended for people with a history of kidney stones. It is better to consult a doctor before use.

What is the method of taking cranberry capsules of Pararin Pars company?

The cranberry capsule of Pararin Pars company contains 500 mg of cranberry fruit extract in each capsule, which should be taken twice a day with a glass of water on a full stomach.

Do cranberry supplements have side effects?

Cranberry pills are fairly well tolerated, but a handful of people have reported stomach upset, abdominal pain, or increased urination after taking the pills.

Can people with diabetes use cranberry products?

In the case of diabetic patients, contraindications with cranberry have not been reported.

Why is cranberry consumption not recommended for people with a history of kidney stones?

In some sources, it is stated that the consumption of cranberry may cause an increase in oxalate in the urine and the possibility of oxalate stone formation will increase, so it is better to be used with caution in people with a history of kidney stones.

Who is forbidden to use cranberry?

If you are taking drugs metabolized by CYP2C9 enzyme, you should consult your doctor before using this supplement. Simultaneous use with anticoagulants, including warfarin, is not recommended. Contraindicated in people with kidney stones and cranberry allergy.