“Free radicals are atoms or ions that are missing at least one electron from their outer shell,” Dr. Franklin St. John explains in Natural Awakenings. “When they enter your body, they steal electrons from your healthy cells and turn them into free radicals too. That process continues until the damage is so severe that health issues occur.
“With this in mind, I’d like to discuss anthocyanins, a group of antioxidants that is particularly effective in fighting free radicals. Anthocyanins are what make blueberries so beneficial to your health (and, incidentally, what give them their blue color). The level of anthocyanins in blueberries is very high, and scientific literature has confirmed their effectiveness in fighting free radicals.”
“Most people have heard that cranberries help keep the urinary tract healthy. Whenever my wife gets an inkling that she may have a urinary tract problem, she rushes to drink cranberry juice as well as cranberry concentrate. She swears that she can control the problem with cranberry products,” HerbaSway founder Dr. Franklin St. John writes in Natural Awakenings.
“That’s all well and good, but cranberries also have other properties that are beneficial to our health—including several types of antioxidants, which have been proven to fight free radicals.”
We’re often asked what makes FeVera so effective for viruses, bacterial infections, and even fungal infections. It’s rare to be able to get help in all three of these areas with one formula. But the key to FeVera being so effective in knocking out whatever you may be experiencing is the wonder herb Scute, or as it is also known as: Skullcap.