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Kidney Activator (100 caps)

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Did something slow your flow? Open the gates with Kidney Activator. This unique, holistic solution features juniper berries, parsley, uva ursi, and dandelion—time-honored herbs used traditionally to support the bladder and kidneys. Kidney Activator encourages proper water balance and supports bladder/kidney health. Our certified-vegan parsley leaf comes from Hungary, a country that has banned GMO crops--so naturally it is non-GMO verified. 


  • Supports the urinary system.
  • Encourages proper water balance in body tissues.
  • Soothing support for the kidneys and bladder.

How It Works:

This formula nutritionally supports the urinary system, specifically bladder and kidney health. Juniper berries promote proper kidney function and flow of digestive fluids. They also support the urinary system as it works to maintain proper fluid balance. Parsley supports digestion and kidney function. Uva ursi has been used for generations for kidney health. Dandelion root encourages normal kidney function and contains many minerals important to the urinary tract. Chamomile contains volatile oils to encourage cleansing action in the kidneys. It is very soothing to body tissues, especially the nervous system.


Juniper berries, parsley leaves, uva ursi leaves, dandelion root and chamomile flowers.

Recommended Use:

Take 2 capsules daily with a meal; ATC concentrated, take 1-2 capsules daily with a meal.

NOTE: Pregnant or lactating women should consult their health care professional prior to taking this supplement.

Olympic athletes in Ancient Greece used juniper berries as stimulants. Their Roman neighbors used juniper as a pepper-like spice on food.

Native to Tunisia, southern Italy and other Mediterranean regions, parsley is still widely used in cooking worldwide. Centuries of folk use teach us that parsley was employed for urinary and kidney support, detoxification and swelling.

Uva ursi is also called fox plum, bearberry or bear’s grape. And it was named kinnikinnick by the Algonquins who, along with some settlers, dried the leaves and mixed them with smoking tobacco. They also used the plant to make a yellow dye.

Dandelion has been part of Traditional Chinese Medicine for thousands of years. The entire plant is edible, and the roots have long been associated with digestion and hepatic health. It has also been studied for its potential support of the urinary and immune systems.

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