Chemical and nutrient content
Arbutin, chlorine, ellagic acid, ericolin, gallic acid, hydroquinolone, malic acid, methyl-arbutin, myricetin, volatile oils, quercetin, tannins, ursolic acid, ursone, and a substance similar to quercetin.
A bitter herb used for kidney and bladder infections and kidney stones, diabetes, and hemorrhoids.
Strengthens the heart muscle and helps disorders of the spleen, liver, pancreas, and small intestines. Used as a diuretic. Good for female disorders.