1. Nebiroth

    Nebiroth Registered User

    Aug 20, 2006
    3,511
    AFAIk cranberry acts as a preventative, and will help you recover more quickly, but will not cure an infection already there.

    Of course it also contains lotsof other good things too. Bad for your teeth though, most juices are, as they are acidic and have quite a bit of natural fruit sugars which get released by the juicing process.
     
  2. glyn

    glyn Registered User

    Nov 23, 2006
    30
    Dont think mam will worry too much about her teeth as they sit on the bathroom shelf in the hospital and she wont even contemplate having them back in her mouth.:eek:

    As far as she is concerned she has her teeth in.

    Have to keep an eye on the sugar levels though.
     

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