DC 13

DC13 (Goldenrod Combo). This traditional herbal formula supports healthy bladder mucosa during infections or inflammation.


Extracts of Dandelion, Juniper, Golden Rod, Marshmallow, Echinacea, Hydrangea, Horsetail and Yarrow in water, vegetable glycerine and grain alcohol base.

Organically grown or wildcrafted herbs.


This traditional herbal formula supports healthy bladder mucosa, reduces local inflammation, fights bacteria and increases urine flow.

Dandelion exerts positive effects on the liver as well as on the kidneys.  Often used as a diuretic, it helps support kidney function. 

Juniper improves kidney function and urine flow, while also having anti microbial properties. 

Goldenrod is a plant that is recognized for its effects on the urinary system. It promotes urine flow and reduces inflammation. The German Commission E has officially recognized its benefits.

While echinachea is well documented for helping to support the immune system and is recognized for its benefits by the Commission E and WHO, it is also known for its ability to promote mucosa and skin repair. It plays a key role in maintaining the urinary system mucosae.

The last of these primary herbs is hydrangea, a calming herb prevents urinary stones.

The effects of these primary herbs are enhanced by the addition of marshmallow root (soothes irritated mucosa), horsetail (a urinary anti-infective herb that reduces stones and tones the walls of the bladder and urethra, and yarrow (anti-inflammatory).

The combined use of these herbs helps fight bacteria, reduces inflammation, soothes the mucosa and promotes their repair.



Interstitial cystitis.

Recurring urinary tract infections.

Rash (urticaria)

Dermatitis (eczema, psoriasis)

Warning / Notes

Does not replace the need for appropriate medical care.

Let steep in hot water to remove the alcohol.

Not to be used when pregnant or breastfeeding, or in the event of chronic kidney disease.

Not to be used by individuals suffering from an auto-immune disease.

May be taken with DC 14 in order to increase its infection-fighting effects.

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