SagaPro® Bladder Health*
Bladder Support for Men and Women*
Supports Healthy Bladder Strength and Function*
- SKU 40813 | 30 Capsules
- SKU 40816 | 60 Capsules
SagaPro is a proprietary, aqueous extract of Angelica archangelica leaves, sustainably harvested from wild plants grown in the pure air and soil of Iceland. SagaPro is ideal for men and women looking to support bladder strength and urinary tract function.*
Unlike Saw Palmetto, SagaPro is for more than just prostate health. It contains key compounds that support the smooth muscle tissue of the bladder.*
SagaPro is ideal support for healthy bladder strength in both women and men.*
SagaPro is clinically studied—participants in a recent clinical trial experienced support for healthy bladder function.*†
(Angelica archangelica) Leaf Extract (aqueous extraction)
**Daily Value Not Established.
If pregnant or nursing, consult a healthcare practitioner before use.
SagaPro® Angelica is grown and harvested in Iceland.
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, this Angelica (Angelica archangelica) grows in Iceland and has been safely used and enjoyed for centuries. It is not the same as Chinese angelica (Angelica sinensis), also known as dong quai.
The fruits, leaves, and roots of the plant have been used in folk medicine, and it was cultivated in the Nordic countries during the Middle Ages. Vikings even used this herb as a form of currency. In fact, banning the theft of angelica was actually written into some of the earliest law books in Iceland about 1,000 years ago! These days, angelica tea from the leaves and cereal from the seeds are popular foods in Iceland, and the leaves from this plant are used to make SagaPro.
Unlike saw palmetto extracts, which are intended to support healthy PSA levels and prostate function, and are recommended only for men, SagaPro supports bladder strength. Because it is a bladder supporting supplement, SagaPro also differs from saw palmetto extract in that it is recommended for men and women.*
While angelica is a highly-valued herb, it grows all over Iceland, and is by no means an endangered plant. In fact, its proliferation is even considered too intense in some areas. In certain places, harvesting can benefit local authorities that would otherwise have to eradicate the plant in a costly way. Additionally, the manufacturer works with local people who know their region well. That type of knowledge helps in choosing the best spots, and since local experts can follow the development of angelica fields over many years, they provide information which ensures that the angelica fields aren’t overused.