Uva Ursi Leaf has been utilized as a part of numerous homegrown prescription customs. The leaves are regularly prepared into a tea. Leaf originates from the evergreen ground-covering bush known by its Latin plant name of Arctostaphylos uva ursi. The basic names for Uva Ursi Leaf incorporate Bearberry since bears jump at the chance to eat the red berries, Kinnikinnick and wild cranberry. The Uva Ursi Leaf on the plant is dull green and feels thick to the touch, and the plant produces white or profound pink-hued minor chime molded blossoms that deliver organic product in the state of red berries. It flourishes in the cooler Northern parts of Britain, North America, Europe, and Asia.