Has been shown to be beneficial in vascular and blood disorders and shows positive
effects when treating varicose veins, thrombosis, and angina. Bilberry contains flavonoids and
anthocyanidin, which serve to prevent capillary fragility, thin the blood, and stimulate the release of
vasodilators. Anthocyanidin, a natural antioxidant, also lowers blood pressure, reduces clotting and improves blood
supply to the nervous system.
Bilberry also contains glucoquinine that has the ability to lower blood sugar. Bilberry
flavonoids provide numerous benefits in diabetics.
They have been shown to increase intracellular vitamin C levels, decrease the leakiness and
breakage of small blood vessels, prevent bruising and have potent antioxidant effects, e.g. help prevent free
radical damage to the eyes. Anthocyanosides support and protect collagen structures in the blood vessels of the
eyes, assuring strong, healthy capillaries that carry vital nutrients to eye muscles and nerves.
Bilberry has long been a remedy for poor vision and "night blindness." Clinical tests confirm
that given orally it improves visual accuracy in healthy people, and can help those with eye diseases such as
cataracts, retinitis pigmentosa, glaucoma, and myopia.
May be beneficial in Diabetes, Diabetic retinopathy, Macular degeneration, Cataract,
Glaucoma, Varicose veins, Retinopathy, Atherosclerosis, Diarrhea, and Night blindness.
Bilberry is the common name for several
species of plants in the Vaccinium genus, especially V. myrtillus. They are low-growing shrubs that are
closely related to blueberries and are often mistaken for blueberries.
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