These potent antioxidants are capable of crossing the blood-brain barrier to neutralize free radicals in brain and other nerve tissue including the eyes. Bilberry helps improve night vision.
Potent anti-oxidant source.
- Is a natural antioxidant for eye nutrition.
- May support night vision.
How It Works:
Bilberry is also known in some parts of the U.S. as huckleberry. During World War II, British pilots ate bilberries before their night flights to nutritionally support their vision. Bilberry’s active constituents include anthocyanins, which are strong antioxidants that offer benefits to capillaries.
200 mg calcium, 160 mg phosphorus and bilberry fruit extract.
Take 2 tablets with a meal three times
This concentrated bilberry leaf formulation contains at least 25 % anthocyanidins
in a concentrated, dried tablet form.
These potent antioxidants are capable of crossing the blood-brain barrier to
neutralize free radicals in brain and other nerve tissue including the eyes.
Bilberry helps improve night vision. It was used by British pilots during World
War II to improve their vision for night flights. Other benefits for the eyes
include reduced eye irritation from smog, light sensitivity and help for macular
degeneration. Although vision will often improve during the first two weeks,
continued use over time is needed for the greatest benefit.
The anthrocyanosides in bilberry also strengthen blood vessels and capillaries
to help with easy bruising, varicose veins. Another important use is to help
diabetics regulate blood sugar.
Recommended for use during pregnancy.
Also called blueberry, huckleberry.
Take two tablets with a meal three times daily.
Serving Size 2 Tablets
Servings per container: 30
Amount Per 2 Tablets
|Calcium (di-calcium phosphate)||
|Phosphorus (di-calcium phosphate)||
|Bilberry Fruit Concentrate (Vaccinium myrtillus)
standardized to 25% anthocyanidins
*Daily Value not established
Cellulose (plant fiber), stearic acid (vegetable), magnesium stearate (vegetable),
and silicon dioxide (powdered silica).