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Bilberry Blueberry Bioactive Plant Extracts More Nutrition For Vision Eye Health

Bilberry Blueberry Bioactive Plant Extracts More Nutrition For Vision Eye Health

    • Bilberry Blueberry Bioactive Plant Extracts More Nutrition For Vision Eye Health
    • Bilberry Blueberry Bioactive Plant Extracts More Nutrition For Vision Eye Health
    • Bilberry Blueberry Bioactive Plant Extracts More Nutrition For Vision Eye Health
  • Bilberry Blueberry Bioactive Plant Extracts More Nutrition For Vision Eye Health

    Product Details:

    Place of Origin: China
    Brand Name: Nutrifirst
    Certification: Kosher,Halal
    Model Number: Extract Powder

    Payment & Shipping Terms:

    Minimum Order Quantity: 25kg
    Price: USD30-150/kg
    Packaging Details: 25kg/fiber drum,Drum Size: 510mm high, 350mm diameter
    Delivery Time: Three Weeks
    Supply Ability: 5000kg per month
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    Detailed Product Description
    Color: Fine Red-purple Powder Latin Name: Vaccinium Myrtillus
    Specification: 5-25% Anthocyanidins UV,25% Anthocyanosides UV, Ratio 4:1,or As Your Request Application: Medicine, Food Additive, Dietary Supplement
    Package: 25kg/fiber Drum Shelf Life: Two Years
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    25% Anthocyanidins Bilberry Extract / Blueberry Extract for Vision & Eye Health

     

    Basic information:

    Product Name Bilberry Extract/Blueberry Extract
    Latin Name Vaccinium myrtillus
    Parts of Extraction Berry
    Color Fine red-purple powder
    Extract Solution Ethanol & Water
    Specification 5-25% Anthocyanidins UV,25% Anthocyanosides UV, Ratio 4:1,or as your request
    Application Medicine, food additive, dietary supplement
    Package 25kg/fiber drum( 40cmX50cm) or as your request
    Storage Store in cool and dry places, keep away from strong light.
    Shelf life 2 years when properly stored.

     

    What is bilberry extract?

    The bilberry bush is a relative of the blueberry and is native to many areas, including the Rocky Mountains and regions of Europe and Asia.

    Its berries and leaves have been used for medicinal purposes since the Middle Ages for a variety of conditions, including diarrhea, scurvy, infections, burns, and diabetes.

    Today, bilberry is used as a dietary supplement for cardiovascular conditions, diarrhea, urinary tract infections, eye problems, diabetes, and other conditions.

    Bilberry extract is sold in tablets, capsules, and drops, and the berries are sold dried and as a powder. The leaves are made into teas.

     

    Benefits:

    • Antioxidant
    • Night vision(eye)
    • Role in breast cancer prevention
    • Inflammation reduction
    • Macular degeneration benefit
    • Memory

    Traditional uses of Bilberry Extract Powder may include:

    • Possibly helps to alleviate diarrhea
    • May support and protect healthy vision
    • May support healthy blood sugar levels
    • May support a healthy inflammation response
    • Possibly has diuretic effects
    • May support healthy nervous and circulatory systems
    • May support healthy capillary function
    • May support a healthy urinary tract
    • Possibly has anti-ulcer properties

    Constituents of Bilberry Extract include:

    • Protein
    • Minerals: Boron, Bromine, Calcium, Copper, Chromium, Iron, Magnesium, Manganese, Niacin, Potassium, Phosphorus, Selenium, Thiamin, Zinc
    • Vitamins: Vitamin C, Inositol, Lutein, Riboflavin
    • Flavonoid Glycosides: Delphinidin, Cyanidin, Petunidin, Peonidin, Malvidin, Quercetin-3-Glucuronide, Hyperoside
    • Polyphenols: catechin, Epicatechin, Tannins
    • Flavonoids: Quercetin, Hyperoside, Quercitrin
    • Phenolic Acids: Caffeic, p-Hydroxybenzoic, Protocatechuic, Melilotic
    • Phytochemicals: Pectins, Iridoids, Anthocyanosides, Arbutin, Astragalin, Delphinidin, Delphinidin-3-Monoglucoside, Delphinid-5-Monoglycoside, Delphinidin-3-Rhamnoglycoside, Dihydroxycinnamic-Acid, Ferulic-Acid

    This product is 100% natural and minimally processed. Taste, smell, texture, and color may vary from batch to batch.

     

    Bilberry Vs. Blueberry

    Bilberries and blueberries are often confused in everyday life. Both have a dark bluish, smooth skin and are similar in size, the bilberry being slightly smaller. Bilberries have been popular in Europe for centuries, and blueberries were first widely grown in the U.S. in the 1920s. Both fruits deliver big nutritional benefits. According to a University of Michigan Cardiovascular Center study, their antioxidants may even portend dramatic benefits for serious health conditions.

    Bilberries

    The bilberry has historical uses since the 16th century based upon both the dried berries and leaves of this shrub. Modern interest stems in part from the fruit's use by British pilots in World War II, when pilots noticed night vision improvement after eating bilberry jam prior to night bombing raids. In the six-plus decades since, scientists have discovered that the bioflavonoids in bilberries are potent antioxidants. In Europe, where bilberry cultivation originated, bilberry extracts are a normal part of nutritional health care for the eyes.

    Blueberries

    Highbush blueberry and lowbush blueberry are the primary species of blueberries the U.S. food industry uses. Blueberries are one of the richest sources of antioxidant phytonutrients among fresh fruits and vegetables, according to the U.S. Highbush Blueberry Council.

    Visual Purple and Eye Health

    Blueberries and bilberries can vary widely in anthocyanin concentrations between different samples. Anthocyanins and anthocyanidins both relate to visual purple. The fact that berries' impact on visual purple impacted night vision acuity in pilots led to interest in more common vision problems such as macular degeneration and the impact of anythocyanins on eye conditions. Bilberries have four times the anthocyanidin content of blueberries. Bilberries provide support for night vision by nourishing the visual purple component of the retina. Bilberries and blueberries may also enhance capillary strength and help to normalize capillary permeability.

    Nutrient Benefits

    The antioxidant capacity of bilberries and blueberries is another area of potential of these fruits. Antioxidants scavenge various free radicals that damage cell health. "On a fresh weight basis, blueberries have the highest antioxidant capacity of all the fresh fruits and vegetables tested to date," the Blueberry Council notes. Analysis of the antioxidant capacity of anthocyanins and other flavonoids found them to have two to six times the amount of antioxidants of citrus fruits. Dr. Steven Bolling, a University of Michigan heart surgeon and head of the Cardiovascular Center study, says: "The benefits of eating fruits and vegetables has been well-researched, but our findings in regard to blueberries show the naturally occurring chemicals they contain, such as anthocyanins, show promise in mitigating health conditions."

    Bilberry Blueberry Bioactive Plant Extracts More Nutrition For Vision Eye Health

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