Bilberry Fruit a.k.a Huckleberry Fruit

Bilberry Fruit



Botanical name: Vaccinium myrtillus

Origin: Bulgaria/Albania

Therapeutic actions: Anti-spasmodic; Antiseptic; Antioxidant; Astringent; Diuretic; Kidney; Sedative; Tonic.

Nutrients: Calcium, inositol, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, potassium, selenium, silicon, sulfur, zinc, and vitamins B1, B2, B3 and C.

Drug interactions: Does interact with anticoagulant/antiplatelet and antidiabetic drugs.

Description: Bilberry is a powerful antioxidant that strengthens veins and arteries. It has been helpful with many different diseases of the eyes as well as being nourishing to the pancreas and lungs.

Internal uses: Bilberry is widely used as a possible preventive treatment for complications
of diabetes because of its ability to balance the blood sugars. It has been helpful in vascular
retinal disturbances, cataracts, myopia and all forms of eye strain. Research, done mostly in Italy, has also uncovered Bilberry’s potential for treating retinal problems from poor blood circulation, diabetes-caused glaucoma and day blindness. It has also been helpful for varicose veins. It has also shown to be antispasmodic and sedative to the central nervous system. Bilberry also improves night vision, strengthens capillaries and reduces blood clotting. Other benefits: stimulation of peripheral circulation, inhibition of platelet aggregation (possible use in the prevention of thrombosis), control and prevention of retinal hemorrhaging during long-term anti-coagulant therapy; for brain circulation disorders, kidney hematuria, bleeding gums and macular degeneration. It is best to use fruit with small amount of leaf. It has also been used for urinary tract infections, kidney stones and atherosclerosis.

Suggested dosage: 240—600 mg daily. Tincture: 1—2 ml 2 times daily. Fruit: 20—60 grams daily.



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