Bilberry is a plant with bright green leaves and bell-shaped flowers that grows wild and found in North America, Europe and northern Asia. The dried, ripe fruit and leaves are used to make medicine. Natural Bilberry is traditionally used for improving night vision. Bilbery is a relative of Blueberry, and its fruit is most commonly used to make jams and pies. It is a very good health supplement and for centuries it has been used to treat diarrhea, scurvy and other conditions. Today, it is used as a traditional remedy for eye problems, menstrual cramps, diarrhea, venous insufficiency, circulatory problems and varicose veins.
Natural Remedies For Improving Night Vision – Bilberry – Wild-Harvested
Natural Bilberry contains natural substances called anthocyanins, powerful antioxidants that help to protect us from damaging free-radicals. Anthocyanin (or anthocyanosides) is effective in strengthening the blood vessels. Anthocyanin may also prevent the blood platelets from sticking together and thus decrease the chance of blood clots. Anthocyanins help in the increased production of rhodopsin, the pigment in the retina of the eye which is responsible for adaption of light changes and thus provides help in improving night vision. The leaves help in controlling blood sugar.
Natural Bilbery is a very effective natural supplement for various health problems. The uses of this natural supplement includes eye health support, strengthening of blood vessels, powerful antioxidant protection, support for healthy blood sugar balance and help in improving the night vision.
Bilberry – Wild-Harvested is a natural, ethically harvested product. Every batch undergoes a testing process which ensures highest quality and consistent potency. This natural supplement manufacturing process is a NSF cGMP-Certified, which ensures consumers the highest standards of manufacturing. The product is guaranteed by a 90-day, money-back guarantee policy also. Bilberry – Wild-Harvested is considered to be one of the best natural Bilberry supplement available.
Originally posted 2012-12-19 04:02:12.