◆ Extract of Blueberry is a natural substance sold in powder, juice, or supplement form. it is often touted as a rich source of antioxidants. Blueberries are a fruit that contain a lot of molecules called anthocyanins. These antioxidant compounds are often supplemented for their ability to improve cognition.
Specification of Blueberry extract 25.0% anthocyanins
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◆ Extract of blueberry can Protect and regenerate retinal purple (rhodopsin), and cure patients with eye diseases such as pigmentosa, retinitis, glaucoma, and myopia, etc.
◆ It can prevent the cardiovascular diseases.
◆ Quench free radical, antioxidant, and anti-aging.
◆ A treatment for Pharmaceutical stuff mild inflammation of the mucous membranes of mouth and throat.
◆ A treatment for diarrhea, enteritis, urethritis, cystitis and virosis rheum epidemic, with its antiphlogistic and bactericidal action.
◆ Extract of Blueberry can be supplemented through a blueberry extract, isolated anthocyanins, or frozen or fresh blueberries.
◆ The optimal dose of blueberry extract is 5.5-11g, the higher the upper limit of the dose, the more effective. The optimal range for supplementing anthocyanins is 500-1,000 mg. The optimal dosage can be converted into about 60-120 grams of fresh berries.
◆ Blueberries extract should be eaten or supplemented daily. They are best stored in cold environments, like a refrigerator. Blanching blueberries is known to increase anthocyanin bioavailability, but excessive heat treatment or exposure will degrade the anthocyanin content.
◆ Under recommended intakes, bilberry powder is safe. In some cases, it may even be recommended for use during pregnancy for prevention and treatment of varicose veins and hemorrhoids. All women, however, who are pregnant or breastfeeding should check with her personal physician before taking this, or any, dietary supplement.