Bilberry Phytosyrup: is used to support visual apparatus functioning and improve sight; it is an additional source of natural vitamins for overall health improvement.
Bilberry Phytosyrup: Bilberry berries and springs, excipients.
Bilberry contains organic acids (citric, lactic, oxalic, quinic, malic and succinic ones), microelements (including manganese, selenium, chromium, and zinc), vitamins (vit. E, vitamin B complex, vit. C and PP, carotene complex), bioflavonoids (including quercetin, isoquercetin, rutin), anthocyans, tannins, carbohydrates, amino-acids (cysteine, glutamine, glycine), triterpenoids, phenols, polyphenols, catechins and essential oils.
Modern medicine utilizes only one healing property of bilberry, viz. its positive effect on the organ of sight.
Bilberry consumption improves blood supply of the retina, thus accelerating retinal tissue regeneration, improvement of mesopic vision, extending field of vision and reducing eye fatigue. Anthocyanins (flavonoids) in bilberry provide positive effect on the retina, preventing wear of this highly sensitive tissue, and stimulate production of rhodopsin, a photolabile pigment of the retina, increasing its sensitivity to changes in light intensity.
Under the influence of anthocyanins blood vessels walls are strengthened, their elasticity, as well as cell membranes flexibility are improved, inflammatory process development and clot formation are prevented, metabolism at the tissue level is activated, blood supply to the organ of sight is improved, glaucoma development risk is decreased.
Adults take 1-3 teaspoons (or measuring spoons) 30 minutes before meals; children in the age over 12 take 1 teaspoon twice a day 30 minutes before meals. Term of use – 25 days.
Children under 12, pregnancy and lactation, individual sensitivity to certain components.
Proteins – 0 g, carbohydrates – 62 g, fats – 0 g.
200 ml bottle