Blueberry, leaf / Vaccinium myrtillus, folium

2 oz / 50 grams

£11.00

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Blueberries (Latin: Vaccinium myrtillus) contain vitamins C, B1, B2, PP (especially high amounts of A and B), carotene, anthocyanins, tannins, organic acids, glucose, fructose and sucrose, carbohydrates, copper, potassium, magnesium and phosphorus. . In addition, these berries contain iron, which our body absorbs better than that found in food supplements. Blueberries regulate the activity of the gastrointestinal tract, stimulate metabolism, have astringent, stimulate the excretion of urine, reduce pain and blood pressure, have anti-inflammatory and anti-bleeding effects.

It also treats anemia, gout and rheumatism, gallstones, kidney and bladder stones (contributes to the removal of salts from the body), inflammation of the stomach and intestines, diabetes (lowers blood sugar), regulates cholesterol. Blueberry froots or leaf tea or juice helps in the presence of stomatitis, tonsillitis, upper respiratory catarrh, strengthens immunity. The main property of blueberry is the antioxidant anthocyanins, which slow down the body’s aging. Researchers have confirmed that bruises are a powerful weapon against aging, helping the brain stay young longer. It turns out that bruises can increase the amount of dopamine in the brain – a combination that regulates the most important brain processes, is responsible for the regeneration of all cells in the body.

According to the latest research, frequent consumption of blueberry helps to prevent Alzheimer’s disease, memory disorders. It is useful to include these berries in your diet for anyone whose work involves mental activity. Another very important feature – bruising helps prevent cancer. Because antioxidants bind to free radicals and thus prevent the formation of tumors that act at the cellular level. Blueberry improve visual acuity and retinal blood flow, help prevent many eye diseases, expand the field of vision and reduce eye fatigue. Therefore, these berries are especially recommended when vision is impaired, when the eyes are often tired, with age-related farsightedness, retinal dystrophies or cataracts.
Due to the oxalic acid content, these berries should be used with caution in patients with pancreatitis and urolithiasis of the duodenum. Blueberry leaf infusion increases stomach acidity. Larger amounts of blueberries can cause constipation.

Blueberry leaves (harvested during flowering) are also valuable, as are the berries, which have tonic, antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties. The beneficial properties of blueberries have been recognized by both scientists and traditional medicine.

Blueberry, leaf, Vaccinium myrtillus, folium

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Active ingredients

Bilberry leaves contain tannins, flavonoids, essential oils, sugar, saponins, hydroquinone, resins, mucus, glycosides, ascorbic acid, asbutin, amber, citric, benzoic, tartaric, acetic, acidic, malic, and phosphoric acids. In addition, bilberry leaves contain minerals: iron, potassium, magnesium, calcium and manganese.

Healing properties

Bilberry leaves are used not only in folk but also in modern medicine.
The healing properties of bilberry leaves were known in ancient times. Bilberry leaves lower blood sugar, strengthen the immune system, heal kidney as well as inflammatory and skin diseases and wounds. In addition, bilberry leaves stimulate the production of red blood cells, relieve pain, relieve expectoration, have antiseptic properties.
• Blueberry leaves are effective in lowering blood sugar because they contain the glycoside myrtilin, which has a similar effect to insulin. Blueberry leaves are especially useful for people with primary diabetes.
• Blueberry leaves are effective in the treatment of early-stage haemorrhoids. Enemas with blueberry leaf infusion are effective in treating this disease.
• Bilberry leaf preparations are recommended for the treatment of inflammatory throat diseases.
• Bilberry leaves help to treat diarrhoea. The healing properties of bilberry leaves are determined by the tannins found in them. In addition, during treatment with bilberry leaves normalizes the useful intestinal microflora that suffers from diarrhoea.

• Bilberry leaves can treat many skin conditions as they soothe, reduce itching, heal wounds and whiten redness.
• Shallow or moderately deep skin wounds can be disinfected with bilberry leaves. In addition, bilberry leaves promote the regeneration of damaged skin.
• Bilberry leaf preparations can be used to treat kidney and gallstones. These preparations dissolve stones in the kidneys and gallbladder and then remove the sand from the body.
• Blueberry leaves improve metabolism in the human body, thus help to reduce overweight.
• Bilberry leaves lower blood sugar, strengthen the immune system, heal kidney as well as inflammatory and skin diseases and wounds. In addition, bilberry leaves stimulate the production of red blood cells, relieve pain, relieve expectoration, have antiseptic properties.

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