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The fruits of the small perennial shrub, the bilberry, are very similar to
the blueberry bush of North America. Commonly referred to as the
"European blueberry", the bilberry has been used since
prehistoric times for a wide variety of health complaints. Studies on
animals and in vitro provide evidence for anti-bacterial,
anti-ulcer, and anti-spasmodic properties, among several therapeutic
actions tested and confirmed. Human trials, although more limited, suggest
that bilberry may improve night vision, cataracts, and other eye-related
disorders in test subjects. Further controlled testing is required, but
results so far are very promising.
Take 20-30 drops of extract in a small amount of warm water 3-4 times daily as needed.
Not to be used during pregnancy and lactation. Do not exceed recommended dose.
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