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The bilberry,  it contains folic acid, that is the vitamin B9, very important because it is not produced by the body but must be taken with food. Other beneficial properties are the tannins and anthocyanin glycosides, responsible for the typical dark color of the fruit, which strengthen the structure of the capillaries. Furthermore, anthocyanins are present in large quantities, which strengthen the connective tissue, support the blood vessels and improve their elasticity and tone.


Thanks to all these active ingredients, blueberries have anti-haemorrhagic properties, are very useful for fighting free radicals and are particularly beneficial for eyesight, especially in low light conditions. The substances contained in these small fruits, in fact, favor and increase the regeneration speed of the retinal purpura.


Furthermore, the bilberry is particularly suitable for fighting venous insufficiency, a slowing of blood flow that causes a pool of blood in the lower part of the legs. To prevent and combat this pathology, the blueberry is very useful above all because it contains a series of organic acids, sugars, tannins, pectin, mirtillin, anthocyanins, vitamins A, C and B. All these principles, in fact, are considered substances that protect and bring benefit to the capillary microcirculation, above all because they help to make capillaries and blood vessel walls resistant and elastic.


The blueberry  it is also useful in case of diarrhea, inflammation of the mouth and throat (in this case in the form of a decoction), water retention, hemorrhoids, dysmenorrhea, bladder and kidney problems.



The information shown is not medical advice and may not be accurate. The contents are for illustrative purposes only and do not replace the medical opinion:  read the warnings.

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