Latin Name : Vaccinium Myrtillus
Bilberry, which is found throughout Europe, Northern Asia and Western North America, is harvested for its deliciously tart berries to make jams and pies. However, the fresh and dried bilberry fruit, as well as the dried leaf, have also been used in medicine for centuries.
In fact, studies suggest that the antimicrobial, antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties of bilberry may help to prevent a number of diseases, including atherosclerosis, diabetes, liver and kidney damage and cancer .
Health benefits of bilberry also include relief from digestive problems and ulcers.
Multi nutrient-rich bilberry is valuable in maintaining cardiovascular health, healthy and disease-free eyes, unobstructed blood flow and better functioning of overall body.