Bilberry Cures the blind !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Bilberry (Vaccinum myrtillus) also known as bogberry and whortleberry, has been used for
centuries for vascular problems and blood disorders but it's also great for treating night blindness.
This berry is very rich in an antioxidant called anthocyanin and also contains many flavonoids.
These strengthen the capillaries and thin the blood. Anthocyanin also improves blood flow to the
nervous system, reduces blood clotting and lowers blood pressure. If this weren't enough, it's
glucoquinine content is also able to lower blood sugar levels.
But what about night blindness? Yes, Bilberry is good for that too. It really does help you to see
better in the dark.
For centuries, herbalists have been giving Bilberry to their patients to reduce failing vision and
night blindness. Billberry's high antioxidant levels can actually prevent damage to the eyes by free
Besides anthocyanin, this berry also contains large amounts of vitamins A and C. Vitamins A and
C are also important for good vision because they help repair the cells in the eyes.
Billberries also protect collagen and capillaries in the eyes. Capillaries are needed to transport
nutrients to the nerves and muscles in the eye.
Anthocyanin helps the eyes adapt to different light levels and protects against the damaging
effects of bright sunlight.
Because of it's capillary strengthening effect, Billberry is helpful to people suffering from "wet
macular degeneration". Bleeding capillaries are what causes eye scarring and vision loss in
people with this condition.
Bilberry is also believed to help reduce the damaging effects of Glaucoma and Cataracts, though
more research is needed in these areas.
Used as a food source for centuries, Bilberries were eaten for their delicious taste. They were a
favorite of the American Indians who collected and saved them for winter.
So effective are Bilberries for seeing better in the dark, they were often eaten as a jam by World
War II pilots on nighttime bombing missions over Germany. Eating the Bilberry jam let them see
better in the dark skies and enabled them to hit their targets more often.
Modern science has finally confirmed what these pilots knew. Laboratory studies conducted on
this fruit proved that it could increase retinal purple very dramatically in only 15 to 20 minutes. This
is what gave the berries their effectiveness against night blindness.
These berries can be eaten raw, taken in tea or purchased as powder in capsules.
There are some precautions though. Don't take a Bilberry supplement if you have bleeding or
blood clotting disorders or take blood clot prevention medicine. Don't take if pregnant or nursing
without first talking to your doctor.
So if you're having trouble seeing in the dark, you may want to give Bilberry a try. It's helped
countless people throughout history and it's still helping people even today.

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