Powder from purple to black-purple color with a characteristic odor and taste.
The medicinal and nutritional properties of blueberries have been very well known since ancient times in Europe and Russia. Its berries are black in color with a bluish bloom, which is why they were nicknamed "crow berry" in the old days. In folk medicine, blueberries have long been very popular as an effective means of improving the quality of vision. Harvest berries, leaves and shoots with leaves.
Blueberries contain up to 12% of condensed tannins (gallocatechin, epicatechin, epigallocatechin (up to 12%). The fruits contain more than 14 anthocyanins and their derivatives (from 300 to 700 mg%): 3-O-arabinosides, 3-O-glucosides , 3-O-galactosides, cyanidin, delphinidin, petunidin, peonidin, malvidin, idanine, myrtillin, peonidin.Other flavonoids (rutin, hyperin, hyperoside, quercetin, avicularin, quercitrin, isoquercitrin, sahara, kaempferol, etc.) glucose, fructose, sucrose) (5-20%); organic acids (citric, oxalic, malic, succinic, quinic, lactic (5-7%), vitamins: ascorbic acid (up to 6 mg%), B2 (up to 0, 04 mg%), carotene (up to 1.6 mg%), carotenoids (lutein, zeaxanthin), phenols and their derivatives (hydroquinone, asperuloside, monotrepioside), phenol carboxylic acids (caffeic, chlorogenic, gallic, cinnamic, ferulic, etc.) , steroids (β-sitosterol, campesterol, etc.), iridoids (monotropeoside, asperuloside), fatty acids, pectin substances, macro and microelements elements (accumulates manganese, copper, chromium, iron).
As an astringent for various gastrointestinal diseases, which is mainly due to the high content of tannins in berries.
Anthocyanosides promote the regeneration of the retinal light-sensitive pigment - rhodopsin and, thus, improve the sensitivity of the retina to various levels of light radiation and enhance visual acuity in low light, improve blood flow in small vessels.
Acute and chronic diseases of the gastrointestinal tract: gastritis, enterocolitis, accompanied by diarrhea.
Moderate and high myopia, acquired hemeralopia, diabetic retinopathy, impaired adaptation of vision to darkness in both night and twilight vision, muscular asthenopia, central atherosclerotic chorioretinal degeneration of the retina of the Kunt-Junius type, tapetoretinal abiotrophy of the retina (retinal pigment).
- hypersensitivity to blueberries.
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The average production and delivery time for custom-made goods is 35–40 days.
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