Bilberry, tincture - 4oz (118.3ml)
Common names: Whortleberry, Black Whortles, Whinberry, Trackleberry, Huckleberry, Hurts, Bleaberry, Hurtleberry, Airelle, Vaccinium Frondosum, Blueberries
Plant Description: Bilberry can be found in the mountainous regions of Europe. It is a small shrub with wiry branches and rarely grows more than 12 inches in height. The leaves are globe shaped with a waxy surface and the berries are blackish-blue. Berries can sometimes be hidden from view by the grayish bloom it yields when ripe. The fruit is about the size of a black currant and can be eaten raw, but has a slightly acidic taste. When cooked with sugar, it makes a very nice preserve.
Dosage: 20-40 drops in water or juice, 2-3 times daily or as needed. Shake well before using.
Cautions & Interactions: Keep out of reach of children.Efficacy Studies & Other Clinical Data:
- The Effects of Bilberry on Night Vision
- Thorne.com-The Effects of Bilberry on Night Visual Acuity
- Holistic Online
- Stephen Foster Group