Bilberry Extract


Blueberry Extract /Chinese bilberry Extract
Binomial name: Vaccinium Uliginosum L.

(1)Anthocyanidins 1- 25% By UV
(2) Anthocyanin (Anthocyanosides )-1-36% By HPLC
(3) Pterostilbene 1-30% By HPLC
(4)Fruit Powder
(5) Ratio Extract(4: 1-100: 1)

1. Sources
Blueberry (Vaccinium Uliginosum L. ) is a species of Vaccinium, which is a genus or dwarf shrub in the plant family Ericaceae that inhabits the North of Daxinganling(Heilongjiang, NeiMengGu Province), Changbai Mountain(Jilin Province).
Commonly called “bog bilberry”, “bog blueberry”, “bog whortleberry”, “bog huckleberry”, northern bilberry, or Chinese bilberry.
As a deep purple fruit, blueberry (Vaccinium Uliginosum L. ) is known to contain organic acids, vitamins, glycosides, and anthocyanins, and it has been reported to have powerful antioxidant activity.

2. Descriptions and Specifications of Blueberry
Cyanidin 3-O–glucoside
Molecular Formula: C21H21O11
Molecular Weight: 449.38
CAS No.: 7084-24-4

Standard Chromatogram of Blueberry Extract

3. Indications and Uses
Blueberry (Vaccinium Uliginosum ) is recognized as a good source of flavonoids, some of which have antioxidant activity shown in laboratory studies.
Flavonoids have been recognized to have antioxidant, antibacterial, and antiviral ability and to possess
antiinflammatory, antiangiogenic, analgesic, hepatoprotective, cytostatic, apoptotic, estrogenic, or
antiestrogenic properties, as well as antiallergic effects.
Blueberry (Vaccinium Uliginosum ) can relieve the injury to rabbit retinae exposed to normal day and night rhythm, alleviate the harm caused by light when used beforehand, and repair the light damage to the retina.

4. Safety Concerns
Under recommended intakes, Blueberry extract is safe. In some cases, it may even be recommended for use during pregnancy for the prevention and treatment of varicose veins and hemorrhoids. ALL women, however, who are pregnant or breastfeeding should check with their physician before taking this, or any, dietary supplement.

5. Dosage Information
You can get all the anthocyanins you need by eating ½ to 1 cup of fresh bilberry or blueberry with your breakfast. Standardized extracts are often more convenient, where doses should approximate 100 – 500 mg per day (25% Anthocyanosides) in 2 to 3 divided doses.

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