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Organic Bilberry 7500mg

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A naturally rich source of Anthocyanidins, in an organic spirulina base.

About this product

Bilberries are native to Europe, where their fruits are eaten fresh or made into jams, fools, juices or pies.  In France and Italy they are a popular base for liqueur and sorbets.

It was, however, tales of RAF pilots consuming Bilberry jam during World War II which led to the interest in Bilberry as a food supplement.

Natures Aid Organic Bilberry capsules provide a 75mg organic bilberry extract, in an organic spirulina base.  Each capsule is standardised to provide 18.75mg anthocyanidins and supply bilberry extract which is equivalent to 7500mg dried organic bilberry.

Pure fill capsule, with no fillers or binders.

More Information
Categories Circulation & Blood, Eye Health, Organic Products, Superfood Capsules & Powders and New Products
Status Vegetable capsule
Form & Pack Size Size 1 vegetable capsule
Pack size: 60
Dosage Instructions Take 1-2 Capsules per day with food. Do not exceed suggested intake.
Age Restriction Suitable for all ages, but it is advised to reduce dosage according to age and weight.
Packaging 120ml green PET bottle
EFSA approved claims None

Per capsule:

Bilberry (Vaccinium myrtillus) Berry Extract 75mg
Equivalent to dried berry 7500mg
Standardised to provide 18.75mg anthocyanosides
Organic Spirulina 190mg

Organic Spirulina, Organic Bilberry Extract, Vegetable capsule shell (Hydroxypropylmethylcellulose)*

*Non-organic material

Suitable for vegetarians and vegans. No artificial colours or flavours.

FREE FROM: GM, dairy, lactose, gluten, yeast, nuts, salt, starch and sugar.

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