● To help improve vision acuity and relieve eye fatigue
● Strong antioxidant activity,which is good for skin of beauty
● To help prevent against Diabetes and Diabetic Retinopathy
Basic Information of
【Name】 Bilberries extract
【Other name】 Vaccinium vitisidaea,Vaccinium vitis-idaea Linn.,Lingonberry,blaeberry,whortleberry,whinberry,myrtle blueberry,fraughan,cowberry blueberry,huckleberry etc.
【Source】 Fruit of bilberry
【Appearance】purple red powder to brown yellow powder
● Name: Bilberries extract
● Other name：accinium vitisidaea
● Source：Fruit of bilberry
● Latin name：Vaccinium Myrtillus
● Ingredient： Anthocyanidins
● Specfication ： 5%25%36%
● Test methods：HPLC/UV
● CAS No.：13306-05-3
● Molecular Formula：C15H11O6
● Molecular Weight： 287.2437
Bilberries extract Anthocyanin
Anthocyanidins 5%,7%,13% 15%,20%,25% ( by UV)
The raw material→ethanol extraction→concentration →extractum → solvent extraction → extract liquor → condensed extract → spray drying→ crushing, mixing, packaging→ product
purple red powder to brown yellow powder
Soluble in water
1,Bilberries contain diverse anthocyanins, including delphinidin and cyanidin glycosides. Bilberries have been used in a variety of folklore and traditional medicine
Double plastic bags in aluminum foil bag or fiber can (25kg/can)
low temperature (no more than 20℃)，dry
What is Bilberry?
Bilberries are any of several primarily Eurasian species of low-growing shrubs in the genus Vaccinium (family Ericaceae), bearing edible, nearly black berries. The species most often referred to is Vaccinium myrtillus L., but there are several other closely related species. Bilberries are distinct from blueberries but closely related to them.
Bilberries are found in acidic, nutrient-poor soils throughout the temperate and subarctic regions of the world. They are closely related to North American wild and cultivated blueberries and huckleberries in the genus Vaccinium. One characteristic of bilberries is that they produce single or paired berries on the bush instead of clusters, as the blueberry does. Blueberries have more evergreen leaves.
Why do we suggest you to select OHI 's Bilberry Extract:
A.) OHI’s Bilberry Extract is 100% extracted from natural Bilberry very safe and more bioactive.
B.) OHI offer Bilberry Extract at a very lower price with a very high and uniform quality.
C.) More important --- we have a very large output to meet our customers’ big and continual orders.
What is Anthocyanins?
Anthocyanins (also anthocyans; from Greek: ἀνθός (anthos) = flower + κυανός (kyanos) = blue) are water-soluble vacuolar pigments that may appear red, purple, or blue depending on the pH. They belong to a parent class of molecules called flavonoids synthesized via the phenylpropanoid pathway; they are odorless and nearly flavorless, contributing to taste as a moderately astringent sensation. Anthocyanins occur in all tissues of higher plants, including leaves, stems, roots, flowers, and fruits. Anthoxanthins are clear, white to yellow counterparts of anthocyanins occurring in plants. Anthocyanins are derived from anthocyanidins by adding sugars.
In flowers, bright-reds and -purples are adaptive for attracting pollinators. In fruits, the colorful skins also attract the attention of animals, which may eat the fruits and disperse the seeds. In photosynthetic tissues (such as leaves and sometimes stems), anthocyanins have been shown to act as a "sunscreen", protecting cells from high-light damage by absorbing blue-green and ultraviolet light, thereby protecting the tissues from photoinhibition, or high-light stress. This has been shown to occur in red juvenile leaves, autumn leaves, and broad-leaf evergreen leaves that turn red during the winter. The red coloration of leaves has been proposed to possibly camouflage leaves from herbivores blind to red wavelengths, or signal unpalatability, since anthocyanin synthesis often coincides with synthesis of unpalatable phenolic compounds.
In addition to their role as light-attenuators, anthocyanins also may be antioxidants. However, it is not clear whether anthocyanins can significantly contribute to scavenging of free radicals produced through metabolic processes in leaves, since they are located in the vacuole and, thus, spatially separated from metabolic reactive oxygen species. Some studies have shown hydrogen peroxide produced in other organelles can be neutralized by vacuolar anthocyanin.
● DRUG USE: Bilberry fruit was used to treat diarrhea, scurvy, and other conditions. It's very effective in treating diarrhea, menstrual cramps, eye problems, varicose veins,
venous insufficiency (a condition in which the veins do not efficiently return blood from the legs to the heart), and other circulatory problems including diabetes.
● FOOD ADDITIVES:With so many healthy functions, bilberry extract is also added to food to strengthen the flavor of food and benefit human health at the same time.
● COSMETICS: Helpful to improve skin situation. It's effective in fading out freckle, wrinkle and making skin smooth.