Other Names: Bearberry, Goatberry, Vaccinium myrtillus, Cranberry, Airelle
Botanical Information: It is a very branched, woody plant from the heather family, 20-50 centimeters tall. Blueberry is a small shrub with plump and fleshy berries ranging in color from red to purple. Its leaves and fruits are used.
Places where it is grown: It is found in large quantities in the mountains of the Black Sea region.
Collection – Storage: Fruits can be collected from July to September.
Known Composition: Its fruits contain organic acids, sugars, pectin, tannin and a dye called mirtillin, and vitamins A and C.
Eye fatigue, nearsightedness, cataract, black water (Glaucoma: Eye tension), vision disorders caused by diabetes (Diabetic retinopathy), night blindness, enhancing night vision, glare, strengthening the retina, preventing capillary cracks and preventing the progression of chicken black disease (retinitis pigmentosa). retarder
Constipation, nausea, stomach cramps, anti-ulcer
Lowering blood sugar, inflammation, stabilizing collagen
Reducing coagulation, preventing arteriosclerosis and antioxidant effect
Healing against varicose veins, hemorrhoids (hemorrhoids)
How to use: 1 tablespoon of dried fruit is boiled in 1.5 glasses of boiling water for 10 minutes, infused and filtered.