- Traditional favorite for ocular health
- Offers antioxidant protection to support health, including vision
- A cost effective, single-herb option
History has it that bilberry was first taken by British Royal Air Force pilots in WWII so they could see better on their nighttime bombing runs. Because it's been used for so long, it's no surprise that it's such a popular nutrient.
Standardized 36% Anthocyanosides.
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|Serving Per Container|
|Amount per Serving||%DV|
|Bilberry Fruit Extract||60mg|
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