Blueberries have had an established role in folk medicine as far back as the 16th century. They were traditionally consumed in aid of a healthy bladder and eyes, as well as solid stools.
Anthocyanins have properties which protect the cells. Tea made from blueberry leaves is popular among diabetics. The pigments, located under the skin of the fruit, provide the intense blue colour and are of particular importance.
For good eyesight at night. Researchers at the University of Würzburg have discovered that blueberries can be beneficial for the digestive tract.
The anthocyanins can be important for the enzyme lipoxygenase, which takes part in the body's inflammation responses.
A new study has shown that blueberry can play a role in ensuring body fat is not stored. Blueberry extract with anthocyanins: Superberries for the eyes and microcirculation. Rich in bioactive anthocyanins