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Bright Vision Finland Bilberry Powder PLUS Calendula , Sesamin

Bright Vision Finland Bilberry Powder PLUS Calendula , Sesamin

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NT$549
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➤ Four natural elements gather to offer all-round protection

[1] Bilberry: high anthocyanidin content.

Handpicked wild grown bilberries, rich in anthocyanidins, the bounty of abundant sunlight in Finland.

Rich anthocyanidin content, adding up to tens of times greater than in cultivated blueberries.

Let’s take a real glance at the excellent views of pilots!


[2] Calendula Extract (rich in lutein): 20 mg per packet

Despite being one of the indispensable nutrients, lutein is non-self-producible and must be taken from daily meals in vegetables such as spinach, broccoli, and pumpkin. 

As a deficient intake of lutein commonly occurs in modern diets, it is also recommended to take adequate amount of lutein from nutrient supplements. 


[3] Sesamin

Every sesame seed contains only less than 1% of the rare ingredient, sesamin.

For nutritional supplementation and heath maintenance.


[4] Antrodia cinnamomea

Rich in triterpenoids, antrodia cinnamomea is the best ingredient for physical nourishment and health improvement. 

Adopting the patent KBA petri-dish culture technology to produce top-quality, affordable antrodia cinnamomea.


➤ Finland Bilberry
Ranked top in water quality and third in air quality while holding a forest cover area up to 75% and a total of 188,000 lakes within borders, Finland is often known as “the land of a thousand islands” as well as “the land of thousand lakes.” 

With one fourth of its territory situated above the Arctic Circle, Finland enjoys prolonged daylight hours and receives the blessing of sunshine wide across its territory.
Among the myriad types of fruit native to Finland, bilberries are one of the most sought-after ones. 

Owing to the fact that bilberries grow exclusively in unpolluted, pristine, high-altitude alpine forests, while other common blueberries are growable in cultivated land or by protected cultivation, bilberries stand out to be the sole blueberry variety which remains non-cultivatable, hence its exceptional rarity among all varieties.

Summertime in Finland: In the south, daylight adds up to a total of 19 hours. In the northern regions lying above the Arctic Circle, the midnight sun lasts even more than 2 months. Studies show that abundant sunlight simulates the composition of anthocyanidins. Therefore, Finland bilberries are rich in anthocyanidins and flavonoids, both of which are tens of times more than those found in cultivated blueberries. Moreover, bilberries contain Vitamin C and Vitamin E and are a good source of fibers.

With a thick texture and rich nutrient content, bilberries have joined the ranks of so-called “superfoods.” During World War II, British and French air forces manufactured bilberries into specialized jam food, so as to increase airdrop accuracy. This is how bilberries earned its nickname of “the pilot’s breakfast.”

➤ Q&A


(1)What are the differences between bilberries and commoncultivated blueberries?

Bilberry: Smallerfruits, dark blue flesh, with anthocyanidin content ten times greater thancultivated berries.

Blueberry: Largerfruits, white flesh, lower anthocyanidin content.

Differences between Northern Europeanbilberries and cultivated blueberries

Bilberries contain anthocyanidins ten times greater than othercultivated blueberries.




(2) Why do Finland wild bilberries contain anthocyanidins multiple times greater than other cultivated blueberries do?

During midsummer in the south of Finland, daylight adds up to a total of 19 hours. In the northern regions lying above the Arctic Circle, the midnight sun lasts even more than 2 months. Studies show that abundant sunlight simulates the composition of anthocyanidins. 

Therefore, Finland bilberries are rich in anthocyanidins and flavonoids, both of which are tens of times more than those found in cultivated blueberries.

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