€13.99 – €32.99
These Blueberry Complex capsules gather all health benefits of blueberries, blackcurrants, acai berries, aronia berries, grape seeds, astaxanthin and raw hemp powder. Together, they offer a natural source of antioxidants, vitamin C and other astonishing ingredients.
It’s said that some of the berries improve your vision and the collagen synthesis and that they would help to heal wounds. Vitamin C protects the skin from external damage and promotes and strengthens the immune system. Antioxidants are nature ́s answer to protect your DNA and combat oxidative stress of your cells. Vitamin C can also help you with age-related issues and aims for a better cognitive functions and memory in older age.
Our Wild berries Complex capsules contain a balanced mixed of mainly blueberries and blackcurrant, and a few other equally potent berries.
All of the berries used are high in antioxidants, which is crucial for combating oxidative stress on the cellular level. The majority of the berries also contain the chemical compounds known as proanthocyanidins (also known as anthocyanin), which is simply put a plant pigment, and what gives the berries their red, blue, or purple colour. It’s thought to reduce the risk of many ailments, as well as age-related issues.
By combining these ingredients, the Wild berries Complex capsules aim to not only be highly effective in making sure that you have healthy DNA functions, but also to help improve your vision. Unlike most other supplements, the Wild berries Complex capsules do not contain an extract, but is instead a mixture of full spectrum ingredients that achieve a compound effect of all the constituents of your body. It is one of the reasons why the Wild berries Complex capsules are so effective at what it does.
Blueberry is considered one of the top superfoods, with it being packed with all kinds of vitamins and minerals, too many to name. Just to pick a few, it contains vitamin C, that collagen highly relies on to keep your skin smooth and soft, and prevents it from taking damage from exposure to sun and pollution. It also contains iron, magnesium, calcium, zinc, and vitamin K, all of which contributes to building and maintaining strong bones and joints. It has vitamin B6 and folate, that prevents damage to blood vessels, which in turn could lead to heart problems. Folate also plays a role in DNA synthesis and repair, which is an important factor in the aging process, as DNA damage is one of the main reasons that we grow older.
Blackcurrant was once called “the forbidden fruit” in the United States, as it was believed that the small, dark berries helped spread fungi that killed pine trees. Meanwhile in Europe and Asia, blackcurrant has been consumed in many forms due to its impressive arsenal of vitamins and antioxidants. The most noticeable of those is vitamin C, which boosts many functions in the body, from skin care to the immune system. The blackcurrant seeds also contain an omega-6 fatty acid called gamma-linolenic acid (GLA), that when combined with another linolenic acid found in vitamin C, can help improve certain eye functions, such as blood flow to the eyes, nightvision, dryness, and visual fatigue.
The raw hemp powder used in our capsules come from Scandinavia, where the hemp plant has been used for centuries in many different forms. The fibers can be turned into rope and clothing, while the oil extracted from the plant was mainly used for cooking and fuel. The hemp seeds has been eaten by humans as well as cattle, and is said to give hair and fur an extra shine. In powdered form, raw hemp is full of antioxidants, fiber, and healthy unsaturated fats.
Acai berries can be found in the rainforests of South America, where they grow on palm trees. While not technically a berry but a drupe, it’s still referred to as such due to it small shape, form, and how it grows. Just like many of the other ingredients already mentioned, acai berries are packed full of antioxidants, maybe even more than the blueberry. Antioxidants can counteract oxidation in brain cells, thus promoting better cognitive functions and memory as we age. Acai berries have been part of the daily diet for the people in the Amazon rainforest for decades, claimed to have a taste similar to that of unsweetened chocolate and blackberries.
Aronia berries are also known as chokeberries, and are dark, small berries that grows mainly in North America. They got the name chokeberries as they have a strong mouth drying effect after consumption, which is why they’re rarely eaten directly, but more often as jams, purees, juices, ect. The Native Americans have used them as a cold remedy, as they seem to possess high levels of antioxidants and vitamin C, as well as being anti-inflammatory.
Grape seeds may be one of the best known sources for proanthocyanidins, which have shown some promise in enhanced healing of wounds, by triggering growth factors in the skin. Grape seeds are also full of antioxidants and flavonoids, where flavonoids is thought to be able to improve collagen synthesis and bone formation, making the bones grow stronger and with higher density, as well as reduce inflammation when combined with antioxidants. Antioxidants helps the body cope with age-related issues, as it can combat ailments caused by oxidative stress.
Astaxanthin is the red pigment that can be found in algae, and is what makes salmon, lobster, shrimps and other seafood have that pink or red colour. It is an antioxidant, and as such has been linked to improved blood flow, and smoother skin. Some studies have shown that consumption of astaxanthin has helped improve age-related vision loss, in cases where a portion of the retina has been damaged. Athletes also take astaxanthin to prevent muscle and skeletal damage while working out.
|Ingredients||1 Capsule||4 Capsules|
|Blueberries from Finland||136 mg||544 mg|
|Black currant||108 mg||432 mg|
|Raw hemp||11 mg||44 mg|
|Acai||3 mg||12 mg|
|Aronia||2 mg||8 mg|
|Grape seeds||2 mg||8 mg|
|Astaxanthin||0.3 mg||1.2 mg|
2-4 Capsules per day
The recommended daily dosage should not be exceeded.
Store in a cool, dry place out of reach of children.
Nutritional supplements should not be used as a substitute for a balanced and varied diet. It is not intended for the prevention, treatment or cure of diseases.