Milt Argos bilberry (Vaccinium uligosum)
Approximately twice as absorbent
Difference in absorption with normal bilberry extract
(in vitro Measurement of small intestinal cell passage after population gastric juice digestion)
Bioavailability of Milt Argos Bilberry
Mirto Argos Bilberry Features
Supplementation of Mirtoargos bilberry with high anthocyanin utilization capacity
(1) Improvement of eye strain
A 12-eye, placebo-controlled crossover study with VDT workload contrasted the antioxidant parameters of tear fluid in the ingestion groups. Both 8-OHdG and PRL measurements in the Mirto Argos Bilberry intake group showed significant inhibition of oxidation compared to tear fluid collected from the placebo group.
The results of the study showed a significant reduction in intraocular pressure in glaucoma patients with abnormal intraocular pressure (n=6 (ages 32-81)). The dose-dependent effect and increased local blood flow were observed in the treated group, suggesting that oral administration of Mirto Argos reduces intraocular pressure via increased blood flow.
The results of a three-rod test of ciliary fatigue 30 minutes after taking Mirto Argos Bilberry showed a clear improvement in 31 out of 38 patients. This improves ciliary fatigue and the ability to focus.