Blueberry Fast Attack for eye protection from Japan - 1 month
What is Blueberry Fast Attack for eye protection?
Blueberry Fast Attack for eye protection produced by famous Japanese maker DHC Corporation stands out in a row of multiple supplements with blueberry. It contains 180 mg of purified blueberry extract in a daily dose, equivalent to consuming 540 berries a day. Studies of Japanese researches also show that blueberry extract increases subjective accommodation and mesopic CS in myopic eyes, helps to improve vision, to get rid of “blurred” vision and eye tiredness.
Blueberry Fast Attack for eye protection contains many active ingredients rather than blueberry alone. The reason behind that is that specialists of DHC Corporation have studied the absorption and activity of blueberry in the human body. That’s why Blueberry Fast Attack for eye protection is enriched with acai berry extract and cape jasmine extract for enhancing the blueberry action with carotenoids and polyphenols. Lutein helps to clear the blurred vision and to improve vision distortion, beta-carotene raises the night-seeing and helps to treat the dryness. Lycopene increases eye protection from UV-light, and B-group vitamins reduce eye fatigue.
Active principles: blueberry extract 180 mg, acai berry extract 10 mg, cape jasmine extract 6.7 mg, lutein 1 mg, lycopene 0.1 mg, vitamin B1 2 mg, vitamin B2 0.4 mg, vitamin B6 2 mg, vitamin B12 40 mcg, beta-carotene 0.9 mg
Amount: 60 capsules for 30 days
Maker: DHC Corporation, Tokyo, Japan
Indications: Blueberry Fast Attack provides the following effects:
- clears blurred vision,
- improves age-associated vision distortion,
- improves night-seeing,
- treats eye dryness,
- increases eye protection from UV-light,
- relieves eye fatigue.
How to take
Adults should take 2 capsules a day with water.
Contraindications: Do not use for children. Pregnant and breastfeeding woman should consult with their doctor before use.
If an allergic reaction occurs, patients needs to stop using the medicine and consult with their doctor. If patient is taking any other medication or treatment, they should consult with their doctor in advance.