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Blueberry Leaf Extract

  • Latin Name:   Vaccinium Uliginosuml
  • Synonyms:   
  • Part of Used:   Leaf
  • Specifications:   chlorogenic acid 20%
  • Appearance:   Brown yellow fine powder
  • Application:   Medicine, food additive, dietary supplement
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Product name

Blueberry Leaf Extract 

Latin Name

Vaccinium Uliginosuml

Active ingredients

chlorogenic acid


Blueberry Extract


Brown yellow fine powder

Part used



chlorogenic acid 20%


Main benefits

Antioxidant, Reducing Blood Sugar, Fighting Hepatitis C

Applied industries

Medicine, food additive, dietary supplement


What is Blueberry Leaf Extract ?

The blueberry has long had a reputation for containing antioxidants and having many nutritional benefits for the body. What most people don't know is that the leaf of the blueberry plant has many nutritional benefits as well.

the leaves of the blueberry bush also provide separate and distinctive advantages over the fruit.

Chemical constituents of Blueberry Leaf Extract 

The leaves were also found to contain certain phytochemicals, such as chlorogenic acid and myricetin.

Benefits of taking Blueberry Leaf Extract supplements:

Reducing Blood Sugar

People who take blueberry leaf extract in supplement form can cut their blood sugar totals by up to one-fourth, according to several studies. Patients with Type 2 diabetes have experienced significant blood glucose reductions as a result of blueberry leaf extract in several studies.

The leaves were also found to contain certain phytochemicals, such as chlorogenic acid and myricetin. These and other naturally occurring “plantioxidants” are known to possess a broad spectrum of anti-diabetic properties. Some of the mechanisms by which they work include: decreasing sugar production in the liver and reducing sugar uptake in the intestines, inhibiting the digestion of carbohydrates, protecting insulin producing cells in the pancreas and supporting insulin sensitivity.

In 2006, a 4 week study was conducted on 42 middle-aged diabetics. Half were given a blueberry leaf extract (300 mg three-times daily). The remainder received an inactive placebo. The respective “medications” were taken 15-30 minutes prior to each meal. Significant improvements were only found in the blueberry leaf users. A 27% reduction in fasting blood glucose and an almost 60% decline in C-Reactive proteins were noted. A number of markers associated with diabetic wellness and liver health also showed signs of improvement (plasma enzymes ALT, AST & GGT). Several other experiments have found similar results in animal models of diabetes. These trials also indicate a potential hypotensive (blood pressure lowering) and triglyceride normalizing effect.

Fighting Inflammation in the Body

Blueberries and cherries both have anthocyanins (if you recognize the word “cyan” in there, you'll notice that these are the chemicals that make blueberries blue), which not only give pigment but also combat inflammation, and can also counteract diabetes-related damage to retinal blood vessels.

Preventing Brain Disorders

There are studies suggesting that a blueberry leaf extract regimen can help keep you from developing Alzheimer's disease, other mental illnesses, and can reduce damage from strokes, all based on anti-inflammatory properties.

Fighting Hepatitis C

A research study demonstrated that a concentrated proanthocyanidin in blueberry leaf extract combats viral replication of hepatitis C – and the related ingredient of that proanthocyanidin is epicatechin, a nutrient also found in green tea and grapes, as well as other fruits.

Side effects and safety of Blueberry Leaf Extract 

Has not yet been reported that he has serious side effects.