Both the leaves and the ripe fruit of the bilberry and related berry species have long been a folk remedy for treating diabetes. Traditionally, people used the leaves to control blood sugar. While the leaves can lower blood sugar, they do so by impairing a normal process in the liver. For this reason, use of the leaves is not recommended for long-term treatment
Myrtle attributed balsamic properties, anti-inflammatory, astringent, slightly antiseptic, so is used in herbal and pharmaceutical for the treatment of diseases borne digestive and respiratory system.
• An infusion of leaves, aromatic-bitter, has stimulant properties for digestion, disinfectant, balsamic, healing of bronchitis, diarrhea for childhood, of cystitis and leucorrhea, for external use is used for vaginal irrigations for the stomatitis, and skin sores
• An infusion, have known refreshing balsamic, astringent and hemostatic, and for typical use the decoction is used for irrigation and antiseptic antileucorreiche
• from the plant an extract obtained by distillation know as “gold water” that is used for gingivitis, skin cracked and for contusions
please note all the above is from internet source consult your own doctor or do you own research
i will supply you with 200 gr (approx 6 ozs) fresh non cultivated organic leaves growing on my plots hence 100% natural
i can also provide dried leaves