The camu camu fruit is often called superfruit (like acai berry or acerola) due to its high richness in ascorbic acid or vitamin C (between 3.5% and 9% dry weight), in multiples polyphenols, such as flavonoids (myricetin, proanthocyanidin, ellagic acid, etc.), tannins (ellagitannin, essentially present in the seeds) or anthocyanes4, as well as compounds terpenes (alpha-pinene, limonene, carotenoid, etc.), which gives it strong antioxidant powers (protection against oxidative stress caused by free radicals) and other health benefits
The concentration is 1/10 which means that to have 500 grams of powder, take 5000 g of fruit
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Do not leave within reach of children – Do not exceed the recommended daily dose.
- The bomb of vitamin Amazonia
- Camu camu-tree is native to the Amazon rainforest that belongs to the Myrtaceae family, the same family as guava. Its fruits are often used in Peruvian cuisine
- They have one of the highest levels of vitamin C (20 to 30 times more than a kiwi) 1 and antioxidants (ORAC value of fresh fruit more than 5 times the ripe
- With protective, toning and immunostimulant, camu camu is considered a good ally against exhaustion, stress or the cold
- The concentration is 1/10 which means that to have 500 grams of powder, take 5000 g of fruit