​Acerola cherry concentrate Caribbean (Malpighia Glabra)

A naturally concentrated source of especially effective antioxidant vitamin C and bioflavonoids commonly used as a home remedy for colds and flu. Considered particularly useful for the liver, circulation, gall bladder, and in case of viral hepatitis. Vitamin C is important for youthful-looking skin and for a good quality of life with longevity.

Acerola cherries provide more vitamin C than all other food sources, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Acerola cherries are known by several names, including Barbados cherry and West Indian Cherry, but their fruit is highly perishable, so they are mostly sold as juice or powder.

Acerola juice is rich in vitamin A, as beta-carotene, double of other berries. The juice is also a good source of iron, and some potassium, magnesium and folate.

Vitamin C, Bioflavonoids, Carotene, B-Complex and Minerals

Author: Jevari Oberon