North American Herb & Spice


Wild Berry Extract
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  • Powerful Antioxidant
  • Supports Health by Cleansing
  • Prevent and Reverse Symptoms of Aging

Wild Berry Extract


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Supports Health by Cleansing

BerriMax is an extract from 8 different kinds of cold-pressed berries. All raw, wild with enzymes intact.

The extracts support healthy digestion, immune system, kidney cleansing, and intracellular detox.

BerriMax is Rich in Polyphenols and Flavonoids

Polyphenols are a category of plant compounds. Flavonoids are a type of Polyphenols. Both are found in many fruits, vegetables, wine, tea and chocolate.

Flavonoids are rich in antioxidant activity and…

  • Reverse symptoms of aging
  • Eliminate painful degenerative diseases
  • Prevent and stop tumor growth by killing free radicals (caused by insufficient nutrition and detoxification)
  • Decrease risk of cardiovascular disease and Type 2 Diabetes
  • Lower high blood pressure
  • Promote healthy brain functions
  • Improve digestion.

Historic Use of Wild Berries

For thousands of years, natives have used these wild berries for various conditions including problems with:

  • Blood vessels
  • Digestion
  • Skin
  • Joints
  • Lungs
  • Kidneys
  • Bladder
  • Female disorders.

Wild animals consume wild berries to preserve their health, for greater energy and stamina. It’s why they’re usually free of disease.

BerriMax ~ The Power of WILD Grown

Wild berries are more potent in effects than commercial berries. All of the wild, sun-ripened berries in BerriMax are harvested in remote North American regions. Above the 55th parallel. Harsh northern weather creates hardy and nutrient-dense berries.

The berries are cold-pressed immediately after picking. This ensures nutrients are preserved. Including the delicate enzymes.

Each berry is grown wild, carefully handpicked, and then extracted.

NorthAmHerbSpice, BerriMaxRaw AND wild concentrated berry extract made from:
Wild blackberry extract, wild lingonberry extract, Neroli orange essence, wild red & black raspberry extracts, wild honeysuckle berry extract, wild chokecherry extract, wild blueberry extract, wild serviceberry extract.

Dense supply of:

  • Potent flavonoids and phytochemicals (proanthocyanins, polyphenols, phenols and anthocyanins)
  • Quercetin
  • Ellagic acid
  • Caffeic acid
  • Benzoic acid
  • Resveratrol
  • Cyanidin-3-glucoside
  • Cyanidin-3-rutinoside.

With BerriMax all of this is intact. That’s what makes it so powerful.

Wild Berries
Powerhouses that support a healthy overall cellular response and detoxification.

Dense source of anthocyanins and polyphenols: potent antioxidants that preserve tissues. Helps cleanse and detox all tissues.  Contains natural melatonin to aid good sleep.

Supports a healthy kidney and bladder response. Wild sources include high bush cranberry and lingoberry. These are wild types, exceptionally dense in  phytochemicals that support a healthy brain, gum tissue and kidney/bladder response. This includes age-related bladder support.

Rich in health-giving Ellagic Acid to support a healthy cellular cleansing  and also healthy female hormone balance. Ellagic Acid also supports your heart and circulatory system.

Directions for Use

Take up to 40 drops, twice daily.
For variety, mix with raw honey and add to yogurt, or smoothies.

Recommended Use

Detoxify, kill free radicals to help prevent cancer, reverse aging, lower blood pressure and improve digestion.

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