Camu Camu is a tree native to the Peruvian Amazon. This superfood has a round shape and an acid flavor. It is small with a reddish color. According to popular knowledge, the name Camu Camu comes from the sound that fish make when they eat the fruit (/kamu kamu/). This is because some Amazonian ethnic groups still use Camu Camu as bait. Also, other ethnic groups as the Shipibo-Conibo use the shell of the fruit as a natural pigment for dyeing vegetable fibers. In addition, Camu Camu was consumed due to its antiviral and anti-flu beneficial effects. Traditionally, this superfood was known to fight herpes labialis and coughs. Camu Camu (Myrciaria dubia M.H.K
) is an Amazon superfruit highly valued for containing 30–60 times more vitamin C than oranges. Also, it contains a wide range of phytonutrients such as antioxidants, amino acids, vitamins, and minerals, making it a great ally of our nutrition. This fruit grows in the shores of Peruvian valleys, such as Ucayali, Marañon, Napo, Tigre, Curaray, Yavari, and Tahuayo. Organic camu camu capsules are obtained through the selection of this fruit. After that, camu camu is washed, disinfected (following an organic process), pulped, cut, dried, ground, sieved, and capsulated in a way that all its biological properties aren’t lost.
Organic camu camu powder and vegetable capsule
Consume 2-3 capsules before or with meals. 6 capsules per day.
Keep in a cool, dry place at temperatures below 86 °F (30 °C).
Protect from light.
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- Keep out of reach of children.
For adults only. Always consult your doctor if pregnant, nursing, or taking other medication before use. Discontinue use if any adverse reactions occur.
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