Acai Berry Capsules
Acai Berry is one of the most potent anti-oxidants found in nature in addition to being an extremely popular superfood, and these capsules are the most convenient Acai Berry product in the world. Each capsule contains 570 mg of fresh Acai Berry, which is a potent serving.
Acai Berry is the fruit of the Acai Palm, which has the scientific name Euterpe Oleracea. The berries have an exotic, deep purple color, and they have been used since ancient times across a vast swath of the Caribbean and South America. In recent decades this ethnobotanical has become extremely popular in the Western World.
This herb has a variety of powerful benefits, including the fact that it is nutrient dense with a balance of healthy carbohydrates, fats, fibers, Vitamin A, Calcium, and other minerals.
Most notably, this herb has powerful antioxidant properties due to the Anthocyanins it contains, which are the same compounds that give Elderberry its potent antioxidant effects. Indeed, Acai Berry and Elderberry have essentially the same vibrant, deep purple color, so it is perhaps no surprise that they contain similar compounds and have similar benefits.
Due to the potent antioxidant properties of this herb, it is believed to boost the immune system and overall health.
Thus, Acai Berry is a must-have for your ethnobotanical arsenal, since it is one of the healthiest herbs in existence.
On a final note, these Acai Berry Capsules have been lab tested to ensure that they are 100% pure and do not contain any contaminants or adulterants, and the highest standards were used when processing this product, so you can be confident that this product is the highest quality.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
Acai Berry Capsules
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