The rich, dark purple Maqui Berries are believed to contain more antioxidants than any discovered fruit on earth, making them one of the most important natural foods you can add to your diet for health, fitness and strength.
The highest antioxidant value of any known superfruit
An ORAC value up to 30 times higher than Acai berry
A great boost for strength, endurance and overall health
A Super-Berry native to Chile
Perfect for smoothies and smoothie bowls
Contains a wide range of vitamins and minerals
A low sugar, energy boosting, high-antioxidant Superfood
Contains powerful anthocyanin and plant sterols
Known for its effects on glowing skin
Nature’s great detox
Full 5 Star health rating (Australian Government initiative)
Maqui berry has the highest anti-oxidant levels of any fruit currently known; it includes anthocyanins, delphinidin, malvidin, petunidin, cumarins, triterpenes, flavonoids and cyanidin. These antioxidants in Maqui berries provide protection for the body’s cells and may help to maintain health levels of cholesterol and triglycerides.
Maqui berry is also known as a good source of vitamin C, calcium, potassium and iron.
Maqui berries are traditionally used to promote strength, endurance and overall health. They help to support the cardiovascular system by encouraging blood flow, and may provide valuable benefits for the immune system, as well as supporting bone and joint health.
Cultivation is extremely rare for Maqui Berry. You won’t find Maqui Berry plants for sale. The wild growing plants in South America continue to be the de facto source for exports.
The Mapuche Indians harvest them by hand when they’re in season, which is late summer. South of the equator, that’s December through to March. The Mapuche community is responsible for almost all commercial supplies sold throughout the world, which isn’t much since it remains a niche superfood.
To use Maqui Berry powder, add 1-2 tablespoons to your protein shake, smoothie, or even a glass of water. Stir some into your oatmeal, yogurt, or sprinkle onto cereal. It can also be incorporated into baking recipes, such as muffins, granola, and cakes, or incorporate into your homemade yogurt and ice-cream recipes.