Camu Camu fruit grows in the river deltas of the Peruvian and Brazilian Amazon Rainforest and is the highest documented source of natural Vitamin C complex in the plant kingdom.
It also contains many other essential vitamins and minerals and the synergy of all these nutrients make the vitamin C complex in Camu Camu the easiest for your body to absorb and utilize compared to a single ingredient dietary supplements.
Fresh camu camu's vitamin C content is around 11 x that of blackcurrants, 38 x that of strawberries and 46 x that of oranges.
- Immune Health
- Skin Health
- Heart Health
- Eye Health
Vitamin C is a powerful vitamin with many health benefits such as;
- improving blood circulation
- facilitating collagen production for healthy skin, teeth and gums
- contributing to normal immune system function
- being necessary for normal eye function
- contributing to the reduction of fatigue
- protection from free radicals helping to slow down the aging process
Comparison of Vitamin C content of Camu Camu vs. other fresh fruits
Camu Camu - 2800mg/100g
Blackcurrant - 200mg/100g
Kiwi Fruit - 90mg/100g
Strawberry - 60mg/100g
Orange - 50mg/100g
Lime - 30mg/100g
Apple - 6mg/100g
Daily Recommended intakes ascorbic acid – Vitamin C
U.S. Recommended Intake
Current Linus Pauling Institute Recommendation
Some Clinicians recommendations
Are much higher in diseased states.
“Statements have been included for the interests of consumer health education and are not intended to imply that such ingredients have been approved under the Medicines Act for the prevention or treatment of specific diseases or medical conditions. You should seek appropriate Healthcare professional advice for any medical condition”
Each 500mg capsule contains: Camu Camu 4:1 concentrated powder with a minimum 100mg vitamin C, 16mg calcium, plus all the cofactors and flavonoids that make up the Camu Camu vitamin C complex. Natural tapioca tableting aid. No preservatives.
Adults 1-3 capsules per day or as professionally prescribed.