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Maqui Berry Powder 1 kg

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Maqui Berry, Whole Powder (Raw, Premium) Kilo (2.2lb)

The Maqui berry is a black/purple brilliant berry of about 4-6mm of diameter. This berry is dried at low temperatures to preserve it benficial properties. Use in Smoothies, recipes and desserts. It is edible and used widely by the locals (the Mapuche indians). This berry is found in Patagonia in South America and has become known as the ''Patagonia Super Fruit,'' because of its rich color and taste. This bears similar properties to Acai or Mangosteen. The flavor is very nice and goes great in smoothies, much preferred over Acai.

History: The nineteenth century French naturalist and botanist Claudio Gay was one of the first occidentals who described the uses of this little and marvelous fruit.

It is considered one of the three sacred plants of the Mapuche people, together with the winter’s bark or canelo (Drimys winteri), and the chilean laurel (Laurelia sempervirens).The maqui schrub means benevolence and peaceful intention, and it is therefore used to ornament the rehue, the ceremonial altar, during the Mapuche festivities.

Everyone may want to consider adding some purple foods to their diets.

INGREDIENTS: ORGANIC MAQUI BERRY POWDER

NET WT: 2.2 lb, Kilo

Maqui, maqui, maqui
Sku: MAQUI01000
Vendor: Natural Zing

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