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Ethnomedical Uses:
The Açaí palm tree (Euterpe oleracea) is native to tropical Central and South America and grows mainly in the Brazilian floodplains and swamps. Although the soft interior stem can be used as a source for heart of palm, Açai is better known for its inch-long reddish-purple fruit. Açai has been a traditional food of the native people of the Amazon for hundreds of years. Açai beverages are prepared by extracting juice from the fruit pulp and skin. Açai fruit has also shown antiproliferative and anti-inflammatory activity. This exotic Rain Forest berry has most recently been proclaimed one of the most nutritious and powerful foods in the world and listed as one of the “Ten Super Foods” by Dr. Nick Perricone, Oprah’s expert on anti-aging. Its oil is rich in essential fatty acids (Omega-3 - 6 and- 9) and other antioxidants like phytosterols, Vitamin C and polyphenols. Omega-9 promotes moisturization, leading to soft, silky and healthy skin. They act at the cellular level regulating the balance and activity of the lipids in the superficial layer of the skin, promoting skin repair and membrane stability. Greatly encourages weight loss, boosts metabolism and increases energy levels, Reduces constipation, gas, bloating & fatigue. Promotes younger-looking skin, Improves mental clarity and focus.

Properties/Actions Documented by Research: Anthocyanins: Studies show that Açaí has 10x more antioxidants than red grapes. Antioxidants decrease cell destruction, which in turn combats the aging process and helps keep the body free from disease. Essential fatty acids: Açaí is proving to be an excellent source of essential fatty acids, such as linoleic acid, omega-6 and omega-9. Phytosterols: are components of plant cell membranes providing numerous benefits to the human body.The phytosterols are used in the treatment for stimulating the regeneration process. The phytosterols founded in Açaí are: sitosterol, stigmasterol and campesterol.

Ethnomedical Uses:
Acerola juice is as common and popular in Brazil as orange juice is in North America. As a natural remedy in Brazil, a handful of fresh fruit is eaten for fever and dysentery. It is also used there as an anti-inflammatory, astringent, stimulant for the liver and renal systems, diuretic, and to support heart function as well as to heal wounds. It is employed as a nutritive aid for anemia, diabetes, high cholesterol levels, liver problems, water retention, rheumatism, tuberculosis, and during convalescence.
Properties/Actions Documented by Research: Antioxidant, nutritive, astringent, antifungal, astringent, tonic, anti-inflammatory, nutritive, cardiotonic.

Cautions: Those who may be allergic to latex may also be allergic to acerola.

How to use/ Preparation: In concentrated powder form, Açai with Acerola has the potential to enhance the nutritional value of just about any food. As an additive to beverages and smoothies Açai packs a healthy punch and helps people get through the day with an added burst of energy and well-being. Açai with Acerola powder can flavor and improve the nutritional value of any hot or cold drink but should not be limited to drinks, as there are limitless ways to enjoy the amazing benefits of Açai with Acerola, here are a few suggestions: With Oatmeal, Pancakes, Steamed Milk with Honey, Soup, Bread or on top of your cereal, ice-cream or frozen yogurt.

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