Strengthens the immune system and the resistance of the organism in case of overwork, fatigue or winter ailments.



THEacerola is the fruit ofsteel mill, a shrub that can reach 6 meters in height and grows mainly in the tropics of South America. Acerola is a fruit 1 to 2 cm in diameter and bright red in appearance similar to a cherry. It is one of the most great natural sources of vitamin C. It contains on average 1800 mg per 100 g of pulp, either 40 times more than orange, hence his recommendation for fight against persistent fatigue or improve endurance. Thus, she participates in strengthening of the body's natural defenses and contributes to limit the effects of cellular aging. The vitamin C it contains also promotes iron absorption. Acerola is also one of the richest fruits in vitamins B6, B1, B2 and vitamin A. Due to its high content of flavonoids et carotenoids, acerola is presented as the antioxidant fruit par excellence to include in a healthy and balanced diet.



Today, acerola, also called barbados cherry (or "West Indian cherry"), is mainly cultivated in Brésil. In South America, acerola has been consumed for many years in traditional medicine as natural anti-inflammatory to relieve fever and certain associated disorders.



Few side effects have been reported following the consumption of acerola. However, in case of strong overdose, digestive problems or insomnia may occur.

There may be interactions between acerola and certain drugs (antipsychotics, anticoagulants, beta blockers, etc.). It is therefore recommended to seek the advice of a doctor in the event of pathology or associated treatment.



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