The Camu Camu Juice Powder that we provide meets all the
nutraceutical benefits of Camu Camu Juice Powder along with the advantages of
a product of the highest quality and purity.
Camu Camu (Myrciaria dubia) is a small tree from Amazon rainforest. The fruits are red cherries with high vitamin C content. Camu Camu is a source of minerals, such calcium, potassium, magnesium, zinc, sodium, and copper. Also, Camu Camu contains protein, carbohydrates and fiber. This fruit has several traditional uses in Amazonian and now it is being used in the food industry due its excellent nutritional properties and exquisite flavor and aroma
Recently, several studies have found in Camu Camu fruits amino acids, and a variety of phytochemicals, such as flavonoids, tannins, stilbenes, phenolic acids, anthocyanin, and lignans.
In vivo studies have shown potential benefits of Camu Camu to strengthening of imune system, antioxidant, anti-inflammatory effects, liver protection properties, promoting healthy weight and improving cholesterol levels. Currently, studies are conducted to evaluate potential benefits arising from its phytochemical profile.
The Green Labs LLC. is now manufacturing in Brazil the best Camu Camu 10% and 20% Vitamin C Juice Powder. We guarantee a product entirely originated from Brazil, cultivated in the most appropriate climate and soil to ensure the best quality product for food industry.
The excellent quality, stability, aroma and flavor of Camu Camu extract powders manufactured by The Green Labs LLC. allow the preparation of delicious superfoods, ice cream, drinks, desserts, yogurt, etc.
- Paul C. Langley et al. Antioxidant and Associated Capacities of Camu Camu (Myrciaria dubia): A Systematic Review. J Altern Complement Med. 2015 Jan 1; 21(1): 8–14.
- Akter MS et al. Nutritional compositions and health promoting phytochemicals of camu-camu (Myrciaria dubia) fruit: a review. Food Res Int 2011;44:1728–1732.
- Nascimento OV et al. Effects of diet supplementation with Camu-camu (Myrciaria dubia HBK McVaugh) fruit in a rat model of diet-induced obesity. An Acad Bras Cienc. 2013 Mar;85(1):355-63. Epub 2013 Mar 1.