|Product Name:||Acerola Cherry Powder||Latin Name:||Malpighia Glabra L.|
|Color:||Orange Red||Part Used:||Fruit|
|Mesh Size:||40 Mesh||Package:||25 Kg/drum|
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Acerola Cherry Powder
Acerola cherry powder is extracted from the fruit of the acerola fruit. The fruit is dried and then ground into a fine powder. The fruit is also called the Barbados cherry due to its origin in the Caribbean. Acerola cherry powder is a good source of vitamin C.
These cherries are rich in polyphenolic flavonoid compounds known as anthocyanin glycosides, which provide the fruit’s pigment. Anthocyanins are responsible for giving many fruits their deep red, purple or blue color, which is why these compounds are most concentrated in the skin of fruits.
1. Support the immune system and Fight disease development
Acerola is dense with antioxidants including polyphenols and bioflavonoids that are linked with cancer prevention and cognitive health.
There’s an inverse association between the consumption of fruits and vegetables that provide vitamins like vitamin C and A, and the incidence of different chronic health problems. These include conditions like heart disease, gastrointestinal diseases, neurodegenerative disorders, some types of cancers, and vision-related problems.
Anthocyanins present in these cherries have been shown to have anti-inflammatory effects, which mean they may help provide relief from chronic, painful conditions like arthritis.
2. Help improve digestive and metabolic health
Acerola cherry has been used in traditional systems of medicine for centuries, most often to treat liver dysfunction, digestive issues like diarrhea, and stomach pains. While research on these specific uses is limited, study findings suggest that acerola can support metabolic functions and digestion by reducing inflammation and providing essential nutrients, including vitamins C and A, plus some potassium, magnesium, iron and fiber.
As a good source of pectin fiber, but relatively low in sugar, these cherries can also help to improve bowel regularity, stabilize blood sugar, and reduce the risk for issues like insulin resistance and diabetes.
3. Help cognitive function
Various types of cherries and berries are considered by experts to be “brain foods”, since they can help protect against memory loss and support cognitive function into older age. This is possible due to these fruits’ anthocyanins and other phytonutrients, which help to reduce inflammation and oxidative stress that damages brain cells and neurons.
In addition to supporting mental health, cherry consumption is linked to improved energy levels and reduced post-exercise symptoms like fatigue, not to mention pain and inflammation.
4. Help to cleanse and protect skin and hair
The high vitamin C content of acerola supports the body’s ability to build collagen and heal wounds. Interestingly, some studies demonstrate that these cherries have natural skin whitening effects, meaning they can help to reduce hyperpigmentation and dark spots that are considered signs of aging.
Additionally, some people use cherry oil/acerola extract with other moisturizing oils, such as almond or coconut oil, on their hair and scalp to prevent damage, breakage and infections.
1. Food Supplement
Acerola cherry powder bulk has been used to help diarrhea, dysentery, and liver issues, as well as combat free radicals and strengthen the immune system with its high levels of Vitamin C, and it also can be used as a nutritive because it contains many other vitamins and minerals.
Freeze dried acerola cherry powder first appeared in Japanese skin care products at least five years ago. Niche skin care brands have started incorporating it into their facial care products for its Vitamin C rich properties. And it can also be found in hair care and cosmetics.
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