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Maqui berries are grown only in the sourthern section of the Andes Mountains in Chile and have been consumed traditionally for stamina and energy. To indigenous people of Southern Chile, maqui berry is a symbol of health due to its strong healing power; historically, the nutrious value of Maqui berries contributes in fights between Incas and Spaniards. Maqui berries are mostly ‘wild’ grown and are harvested once a year from December to March. Since these berries grow in and protect themselves from harsh environment and weather, Berries in Andes Mountains have higher levels of antioxidant than ones in milder climates.
Higher bioavailability with highest Delphinidin content
High levels in anthocyanin, polyphenols, triterpenes, flavonoids
Powerful antioxidant to protect cell against the oxidative damage caused by free radicals