3% dehydrated camu camu powder

Aymara Food Organic Camu Camu

The camu camu is a tree that measures between 3 and 4 meters high and grows mainly in the Amazonian rainforest, near rivers. Camu camu is a small berry type fruit that is 4cm in diameter, red-orange in colour and has a tangy taste.

Camu camu was used in many ways by the indigenous people of the Amazon: as an anti-inflammatory in traditional medicine or as a substitute for lemon in cooking.

Naturally rich in vitamin C, camu camu berry is also known for its antioxidant properties.

Camu camu helps to combat exhaustion, stress and the common cold thanks to its invigorating and immunostimulating properties that protect the body.

 

Benefits

  • High source of vitamin C: contains 50 times more vitamin C than an orange and 37 times more vitamin C than a kiwi.
  • Good source of phenolic compounds, including flavonoids. Powerful antioxidant.
  • Stimulates memory. Antioxidants reduce the likelihood of age-related memory loss, improve memory and learning.
  • A high source of folic acid used to prevent and treat low levels of folate and its complications, including blood exhaustion (anemia) and the inability of the intestine to properly absorb nutrients.
  • Protects against arthritis by helping to reduce inflammation.
  • Uplifts mood. Effective and safe antidepressant.
  • Supports optimal nervous system function, including eye and brain function.
  • Improves cardiac function. It has been shown in several studies that taking this potassium-rich superfood reduces the risk of heart rhythm disorders and tachycardia.
  • Used daily, the powder has powerful antiviral properties and helps to fight diseases such as shingles, colds and cold sores.
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Description

3% dehydrated camu camu powder

General characteristics

Binomial name: Myrciaria Dubia

Origin: Pucallpa, Peru

3% guaranteed vitamin C content

Moisture content: <6%

Composition: 100% camu camu flesh

Raw product available

No added additives

Free from allergens, GMOs, BSE / TSEs and non-irradiated processes

Available with Organic certification

Carefully packed in 2-ply paper bags + 1 PP thickness from 5 kg to 50 kg.

 

The best way to enjoy organic camu camu

Camu camu is intended for anyone requiring vitamin C (adults, children and the elderly). Generally speaking, an adult’s body needs 60mg of vitamin C per day.

Camu camu is usually enjoyed in powder form. You can add it to drinks, mix it with foods such as yoghurt, and even sprinkle it on cereals.

When used as a preventive measure, it is recommended to use camu camu over three weeks.

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8% dehydrated camu camu powder

Aymara Food Organic Camu Camu

The camu camu is a tree that measures between 3 and 4 meters high and grows mainly in the Amazonian rainforest, near rivers. Camu camu is a small berry type fruit that is 4cm in diameter, red-orange in colour and has a tangy taste. 

Camu camu was used in many ways by the indigenous people of the Amazon: as an anti-inflammatory in traditional medicine or as a substitute for lemon in cooking.

Naturally rich in vitamin C, camu camu berry is also known for its antioxidant properties.

Camu camu helps to combat exhaustion, stress and the common cold thanks to its invigorating and immunostimulating properties that protect the body.

 

Benefits

  • High source of vitamin C: contains 50 times more vitamin C than an orange and 37 times more vitamin C than a kiwi.
  • Good source of phenolic compounds, including flavonoids. Powerful antioxidant.
  • Stimulates memory. Antioxidants reduce the likelihood of age-related memory loss, improve memory and learning.
  • A high source of folic acid used to prevent and treat low levels of folate and its complications, including blood exhaustion (anemia) and the inability of the intestine to properly absorb nutrients.
  • Protects against arthritis by helping to reduce inflammation.
  • Uplifts mood. Effective and safe antidepressant.
  • Supports optimal nervous system function, including eye and brain function.
  • Improves cardiac function. It has been shown in several studies that taking this potassium-rich superfood reduces the risk of heart rhythm disorders and tachycardia.
  • Used daily, the powder has powerful antiviral properties and helps to fight diseases such as shingles, colds and cold sores.

Dehydrated lucuma powder

Aymara Food Organic Lucuma

Pouteria lucuma is a tree of the sapotaceae family that gives a fruit known by the Andean natives as lucuma. This fruit from Peru is considered a superfood.

The lucuma was nicknamed by the Incas “tree of life” or “gold of the Incas”. Its sweet taste is similar to that of maple syrup. This fruit grows in the mountainous regions of the Andes.

In South America, lucuma is very popular in desserts, especially in the form of ice cream and cake.

Benefits

  • High content of vitamin B3, also acts against stress and the proper functioning of the nervous system in general.
  • Good source of carbohydrates, vitamins (including beta-carotene and niacin) and minerals (including zinc, potassium, calcium, magnesium and iron). Beta-carotene improves the functioning of the immune system.
  • Good source of vitamin A, necessary for the development of good vision.
  • Despite its sweet taste, lucuma has a relatively low carbohydrate level (about 15%) and a low glycemic index. It is recommended for people with diabetes.
  • It consists of vitamin B1, necessary for the proper functioning of the muscular system.
  • Promotes memory and skin health.
  • Good source of antioxidants and dietary fibre.

Dehydrated Maca powder

ymara Food Organic Maca

Maca, or Lepidium meyenii, is a root plant grown at high altitudes in the Peruvian Andes. Maca has been known for its medicinal properties since the Neolithic period.

This tuber is one of the very few plants that can survive in the extreme climatic conditions of the Andean highlands (between 3,500 and 4,200 metres above sea level).

Maca grows in semi-desert conditions, under relentless sunshine and high temperatures during the day, intense frost at night, strong and sustained winds that dry up most plants causing significant soil erosion

It is still found in the wild in the Andes, in the highlands of the Puna, where it is called “chichicara” in Quechua and “januckara” in Aymara.

This plant is mainly known as “Peruvian ginseng” or “Peruvian viagra” because of its ability to enhance libido and help to fight male infertility.

Benefits

  • Considered a natural aphrodisiac.
  • High content of glucosinolates and macamides that increase energy levels and fight physical and mental fatigue, as well as stress.
  • Increases fertility.
  • High source of iron, iodine, magnesium and zinc.
  • High source of vitamin B, C and E complex.
  • High source of phytosterols that help reduce cholesterol levels and strengthen the immune system.
  • Compared to other plants in the same category, maca has the highest concentration of calcium.
  • Rich in potassium.
  • Contains fatty acids: alpha-linolenic acid, palmitic acid, oleic acid, and 19 amino acids.