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Lycii (Goji) Berries
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  • Lycium barbarum
  • Origin: China
Lycii (Goji) Berries

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Lycium barbarum is a common species of the genus Lycium that is found in lowland areas across Asia. The deciduous, woody tree is known for its bright red berries, which are enjoyed for their healthful properties. Lycii berries are almost entirely similar to goji berries, only with their growing regions being the largest discernable difference. Lycii berry, also referred to as wolfberry, can be eaten raw, steeped as tea, or incorporated into culinary recipes such as trail mix, desserts, and smoothies.

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Maqui Berry Powder
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  • Aristotelia chilensis
  • Origin: Chile
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Maqui, also called Chilean wineberry, is a small, evergreen tree that produces purple-black, edible berries. Native to the southwestern coast of South America, the berries are often gathered by the local Mapuche people who enjoy the berries raw, as a wine, or in culinary recipes. Maqui berries are known for their healthful and tonic qualities and have become popular worldwide. Our maqui powder is milled from organic Aristotelia chilensis berries. Maqui berry powder can be easily incorporated into smoothies, health drinks, dessert bars, and baked goods.

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Hawthorn Berry Powder
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  • Crataegus laevigata
  • Origin: Bulgaria
Hawthorn Berry Powder

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Hawthorn is a common hedgerow plant in Europe known for its deep, red berries and sharp thorns. Also spelled hawthorne, the berries have been employed for centuries in traditional Western herbalism for their wellness supporting properties. Hawthorn berry has historically been incorporated into jams, cordials, liquid extracts, and herbal syrups. Our hawthorn powder is ground from organic Crataegus laevigata berries. Hawthorn berry powder can be encapsulated, tinctured, or infused.

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Juniper Berries
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  • Juniperus communis
  • Origin: Republic of North Macedonia
Juniper Berries

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Juniperus communis is an evergreen tree native to cool, temperate parts of North America, Europe, and Asia. Juniper berries are regarded for their healthful properties and the wood for its usefulness in crafts. The purple-blueish berries are actually a fused seed cone and are harvested in early autumn. Juniper berry has a strong taste and is added sparingly to culinary recipes. The berries can also be tinctured and added to liquors for their herbaceous flavor.

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Schisandra Berries
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  • Schisandra chinensis
  • Origin: China
Schisandra Berries

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Schisandra chinensis is referred to by various common names including magnolia berry and five-flavor-fruit. It is one of the 50 fundamental herbs in Traditional Chinese Medicine and is said to contain all five basic flavors: salty, sweet, sour, pungent, and bitter. The fruits of a deciduous woody vine native to forests of northern China and eastern Russia, schisandra berries are typically manufactured in these regions as juices, wines, extracts, and sweets. The berries can be macerated in fruit juice, tinctured, and infused as schisandra berry tea.

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Acai Berry Powder
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  • Euterpe oleracea
  • Origin: Brazil
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Euterpe oleracea is a palm tree, indigenous to Central and South America, which produces long-hanging clusters of berries. Acai berry has a long history of use in South America, especially Brazil, were it is enjoyed for its healthful qualities. Our acai powder is ground from freeze dried berries to preserve its range of beneficial properties. Acai berry powder can be blended into smoothies, added to cooking recipes, and tinctured.

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Cedar Berries
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  • Juniperus monosperma
  • Origin: USA
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Juniperus monosperma is a small, slow-growing tree native to the southwestern United States. This hardy tree is known as one-seed juniper and the females produce a small, waxy pod or “berry” that bears a single seed. Cedar berries were utilized in traditional herbal practices throughout the region and can be employed in topical applications, infusions, and teas. Occasionally, the berries are crushed and used sparingly as a culinary spice.

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Maqui Berries
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  • Aristotelia chilensis
  • Origin: Chile
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Aristotelia chilensis is a small, evergreen tree native to the southwest coast of South America. Maqui, or Chilean wineberry, produces edible, purple-black berries which have a taste comparable to blackberries. Maqui berries are picked seasonally by the Mapuche people who often enjoy them in various traditional beverages and culinary recipes. Maqui berry gives a unique and delicious tonic boost to smoothies, granolas, health drinks, and herbal teas.

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Hawthorn Berries
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  • Crataegus monogyna
  • Origin: Albania
Hawthorn Berries

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Hawthorn has a long history of use in traditional Western herbalism and is well-loved for its affinity for the heart. The red berries of Crataegus monogyna have been an ingredient in jams, wines, cordials, and candies for centuries. A member of the rose family, hawthorn is a large shrub covered in sharp thorns. Sometimes spelled hawthorne, the berries are picked fully ripe in autumn before the first frost. Hawthorn berry is often macerated in herbal vinegar and syrups, infused as hawthorn tea, or used in tincturing.

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Saw Palmetto Berries
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  • Serenoa repens
  • Origin: USA
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Serenoa repens is a small fan palm native to the southeastern United States. Also referred to as sabal, saw palmetto berries were once a food source for the Seminole people who also employed the dried reddish-black fruits for their wellness-supporting properties. The berries are considered energetically pungent, sweet, and warming. Saw palmetto berry is often used as a tonic to support the functioning of the male reproductive system and can be decocted or macerated as a liquid extract.

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