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Osmotic Aronia Berries

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Aronia is a deciduous shrub 1-3 meters high. Its systematic cultivation, in Europe and Russia, began after the Second World War, after previously recognizing the valuable medicinal and health value of its fruits.

Aronia fruit has more than 277 antioxidants, most of any fruit, vitamins A, P, B2, B6, C, E & K, flavonoids, anthocyanins and tannins.

No sugar has been used to preserve them and the whole process has been done osmotically. This results in the preservation of nutrients and flavor as well as longer shelf life of the product.


  • It lowers blood glucose levels and is therefore suitable for use by diabetics.
  • Improves cholesterol and lipid levels, helping the body produce good cholesterol.
  • Helps treat hypertension and contributes to the normal permeability and elasticity of blood vessel walls.
  • Extremely protective against radioactivity.
  • Helps with eye health.
  • It is effective in reversing possible age-related deficiencies related to neuronal and behavioral parameters.
  • It has anti-cancer action.
  • Action against digestive problems such as diarrhea, constipation, reduction of inflammation of the digestive tract.
  • It stimulates the regeneration of muscles and tissues and promotes the healing of muscle injuries.
  • Prevents wrinkles, slows down the aging of the body and skin.
  • It can prevent urinary tract infections.
  • It has antiseptic properties and is a powerful tool in the fight against the flu virus. Relieves bronchitis.
  • Has hypoallergenic effects: Used in gastritis, bleeding, anemia, rheumatism.

How to use: They can be eaten raw as a snack with muesli or yogurt. It can also be consumed as a decoction.

*We do not provide medical advice. The information we provide is for informational purposes only and in no way replaces the opinion, medication and visit to a doctor or other health specialist. The substances they contain may interact with a drug that the patient is already taking and may neutralize their therapeutic effect or cause toxicity.