Acerola

Primary Application
Imprint
For what
Mitochondrial and Energy Production
Ocular
Blood and Cardiovascular
Integumentary
Cleanse/Restore the Body
Digestive
Mental Health and Nervous
Immune and Lymphatic
Source
Herbs and Botanicals
For whom
People
Acerola, also known as acerola cherry, is a fruit rich in vitamin C. It also contains vitamin A, thiamine, riboflavin, and niacin. Acerola may be used to treat or prevent scurvy as well as prevent heart disease, atherosclerosis, blood clots, and cancer. It may also be used to help fight colds and flu, pressure sores, bleeding in the eye, tooth decay, gum infections, depression, hay fever, diarrhea, dysentery, and collagen disorders. Athletes may use acerola to improve their physical endurance.