Acerola Description

Botanical Source: Malpighia glabra L.

CAS No.: 50-81-7

Part Used: Fruit

Molecular Formula: C6H8O6

Molecular Weight: 176.12

Acerola is a baby timberline that grows in dry areas of the Caribbean and Central and South America. Now it is broadly developed in Hainan island China. Traditionally, its fruit has been acclimated to amusement diarrhea, arthritis, fevers, and kidney, heart, and alarmist problems. Acerola contains 10–50 times added vitamin C by weight than oranges. Other important substances begin in acerola cover bioflavonoids, magnesium, pantothenic acid and vitamin A.

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