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Boosts Immunity Blackberry Extract Supplement , Organic Freeze Dried Fruit Powder

Categories Organic Food Ingredients
Brand Name: MicroFresh
Model Number: Powder
Certification: Organic, Halal, Kosher
Place of Origin: China
MOQ: 25kg
Price: USD 10-30/kg
Payment Terms: L/C, D/A, D/P, T/T
Supply Ability: 50 MT per month
Delivery Time: 5-8 Working days
Packaging Details: 25kg/Drum
Shelf Life: 24 month
Appearance: Pink fine powder
DryingMethod: Spray-Dried
MOQ: 1kg
Test Method: UV-VIS,TLC,HPLC
Extract Ratio: 4:1-200:1
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Boosts Immunity Blackberry Extract Supplement , Organic Freeze Dried Fruit Powder

Black berry powder; Oraganic Food Ingredients; Beauty effect, Boosts Immunity; Antioxidant Potential; Freeze- Dried


Product Decription:

Health benefits of blackberry include better digestive health, strengthened immune defense, healthy functioning of the heart, prevention of cancer, and relief from endothelial dysfunction. Blackberry provides cognitive benefits and aids in enhancing memory, weight management, keeping the bones strong, skin care, improving vision and keeping disease-free eyes, normal blood clotting, and may also serve as a valuable food during pregnancy owing to an impressive gamut of nutrients.

What is Blackberry?

Blackberry is a delicious and versatile fruit, belonging to the Rubus genus in the Rosaceae family which also includes raspberry and dewberry. Native to the Northern temperate areas of the globe, blackberry has been honored as the official fruit of the state of Alabama and is found copiously in North America and the Pacific coast. Ancient cultures perceived blackberry plant as a weed or a wild plant, yet its medicinal history goes back to more than 2000 years. History reveals the traditional usage of blackberry fruit, leaf, bark, and roots by the Romans and Greeks for healing numerous health conditions ranging from mild infections to venomous bites. In fact, during the 18th century, the Greek cure of using blackberry for treating gout was so influential in Europe that it was famously known as the ‘gout berry’. Recent scientific pieces of evidence have contributed extensively in unearthing the therapeutic potential of blackberries and their worldwide consumption.

Blackberry plant has a biennial erect or partially erect stem with sharp spikes and dark green leaves with clusters of pinkish-white blossoms. It yields a purple-black aggregate fruit which comprises of multiple smaller fleshy segments or drupelets. Blackberries have a fragile and smooth skin with a greenish core which lengthens nearly to the base of the berry. Immature blackberries are generally red or green and hard to touch and later turn into black, soft, juicy, and glossy fruits on ripening.

Nutritional Value of Blackberry

Blackberries are tasty and nutrient dense fruits which store a fine range of nourishing components. Vitamins provided by blackberries include vitamin A, vitamin B1 (thiamine), vitamin B2 (riboflavin), vitamin B3 (niacin), vitamin B6, folate, vitamin C (ascorbic acid), vitamin E (alpha-tocopherol) and vitamin K (phylloquinone). The mineral wealth of blackberries include calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorous, potassium, and zinc. Blackberries are also a good source of amino acids and essential dietary fiber, and they do not contain any harmful cholesterol.

Health Benefits of Blackberry

Benefits of blackberry which provide respite in various health conditions have been discussed as under:

Antioxidant Potential

Blackberries contain a profuse amount of powerful antioxidants which protect the body in multiple ways. Components such as phenolic acids, flavonoids, and flavonols, particularly anthocyanosides, present in blackberries work against the harmful oxygen free molecules and counteract their action. This protective radical scavenging activity protects the body from a range of diseases caused as consequence of oxidative damage which may be the underlying cause of many fatal conditions.

Anti-cancer Properties

Blackberry fruit is effective against the development of cancer including lung cancer, colon cancer, and esophageal cancer. The micro-nutrients present in blackberries exert chemo-preventive effect and prevent the proliferation of malignant cells. Various scientific studies conducted on blackberries have advocated this fact and have attributed its anti-cancer activity to the abundance of anthocyanins and other phytochemicals, such as ellagic acid and cyaniding-3-glucoside, which inhibit tumor growth and metastasis.

Prevents Endothelial Dysfunction

Boosts Immunity

Blackberries help in improving the immune system of the body, due to the presence of phytoestrogens, vitamins, and minerals. Regular consumption of blackberries helps fight various pathogens and protects the body from infections and other fatal illnesses.

Culinary Use

Blackberry can be added to fresh fruit salads, baked goods such as tarts, cakes, and pies or used to prepare jellies or preserves. They can also be combined with other fruits to prepare fruit salsa which can be served with crisps and chips. Blackberry serves as a delicious topping over various desserts including ice creams. Blackberries are also used in the preparation of wines and are available in canned and dried form as well.

Use of Blackberry Leaves

Leaves of blackberry plant have been found effective in curing diarrhea and dysentery since early times, and have also been a topic of interest for modern research. This is attributed to the abundance of astringent tannins in the herb, which helps control such conditions in the digestive tract. Another benefit of astringent tannins in blackberry leaves is their healing effect on wounds. External application of tincture or infusion made from blackberry leaves helps in the constriction of blood vessels and cure small injuries. The astringent qualities of blackberry leaf may also prove useful in the soothing a sore throat and treating hemorrhoids.

How to Select & Store Blackberry?

Pick fresh, aromatic blackberries, devoid of any mushiness. Generally, perfectly ripe blackberries, which are ready to eat, have a deep black color, while the ones that are not fully ripe may have dark red or purple color. When buying blackberries packaged in a box, look for any visible stickiness between the blackberries. Blackberries sticking to one another or inclining to the container may indicate budding spoilage. Blackberries perish quickly and should ideally be consumed within 3-4 days of purchase. They may be kept in a shallow vessel without making multiple layers or placing them on one another and should be refrigerated to avoid decay by covering the container with a loose plastic wrap. For further usage, blackberries may be frozen by arranging them in a baking tray with a rim, again in a single layer. Once the blackberries are frozen, they may be shifted to a zipper freezer bag, sealed and put back into the freezer again. As these frozen berries may become soggy when defrosted, they may be apt for cooking purposes.

Side Effects of Blackberry

If you are not allergic to berries, then blackberries are the fruit for you and are safe for consumption. However, some pieces of evidence have shown that the presence of tannins in blackberry may contribute to the development of tumors if consumed in high concentrations. The good news is that blackberry fruit has very small quantities of tannins which have not shown any detrimental effects.

Black tea leaf:

Extra caution is advised regarding the intake of blackberry leaf tea or decoction. Consumption of large quantities of blackberry leaf tea elevates a number of tannins in the body tremendously and may cause stomach complications such as nausea and vomiting. Experts generally recommend the usage of milk in the preparation of blackberry leaf tea to neutralize the effect of tannins. People already suffering from cancer or have a previous history of such diseases should avoid the usage of tea made from blackberry leaves.

Blackberry root:

Blackberry root is also a profuse source of tannins and is not recommended for individuals suffering from chronic gastrointestinal problems such as colitis.

Pregnancy and children:

Pregnant and lactating mothers may eat blackberry fruit in normal amounts but should avoid the usage of blackberry leaf tea. Children under 24 months should not be given blackberry leaf tea. For older children and old people over the age of 65 years, medical advice is recommended to prescribe the correct dose of the blackberry leaf tea.

Blackberry leaf may result in allergic reactions ranging from mild to severe. An opinion from a medical expert is always recommended to discuss an individual’s existing symptoms, correct dosage, and potential risks before considering blackberry leaf tea for therapeutic purposes to avoid any undesirable conditions. In case you notice any allergic reactions post the consumption of blackberry or blackberry leaf tea, consult a healthcare professional immediately.


Summary

Blackberry is a multipurpose plant,which is even used as a natural dye and food colorant, owing to the presence of anthocyanins which gives color to the blackberries. Traditional usage of blackberries, its roots, stems, and leaves for therapeutic purposes and its unique and refreshing taste have been drawing a great deal of attention from consumers and medical researchers for further research. So don’t forget to pick up some blackberries to accentuate the taste and health factor of the next pie you are going to bake or the regular fruit salad you eat.


Company Information:

ECA

ECA Healthcare Inc.


ECA (Energy Confidence Action) is a leading supplier of innovative functional ingredients for wellness. Since the establishment, we have been dedicating ourselves to developing the high quality and innovative ingredients for food, nutrition and healthcare areas. ECA has been skilled to bring the very best of natural innovation into the market and to bring professional healthcare solutions right to the consumers. Trusted for the superior quality and reliability, our brands are getting more popular in the world.


With the continuous development and constantly strict requirements on quality system and R&D, we have accumulated rich experience in developing and manufacturing innovative ingredients for food, dietary supplements and pharmaceuticals.


The continuous focus and strictness on QA & QC have earned ECA rich experience in extracting,

synthesizing,and formulating. Our GMP & cGMP bases are capable in top grade ingredients ofenzymatic synthesis and extraction, and our NSF GMP base can meet the high demands on dietary supplements (tablets, hard & soft capsules, and premixes).


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