Tayberries

Antioxidants and other nutrients help provide the best results while healing wounds.

Salmonberries

Especially good source of vitamin A, C, E and K.

White Mulberries

Can reduce excess fat and lower cholesterol levels, thereby improving the ratio between bad (LDL) and good (HDL) cholesterol.

Strawberries

They are known for being rich in Vitamin C that helps collagen formation. There is a high level of potassium in strawberries that helps keep the kidneys functioning.

 

Red Mulberries

Contains Myricetin, which protects skin from UV damage.

Raspberries

Anti-aging and protective benefits for the brain that can prevent Alzheimer’s and memory loss

Loganberries

Loganberries are abundant in manganese, which helps with the correct advancement of cells and bone.

Lingonberries

Studies proved that lingonberries support inhibitory activities against the development and growth of cancer cells, as well as aid those with inflamed gums and chronic mouth infections.

Huckleberries

Perfect source of iron that helps fatigue associated with iron deficiency, as well as a source of postassium, which builds red blood cells.

 

Gooseberries

Stabilises bloodsugar and assists with diabetes management, as well as providing sleep-enhancing properties.