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Benefits

Consuming this tasty little Patagonian berry favors the body's resistance to disease, regulating blood circulation and helping healing. In addition, its flavor, color and aroma make it an excellent culinary ingredient for sweet or savory preparations.

Murta, murtilla, or scientifically called Ugni molinaeTurcz.  is a species of aromatic Myrthaceae that grows on the Chilean Pacific coast and in the pre-Andean mountains of southern Chile. This wild perennial shrub is widely used in folk medicine by indigenous peoples, including the Mapuche, Puelche and Pehuenche cultures, for the treatment of various ailments, such as diarrhea, ulcers, fever, inflammations and migraines. 

 

Scientific interest in this native shrub has recently emerged, and since then, the chemical composition of this plant, both fruit and leaf, and potential new applications of its compounds ( Hauser, Peñaloza, Rodriguez, Guarda, & Galotto) has been studied. , 2014; Jofré et al., 2016; Junqueira-Gonçalves et al., 2015; Peña-Cerda et al., 2017; Rubilar et al., 2011; Suwalsky et al., 2007 ) 

The new applications of dried fruit and leaves, natural or as an extract, in  functional foods  , nutraceuticals  and cosmetics is growing thanks to their antimicrobial, antioxidant and anti-tyrosinase capabilities.

Benefits

Consuming this tasty little Patagonian berry favors the body's resistance to disease, regulating blood circulation and helping healing. In addition, its flavor, color and aroma make it an excellent culinary ingredient for sweet or savory preparations.

Murta, murtilla, or scientifically called Ugni molinaeTurcz.  is a species of aromatic Myrthaceae that grows on the Chilean Pacific coast and in the pre-Andean mountains of southern Chile. This wild perennial shrub is widely used in folk medicine by indigenous peoples, including the Mapuche, Puelche and Pehuenche cultures, for the treatment of various ailments, such as diarrhea, ulcers, fever, inflammations and migraines. 

 

Scientific interest in this native shrub has recently emerged, and since then, the chemical composition of this plant, both fruit and leaf, and potential new applications of its compounds ( Hauser, Peñaloza, Rodriguez, Guarda, & Galotto) has been studied. , 2014; Jofré et al., 2016; Junqueira-Gonçalves et al., 2015; Peña-Cerda et al., 2017; Rubilar et al., 2011; Suwalsky et al., 2007 ) 

The new applications of dried fruit and leaves, natural or as an extract, in  functional foods  , nutraceuticals  and cosmetics is growing thanks to their antimicrobial, antioxidant and anti-tyrosinase capabilities.

Es la filosofía de Isla Natura de elaborar productos en las zonas rurales de donde viene la materia prima para poder cuidar su cosecha y tener un impacto positivo en la economía local y el cuidado del medio ambiente local.  Queremos que la gente local aumenta la producción de esta fruta que no requiere fertilizantes químicos para crecer y que puede darles un ingreso además de mas cosas ricas para comer. 

SuperFruto Chileno

Sabor & aroma únicos

El suelo Chileno esta lleno de nutrientes volcánicos y su flora crea una “isla botánica” aislada al norte por el desierto más seco del mundo, al este por Los Andes, al oeste por el mar más grande del mundo y en el sur por los campos de hielo de la Patagonia.  

Consuming this tasty little Patagonian berry favors the body's resistance to disease, regulating blood circulation and helping healing. In addition, its flavor, color and aroma make it an excellent culinary ingredient for sweet or savory preparations.

Murta, murtilla, or scientifically called Ugni molinaeTurcz.  is a species of aromatic Myrthaceae that grows on the Chilean Pacific coast and in the pre-Andean mountains of southern Chile. This wild perennial shrub is widely used in folk medicine by indigenous peoples, including the Mapuche, Puelche and Pehuenche cultures, for the treatment of various ailments, such as diarrhea, ulcers, fever, inflammations and migraines. 

 

Scientific interest in this native shrub has recently emerged, and since then, the chemical composition of this plant, both fruit and leaf, and potential new applications of its compounds ( Hauser, Peñaloza, Rodriguez, Guarda, & Galotto) has been studied. , 2014; Jofré et al., 2016; Junqueira-Gonçalves et al., 2015; Peña-Cerda et al., 2017; Rubilar et al., 2011; Suwalsky et al., 2007 ) 

The new applications of dried fruit and leaves, natural or as an extract, in  functional foods  , nutraceuticals  and cosmetics is growing thanks to their antimicrobial, antioxidant and anti-tyrosinase capabilities.

Take care of what you eat, where it comes from and the path it has taken. 

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