Acerola
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Acerola Overview

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Acerola is a small tree that grows in dry areas of the Caribbean and Central and South America. Traditionally, its fruit has been used to treat diarrhea, arthritis, fevers, and kidney, heart, and liver problems. Acerola contains 10–50 times more vitamin C by weight than oranges. Other important substances found in acerola include bioflavonoids , magnesium , pantothenic acid , and vitamin A .

Dosage

A typical supplemental dosage of acerola is 40–100 mg daily.

 
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