|Average values||Per 4 g||Per 8 g (maximum daily dose)|
|Fructo-oligosaccharides (FOS)||1900 mg||3800 mg|
|Dog Rose with vitamin C||357 mg||714 mg|
|Acerola with vitamin C||286 mg||571 mg|
|Camu Camu with vitamin C||100 mg||200 mg|
Camu Camu is a shrub that is typically found in the Peruvian and Brazilian Amazon; its fruits are rich in vitamin C and antioxidants and are therefore indicated for stimulating and strengthening the body's natural defences. It is also known for numerous other benefits, including its antiviral and anti-inflammatory properties.
Dog rose is a spontaneous species belonging to the Rosaceae family. Its name seems to derive from its use in ancient times: Dog rose was once considered to be a specific remedy against the bites of dogs with rabies. The plant produces small berries rich in vitamin C, thus helping to strengthen the body's natural defences. It is also rich in antioxidants, and has a supportive, restorative effect.
Acerola is known as the "Barbados cherry” and is a climbing shrub typical of Central and South America. Its fruits are used to produce an extract that is extremely rich in vitamin C. Therefore, it is particularly suitable for stimulating the body's natural defences. It also performs an antioxidant action against free radicals.