The aronia berry is a versatile fruit. Not only does it contain important nutrients; it can also be used as a dye. Hardly any other fruit is as versatile as this miracle berry.
The aronia berry belongs to the Rosaceae family, which means it isn’t actually a berry in the traditional sense of the word. It’s a pome. If you cut the berries open, you’ll see their similarity to an apple. Their small seeds are arranged symmetrically around the centre.
The aronia berry is still relatively unknown in Germany. Its effect on the human body is said to be a real miracle.
The first signs of the berry’s healing effects were demonstrated over 50 years ago in the former Soviet Union, where numerous studies and clinical trials yielded promising results for a wide range of illnesses and strains.