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Buy 2 Get 3rd Free - Maqui Berry Capsules - $126.42 @ Australian Organic Products

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Our latest online deal:

GET 3 x MAQUI BERRY ACTIVE 160 VegeCaps(500mg)FOR THE PRICE OF 2

Each bottle contains 160 capsules (80 day supply)

Benefits Of Maqui Berry
From the nutritional tests that have been performed it has been proven that the Maqui Berry is stronger in antioxidants than Acai Berry, Goji Berry, Noni Berry and Pomegranate Berries* * Test from Brunswick Laboratories measuring antioxidant content in berries and fruits.
The antioxidants in Maqui Berry work with the body to inhibit the damaging effects caused by free radicals whilst overcoming the effects of poor diet, pressures and strains, and general depletion to help the body function healthy and sustainable. It is known to have the highest antioxidant property compared to any other fruits and is high in anthocyanins and polyphenals.

Our Tip:
Pull the Maqui Berry capsule open and..
- Sprinkle the Maqui berry powder over your morning cereals or yoghurt. Simply delicious and so healthy!
- Or add the powder to your smoothies, morning juice or health drinks there is literally no limit to the options on how you can enjoy it!

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closed Comments

  • "The antioxidants in Maqui Berry work with the body to inhibit the damaging effects caused by free radicals whilst overcoming the effects of poor diet, pressures and strains, and general depletion to help the body function healthy and sustainable."

    [citation needed]

  • how much stronger is this compared to Acai berries and how many bottles of Acai bottles can i buy for that price?

    lol feels like a scam…

    • Thanks for making us aware of the mistake. Correct price is $126.42 for 3 bottles, each has 160 capsules.

    • Yeah I love how companies (and I mean any company) that uses "stronger/more/etc than" never say by how much more. It could be a minimal amount that doesn't really make much difference, or not enough difference in comparison to the price difference.

      This isn't just health products limited (although I see this alot), tech companies do it too.

      But I guess that's just marketing.