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How To Use
Tasmanian Mountain Pepperberry is Australia's call to regular black pepper commonly found in shops. Grind down and sprinkle over everything - that's fish, chicken, red meat, roasted vegetables.
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3x more antioxidants than the common blueberry
High in polygodial which is a natural anti-inflammatory compound.
High in Vitamin E, Zinc, Lutein and Iron, and other essential nutrients.
Tasmanian Mountain Pepperberries has been long used by First Nation People as a medicinal plant.
The berries contain polygodial which may be used to help treat inflammatory issues such as
arthritis and asthma.
Source: Just, J and Jordan, TB and Paull, B and Bissember, AC and Smith, JA,
Practical isolation of polygodial from Tasmannia lanceolata: a viable scaffold
for synthesis, Organic and Biomolecular Chemistry, 13, (46) pp. 11200-11207.
ISSN 1477-0520 (2015)
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