Maqui Berries are small, dark berries, similar to better-known blackberries, that grow natively in the temperate rainforests of Chile. The fruit is touted as a "superfruit" rich in antioxidant anthocyanins and other phenolics.
The oil is a dark green liquid that, similar to other plant oils, is loaded with unsaturated fatty acids (86%) such as nourishing oleic acid (33%) and barrier-repairing linoleic acid (46%). We could not find any other research-verified info about Maqui Oil, though some websites claim that it is rich in Vitamin E and is generally a strong antioxidant oil.
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- Brauch, J. E., et al. "Detailed analyses of fresh and dried maqui (Aristotelia chilensis (Mol.) Stuntz) berries and juice." Food chemistry 190 (2016): 308-316.