Blood Orange

Blood Orange

Blood orange extract is derived from blood oranges, a variety of orange with crimson, blood-coloured flesh. This unique colour is due to the presence of anthocyanins, a family of antioxidant pigments common in many flowers and fruits, but rare in citrus fruits. Blood oranges have a unique flavour profile compared to other oranges, with a distinctly rich citrus taste that has hints of raspberry. 


  • Like most citrus fruits, blood oranges are rich in vitamin C which can play a crucial role in immune function, collagen synthesis, and iron absorption.

  • Blood oranges contain anthocyanins, a type of flavonoid with antioxidant properties that may help combat oxidative stress, inflammation, and may have protective effects against heart disease.

  • It may contribute to cardiovascular health due to its potential to lower blood pressure and reduce LDL cholesterol levels. 


Remedy Switchel ACV Blood Orange
Remedy Sodaly Blood Orange


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