Chances are, if you live in the U.S. and Europe, you may not have heard of Camu Camu (Myrciaria dubia, sometimes also referred to as cacari and camocamo), a small orange-red fruit, similar in size to that of a large cherry, with a tart flavor. The camu camu tree grows along Amazonian riverbanks in South America, and due to rapid perishability, you’re not likely to find it at the supermarket. Camu camu is perhaps most well-known for its power-house of vitamin C content, which even exceeds that of acerola cherries. When combined with the water from our Aging Younger water ionizers it multiplies in power to improve health. Tune in for: THE REST OF THE STORY.