Description

Rubyberry Freeze-Dried Miracle Fruit® Cubes can make sour-tasting food and drinks taste sweet.

Miracle fruit contains Miraculin, a taste-modifying protein which activates the taste receptors on the tongue.

For those looking to improve their taste issues:

Some people experience a metallic or bland taste after Medical treatment, Rubyberry® may help food become tasty again.

How Miracle Fruit works:

Miracle fruit contains Miraculin, a glycoprotein that binds to the sweet receptors on the tongue - a property that's potentially helpful for people whose sense of taste has been disturbed for any reason (e.g. after medical treatment).

Miracle fruit is highly perishable. Once picked, the fruit may only last 2 to 3 days depending on temperature.

Freshly picked fruit can be frozen and stored for 3 to 4 weeks. Freeze-drying is the only method that allows Miraculin to be preserved for commercial shelf-life.

Miraculin's duration of benefit may be reduced if it is taken with meals that are hot in temperature or contain highly acidic ingredients.

Learn more here

Directions

Place 1 whole Cube (or a 1/2) on the tongue, it will melt quickly, no need to chew. As you eat various foods, the noticeable change in taste can last for up to 2 hours. Duration may be reduced with hot or very acidic food.

Warnings

Use as directed

Ingredients

100% Miracle Fruit

Miracle fruit (Synsepalum dulcificum) is a plant native to West Africa.

It was described as the 'miraculous berry' by British Surgeon Dr. William Freeman Daniell in the 1852 April edition of The Pharmaceutical Journal.

The taste-modifying activity of Miracle fruit was used by the West Africans who consumed the fruit before eating food which had started to sour, or before drinking fermented sour palm wine.

Storage

Miracle Fruit Cubes are freeze-dried to retain their effectiveness. Reseal the pack immediately with the silica gel pack inside. Store in a cool, dry place.

$26.49
Rubyberry Miracle Fruit Cubes 10 Pack
Size: 10 Pack
Description

Rubyberry Freeze-Dried Miracle Fruit® Cubes can make sour-tasting food and drinks taste sweet.

Miracle fruit contains Miraculin, a taste-modifying protein which activates the taste receptors on the tongue.

For those looking to improve their taste issues:

Some people experience a metallic or bland taste after Medical treatment, Rubyberry® may help food become tasty again.

How Miracle Fruit works:

Miracle fruit contains Miraculin, a glycoprotein that binds to the sweet receptors on the tongue - a property that's potentially helpful for people whose sense of taste has been disturbed for any reason (e.g. after medical treatment).

Miracle fruit is highly perishable. Once picked, the fruit may only last 2 to 3 days depending on temperature.

Freshly picked fruit can be frozen and stored for 3 to 4 weeks. Freeze-drying is the only method that allows Miraculin to be preserved for commercial shelf-life.

Miraculin's duration of benefit may be reduced if it is taken with meals that are hot in temperature or contain highly acidic ingredients.

Learn more here

Directions

Place 1 whole Cube (or a 1/2) on the tongue, it will melt quickly, no need to chew. As you eat various foods, the noticeable change in taste can last for up to 2 hours. Duration may be reduced with hot or very acidic food.

Warnings

Use as directed

Ingredients

100% Miracle Fruit

Miracle fruit (Synsepalum dulcificum) is a plant native to West Africa.

It was described as the 'miraculous berry' by British Surgeon Dr. William Freeman Daniell in the 1852 April edition of The Pharmaceutical Journal.

The taste-modifying activity of Miracle fruit was used by the West Africans who consumed the fruit before eating food which had started to sour, or before drinking fermented sour palm wine.

Storage

Miracle Fruit Cubes are freeze-dried to retain their effectiveness. Reseal the pack immediately with the silica gel pack inside. Store in a cool, dry place.