Aronia is a deciduous genus of plants, the most common chokeberries, in the mint family, Rosaceae, native to the eastern North America and much more commonly found in damp moist
Aronia is a polyphenol (PPh) which is an essential nutrient that is required by the bodies for normal function. It helps in maintaining and producing healthy skin, hair, nails and
Aronia is an uncommon berry with a complex history. From the earliest recorded use, it was called, “pomegranate,” which was perhaps meant to imply the dark purple fruits it contained.