An evergreen shrub (Aristotelia chilensis) native to Chile and Argentina, bearing edible purple berries used to make juice and wine.
An ornamental Chilean plant (Aristotelia chilensis, family Elaeocarpaceae) of the same order (Malvales) as the linden tree: fiber from its bark is used for stringing native musical instruments, and its purple berries are made into a medicinal wine.
American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
Maqui Sentence Examples
While claims state that clinical studies show the numerous benefits of Maqui juice to be true, no clinical studies are cited.
Along with the growing popularity and hype surrounding the benefits of Maqui juice, scams to bilk consumers of their hard-earned cash have also emerged.
It is not unusual to find websites offering free trials for Maqui juice.
Out of all the claims made about the Maqui berry, some of them are true.
While fresh picked Maqui berries are full of healthful nutrients, the nutritional benefits may be diminished in processing even though Maqui juice and supplements are manufactured following strict FDA guidelines.