Blackberry (Rubus)

Blackberry, scientific name Rubus fruticosus belong to the rose family (Rosaceae). Blackberries are a popular berry fruit in the southern United States and other parts of the world due in part to its flavor and nutritional properties. They are juicy fruits, which are in the form of a group of small berries growing in bushes or vineyards climbing.

Blackberries contain numerous bioactive phytochemicals including polyphenols, flavonoids, anthocyanins, salicylic acid, ellagic acid, and fiber. Anthocyanins in blackberries are responsible for their rich dark color.

Cyanidin-3-Glucoside is the predominant anthocyanin in blackberries.


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1. Antioxidant

Blackberry is rich in antioxidant with high content of anthocyanin. Study showed that consumption of blackberry juice led to an increase in plasma antioxidant capacities. This effect was more associate with the increase in the ascorbate level.

2. Relieve Anxiety and Induce Sleep 

Rubus fruticosus exhibit central nervous system (CNS) depressant effects showing symptoms of relaxation or decreased activity.

Study showed that a dose-dependent CNS depression was observed in the forced swimming test in animal model. Animal fed with raspberry fruit exhibit longer immobility duration than other plant parts (root, leaves, stem) indicate CNS depression-like effect.

Improved digestion

Blackberries are an excellent source of insoluble fiber. Fiber plays an important role in the digestive process by increasing the bulk of stools to make them easier to pass. A diet high in fiber can ease constipation.

Anti-diabetic Effect

Blackberries may support body’s ability to manage blood sugar levels thanks to their rich polyphenol content combined with their contribution of fibre and naturally low sugar content. Blackberries has positive impact on insulin resistance, thus beneficial for diabetes management


  • Use in food and beverage
  • Ingredient in health supplement

Blackberry (Rubus) Standardized Extract Powder

  • Rich in phytonutrient
  • High in antioxidant
  • High in fiber
  • Drain Health
  • High in antioxidant
  • Rich of Vitamin C
  • Good for immune system
  • Scientifically tested
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  1. Neuropharmacological effects of methanolic extracts of Rubus fruticosus L.DOI:10.3906/sag-1211-1 
  2. Antioxidant Status in Humans after Consumption of Blackberry (Rubus fruticosus L.) Juices With and Without Defatted MilkDOI: 10.1021/jf8026149