The Purps Proprietary Organic Purple Life Formula is harvested from this earth,
non-GMO and formulated with a purpose using six purple superfruits from around the world.


  • Organic Mangosteen

    The purple mangosteen (Garcinia mangostana) is a beautiful heart-shaped superfruit derived from a tropical evergreen tree indigenous primarily to Southeast Asia. Mangosteen, especially its deep purple outer rind, is rich in polyphenols, including xanthones, flavonoids and mangostin.

  • Organic Maqui Berry

    Maqui (Aristotelia chilensis) is a purple berry derived from small evergreens indigenous to the rainforests of Chile and Argentina. To the eye, maqui is similar to a blueberry, but to the palate tastes more like a blackberry. Maqui is rich in mixed polyphenols, including anthocyanins, quercitin, delphinidins.

  • Organic Açaí Berry

    The açaí berry is derived from the açaí palm (Euterpe oleracea) indigenous to Central and South America. To the taste buds, açaí triggers a taste reminiscent of a blend of blackberry and blueberry, with a hint of chocolate. The whole berry is high in polyphenols, including anthocyanins, flavonoids and proanthocyanins.

  • Organic Blackberry

    The blackberry (Rubus spp) is an aggregrate fruit cultivated primarily in Oregon and Mexico. Aside from its flavor-packed punch, blackberries are a rich source of polyphenols, including ellagic acid, quercetin and anthocyanins. Blackberries are also high in dietary fiber, vitamin C, vitamin K, folic acid and manganese.

  • Organic Blueberry

    Blueberry (Vaccinium spp) are flowering plants cultivated primarily in the United States and Canada. The blueberry pigment is a deep blue with hints of purple, with a flavor profile, well let’s see, like blueberry. The whole berry is a rich source of anthocyanins and resveratrol.

  • Organic Grape

    Grape is the fruiting berry of Vitis spp Grapes are cultivated throughout the world and known for their sweet taste. The whole fruit is a good source of anthocyanins and resveratrol, which are associated with the long-standing French Paradox.