Camu Camu (myrciaria dubia) is a shrub native to the Peruvian Amazon, which grows wild in flooded alluvial soils during the rainy season. It is found mainly along the Putumayo, Ucayali and Amazon rivers, and its tributaries. Camu Camu is a fruit with a pleasant acidic taste, similar to cherry and lemon. The main characteristic of the fruit is its high content of vitamin C (antioxidant). Camu Camu, compared to other tropical fruit such as orange, provides 3000 to 6000 mg of vitamin C per 100 g of pulp, or between 57 and 114 times more concentration than orange.