Saw Palmetto Berries are a dark-purple to black berry that is rich in fatty acids and phytosterols.
Serenoa repens is a small fan palm native to the southeastern United States. Also referred to as sabal, saw palmetto berries were once a food source for the Seminole people who also employed the dried reddish-black fruits for their wellness-supporting properties. The berries are considered energetically pungent, sweet, and warming.
Saw palmetto berry is often used as a tonic to support the functioning of the male reproductive system and can be decocted or macerated as a liquid extract.
They are often used in formulas to promote prostate health.
1 oz dried berries