Were you looking for information about Acai Berry? Asae is a common misspelling of acai.
Acai berries (and the juice from the berries) are high in antioxidants and have become a popular ingredient in a variety of supplements, health foods, and juice blends. These products are claimed to provide numerous health benefits. "Test tube" studies have shown that acai may inhibit cyclooxygenase (COX-1 and COX-2) enzymes, which could be how it works for arthritis or other inflammatory conditions. However, there is little scientific evidence to suggest that these products really work in humans.
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