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Delicious and 100% natural - packed with nutrients and bursting with flavor

Hand Picked in the Mountains

of northwest Montana and Idaho

Wild Mountain Huckleberries

One of Mother Nature's finest creations - no other berry compares - taste the difference!

The best creations demand the best ingredients

Explore the amazing world of the elusive and mystical huckleberry

  The huckleberry is a small round berry found in the North American and European continents, on the lower slopes of mountains. The delicious fruit grows on a relatively short shrub. Less than 5 mm in diameter, the colors of the berries can differ from bright red to dark purple to blue. Huckleberries are slightly similar to blueberries in appearance but have a completely unique taste. Many consider them to be the most flavorful berry of all. They provide food for many mammals, including grizzly bears and humans. Studies have rated huckleberries as number 1 in antioxidant activity, when compared to 40 other fruits and vegetables.

 Nutrition & Health Benefits of Eating Huckleberries

One serving of wild huckleberries has more antioxidant power than any other fruit or vegetable, thus helping a person to fight against aging, cancer and health diseases. Huckleberries aid pancreas in digesting sugars and starches. Since the berries are high in iron, they help in building blood. Huckleberries are used in preparing packs for relieving running sores, eczema and skin disorders. They are associated with lowering cholesterol; protecting against heart disease, muscular degeneration, glaucoma, varicose veins, hemorrhoids, and peptic ulcers; and healthier elimination. Being a good source of vitamin B, huckleberry supports and speeds up the metabolism rate, keeps skin and muscle tone healthy. It improves immune system function, promotes cell growth and division and helps in preventing pancreatic cancer. Since it is high in vitamin C, the berry protects body against immune deficiencies, cardiovascular diseases, prenatal health problems, and eye diseases. It also helps in protecting the cells against the damaging effects of free radicals and prevents premature skin wrinkling. The tea made from dried huckleberry leaves proves helpful in case of poor starch digestion. The berry ensures proper functioning of nerve and muscle tissues, such as the heart and skeletal muscles, due to its high content of potassium. The potassium in huckleberry regulates water balances and eliminates wastes. Clinical studies show that huckleberry promotes eye health, especially in case of diabetic patients. It fights infections, promotes insulin production and treats urinary tract infections. Huckleberry It acts as a laxative and treats diarrhea naturally.

Nutritional value of one ounce of huckleberries:

Nutrients / Components

Carbohydrate. 2.4 g

Protein. 0.1 g

Water. 25.4 g


Vitamin A. 22.1 IU

Vitamin C. 0.8 mg

Niacin. 0.1 mg


Calcium  4.2 mg

Iron. 0.1 mg

Sodium. 2.8 mg