Where to Buy Purple Corn Supplements



A lot of people are intrigued by a corn that is purple or blue in color and they want to try the product, usually in liquid or juice form. And once they taste it, most of them get hooked. It has a gentle fruity flavor that combines the delicious tastes of peaches, grapes, prunes, kiwi fruit, and a bit of your favorite cola drink, especially when taken ice-cold.

In fact, lots of people swear it’s more delicious than the world’s most popular cola drink!

So, people wonder where they can buy purple corn juice and other supplements like purple corn powder or purple corn capsules. Of course, Purple Corn Glimpses is one source. Simply accomplish the form below if you want to buy it from us. Or, you can try visiting the supplement store or Peruvian food shop nearest you. But chances are, there may not be enough purple corn supplements around your place.

Some of the best sources for Purple Corn Juice come from Peru, though some nearby countries also produce quality blue corns. In Asia, especially in the Philippines, purple corn supplements are seldom available in stores or shops. Instead, you buy them through network marketing dealers or by becoming a registered member of networking companies that sell it.

Purple corn supplements are usually more easily available online, like through Purple Corn Glimpses, and often more affordable than if you buy it in special health supplement stores in malls. And because it is rarely available in stores and shops, it is usually good business offline. Just know where to get it cheaply wholesale, and Purple Corn Glimpses can help you with this.

We can even help you buy raw purple corn for cooking, using it as flavoring for another food product, or for planting. Purple corn is versatile and has a lot of uses for both cooking and health purposes.

Rheumatism and Purple Corn



Rheumatism is often an old-age ailment of the joints and is characterized by sever pain in those areas. It is often seen as a relative of arthritis so that when it attacks the patient suffers from extreme joint pains, often involving the knees but not limited to them. It can also involve the ankles, wrists, knuckles, or even entire leg areas, almost disabling the patient.

Rheumatism is caused by inflammation or swelling and the pain usually worsens during cold weather. It is also worsened when there is too much intake of fatty food and obesity. The heavier a person with rheumatism is, the worse the problems become. Hence, an important part of treatment is diet, exercise, and healthy weight loss.

Rheumatism can be alleviated by pain-killing drugs which doctors recommend. Sometimes, when the pain becomes really unbearable and oral drugs seem ineffective, pain killers are injected. But all these remedies are only possible on doctor’s order.

Purple corn supplements can come into the picture as anti-inflammation or anti-swelling helps. It can also help lessen or sometimes even eliminate pain. With regular intake, swelling can be prevented, and when there is no swelling, the source of pain is stopped. Thus, more and more people testify about the effectiveness of purple corn supplements to suppress rheumatism, especially in tandem with prescription medication.

The best part is that purple corn supplements do not incur side effects. You may take it together with medicines safely, but of course with doctor’s consent–though the natural health  supplement does not have harmful effects. Simply put, it’s just like taking your medicines and then eating corn, or vice versa. To prevent pains like what rheumatism or arthritis give, regularly take 50 ml of it (in juice form, for instance) 3 times a day.

If taken only during pain attacks, purple corn supplement anti-inflammation benefits may take some time before working.

Purple Corn and Arthritis



Arthritis is pain in the musculoskeletal system of the body particularly in the joints. Once you reach the age when this ailment often strikes badly, some experts say the suffering will be for life. But some take pain relievers to lessen their suffering but the unwelcome news here is that some pain relievers or killers have side effects. Purple corn supplements don’t.

In their testimonies, lots of regular purple corn users (like in the Philippines) report major relief from arthritis pains, some even “permanent” disappearance. Some fear that taking any corn supplement may make matters worse because any grain is thought to increase uric acid level in the body, aggravating the painful effects of arthritis.

But first of all, we must understand that grains like corn or even beans per se do not cause uric acid rise. Your fatty food intake does. If you are fond of eating pork and fatty innards like animal liver or gizzard and their fats, then you’re likely to have an increase in uric acid levels. Second, purple corn is no ordinary corn–it is rich in anthocyanin. Anthocyanin in an antioxidant that neutralizes acidity in the body, uric acid included.

Third, anthocyanin in purple corn is powerfully anti-inflammation. And the term arthritis being derived from two Greek words–arthron meaning “joints” and itis meaning “inflammation,” means purple corn anthocyanin is ideal for treating or alleviating pain caused by arthritis. Joint inflammation caused by defective sockets or ligaments can be neutralized with the help of regular purple corn supplement intake.

But purple corn is only a supplement. To treat arthritis, we need proper diet, exercise, and medication. We may even need proper medical diagnosis to determine what causes our arthritis. It may be caused by your genetic makeup, infection or allergies, physically demanding job, previous injuries, autoimmune disease, obesity, or perhaps food. There may be need for specialized drug treatment for your arthritis, and taking purple corn supplements alone isn’t enough.

But to be sure, taking purple corn supps can help. And make sure you have your doctor’s approval for it, though it has not side effects.

Purple Corn and Skin Health



When skin health is mentioned, health experts usually mean the anti-aging effects of a nutrient, like lutein. Lutein is known as a powerful anti-aging catalyst and particularly how it promotes skin health. Medical News Today says lutein specifically helps improve the skin’s elasticity and hydration. Its antioxidant activity can powerful aid in the prevention of skin oxidative damage. Oxidative damage happens when stress and wear and tear begin to take toll on the skin.

Moreover, lutein also aids in protecting oils, lipids, and fats found in the human skin, specifically protecting it from peroxidation. The most common way of supplementing on lutein is taking natural food supplements like purple corn supplements, though lutein can also be applied as an ointment or cream on the skin topically. Many experts maintain that lutein protects the skin from the sun’s UV rays as well as from pollutants found in water and in the air.

Purple corn is rich in natural lutein, making it a good supplement for maintaining skin health and rejuvenation. Particularly, it is good for the prevention of skin wrinkles and dryness which are two of the most decisive factors why people look older or younger than they should. Once wrinkles and dryness set in, the skin begins to lose its luster, smoothness, and youthful look.

Wrinkles and dryness are often the result of too much exposure to the sun, heat, or pollutants that damage skin quality. However, lack of enough healthy amount of sunlight can also sometimes result to dryness and wrinkles. Thus, to balance between the two–lack of and too much sunlight–taking natural supplements like purple corn supplements is highly recommended. Purple corn in Peru is often grown on mountains from 10,000 to 15,000 feet above sea level, exposed to both extremes of too cold a weather condition or too hot. Anthocyanin in the corn, however, protects it from such extreme weather conditions. And the corn supplements can do the same to your skin.

Purple Corn and Liver Cirrhosis



Liver cirrhosis is another deadly killer. It is caused by scar tissue in a badly battered liver. If you abuse your liver function, giving it hard work it is not designed to perform, you damage it severely leading to liver cirrhosis. Is this fatal? Well, it’s among leading causes of death.

What causes liver cirrhosis? First, if you’re fond of eating street food contaminated by the Hepatitis C virus, you’re likely to be candidate. You never know when someone infected with the disease dips his or her street food into the common sauce jar and contaminates it. Or, if you happen to eat in a restaurant where food handling is carelessly done. Or, the injection needle used on you had been used on a person who didn’t know he had Hepatitis C.

Second, if you have fatty liver. Fatty liver is caused by heavy drinking of liquor, especially if this is accompanied by eating of fatty finger food. Most drinkers like drinking with fatty snacks. If they do this often (sometimes even on a nightly basis) liver cirrhosis is likely to set in. And because this disease seldom shows symptoms, it would be too late when they discover the ailment in them.

Third, if you are an alcohol abuser which leads to fatty liver, as already explained.

With the liver malfunctioning, nothing will filter out the toxins and poisons from the food you eat and the toxins produced during digestion. Your blood is likely to be poisoned and along with that, some episodes of high blood pressure and heart  disease perhaps.

Here’s how purple corn supplements can help you.

First, this Peruvian health drink may help you prevent fatty liver.  Purple corn anthocyanin is a good body fat regulator and helps wash out or burn excess fats. Second, it helps detoxify the body of toxins and chemicals induced during digestion. Third, anthocyanin helps invigorate cells in the body that may stabilize body organ health.

But purple corn supplement intake is NEVER a license for you to abuse your liver function. Some people go on abusing their liver because anyway they have purple corn to neutralize the side effects of abuse. Any supplement abused this way will never be effective in the long run. And, liver cirrhosis should be treated with medical science by a medical doctor. So, consult your purple corn supplement intake with your doctor.

Purple Corn and Eyesight



If you have difficulties seeing, maybe purple corn is just what you need. I have heard a lot of testimonies about users getting rid of their glasses because taking purple corn supplements regularly has corrected their eye vision. And why is this so? It’s because this natural supplement is rich in lutein.

Actually, lutein has no direct effect on the eye itself. But many eye vision problems are due to clogged blood vessels to the eyes. Without enough blood circulating to your eyes, your vision is affected. There may be fat deposits blocking free blood flow to your eyes, causing your weak or blurred eyesight. Purple corn anthocyanin and lutein can greatly help here.

Lutein promotes good eyesight because it promotes blood vessel health. Anthocyanin can help flush out clogging in blood vessels while lutein give the vessels firmness and flexibility that prevent obstructed blood flow. Together, they can improve your eyesight. It remains to be seen though if purple corn has beneficial effects against eye cataracts.

Kids’ eyesight is also helped with regular intake of purple corn supplements. In fact, it is a better alternative for synthetic vitamins. If your child already needs eyeglasses to read at an early age, purple corn supplement intakes may help improve or even restore eyesight to normal. The same thing with adults who hope to get some improvements on their vision.

In Word War II, British pilots were said to have been given doses of natural anthocyanin to improve their natural night vision. They needed improved nocturnal eyesight during air strikes or operations done under cover of darkness. Purple corn is rich in anthocyanin!

So, if you have some difficulty reading or seeing, why not try taking purple corn supplements regularly? You enjoy the delicious refreshing taste at the same time that your poor eyesight is remedied. The good news is, it has no side effects.

Best Sweetener for Purple Corn Juice



If you’re buying purple corn juice that is ready to drink, you will want it sweetened. What would be the best option for a sweetened purple corn juice (PCJ)? Even if you’re preparing your own PCJ, you will want to know what the best sweetener for purple corn juice is.


Some PCJ products are sweetened with sugar.  If you are a health buff, white sugar is definitely a no-no. And it will be such a waste of healthy purple corn juice if you just defeat the health purpose by using white sugar which is food for cancer cells and makes you easily susceptible to diabetes. Moreover, white sugar weakens your immune system so you easily get sick. If you have no other option but to use sugar, at least use brown sugar.

Fructose and Corn Syrup

They sound healthy at first–because fructose comes from fruits and corn syrup comes from corn. But remember, these are highly commercialized so that processing them brings in more profits to businesses that use them, rendering them highly unhealthy and even promotes kidney harm and blood sugar level increase. In fact, a lot of health and nutrition experts recommend staying away from them for sweeteners.


Aspartame is a powerful sweetener but a big no-no to health as well. Many health experts say it promotes cancer. Aspartame is used mostly to sweeten softdrinks and artificial powder juice drinks. So, before buying powder “fruit” drinks, see if it is sweetened by aspartame. And definitely, don’t sweeten your purple corn juice with it.


Sucralose is non-caloric so some experts say it is safe. But it is artificial, nonetheless. Anything unnatural has bad health consequences for you sooner or later because our natural bodies are designed to take only natural food.


Stevia is a non caloric and all natural sweetener derived from a South American herb called S. rebaudiana. The sweet leaves may not be as sweet as sugar or aspartame but it is powerfully sweet enough to give your PCJ a good refreshing and healthy sweetness. Stevia is recommended for diabetics with doctor’s approval, of course.