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# Activity Chemical Low PPM High PPM StdDev *Reference
0 PROANTHOCYANIDIN-B2-3'-O-GALLATE Leaf 3.0 25.0 *
0 TARTARIC-ACID-CAFFEOYL-ESTER Fruit 15.0 20.0 *
6 TARTARIC-ACID Fruit 15.0 20.0 -0.66 *
2 NEO-CHLOROGENIC-ACID Fruit -- 20.0 *
60 SELENIUM Stem -- 18.0 1.92 Pedersen, M. 1987. Nutritional Herbology. Pederson Publishing. Bountiful, Utah. 377 pp.
176 QUERCETIN Fruit 0.5 16.0 -0.72 *
39 NIACIN Fruit 3.0 15.4 -0.61 USDA's Ag Handbook 8 and sequelae)
0 BARIUM Fruit 0.66 15.4 -0.51 *
68 RESVERATROL Fruit -- 13.3 *
4 TIN Stem -- 12.0 0.71 Pedersen, M. 1987. Nutritional Herbology. Pederson Publishing. Bountiful, Utah. 377 pp.
12 COPPER Fruit 0.7 11.6 -0.09 *
31 THIAMIN Stem -- 11.0 0.37 Pedersen, M. 1987. Nutritional Herbology. Pederson Publishing. Bountiful, Utah. 377 pp.
34 MYRICETIN Fruit 1.0 9.3 0.4 *
24 CHROMIUM Stem -- 9.0 0.47 Pedersen, M. 1987. Nutritional Herbology. Pederson Publishing. Bountiful, Utah. 377 pp.
0 LEAD Fruit 0.02 9.0 0.04 *
0 TITANIUM Fruit 0.11 7.7 -0.58 *
15 LUTEIN Fruit 0.7 7.0 -0.23 *
15 RIBOFLAVIN Stem -- 6.9 -0.49 Pedersen, M. 1987. Nutritional Herbology. Pederson Publishing. Bountiful, Utah. 377 pp.
0 PROANTHOCYANIDIN-B1-3-O-GALLATE Leaf -- 6.0 *
0 VITAMIN-B-6 Fruit 1.0 6.0 USDA's Ag Handbook 8 and sequelae)
*Unless otherwise noted all references are to Duke, James A. 1992. Handbook of phytochemical constituents of GRAS herbs and other economic plants. Boca Raton, FL. CRC Press.