For people whose sense of taste has been disturbed for any reason.
Native to West Africa, Miracle fruit was described as the ‘miraculous berry’ by British Surgeon Dr. William F Daniell in the 1852 April edition of The Pharmaceutical Journal. Miracle fruit contains Miraculin, a glycoprotein that binds to the sweet receptors on the tongue. Miraculin has taste-modifying activity in which metallic, acidic and sour flavours can taste sweet. This may be helpful for people whose sense of taste has been disturbed for any reason (e.g. after medical treatment).