About Wild Apple

What secret lies behind the fruit that cannot be rotten

divlja jabuka 1This apple species was almost extinct in Germany, Switzerland, and Austria because it is not valuable in the woods, both as a tree and as a fruit. Romania is the only country that intentionally plants wild apple. They grow these trees because of the strong winds that blow on the Carpathian Mountains, and they are only to survive in this harsh climate. By some miracle, this species remained in Serbian territory. It is also present in Macedonia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Bulgaria, but there is no other country where the wild apple grows better.

A very interesting fact is that the wild apple cannot be rotten or worm-eaten because of the acid which is both a natural preservative and protection from flies and worms. Although this type of apple is not edible, occasionally its frozen fruit on the ground becomes a real treat for the starving forest animals.

Unlike its domestic relative, wild apple has 8 to 10 percent of sugar, and the concentration depends upon many factors; from the year, the amount of precipitation, altitude, etc. Because of the low sugar level which does not interrupt the process of making amino acids, wild apple with its abundance of wild yeast keeps „living“ even in packages of Života’s products. That is why he calls these produces „living fluids“.

divlja jabuka– Wild apple is a self-sufficient species. It contains everything within itself for survival. That is why it has an incredible content and efficiency. No need to say that the wild apple does not have to be sprayed, which is very important in the time where many domestic fruits are excessively sprayed with chemicals. „Although we cannot see the effects of this problem now, in about fifty years it may come to shocking and dangerous consequences. People mostly don’t read the user manual when they buy insecticides and other chemicals, but when you find a dead sparrow beneath a cherry you have sprayed with an agent purchased in the agricultural pharmacy, it is clear that there is a larger problem than the proportion or concentration of the liquid. I believe that this kind of agent should not even be available for sale“, warns Života and claims that we should have more confidence in the knowledge transferred throughout generations than in the products imported from abroad. Života himself saw the power of this homemade remedy, but only the analysis taken in the USA encouraged him to research more about amino acids present in the products made of wild apple. Then, he found out that the essential amino acid arginine has four atoms of nitrogen, while all others have one or two. Nitrogen is essential for healing injuries.

– We know that if the medicine can stand directly to the injured tissue, the healing is guaranteed, which is why our products work so good“, says Života and explains that his produces in form of extract, elixir, and tea registered as supplements are not available for sale in pharmacies. The reason for that is the need for increasing price in order to cover the expenses of distribution and product placement in pharmacies. Unfortunately, such price would limit the availability of this remedy to the most customers in Serbia. For now, the purchase is possible only via internet. Života claims that these products are easier to represent abroad, and in recent future, most of his extracts, teas, and elixirs for external use as tissues will be available for sale in numerous countries all around the world. Still, there is more in this story about wild fruits and cure remedies.

divlja jabuka– Our plan is to one day make these remedies of other wild fruits. We want to make an elixir of wild blueberry, for which we currently run necessary tests abroad since such technology is not available in Serbia. On the other hand, the last quality analysis was made in the USA, because of the easiest approach to the person who could help - Carmen Johnston, the most famous expert for apple vinegar, a professor working on State University in Phoenix, Arizona. She studied our wild apple two years ago and the results were so inspiring that Carmen decided to look for state funds in order to finance the research of Serbian wild apple at the university where she works. The last time we heard from her was in August 2017, and these resources were still unavailable. In any case, I have learned so much from her. Five years ago, when this remedy healed me from a virus, my knowledge about wild apple were scarce, but in the meantime I learned a lot from true experts, so now I can say I am a true professional“, says Života while emphasizing that he got the greatest help on a local level from the doctor Panajotović who worked for a long time in Serbian Ministry of Health.

Thanks to his knowledge and experience in processing wild apple, Života has a unique opportunity to participate in shaping the scientific work about the wild apple characteristics. He is hoping that one day, after the research completion, this work could be published in a scientific journal. If he succeeds in that, he believes that Serbia could jump high in academic circles, which would open new business horizons as well.