Cranberry is a medicinal plant
Cranberry is a group of evergreen stellate shrubs growing on the bogs of the Northern Hemisphere of the Earth. These plants are valued for their edible fruits – cranberry berries. They have a lot of useful substances, which is why they are considered medicinal.
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Cranberry berries contain a huge amount of useful substances, because of what the people called the plant called acid medicine. They include berries in the group of vitamins A, B, C, K, as well as potassium, calcium, phosphorus, sodium, magnesium, iron, zinc, iodine, manganese and other useful substances.
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Thanks to such a variety of vitamins and minerals berry cranberries, their use brings to the body a huge benefit:
– strengthening the immune system,
– elimination of radioactive substances
– increase of elasticity of vessels,
– removal of stones in the kidneys,
– prevention in the fight against cancer.
They use these berries to treat colds, scurvy, hemorrhoids, varicose veins and other diseases. And juice is used as a rejuvenating agent, accelerates the healing of burns and morning, and also helps with headache, herpes and fungus.
How to use
The most benefit can be obtained with the use of raw berries, but the fruits of the cranberries are quite sour, so not everyone will have to taste it. Therefore, berries are mostly made with jam, juice, juice or jelly.
Cranberry is a very useful medicinal plant whose berries are used for the treatment of diseases and the general health of the body. However, collecting berry cranberries in swamps is a rather difficult occupation. Therefore, special plantations have been created, on which the large-browed cranberries are known, known in that they have inside the cavity with air. Thanks to her, the berries are well kept on the water, which makes their collection a rather simple occupation. Cranberries are processed by special harvesters, resulting in ripened berries being torn off and remaining floating on the water.