These fruits save thousands of people from the most insidious disease – Rapid regeneration of body tissues..

These are wild fruits, small, elongated, red in color, with a sweet-sour, tangy taste. They grow in the autumn, in bushes, on the edge of forests, in hilly areas. They ripen in the period from August to October and are a real deposit of vitamins. Their regular consumption strengthens our bodies and protects us from the inconveniences ‘bundled’ with the cold season.

Cornelian cherries – what they contain Cornelian cherries contain more vitamin C than lemons, vitamin P, calcium, iron, magnesium, organic acids, sugars, tannins, essential oils, water (83%). They are not consumed in large quantities (they create that ‘puckered mouth’ sensation), because excess can cause bloating or even nausea. There are many therapeutic indications for the consumption of cornelian cherries.

Health benefits:

  • they have astringent and antimicrobial properties, treating dysentery, diarrhea, enterocolitis, easing symptoms in case of food poisoning;
  • additionally recommended in treating intestinal parasites;
  • immune stimulants, making the body more resistant during the cold period;
  • improve vision, through the lymphatic drainage effect at the head level and by improving peripheral circulation; – have a general tonic and energetic effect, being very useful in states of chronic fatigue, for improving memory, attention, and concentration ability;
  • improve the balance of blood sugar levels and regulate the feeling of hunger, as well as the state of weakness induced by hypoglycemia;
  • positively influence all endocrine glands, improving the general state of the body; – improve adaptation to stress;
  • prevent the formation of kidney stones;
  • accelerate metabolic processes, being helpful in weight loss regimes; – improve the use of minerals in the body;
  • increase fertility;
  • balance blood pressure in hypotensive individuals;
  • have an energizing effect, stimulating appetite and combating anorexia or lack of appetite;
  • due to their content of plant antioxidant pigments, cornelian cherries prevent heart diseases, dyslipidemia, type II diabetes, macular degeneration in the elderly, preserve vision, have an anti-aging effect, improve skin condition;
  • have hemostatic properties, being used to stop nasal bleeding, eliminate bleedings of all kinds;
  • have a beneficial effect on the disease called vitiligo (caused by cerebral lymphatic stagnation and impaired pituitary function), due to balancing blood circulation and lymphatic drainage, especially at the head level; – have a febrifuge effect, being beneficial in reducing fever and chills in case of high body temperature.

Contraindications: Cornelian cherries are contraindicated for people with insomnia and those who suffer from stomach acidity.

NOTE: The article is provided for informational purposes and does not replace the advice of a medical specialist