Arctic raspberry berry.
Arctic raspberry berry, field workers (because it grows in the meadows) - one of the most delicious northern berries, which in ancient times, farmers harvested and brought to the master`s table.
These berry liked the princes and their children, and hence came the name - Arctic raspberry.
Arctic raspberry berry contains carbohydrates, organic acids, volatile, flavonoids, tocopherol, alkaloids, pectin and tannins, trace elements. Berry has unmatched sweet taste and aroma, as it contains Vitamin C, sugar and essential oil, due to which emits a magical aroma.
In addition to great taste, arctic raspberry has a number of medicinal properties.
Its leaves have long been brewed and drunk for colds, coughs, sore throats, catarrh of the upper respiratory tract, it helps in asthma and scurvy.
Arctic bramble leaves have tonic properties, wound healing and anti-inflammatory.
Traditional medicine uses the leaves for lotions, are preparing infusions, tinctures and ointments.
Arctic bramble berry juice is useful in anemia, anemia, improves metabolism, strengthens blood vessels.
Arctic raspberry berry is also called the pearl of the people of the tundra, polar pineapple.
Of its berries are preparing jams, jellies, jams, desserts, fruit drinks, drinks, cordials, liqueurs and other tasty piece.
A peppered Arctic raspberry sugar is stored for quite a long time, and all of its beneficial properties are maintained.
Site is not a guide to self-medication. Before using certain recipes require mandatory consultation of the doctor!
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