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Mulberry
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Mulberry

The benefit of the mulberry tree mankind has been feeling for more than four thousand years. This is exactly the plant, thanks to which the world famous ancient Chinese silk appeared. In the East, this tree is still considered sacred, and in Jericho, they say, today you can see the mulberry, under which Jesus was sitting.

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White currant

The colorless berries belonging to the Gooseberry family, which are a well of vitamins and microelements, are known to everyone as white currant. These are fruits that have found their application in various fields - from the food industry to the pharmaceutical and cosmetic industries.
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Black currant

Black currant is a storehouse of vitamins and useful microelements. Its berries are especially valuable because they contain vitamin C, which affects the growth and repair of cells in the human body. It is advisable to eat currants in a fresh form, it is also possible to make drying from it, from which you will get rich and aromatic tea or compote.
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Cranberry

Cranberries are one of the most nutritious berries that tolerate low temperatures. No wonder its usual habitat is the northern regions. The beneficial properties of this red gift of nature are known in many countries. It is valued for its ability to maintain its energy composition even during prolonged storage.
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Red currant

Red currant is a small-sized shrub whose leaves fall in winter. He belongs to perennials, and his closest relative is gooseberries. Unlike blackcurrant bushes, these are taller, as if reaching up. Every year, new shoots grow, which strengthen the shrub and take the place of dying branches, but over time they begin to grow worse.
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Cherries

Cherry is one of the earliest fruiting crops of the late spring or early summer, which pleases with its sweet taste and vibrant appearance. Cherry is also called bird cherry. Biological description Sweet cherry belongs to the pink family. This tree, about 10 meters high, is one of the oldest woody plants.
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Bird cherry

Probably few know this, but bird cherry is extremely useful for the treatment of various diseases, and its smell helps to get rid of ticks. The thing is that the flowers and leaves of this plant contain a huge amount of substances with antimicrobial, antibacterial and antiparasitic properties.
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Goji berries

A few years ago, when the Internet was full of low-quality advertising, and women bought weight loss programs in the style of "lose 100 kilograms in 1 hour," a unique product came into the market - goji berries. To the layman they seemed a universal remedy for everything: starting from excess weight, ending with the pathological condition of the vessels.
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Wild strawberry

Strawberries have gained a reputation for being a rare delicacy. Only 3 weeks a year, you can see it packaged in plastic cups on the spontaneous market. The ripening period of both wild and cultivars is identical, so the population is trying to grab as many berries as possible in a short time. Strawberries are ahead of strawberries in several ways.
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Elder

Elderberry belongs to the branchy shrubs of the family Adoksy. Since ancient times, elderberry has been used as a medicine in medicine, as an ornamental plant in gardens and as a culinary ingredient in dishes. It is used even as a means in the fight against rodents. Even in ancient Rome and ancient Greece, the plant was grown for the preparation of medicines.
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Sea buckthorn

The birthplace of sea buckthorn is considered the highlands of the Himalayas. Locals lovingly call these trees "holy fruit." In China, the benefits of these berries have been known for 12 centuries. And according to the Mongol legend, Genghis Khan and his army used these berries before each victorious battle. The uniqueness of these fruits is known today.
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Rowan

Mountain ash is a beautiful curly tree that stands out in winter among the snows with its scarlet berries. Mountain ash is often called a health tree. Fresh rowan berries are tasteless: they are bitter. After the first frosts, the bitterness of the fruits is significantly reduced, and they become a favorite treat for birds. That is why this tree is also popularly called "birders."
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Olives

Olives have long taken pride of place in the national cuisines of many peoples of the world. In our country, olives appeared relatively recently, so the debate does not subside around them. They have an interesting piquant taste, which is difficult to describe even for an experienced taster: they simultaneously contain bitterness and sweetness, sour and salty notes.
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Strawberry

Strawberries are considered one of the most popular berries. Due to its shape resembling a heart, it is associated with love and passion. It is very useful due to the large number of vitamins and minerals contained in it. In addition, it is often used for weight loss, there is even a special strawberry diet, which is great for those who want to lose some weight during the period when the strawberries bear fruit.
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Blackberry

It refers to shrubs that bloom for many years. Wild blackberry is extremely common in temperate latitudes and in the north of Eurasia. It grows especially willingly in forests in the forest-steppe region. Garden blackberries are very rare, so in order to get this berry, you just have to wait until it grows in natural conditions.
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Blueberry

Blueberries have become a fetish in the modern culture of healthy eating. The berry is added to vitamins, biologically active additives, promising that its composition and useful properties will make eyesight sharper, the waist thinner, and the brain more active. Is this really so, and what does a blueberry really hide in itself? Product History Blueberry history begins in North America.
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Barberry

Barberry refers to shrubs (some species - to small trees), which is found in Europe, North America and even Eastern Siberia. These are mainly artificially grown trees that are bred in gardens. General characteristics These are mainly semi-evergreen (with partially falling leaves) plants with branches growing at an acute angle.
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Blueberries

Blueberries are the “queen” of the northern latitudes. It includes about 100 species of various blueberry shrubs and trees. Its distribution range is very wide: it grows in the forest-tundra, taiga, coniferous forests and sphagnum bogs of Europe and Asia, in the mountains of the Caucasus. Blueberry, or myrtle, is the most common species of this genus.
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Schisandra

We call this plant lemongrass, the Chinese call it "wu wei ji", which translates as "a plant with five flavors." In lemongrass berries you can really taste the classic tastes: sour, bitter, sweet, spicy and salty, and their eastern sages associate with 5 elements: wood, fire, earth, metal and water.
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Honeysuckle

Some gardeners do not even realize that most of the charming plants decorating the area around the house are not just beautiful decorative greenery, but the most natural pharmacy. Perhaps many people know what the honeysuckle looks like, they recognize the sweet aroma of its flowers, but they don’t even realize how much benefit (not only in terms of decoration) this plant can bring.
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Mulberry

The benefit of the mulberry tree mankind has been feeling for more than four thousand years. This is exactly the plant, thanks to which the world famous ancient Chinese silk appeared. In the East, this tree is still considered sacred, and in Jericho, they say, today you can see the mulberry, under which Jesus was sitting.
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