Cherry

(Prúnus cerásus)

Cherries are eternal source of beauty and inspiration. These sweet and sour berries, which really should be called fruits, inspired writers, artists and poets. Nevertheless, these tasty and elegant berries have much to offer not only to the servants of art, but gourmets: cherries are not only pleasant summer greetings in winter, but also a delicious source of biologically active substances and vitamins, human body needs.

The value of cherries approved scientists, doctors and nutritionists, so far cherries in America proclaimed as a miracle cure: excellent prophylaxis against many diseases and skin aging; cherries contain antioxidants that fight against various diseases and have the ability to neutralize radicals, dangerous to human health. Therefore, Very Berry proposes to enjoy cherries not only in the summer, but timely prepares these miracle fruits for the winter and offers cherry juice, syrup and juice drink!

  • refresh and nourish the skin, tighten enlarged pores, reduce oiliness of the scalp
  • appease
  • prevent arthritic and muscle pain
  • reduce the risk of heart diseases, cancer and diabetes
  • destroy Staphylococcus and Streptococcus
  • improve appetite
  • help to fall asleep
  • wonderful prophylaxis against aging

The regular use of cherries helps prevent and recover from illnesses such as:

  • kidney disease
  • constipation
  • dysentery

Avoid excessive consumption of cherries in the case of:

  • increased gastric acidity
  • stomach ulcer
  • acute gastroenteritis
  • diabetes
  • chronic lung diseases
  • obesity
  • Cherries contain 19 times more beta-carotene than blueberries or strawberries
  • In pharmacy cherry syrup is used to improve the taste of medicines;
  • Considered an exalted plant, Japan gave the United States 3,020 cherry blossom trees, in 1912, as a gift of their growing friendship. These trees were planted in Manhattan in Sakura Park
  • In America, Cherry received the title of “America’s Super Fruit”, and in February the National Cherry Month is celebrated.