The benefits of cherries

It is now the peak sea­son for the ripen­ing of sweet cher­ries. These berries are not only tasty, but also heal­ing. Cher­ry is rich in var­i­ous vit­a­mins, min­er­als and nutri­ents. Thanks to this, cher­ries can be con­sid­ered a med­i­c­i­nal food prod­uct.

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Sweet cher­ry excel­lent life­saver for con­sti­pa­tion. Due to the high fiber con­tent, the fruits stim­u­late impaired gas­tric motil­i­ty, improve diges­tion. There­fore, they are used for intesti­nal atony and oth­er dis­eases accom­pa­nied by slug­gish peri­stal­sis. Sweet cher­ries con­tain few organ­ic acids and there­fore do not cause heart­burn in gas­tri­tis with high acid­i­ty.

Cher­ry juice is very use­ful. Thanks to the con­tent of sal­i­cylic acid, which has an anal­gesic effect, it can alle­vi­ate the suf­fer­ing of peo­ple expe­ri­enc­ing attacks of rheuma­tism, arthri­tis and gout.

Cher­ries are also rec­om­mend­ed for peo­ple who have acne on the skin. This prob­lem may be due to the accu­mu­la­tion of var­i­ous poi­sons in the body. Con­tained vit­a­mins and min­er­als cleanse the blood of tox­ins and harm­ful bac­te­ria.

Dark maroon cher­ries are use­ful in ane­mias due to the high con­tent of iron. It helps to enrich the blood with oxy­gen, pre­vent weak­ness and lethar­gy.

For prob­lems with blood ves­sels and the heart cher­ry is sim­ply irre­place­able. Sat­u­rat­ed with potas­si­um, it is very use­ful for those suf­fer­ing from hyper­ten­sion and oth­er car­dio­vas­cu­lar dis­eases. Dark red cher­ries con­tain carotenoids, which, togeth­er with antho­cyanins, strength­en the walls of blood ves­sels in ath­er­o­scle­ro­sis. Coumarin com­pounds low­er the blood clot­ting thresh­old, pre­vent­ing the for­ma­tion of blood clots and plaques.

But you should refrain from using this berry for dia­betes and intesti­nal paten­cy dis­or­ders.

Source: Home Doc­tor mag­a­zine

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