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Health Benefits of Mulberries

Native to China, mulberries have long been used in folk medicine to treat a variety of illnesses, according to an article publishe...
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What are the Health Benefits of Blackberries?

Blackberries grow naturally throughout much of the United States. In fact, they were a staple in Native American diets for thousan...
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Blackberry Brandy Calories

Blackberry brandy is brandy-based liqueur that has been flavored with blackberries and sugar. It can be drank by itself or incorpo...
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How to Freeze Raspberries and Blueberries Properly

Dark-colored berries -- including raspberries and blueberries -- are among the best dietary sources of disease-fighting antioxidan...
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How Do Blueberries Affect Your Body?

Blueberries, famous in modern times for their high antioxidant content, were also prized by Native Americans, who dried them and c...
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What Nutrients Are in Blueberries?

Blueberries have long been a part of the American diet; they were domesticated in the early 1900s and used in folk medicine as a c...
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Cranberries for Frequent Urination

Frequent urination may be attributed to numerous conditions. Cranberries can be an effective treatment, but only when related to ...
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Lisinopril & Hawthorn Berries

Lisinopril is a prescription medication for lowering high blood pressure and improving symptoms of congestive heart failure. Hawth...
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What Kind of Acid Is in Strawberries?

Strawberries contain five different acids: citric acid, ascorbic acid, malic acid, ellagic acid and pantothenic acid. The total am...
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Do Cranberries Promote Acidic Urine?

Those round, red, tart cranberries can make your mouth pucker. While you may know them as a popular side dish on the Thanksgiving ...
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