Things to know about cranberry
Experts are carrying out studies that cranberry, a food rich in antioxidants, prevents cancer cells from growing and developing. Thanks to the organic acids it contains, cranberry helps to dissolve fat, making it easier to lose weight. Also rich in antioxidants such as saponin, tannins and verbenalides, this fruit provides relief in all smooth muscle groups by reducing secretions.
It grows in the cool and continental climate of the northern hemisphere. In addition to utilizing the benefits of consuming the fruit, sticks and canes can be produced from the bark, paint from the leaves, which are very hard and dense, and branches. Due to its beautiful appearance, it can be used as an ornamental plant in gardens.