Cornelian Cherry

Cornelian cherry is used as a medicinal base. It matures in September. Small red berries have a sweet, sour-tart taste and lend themselves perfectly to any processing. The useful properties of dogwood in the first place include the huge content of ascorbic acid, which means that the autumn-winter period, with its regular use, will pass without a runny nose. Tea with cornelian cherry is an excellent remedy for sore throats and colds, compote will help with vitamin deficiency, and dried (like fresh) fruits are an excellent prevention against many diseases, they can be consumed daily and “just like that”.


Vol. – 440 gr