Aronia Melanocarpa (Black Chokeberries)
The only fruit of the forest that has the ability to remove heavy metals from the body. The daily consumption of black chokeberries is believed to have positive influence on stomach, protecting it from problems and diseases of the digestive system. The high antioxidant level of these berries reduces blood clots and cardiovascular diseases. Black chokeberries fruit contains vitamins A,B1,B2,B3,B5,B6,B9,C,E ,K,P. The most important of this fruit is the incomparably high content of vital polyphenoles vitamin P. In the international pharmaceutical plant scale of 1-5, Black Chokeberries belongs to 1.
It’s used for the treatment of diabetes, hypertension, cholesterol, various cardiac problems, urinary inflammations, at chemo and also for radiation protection.
The fruit is considered extremely beneficial for the human body as follows:
1. Is a rich source of antioxidants
2. Helps in heart diseases
3. Preventively regulates blood pressure (hypertension)
4. Have anti-inflammatory properties
5. Reduces blood sugar levels
6. Assists in the production of good cholesterol (HDL)
7. Protects the urinary system
8 .Improves digestion
9. Enhances memory
Antioxidant properties of Black Chokeberries and benefits for the human body
1. Normalize blood pressure
2. There have been clinical trials that helps fight hypertension
3. Prevents and treats a variety of cardiovascular diseases
4. Strengthens connective tissues
5. Lowers the levels of stress hormones
6. Has strong antioxidant action
7. Increases the vitality of the body, overcomes the nerve disorders and fatigue, stimulates the regeneration of muscles and tissues, blood formation and metabolism.
8. Has antiseptic properties. Is a powerful tool for fighting the flu virus. The high content of iodine will benefit the growth of children
9. Relieves from bronchitis
10. Is beneficial for pregnant women, children, diabetics, athletes and for patients who undergo complex treatments
11. Treats urinary infections
12. Used in gastritis, bleeding, anemia and rheumatism.