Who doesn’t know the small, red vinegary taste of cranberry berries – the fine, evergreen shrub; in Poland one can find wild bogberry.
Cranberry is a rich source of natural vitamins and minerals.
In folk medicine cranberry is used as anti-inflammatory medication, whereas the cranberry juice, like red wine neutralizes the action of free radicals.
|Oxycoccus Palustris||Cranberry oil is an emollient lubricant and anti-inflammatory agent. It contains essential fatty acids which prevent the skin from becoming dry. It contains special anti-oxidants.|
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