cornelian cherry


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cornelian cherry:

see dogwooddogwood
or cornel
, shrub or tree of the genus Cornus, chiefly of north temperate and tropical mountain regions, characteristically having an inconspicuous flower surrounded by large, showy bracts which are often mistaken for petals.
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cornelian cherry

cornelian cherry

Edible dogwood tree fruit, look like cranberries with lots of medicinal health qualities. Look out goji berry! Used in Europe as sauce for pastry filling and even wine. Let sit in bowl for few days, they turn to cranberry mush that tastes very delectable. It helps hold in fluids, making it useful for excessive urination, incontinence, excessive sweating, menstrual bleeding. Also good for sore backs, bronchitis, dizziness, lightheadedness,overworked, burnout.
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This raises the question of whether the cornelian cherry is one of the anthocyanin rich fruits and whether its health benefits are similar to other berries.
We found significantly lower concentrations of either IL-6 or TNF[alpha] in both the cornelian cherry and simvastatin groups when compared to the cholesterol-treated rabbits.
found that cornelian cherry powder at a dose of 1 g/kg b.
To summarize, we have shown loganic acid to be a predominant constituent of the cornelian cherry and demonstrated the pronounced protective qualities of the cornelian cherry regarding diet-induced hypertrigliceridemia and the development of atherosclerosis through the activation of PPAR[alpha] receptors in the liver.
Piorecki Narcyz contributed in providing cornelian cherry fruits and in critical revision of manuscript and its approval to be submitted.
A comparative study on the in vitro antioxidant potentials of three edible fruits: cornelian cherry, Japanese persimmon and cherry laurel.
Amelioration of obesity and glucose intolerance in high-fat-fed C57BL/6 mice by anthocyanins and ursolic acid in cornelian cherry (Comus mas).
Active Compounds of Cornelian Cherry Fruit (Cornus mas L).
Antioxidant capacity of cornelian cherry (Comus mas L.
The effects of cornelian cherry on atherosclerosis and atherogenic factors in hypercholesterolemic rabbits.
Physico-chemical and antioxidant properties of cornelian cherry fruits (Comus mas L.
Antioxidant, toxicity, and iridoid tests of processed Cornelian cherry fruits.