wild strawberry


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wild strawberry

wild strawberry

Pretty darn easy to recognize. No poisonous lookalikes. They love clay soil. Beautiful ground cover, naturally high in sodium. Strawberries have white flowers. (there is a flavorless impostor with yellow flowers, but still edible) Leaves are also edible eaten raw, steamed, or made into tea, which is used for stomach problems, blood purifier, kidney stones, jaundice, heavy menses, kidney/bladder problems, gout, diuretic. The roots can be chewed as a toothbrush, and made into tea for gonorrhea, stomach problems or heavy menses. Seeds contain anticancer ellagic acid, which is best released in blender.
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Customers travelling with Norwegian this autumn can now purchase the Wild Strawberry flavour sweets, priced at 3, on all short-haul flights departing from the UK.
In the future, consumers could benefit from the knowledge gained and genes provided by this new wild strawberry.
The wild strawberry is closely related to important food crops such as apples, peaches, pears and raspberries, as well as cultivated strawberries, so its gene map will help breeders of these plants to produce new varieties, the researchers said.
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As wild strawberry leaves are widely used by the general public as a herbal tea in Croatia, researchers became curious about their potential health benefits.
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Available in wild strawberry and vanilla, the smaller line is aimed at the on-the-go market and is also targeted at kids, whereas it was originally positioned for adults.
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