cornelian cherry


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Wikipedia.

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.
..... Click the link for more information.
.
Enlarge picture
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.
References in periodicals archive ?
Cornelian cherry significantly increased expression of PPAR[alpha] in the liver compared to all other groups, and this effect was independent of the provision of cholesterol rich or standard feed.
The addition of cornelian cherry significantly decreased the MDA level in group CHOL + CM compared to group CHOL, although it was still higher than in group P.
Cornelian cherry significantly reversed the increased serum level of IL-6 caused by the administering of cholesterol (Fig.
Administering both cornelian cherry and simvastatin significantly prevented the formation of atheromatosis in the thoracic aorta.
About medicinal aspects of fruit and its application in ethno-pharmacology or novel medicine, the published reports have listed various and multifunctional characteristics for cornelian cherry.
Table 2: Plasma lipid profile of animals fed cornelian cherry fruit, supplemented in daily meal.
Table 3: Plasma cortisol, T3 and T4 levels of animals fed cornelian cherry fruit supplemented in daily meal.
It was concluded that cornelian cherry fruit supplementation has hypolipidemic effect via decliningtotal cholesterol and LDL-C levels.
How would I describe the taste of cornelian cherry preserve in the recipe on Page 104?
Department of Agriculture recommends planting the cornelian cherry as far north as Zone 4.
Organic growers will take pleasure in noting that the cornelian cherry is largely pest-free and not subject to the same diseases as the American dogwood.
Like the Arnold Promise witch hazel, an ice or snow storm, frigid winds or other (typical) New England spring weather enhances the blooming display of the Cornelian Cherry rather than damages it.