(Rubus fruticosus L.)
The blackberry fruit is a berry of pleasant taste, which is beneficial for the digestive system. Poured with wine and sweetened with natural sweetener, it strengthens the weak stomach. It is a very useful fruit for the nutrition of children and convalescents. It has a low calorific value and 100 g has only 48 calories. It contains 84.7 g water, 1.2 g protein, 8.6 g carbohydrates (sugar), 1 g of fat, minerals (189 mg potassium, 44 mg calcium, 30 mg phosphorus, 30 mg magnesium, 3 mg of sodium) , vitamins (vitamin C 17 mg), malic, tartaric and citric acid, tannin and mucus.
The healing properties of blackberries raw fruit (such as jam) relieves diarrhea. Juice or syrup is a very good remedy for cough, while syrup helps with high temperature, refreshes and invigorates (recommended 1-2 cups a day). Tea made from dried fruit makes it easier to cough up mucus, a tea of dried young leaves of blackberry is used as a remedy for inflammation of the mucous membranes in the digestive organs. Blackberries and blackberry wine are indispensable for anemia.