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Black Currant

 

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Native to northern Europe and Asia, blackcurrant (sometimes spelled "black currant") is a shrub that produces clusters of tart berries during the summer.

The berries are used in many foods and drinks. Blackcurrants are rare in the United States, however, and growing them was banned for several decades because they can carry a fungus that kills pine trees.

Black currant dried leaf is used for arthritis, gout, joint pain (rheumatism), diarrhea, colic, hepatitis and other liver...
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