The fruit, leaves and stalks of blackberries contain a large number of substances that have a strengthening and healing effect on the human body. Moreover, people have noticed this fact for a long time. Mention of the properties of a wonderful plant is found in the works of ancient Aesculapius. Recent studies have shown that daily consumption of berries in the season improves blood supply to the vessels of the brain. For young people, this berry stimulates mental activity, for older people, it prevents the development of sclerosis.
The content of vitamins in blackberries (per 100 g of edible portion):
- Vitamin B1 – 0.03 mg
- Vitamin B2 – 0.04 mg
- Vitamin B3 – 0.40 mg
- Vitamin B5 – 0.24 mg
- Vitamin B6 – 0.058 mg
An interesting taste is obtained by mixing blackberries with other berries. Blackberries are often used, especially in desserts, as a colouring substance. It is used when preparing sauces and marinades for meat, fish, mushrooms. Blackberries are well suited for freezing, which allows you to enjoy fresh berries full of vitamins throughout the winter.
The berry strengthens the immune system, has anti-inflammatory and antipyretic effects.