If you've ever eaten ripe elderberries or made elderberry jam, syrup or wine, you'll be familiar with the taste of a sharp, sour, but refreshing. According to tradition, these dark, purple fruits strengthen a person's immune system. New evidence suggests that this is true – and the research explains how.
Elderberries really have antiviral properties and explains the reason for a new study.
Black-aged Sambucus nigra is a widespread shrub that is widely spread across Europe and North America.
Traditionally, people use both old flowers and fruits to make seasonal drinks or jam. </
In late spring or early summer, many people harvest old flowers to give fruit juice, while elderberry harvests are seen in late summer or early autumn when fruit ripens.
Harvest time because uncooked, immature apples may be toxic. Historically, individuals have reported cases of elder poisoning, which may be due to very early harvest or inappropriate preparation.
For example, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recorded fewer cases than the least. 11 people who became ill after drinking blueberry juice from the same group.
The report explains that the bushes içer contain fresh leaves, flowers, shells, young buds and roots, a bitter alkaloid and also a glycoside. under certain conditions, it can produce hydrochloric acid, a type of cyanide.
However, elderberry drinks and desserts continued to form a familiar kitchen base in many communities.
These researchers applied to cells at very different stages of the flu cycle, including before and during infection with the influenza virus.
Scientists have determined that phytochemicals – natural, plant-derived substances contained in elder serum contain ver mild inhibitory effect Bilim. The influenza virus was about to infect a cell.
However, when a cell was already infected, the same chemicals were significantly effective in preventing the spread of the virus.
Ph This observation was quite surprising and quite important, because blocking the viral cycle in several stages makes it more likely to prevent viral infection, liy says co-author Peter Valtchev, Ph.D. The researchers, as well as the application of elderberry solution, their response to the attacking virus of the cells.
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