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What Wild cherry Is:

The white blossoms are gorgeous, the fruit is delicious, and the red-tinged wood makes beautiful furniture. But let's not neglect the utility of the smooth bark of this indigenous North American tree, also called black cherry or, because the fruit can taste a little on the sour side, chokecherry (although those in the know use that name for an even sourer species, P. virginiana). Native Americans made a tea from the bark to curtail diarrhea and soothe lung afflictions. The remedy was good enough for early Americans to include wild cherry in many cough elixirs.

The bark of this plant is the part that is used medicinally. Wild cherry has anti- tussive, expectorant, astringent, nervine and anti-spasmodic properties.

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Wild cherry is used to treat irritating, nervous and continuous coughs. It can be of value in the treatment of whooping cough and bronchitis.



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