Hawthorn Berry Tea With Dried Berries

Hawthorn Berry Tea With Dried Berries – Hawthorn has a long history of use in traditional Western herbalism and is loved for its closeness to the heart. red berries

Has been an ingredient in jams, wines, desserts and candies for centuries. A member of the Rosaceae family, hawthorn is a large shrub covered with sharp thorns. Sometimes spelledhawthorne, the berries are picked fully ripe in autumn before the first frost. Hawthorn berries are often macerated in herbal vinegars and syrups, used in an infused tea, or used to make tinctures.

Hawthorn Berry Tea With Dried Berries

Hawthorn leaves, flowers and berries have been prized for their heart-lifting properties for centuries. Believed to lift and strengthen the physical and emotional heart, hawthorn was also revered for ceremonial and spiritual purposes as it supported healthy cardiovascular function. The aromatic red berries have been used in candies, jams, jellies, wines and desserts and are widely available in many forms as dietary supplements.

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A thorny shrub or tree with stems and trunks of hardwood and gray bark, often with three-lobed leaves and white flowers similar to other families in the Rosaceae family, and bright red berries. About 280 types are known, several of them are used in traditional medicine and can be used interchangeably. General,

Comes from the Greek word “kratos” meaning hardness and referring to wood, “oxcus” meaning “sharp” and “acanta” meaning thorn. In several European countries, notably Germany, hawthorn was used as a hedge, “haw” being an old term for “hedge”. This shrub was also called “white thorn” due to its light bark.

Most of the hawthorn grown commercially comes from the UK and other countries such as Albania, Bulgaria, Romania, the former Yugoslavia and Poland. Harvest flowering branches in spring, as all parts (leaves, twigs, thorns, flowers) can be used for fresh infusions. Or, if drying, discard stems and thorns. It is best to collect the berries in autumn when they are fully ripe and before the first frost.

Hawthorn has been used since the Middle Ages, with some records dating back to the first century Greek herbalist Dioscorides. It was later used by the Swiss physician Paracelsus (1493–1541 AD). Considered a particularly symbolic tree with many folktales and magical myths surrounding it, the hawthorn was a “sacred tree cure” for the ancient Druids and was said to house fairies, especially when grown with oaks and ash trees. However, they failed to bring the flowers home, perhaps they would have brought the fairy tales with them. Hawthorn branches and flowers were included in wedding bouquets at Greek weddings to represent virginity and prosperity, and were used to decorate the garments of worshipers of the goddess of marriage, Hymen. In Ireland, couples who wanted to be blessed by the hawthorn would dance around it at their weddings. Branches were attached to cribs to protect newborns from evil, and were used to decorate mats for May Day or Beltane ceremonies, celebrating fertility and renewal. The flowering of this tree coincided with the first day of summer, which happened in May.

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In traditional European medicine, all parts of the tree were valued and used: leaves, berries, flowers and wood. The flowers have been used as a tonic and diuretic, and the berries and leaves have been made into an astringent tea to soothe the throat. Bright red luxurious berries are also made into delicious brandy. Additionally, the wood was carved into smaller objects such as boxes and combs and burned as fuel to produce very hot wood.

Hawthorn or “shanja” has been used in TCM since ancient times, but most historical uses have until recently been associated with digestion. It is associated with the Spleen, Stomach, and Liver meridians and exhibits sweet and sour tastes. Today, it is also used to support the cardiovascular system, and in fact, the berries are so popular in China that they are made into hawthorn candies similar to Western “fruit rolls.”

Hawthorn is considered by many herbalists to be a wonderful tonic for the heart. However, its effects on the heart are many. Many people find hawthorn to be transformative for the emotional or spiritual heart as well. Herbalist Matthew Becker says that hawthorn is especially beneficial for women who are “broken-hearted,” meaning women who are “wounded and hurt.” Flowers and leaves are often used to make flower essences to solve emotional problems. Hawthorn is considered energetic and slightly warm with a sour and sweet taste.

Precautions Be aware that hawthorn berries sometimes develop a white coating on the berries. This is natural sucrose that ripens in the outer skin. It is recommended to consult a qualified physician before using herbal products, especially if you are pregnant, nursing, or taking any medication.

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