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Even consumed in small quantities, blackcurrant is a treasure trove of benefits for our health. It is among the fruits richest in vitamin C at a rate of 150 to 200 mg per 100 grams, also in antioxidant vitamin E. Its fiber concentration and calcium, magnesium and potassium content are also important. Its tangy flavor, very aromatic, and its colorful juice allow original and fragrant preparations. Blackcurrant has recognized medicinal properties. It owes the black color of its berries to anthocyanin pigments which give it the power to increase visual acuity. Recommended for intestinal problems, it supplements gastric juices when taken after meals. Its juice is part of anti-rheumatic and anti-drip cures. It is recommended for sore throats and swelling of the tonsils. It protects the circulatory system.
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