Hawthorn is the name of a deciduous tree in the Rosaceae family. The tree’s scientific name is Cr...
Hawthorn is the name of a deciduous tree in the Rosaceae family. The tree’s scientific name is Crataegus spp., but it's also known under a variety of common names, including May-tree, thornapple, and quickthorn. Hawthorn mainly grows in Europe, and can also be found in Asia and North America.
Parts Used: Berry Certified Organic Country of Origin: Hungary
Uses and Benefits:
Balancing cholesterol levels
Hawthorn Berry is the source of:
Hawthorn has been used in traditional European medicine for centuries, both as a heart tonic and to support healthy circulation. Moreover, Hawthorn berries are used to cope with various digestive disorders. In addition, folk healers have used Hawthorn berries to calm the nerves.
Hawthorn berries are found to have nerve soothing properties, as well as a positive effect on cholesterol levels. A variety of studies confirm other valuable properties, including supporting heart health and stabilizing circulation. It's also commonly used to deal with digestive problems.
The botanical name Crataegus comes from two Greek words: “Kratos” (strength) due to the strength of the wood, and “akis” (sharp) due to the thorns of some Crataegus species.
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