Cranberry, also known as cranberry, cranberry, cranberry, its name comes from the original name "Herbberry", because the flower of cranberry is very similar to the head and mouth of the crane. It is a common name for the genus Rhododendron, a genus of the genus Rhododendron, which belongs to the genus Oxycoccos (also known as the genus Artemisia scoparia). The species of this subgenus are evergreen shrubs, which are mainly grown in the cool zone of the northern hemisphere. in. Flowers dark pink, racemes. Red berries can be eaten as fruit. It is a bright red skin, growing on the vines of the vines, growing in the cold North American wetlands, less than 40,000 acres in the global production area, high-quality cranberry contains air, can float on the water. Cranberry is a natural antibacterial health care fruit. It is the best natural food therapy for preventing and treating various bacterial infections, urethritis, cystitis and chronic pyelonephritis in women's daily urinary system. Cranberry is one of the few crops that can grow in acidic soils. They need a lot of water. Once a branch begins to grow, it will continue to grow for many years. Some branches can grow for 75 to 100 years and can also produce results.
Cranberry is a small round berry that grows on the vines with a bright red skin and flesh. Leaves evergreen shrubs, erect or climbing, sparsely attached, 2-6 meters high. Less branches, slender branches, young branches without hair, old branches purple brown, multi-protrusion lenticels. Leaves scattered, leaves leathery, oblong or long-ovate, 14-21 cm long, 4.5-8.5 cm wide, apex acuminate or short-tailed, base sately sately sate into sate into It does not rewind, when dry, the surface is gray-green, glabrous, the back is yellow-brown, and the appendages are glandular short hairs. The midribs are raised on both sides, the lateral veins are 9-12 pairs, rising to the edge netting, slightly protruding on the surface or Slightly subsided, protruding on the back, the mesh veins slightly protruding on both sides; petiole thick and short, round, ventral surface without grooves, 3-6 mm long, no hair.
Flower racemes short, axillary, ca. 3 cm, ca. 6-7-flowered, sessately glabrous; stalk length 0.9-1.2 cm, glabrous; sepals and bracteoles absent; calyx glabrous, sepals 5, triangular-ovate, ca. 3 mm, glabrous; corolla shortly campulate, yellowish white, 6-11 mm long, ca. 6 mm in diam., glabrous. Shorter than the corolla, the filament is flat, no hair, the back of the drug room has 2 stretches, and the length of the drug tube is 1.5 times that of the drug room.
The fruit berry is spherical, purplish red, 6-9 mm in diameter; the fruit stem is 1.5-2 cm long. Flowering period from September to October, fruiting period from November to August.
Cranberry contains vitamin C, flavonoids and other antioxidants and rich pectin, which can improve beauty, improve constipation, and help remove toxins and excess fat from the body. Cranberry juice can effectively inhibit Helicobacter pylori, resist bacterial stomach ulcers, and has a strong antioxidant effect, which can lower low-density cholesterol and triglycerides, especially suitable for women. Drinking more than 350 ml of cranberry juice or cranberry nutrition supplements every day is very helpful in preventing urinary tract infections and cystitis. Cranberry is a red berry mainly produced in North America and other places, rich in antioxidant polyphenols. Previous studies have shown that proper consumption of cranberry has the effect of enhancing immune function and preventing urinary tract infection.