Related to the raspberry, the wineberry fruit is sour and packed with antioxidants.
Wineberries are purple-pink in color and have a similar appearance to blackberries or raspberries. They’re native to Northern China and have been grown for centuries. Otherwise known as Rubus phoenicolasius, wineberries are known to be an invasive weed in many places. They’re frequently found growing wild in woods, forests, wetlands, and gardens.
Health Benefits of Wineberry:
Wineberries are a great source of fiber, water, and antioxidants. Their nutrient composition allows them to be associated with reducing free radicals, promoting optimal digestion, and possibly reducing blood sugar levels.
How To Use:
They’re delicious as is, but can also be added to salads, baked into desserts, or turned into jams or jellies.
Always be sure to check with your physician before deciding to add any natural home-remedies to your diet.