This amazing berry fruit looks a lot like a cherry which grows primarily in Asia and Latin America — although, if you’ve ever heard of a strawberry tree, that’s an American name for it.
Aratiles or commonly called as Kerson Fruit has the amazing capacity to fight gout-related problems, risk of heart attack, inflammation, blood pressure and even simple headaches.
What researchers and nutritionists are now finding, like with so many other “unknown” fruits, is that there are some amazing health benefits packed into this little berry — benefits that act as preventatives and curatives.
If you have a strong interest in sustaining a program of nutritional health, you will be interested in this list of 5 important uses of the Kerson Fruit, as well as uses for its leaves and flowers.
- Has antibacterial properties.
- It is great for headache relief.
- Helpful for those with diabetes.
- It has antioxidants.
Source: Nation's Press