Barberry is a subtropical plant with small red fruits and sour taste. The barberry plant grows mostly in European countries, North Africa, the Middle East and Central Asia, and has various parts of this plant, including its roots, bark and fruit, for medicinal purposes. Iran is the largest producer of barberry in the world, and Khorasan province and Ghaenat city, with nearly 97% of the land under cultivation of this product, produces 95% of the world's barberry. Good barberry is bright red. Dark barberry is not fresh barberry and you should be a little more careful in choosing it
|Nutrients||per 100 grams|
|Vitamin E||0.37 milligrams|
|Energy||18 kilo calories|
Treatment of inflammation and infection
Research has shown that barberry has antibacterial and antifungal agents that can treat inflammation and infectious diseases.
Useful for sore throats and colds
The presence of vitamin C in barberry is useful in treating colds and sore throats.
Improve digestion and eliminate diarrhea
The high amount of fiber in barberry can digest the material faster in the body, and the antibacterial and antifungal properties of barberry also help treat diarrhea.
Control Blood Sugar Spikes
Moderate consumption of barberry can control the sugar in saliva and thus help control blood sugar in diabetics.
Cholesterol level control
Dietary fiber in barberry is very effective in controlling unnecessary cholesterol in the large intestine. Barberry raises good cholesterol.
Improves blood flow and detoxification
Barberry is an effective factor in optimizing blood flow in the body by relaxing blood vessels. Another property of barberry is better liver function, which detoxifies the blood.
Treatment of anemia and eye health
The vitamins in barberry solve the problem of iron deficiency in the body. The presence of vitamin C in barberry is also effective in vision and eye health.