Black Currant Leaf Uses: What Are Black Currant Leaves For

From gardeningknowhow.com

Black currant (Ribes nigrum), sometimes known as blackcurrant, is a woody shrub native to Europe and Asia. Although this currant plant is grown for its small black berries, it is also highly valued for the leaves, which are said to have great value as a medicinal herb. What are black currant leaves for? Read on and learn about the many black currant leaf uses.

Proponents of the plant claim that herbal black currant leaf may:

  • Boost the immune system
  • Reduce joint or muscle pain and inflammation
  • Decrease the buildup of plaque in the heart
  • Increase blood flow throughout the body
  • Improve eye function, including night vision

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    1. Thanks SeaShell. That is certainly happening here with our NZDSOS Doctors (speaking out with science) who now have an online clinic to help the VXd and with prevention. Will take a look at the doco. x

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