Other FormsBlack Cherry Extract
Black cherry is another name for wild cherry. It is a member of the Rosaceae family. Black cherry originated in North America but is now cultivated in Europe. The stem bark can be used for medicinal purposes. The stem bark contains prunasin and tannins. Black cherry has demonstrated expectorant, astringent, sedative, and antitussive effects. This means it is commonly used for colds. It can also be used in formulas for digestive disorders.
Black cherry is also used in food and beverages as a flavoring agent.
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Cautions Do not use during pregnancy.