Serviceberry Freeze-Dried Powder




Serviceberry Freeze-Dried Powder, 2 oz. Wild Harvested Berries

Shadbush (serviceberry) is a relatively small bush, the leaves, fruits, and bark of which contain a large amount of vitamins and beneficial minerals. The plant is well tolerant of drought, cold, and undemanding to soils. It grows quickly and bears fruit every year.

For the berries to benefit the human body, we pick them only after they are fully ripe. Their composition contains glucose, sucrose, phytosterols, B vitamins, ascorbic acid, and fiber. These substances improve digestive processes while eliminating avitaminosis and enhancing the body’s resistance to viral and pathogenic microorganism attacks.

Serviceberry, which looks similar to currant, is very pleasant to taste. These are used to make jams and marmalades, juices and sauces, marshmallows, wine, and pastry fillings.

If there is no possibility to use fresh berries, you can always go with freeze-dried serviceberries picked in an ecologically clean area of Siberia, which have preserved all their useful nutritive properties. Freeze-dried serviceberry powder can be used to make smoothies and milkshakes, added to porridge, baked goods, frosting, and cream, as well as to simply decorate and vitaminize any of your dishes.

Healthy benefits of serviceberry:

  • Serviceberry fruits contain vitamin C, a powerful antioxidant that helps strengthen our immune system and help our bodies deal with infections. It is also responsible for bone and connective tissue health.
  • Another important component is vitamin P, also known as rutin, which belongs to the group of flavonoids. If you have fragile capillaries which cause rapid bruising of the skin, it is worth paying attention to this substance. The combination of vitamins C and P makes serviceberry one of the best choices for obtaining rutin.
  • Serviceberry is also rich in B vitamins, B2 in particular, which is involved in energy metabolism, protects red blood cells from destruction, protects the retina from ultraviolet radiation, as well as enhances the acuity of color and light perception.
  • Finally, the berries are full of pectin, a natural polysaccharide that supports the GI tract. Consumption of pectin-containing foods (including pears, plums, and other fruits and vegetables, as well as natural marshmallows) promotes gentle and regular bowel movements by stimulating peristalsis.

The consumption of serviceberry is believed to:

  • slow down the aging process;
  • lower blood pressure;
  • reduce “bad” cholesterol;
  • normalize heart function;
  • soothe the nervous system;
  • improve eyesight;
  • regularize the intestines;
  • relieve varicose veins;
  • boost the immune system;
  • strengthen capillaries;
  • enhance lung and bronchial function.

Traditional remedies:

Recipe for a healing drink: Pour 200 ml of boiling water over 3 tablespoons of serviceberry powder. Cover the container with a lid and leave for 2 hours. Take 70 ml half an hour before a meal in the morning, at lunch, and in the evening. Recommended for intestinal disorders.

In winter or spring time of the year, serviceberries are also recommended to be brewed in combination with rosehip fruit to replenish vitamin deficiency.

Experience and enjoy Russian cherries loaded with micronutrients!

Some ideas for recipes with our berries powder:

Banana raspberry smoothie.

Strawberry Cheesecake Recipe

Our Berry Version of a Delicious Macarons Recipe.


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