Blåbær

Blåbær
Blåbær (Vaccinium myrtillus) er lave buske (i familie med tyttebær), der vokser vildt i de nordiske skove og på fugtige heder. Planterne er løvfældende med små, lysegrønne blade og får små, hvid- grønne krukkeformede blomster med et svagt lyserødt skær. Bærrene er blå eller næsten sorte og dækket af et vokslag, der giver skindet en lettere dugget overflade. Frugtkød og saft er stærkt rødt i farven. Smagen er mild og aromatisk. Anvendes til desserter, i kager og til syltetøj.
Bæret indeholder C-vitamin, karotin, jern og magnesium.
Bæret anvendes i naturmedicin, og menes at have en lægende og desinficerende virkning. Kogt blåbærsaft er blevet anvendt mod diarré. Til gengæld kan blåbærets farvestoffer være skadelige, hvis man spiser for store mængder.
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