Gooseberries, like all berries, are very useful for health, they are fruits full of vitamins and minerals. Vitamins C, A, P, B vitamins, folic acid, iodine, potassium, calcium, sodium, manganese, iron, zinc, cobalt, copper, phosphorus, also contain tannins and pectin, citric and malic organic acids, flavonoids, serotonin.
Thanks to all the components of the gooseberries they have the following positive effects on the human body: it strengthens the blood vessels; improves memory, delays the development of sclerosis; eliminates harmful salts of heavy metals; inhibits the growth of tumors; reduces high blood pressure; cleanses the body of excess cholesterol; improves the functioning of the kidneys, liver and bladder, as they act as a diuretic, laxative and choleretic agent; stops bleeding; accelerates recovery in various inflammations; normalizes the metabolism; and strengthens the immune system.
Gooseberries can be used in different ways, for example if you suffer from anemia or periodic bleeding, you should take a mixture that contains honey and redcurrant juice. You can consume a currant drink without the addition of honey in case you want to eliminate radionuclides or other harmful substances from the body.
Halved gooseberry juice with water is a great way to quench your thirst and improve your metabolism.
With frequent constipation it is advisable to drink a decoction of currants 4 times a day. This is very simple to prepare: a spoonful of fresh berries is poured into a saucepan, then 200 ml of boiling water is poured into the pan, the mixture is kept on medium heat for about 10 minutes, after which it is cooled to temperature ambient and filtered.
A decoction of gooseberry can be used when unbalancing the menstrual cycle, as well as heavy bleeding during menstruation.
Fresh redcurrants are very effective in perfectly strengthening the immune system, cope with low hemoglobin and cause you to lose some extra pounds.