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Its fruit is very wholeasome, disagrees with few, and is particularly well adapted, either fresh or cooked, to form part of the cooling diet requisite for health in very hot weather. The mechanical action of its seed has a most beneficial effect in exciting the bowels. Some bilious persons say they find benefit from eating a few ripe red currants a short time before breakfast, and that the practice tends to prevent bilious attacks during the hot weather, when currants are in season.
Incredibly rich in numerous health benefiting phyto-nutrients and anti-oxidants, black currants are indeed one of the very popular summer season berries. Currants are native to central and northern europe and siberia.
Currant is a small shrub belonging to the family of grossulariaceae. In general, currants grow best in regions where summer is humid but winter is severe and chilling. It is a fast growing, deciduous, small shrub reaching about 5-6 ft tall.
During each season, the shrub bears pendulous chain of small berries. The fruit has size of about 1 cm in diameter, very dark purple, almost black, with a glossy skin and a persistent calyx at the apex, and containing 3-10 tiny seeds.

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