Cherry or cherry fruit, in the region of Indonesia also known as Kersen, is a fruit of tree plants that is generally planted as a hot protective plant. This is because the branches of the cherry trees are very frequent as well as the very dense leaves can melt from the sunlight.
Cherry Fruit has long been known to be edible, and even its fruit has a unique sweetness that many children have liked. Cherry fruit with a diameter of up to 2 cm of fruit is a fruit that is located inside the skin mixed with the flesh. Cherry fruit color when cooked, the thin skin is blackish and shiny red.
Scientific studies have shown that anthocyanins in cherries are also anti-inflammatory, by blocking the actions of the cyclooxygenase-1 enzyme, and 2. Thus, consuming cherries has a potential health effect of reducing the painful taste in chronic diseases such as gout arthritis, fibromyalgia (a painful muscular condition) and sports injuries.
Effects against cancer and aging
Research studies have also shown that antioxidant compounds in cherries also help the human body to fight cancer, premature aging, neurological diseases, and pradiabetes conditions.
Cherries are very rich in melatoninn. Melatonin is an antioxidant that can cross cerebral brain blood barrier easily, and produces a calming effect on the brain's nerves, calming the nervous system irritation, which helps relieve neuroses, insomnia and headaches.
Rich Mineral Essentials
Cherry fruit is also a source of zinc, iron, potassium, and manganese and copper. Potassium is a mineral for a healthy heart, an essential nutrient from cells and bodily fluids that are useful for regulating heart rate and blood pressure.
That is the benefit of cherry fruit for health which is very useful for preventing diseases like the above as a traditional natural treatment. Good to try it yes by eating this fruit without us knowing we have prevented the disease.