Many gardens are planted with gooseberries. There is the popular red and the more flavorful black. The currant leaves are often neglected after the fruit has been harvested. However, our grandmothers found in these leaves healing powers against colds and inflammations of the body, or to improve digestion. And all it takes is a little. Pick blackcurrant leaves, dry them in a well-ventilated place, and store them for the winter. They can be made into a tea or mixed with other herbs. Not only is it delicious, but it also has many health benefits. The juice and jam of the ripe fruit are not at all inferior. Raspberries and blackberries are also popular garden plants.

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Their fruits are especially loved by children. Housewives also make various desserts and ice cream with raspberries. However, few people know how healthy its leaves are. A tea made from the dried leaves is especially appreciated by pregnant women. Drinking it regularly reduces pain and speeds recovery after childbirth. Care must be taken when picking blackberry leaves. Raspberry leaves are smooth and white on the underside, whereas blackberries have small thorns. For this reason, it is advisable to wear gardening gloves.

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At the end of May, black elderberries bloom in the garden. This shrub is covered with small white leaves. Its strong fragrance cannot be ignored. And for human health, both the dried flowers and leaves are very beneficial. Thanks to its composition, it acts on all problems of blood circulation in the treatment of varicose veins and respiratory system. Hidden under the name Vitamin P is a group of substances that effectively counteract toxic substances in the body. This miracle of nature is often used in the form of teas, syrups, and decoctions. It can also be inhaled for colds. It is also used as a gargle for sore throats. It is also used as a poultice for sore lower limbs. Cosmos is a popular flower. The washed inflorescences are coated with flour, beaten eggs, and breadcrumbs and fried in oil. More skilled gardeners also use cosmos in nasal drops, shampoos, and face masks.