There are little red diamonds everywhere, or at least in our jams. What exactly are they? Wild strawberries,alpine strawberry, fragaria vesca, or in other words red diamonds are significantly smaller than professionally grown strawberries, but they’re also far sweeter and more delicate, with each one containing the essence of a strawberry in a tiny little vessel, The volatile content of wild strawberry (Fragaria vesca) fruit differs from that of cultivated strawberry (Fragaria vesca), with more strong and fruity scents.(Urrutia et al., 2017) It’s Wild strawberry jam But not just any peanut butter and jelly filling will do. A jam created from rare miniature strawberries grown in a small corner of the high-altitude Black Sea plateaus along the Black Sea’s southern shore, which has endemic geography, after a lengthy struggle and care. From the initial snap of the lid twisting open to the last frantic scrapes at the bottom of the glass jar, it erupts with an incredibly sweet scent. Also, remember to remove the final sticky remnants off the edges, using your finger if necessary. Take a deep breath and thrust your nose in for one final inhalation. Wild strawberries are and will likely continue to be a treat, as they are difficult to gather and even more difficult to locate in a store.
What is our difference on wild strawberry jam? One word naturalness, We don’t use any artificial flavorings or sweeteners because we’re following conventional ways. We make our jam with only beet sugar and lemon juice, following the traditional process and with 80 percent wild strawberry content so you can get the most out of the scent and aroma. Wild strawberry jam from Garisar is a fragrant, thick, sticky, and tasty original Black Sea condiment with a sweet and fruity flavor profile. This flexible meal enhancer stands out because to its gorgeous hue, thick consistency, creamy texture, and delightful scents, which are made using a carefully selected blend of fresh strawberries and wild strawberries. This flavor has an unusual name, but it has a delicious flavor. Our original Garisar’s Homemade Wild Strawberry Jam is made with beautifully sweet sun-ripened wild strawberries, which are the star of the show. Our wild strawberry jam is delicious over ice cream, on shortbread, or on your next slice of toast. Our wild strawberries are chosen and slowly cooked to maximize flavor. Each jar contains a taste of early summer, a healthy dose of wild nature, and possibly a few childhood memories
Health Benefits of Wild Strawberries
Wild strawberries are not as popular as they once were, but they are nevertheless beneficial to persons suffering from various illnesses. The following are some of the most well-known health advantages of wild strawberries.
Doctors advise diabetic patients to eat more wild strawberries. Since it has been scientifically shown that wild strawberries can help with diabetes treatment. For example, persons who want to avoid diabetes can begin to consume this fruit. It is better to consume it directly rather than adding it to desserts such as sundaes, pies, or other sugary dishes because it will not aid diabetics if ingested in this manner.
(Yildiz et al., 2014)
Consuming wild strawberries may lessen the risk of cancer since they are abundant in antioxidants and phytochemicals that can inhibit the growth of cancer cells. Aside from the fruits, herbal tea brewed from strawberry leaves can be used as a herbal treatment. What you need know is that organic strawberries are more effective than conventionally farmed strawberries at preventing cancer
growth ( Anticarcinogenic Activity of Strawberry, Blueberry, and Raspberry Extracts to Breast and Cervical Cancer Cells | Journal of Medicinal Food, n.d.)
Regulate Blood Pressure
Potassium levels in these wild strawberries are moderate, which can assist to decrease blood pressure and maintain cardiovascular health. Potassium is a vasodilator, which means it can reduce blood vessel and artery tension, lowering your risk of atherosclerosis, heart attacks, and strokes.
(Mudnic et al., 2009)
Wild strawberries are good source of Vitamin c, which has been shown to improve the immune system by increasing the generation of white blood cells and serving as an antioxidant throughout the body. These wild strawberries were traditionally used to combat dysentery and vitamin C deficiency, as well as to speed up healing and collagen creation
. ( Osmotic Dehydration under High Hydrostatic Pressure: Effects on Antioxidant Activity, Total Phenolics Compounds, Vitamin C and Colour of Strawberry (Fragaria Vesca) – ScienceDirect, n.d.)
these are just a few of the benefits of wild strawberries.
Ingredients: Garisar’s Wild Strawberry Jam is made with only three ingredients: hand-picked wild strawberries, a bit of beet sugar, real lemon juice with the traditional method.This lovely and tasty northern fruit is high in anti-oxidants, vitamins, and minerals. Keep at least one of Garisar’s wild strawberry jam in your home. You can buy Garisar’s wild strawberry jam easily from here.
Although our products are completely organic, they are hand-picked and do not contain any risky additives.
Enchanting secret wild strawberry jam a different pleasure in every taste!
Mudnic, I., Modun, D., Brizic, I., Vukovic, J., Generalic, I., Katalinic, V., Bilusic, T., Ljubenkov, I., & Boban, M. (2009). Cardiovascular effects in vitro of aqueous extract of wild strawberry (Fragaria vesca, L.) leaves. Phytomedicine, 16(5), 462–469. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.phymed.2008.11.004
Osmotic dehydration under high hydrostatic pressure: Effects on antioxidant activity, total phenolics compounds, vitamin C and colour of strawberry (Fragaria vesca)—ScienceDirect. (n.d.). Retrieved June 9, 2022, from https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0023643812001053
Yildiz, H., Ercisli, S., Hegedus, A., Akbulut, M., Topdas, E. F., & Aliman, J. (2014). Bioactive content and antioxidant characteristics of wild (Fragaria vesca L.) and cultivated strawberry (Fragaria × ananassa Duch.) fruits from Turkey. Journal of Applied Botany and Food Quality, 87. https://doi.org/10.5073/JABFQ.2014.087.038