Native to eastern North America, Vaccinium macrocarpon is largely cultivated for its edible, tart berries. Cranberries are a common cooking ingredient, especially around the holidays. But their healthful properties and enjoyable flavor extend year-round in smoothies, beverages, preserves, and other culinary recipes. Cranberry powder can even be encapsulated, tinctured, or infused in tea blends.
The familiar accompaniment to the American Thanksgiving meal is also one of the most versatile herbs. Cranberry is a fruit native to North America, with almost 98% of the world supply cultivated in the Northern United States and Canada. Both indigenous Americans and colonists valued cranberry for its helpful and nourishing properties. The American cranberry or large cranberry is a member of the Ericaceae family.
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