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Morphologic changes of HCT-116 cells treated with plant extracts. HCT-116 cells were treated with vehicle, horehound (10 and 100 μg/ml) or wild cherry extracts (10 and 100 μg/ml) in the absence of serum. After 24 h, the cells were stained with Giemsa solution and observed by light microscopy at x100 magnification.
Effects of horehound leaves and wild cherry bark extracts treatment on NAG-1, p53 and cyclin D1 expressions in HCT-116 cells. HCT-116 cells were treated with vehicle, horehound (10 and 100 μg/ml) or wild cherry extracts (10 and 100 μg/ml) in the absence of serum for 24 h. The cell lysates were harvested to perform Western blot analysis. Equal loading was confirmed by determining actin immunoreactivity.
Wild cherry is a species of tree in the same family as apricot, peach andalmond. Also known as Black Cherry, Mountain Black Cherry and Choke Cherry, wildcherry is native to eastern North America.
Using wild cherry bark at home is easy, but it must be handled with care. Unlike other hard materials that need to be decocted, or simmered in boiling water, wild cherry bark must be allowed to steep in hot water and never boiled, or the active compounds in the bark will be lost.
One of the best ways to preserve wild cherry bark is to make a simple syrup, which will last indefinitely if properly stored. To make wild cherry syrup the easy way, just fill a mason jar 2/3 of the way with bark and cover with brandy. After 30-45 days, strain and blend with reserved liquid with an equal amount of honey and bottle.
Wild is the operative word here. Matts Wild Cherry Tomato has strong vines, overwhelmed by an abundance of small cherry tomatoes - hundreds of them. The flavor is intense and they seem impervious to almost any disease you can name. They are also early and will continue to yield well up to the first frost.
Our Wild Cherry Balsamic Vinegar is amazingly sweet and fruity, with just the right amount of tart that gives it a little zing. Think out-side the box, and experiment with our gourmet wild cherry balsamic yourself. Drizzle over fresh fruit, seared Tuna, or paired with our Terra Verde or Miller's Blend extra virgin olive oils as a dressing for fruit salads or tossed greens, even yummy when added to your martini.
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Plant wild cherry trees in plenty of sun and in any reasonable soil that drains freely. Allow plenty of space for the tree to reach its mature size. Ideally plant while dormant. Stake and keep watered for the first year or so until established. Only prune wild cherry if essential, in summer.
White flowers borne in early to mid-spring in clusters are 5-petalled, cup-shaped, and up to 2cm across. Wild cherry tree bark looks attractive all year, being shiny and reddish-brown in colour. Green leaves are up to 15cm long, oval in shape with toothed edges, colouring brightly in autumn. Wild cherry flowers are similar to those of bird cherry (Prunus padus), though this species bears many flowers in clusters, has greyish-brown bark, and is found growing in damper soils.
Wild cherry is a deciduous tree that forms a rounded head of branches. The height of wild cherry is generally around 10-15 metres, but can be up to double that height when mature in favourable growing conditions.
Wild cherry tree is excellent for wildlife. Nectar and pollen-rich flowers provide food for bees and other insects, fruits are popular with birds and mammals, and the leaves are an important food plant for many moth caterpillars.
Wild cherry tree, like many Prunus species, is susceptible to bacterial cankers and silverleaf disease. Canker causes dieback of shoots and brown spots on leaves that fall out to leave holes. Silverleaf is so called because affected leaves develop a silvery sheen before the growth dies. Tackle by pruning out dead and infected wood, in July and August, cutting back to healthy growth.
Wild cherry has a long history of use by Native Americans for its wellness-supporting properties and as a food source. Adopted by folk herbalists, the bark of Prunus serotina eventually became a major ingredient in the first industrially produced cough syrups. Wild cherry bark is aromatic and astringent. It has a delightful flavor and is often incorporated into herbal formulas. Our wild cherry bark powder can be used for making syrups, liquid extracts, or tablets.
From ancient times the cherry has been associated with virginity, the red colored fruit with the enclosed seed symbolizing the uterus. Buddhism teaches that Maya, the virgin mother of Buddha, was supported by a holy cherry tree during her pregnancy. In Danish folklore, a good crop of cherries was insured by having the first ripe fruit eaten by a woman shortly after her first child was born. Many myths used cherries as symbols of both education and concealment. Wild cherry is a member of the rose family and also goes by wild black cherry. Most commonly found in Syrup formulas; however, it may be administered as a tea or extract.
The leaves of wild black cherry trees, which are a very common fencerow and woodlot species in southwest Michigan, can cause a lethal poisoning risk if grazing animals consume wilted leaves. The toxic component in the leaves is prussic acid, a hydrogen cyanide toxin that is only formed when glycosides in the leaves are combined with hydrolytic enzymes. Under normal circumstances, the two components are stored in separate tissues, but can become poisonous in storm-damaged wilted cherry leaves.
With tornadoes, it is possible for branches to be carried quite some distance. We would encourage producers to check branches and trees down in their pastures to make sure that wild cherry is not in areas that livestock can get access to.
Insects, Diseases, or Other Plant Problems: As with most cherries, the black cherry tree it is susceptible to a large number of insect and disease pests. Potential diseases include leaf spot, die back, leaf curl, powdery mildew, root rot, and fireblight. Potential insects include aphids, scale, borers, leafhoppers, caterpillars, tent caterpillars and Japanese beetles. Spider mites may also be trouble. 781b155fdc