Hawthorn berries are small, red or orange fruit that grow on the hawthorn tree, which is native to Europe, Asia, and North America. The berries have a tart, slightly sweet flavor and are often used in cooking and baking, as well as in traditional medicine. The fruit and flowers of the hawthorn tree have a long history of use in herbal remedies and are believed to have a variety of health benefits.
In addition to being eaten fresh or dried, hawthorn berries can also be made into syrups, jams, and other preserves, and are sometimes used to flavor tea and other beverages.
Botanical Name: Crataegus Monogyna
Also known as: May Blossom, Maybush, Whitethorn, Haw, 山楂浆果, नागफनी बेरी