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Hawthorn Berry Supplements and Formulas

Hawthorn’s use dates back to the first century, and today it remains one of the world’s most popular herbs. Could it be right for you? Here’s the scoop.

What is Hawthorn? (Crataegus monogyna)

If you’ve been pricked by the thorns of this shrub…OUCH! You’ll never do it again! It should come as no surprise then that hawthorn is a member of the rose family.

Native to sunny wooded areas of Europe, North America and northern Asia, hawthorn grows up to 5 feet in height and in May blooms white, red or pink flowers. Shortly after flowering it bears sweet red berries (called haws) used in jellies, candies and wine. All parts of the hawthorn – leaves, flowers, berries, stem and bark – have been used medicinally as well.

Common names: hawthorn, English hawthorn, oneseed, hawthorne, haw, hawthorne. Botanical names: Crataegus monogyna, Crataegus laevigata (synonym Crataegus oxyacantha)

What are the benefits of Hawthorn?

For centuries hawthorn has been used for heart health, and by the 1800s it was also commonly used for circulation and respiratory issues. Historically, the berries were most popular for blood pressure, heart concerns, and artery health, but today the leaves and the flowers are mainly used.

What’s in Hawthorn?

Hawthorn contains antioxidant flavonoids, including quercetin and oligomeric procyandins (OPCs), also found in grapes, which are thought to be responsible for its health benefits. Most modern heart supplements use the leaves and flowers, which are believed to contain more flavonoids than the berries.

Available forms of Hawthorn

Botanic Choice offers several forms of hawthorn: tablets, liquid extract, and blends including: heart, blood pressure and circulation. Check out our hawthorn line now!

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Hawthorn Berry 500 mg.
90 Vegetarian Tablets
Hawthorn Berry Benefits Heart & More
MSRP 8.00
$6.00
Hawthorn Berry Liquid Extract
1 oz
A Healthy, Tasty Extract
MSRP
$10.00
Blood Pressure Complex™
60 capsules
7 Quality Nutrients
MSRP 42.00
$29.99
Blood Pressure Complex™
120 capsules
7 Quality Nutrients
MSRP 82.00
$56.99
Blood Pressure Complex™
30 capsules
7 Quality Nutrients
MSRP
$21.00
CircuPlus 1500®
90 Vegecaps
Fire Up Your Circulation
MSRP 64.00
$38.99
Advanced Cholest-Ex™
30 capsules
Great Health and Boundless Energy
MSRP 55.00
$39.99

Hawthorn’s use dates back to the first century, and today it remains one of the world’s most popular herbs. Could it be right for you? Here’s the scoop.

What is Hawthorn? (Crataegus monogyna)

If you’ve been pricked by the thorns of this shrub…OUCH! You’ll never do it again! It should come as no surprise then that hawthorn is a member of the rose family.

Native to sunny wooded areas of Europe, North America and northern Asia, hawthorn grows up to 5 feet in height and in May blooms white, red or pink flowers. Shortly after flowering it bears sweet red berries (called haws) used in jellies, candies and wine. All parts of the hawthorn – leaves, flowers, berries, stem and bark – have been used medicinally as well.

Common names: hawthorn, English hawthorn, oneseed, hawthorne, haw, hawthorne. Botanical names: Crataegus monogyna, Crataegus laevigata (synonym Crataegus oxyacantha)

What are the benefits of Hawthorn?

For centuries hawthorn has been used for heart health, and by the 1800s it was also commonly used for circulation and respiratory issues. Historically, the berries were most popular for blood pressure, heart concerns, and artery health, but today the leaves and the flowers are mainly used.

What’s in Hawthorn?

Hawthorn contains antioxidant flavonoids, including quercetin and oligomeric procyandins (OPCs), also found in grapes, which are thought to be responsible for its health benefits. Most modern heart supplements use the leaves and flowers, which are believed to contain more flavonoids than the berries.

Available forms of Hawthorn

Botanic Choice offers several forms of hawthorn: tablets, liquid extract, and blends including: heart, blood pressure and circulation. Check out our hawthorn line now!

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Relevant Healthy Insights:

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