• Latin Name: Prunus cerasus
  • CAS No.: 89997-53-5
  • Active Ingredient:
  • Specifications: 10:1
  • Test Method:
  • Part used: Peduncle
  • Appearance: Fine light purple red powder



The sour cherry is a tree or shrub with a height of 2 to 8 meters with a pyramidal crown and leaves with a 5-8 cm leaf and a smaller petiole than the cherry tree. It is a noble deciduous and deciduous tree of our woods, having more valuable wood than cherry and is long-lived, becoming centuries-old. Edible fruits, even in wild specimens, and excellent planting of the seed. The trunk is erect and with smooth bark characterized by horizontal streaks. Flowering, usually in hilly or flat areas, occurs around March, while in mountain areas it occurs later, around April. The flowers are 2-3 cm in diameter with white petals, in small umbels of 2-4 elements on 3-4 cm peduncles. The fruits are drupes, supported by a short and thin peduncle and have a spherical shape of 10-15 mm. They are bright red in color that darkens with maturation. The skin is thin and contains a very juicy pulp with an acid-bitter taste that becomes sweet when fully ripe. At the center of the fruit there is a stone, the spherical seed of light color that contains a bitter almond.


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