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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bearberry

Bearberry was first documented in The Physicians of Myddfai, a 13th-century Welsh herbal. It was also described by Clusius in 1601, and recommended for medicinal use in 1763 by Gerhard and others. Often called uva-ursi, from the Latin uva, "grape, berry of the vine", ursi, "bear", i.e. "bear's grape".

www.organicfacts.net/health-benefits/herbs-and-spices/bearberry.html

7 Impressive Benefits of Bearberry. ... The word uva-ursi means ‘grape of the bear’ owing to the fact that bears are fond of this fruit. It is a low-growing shrub, which can be found in Asia, Europe, and Central and North America. Other names of this fruit are kinnikinnick, pinemat manzanita, crowberry, and beargrape.

www.softschools.com/facts/plants/bearberry_facts/1451

Interesting Bearberry Facts: Bearberry is a creeping shrub that can reach 2 to 8 inches in height and few meters in length. Stem of bearberry is covered with papery bark with silky hairs. Peeled pieces of bark usually cover mature, reddish-brown branches. Bearberry has oval shaped, firm, leathery leaves that are alternately arranged on the ...

www.healthbenefitstimes.com/bearberry

Health Benefits of Bearberry. Bearberry fruit is edible and is occasionally used as food, the leaves of the plant are extensively used for medicinal purposes by herbal practitioners.

www.thespruce.com/growing-the-bearberry-home-garden-3269198

Bearberry is a small evergreen shrub often used as a groundcover. It is an excellent choice to provide winter interest with the tiny leaves that turn bronze in the fall, and the small red berries that last until spring.

www.gardeningknowhow.com/ornamental/groundcover/bearberry/growing-bearberry...

Bearberry grows groups of cherry red berries that measure just under ½ inch across. A lot of wildlife will eat these berries, but the plant gets its name because bears absolutely love them. Growing Bearberry Ground Cover. If you have a large plot of poor soil and need to landscape it, then bearberry ground cover is your plant. ...

defenders.org/wildlife/grizzly-bear

Grizzly bears were once numerous, ranging across North America from California to the Great Plains, and from Mexico all the way up into Alaska. As with many species, westward expansion, human transformation of the landscape, and fear led to near-eradication of grizzly bears in the continental United States. When the grizzly bear was listed under the Endangered Species Act (ESA) in 1975, the ...

bearfruitberries.com

Bear Fruit Farms is known for the quality and sweetness of their berries. Our wholesale berries will always be 100% hand-picked. No machine can be as discriminating as the human hand and eye.

articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2016/11/14/mulberry-trees.aspx

Mulberry trees grow in every state but Nevada and Alaska, hinting at their climate preference. This woody berry producer can reach 40, 60 and even 80 feet in height, depending on the variety. The red mulberry can live as long as 75 years, but the black variety can live and produce fruit for centuries. 2 Depending on how ripe the berries are, several colors can be represented on one tree.

www.herbal-supplement-resource.com/bearberry-uva-ursi.html

Potential Side Effects of Bearberry (Uva Ursi) One of the active ingredients in bearberry is a chemical known as hydroquinone. It is a toxic chemical and should be taken with care. Short-term side effects may include mild nausea or dizziness. Long-term use is not recommended without the supervision of a physician or a trained herbal practitioner.