Are chokeberries edible? - Benifit Of Black chokeberry

YES, the Black chokeberry is a deciduous shrub in the Rosaceae family, native to wet woods and bogs in eastern North America. The Black chokeberry is resistant to drought, insects, pollution, and disease. The black chokeberry is cultivated as an ornamental plant and as a food, and the fruit can be eaten raw and made into wine, jam, syrup, juice, tea, salads, beer, and ice cream. Cultivated wild raspberries are edible and can be used in a variety of food applications.

Black chokeberry
Not only does the Black chokeberry taste good, but it is also rich in vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and a number of other important polyphenols, which alone have the effect of fighting cancer cells. Its deep purple, almost black pigmentation comes from the dense polyphenol content, especially anthocyanins. The total polyphenol content is 1,752 milligrams per 100 grams of fresh fruit, the anthocyanin content is 1,480 milligrams per 100 grams, while the proanthocyanidin concentration is 664 milligrams per 100 grams. These values are by far the highest measured values of any plant (including vegetables and fruits). The Black chokeberry also contains minerals and vitamins beneficial to the human body, namely: vitamins B6, B12, E, C, folic acid, quinic acid, polyphenolic acid, tannins, catechins, quercetin, brassinol, hesperidin, resveratrol... etc.
The Black Chokeberry is called oral cosmetic because its antioxidant 
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Black chokeberry
Black chokeberry
Black chokeberry

Anthocyanin (anthocyanidin), also known as anthocyanin, is a class of water-soluble natural pigments widely present in plants in nature, and is a colorful glycoside obtained by hydrolysis of anthocyanin. Anthocyanin in its natural state exists in the form of glycosides called anthocyanidins, and very little free anthocyanin exists.
Fountainberry Extract Proanthocyanidins are one of the strong and effective free radical scavengers discovered to date! In particular, its activity in vivo is significantly higher than that of vitamin C, vitamin E and beta-carotene in terms of anti-free radical capacity, protection against lipid peroxidation due to free radicals, and resistance to DNA damage, hence the name Fountainberry.
Black chokeberry anthocyanins can promote the regeneration of retinal cells in the optic violet, can improve severe myopia and retinal detachment, and can enhance vision. It also improves blood circulation and strengthens blood vessels. Proanthocyanidins are known as the "antidote to atherosclerosis". The anthocyanins contained in 100g of fresh fountain berry reached 1480mg, and the content of proanthocyanidins also reached 664mg. Under certain biological conditions, proanthocyanidins can be converted into anthocyanidins, so it can be considered that proanthocyanidins are the mother of anthocyanidins.
In addition to anthocyanins, Black chokeberry antioxidant substances and polyphenols, polyphenol content is 2-4 times that of blackberries, 4 times that of blueberries, 3-8 times that of red raspberries, 10 times that of strawberries.

The potential functions of Black chokeberry (Aronia) can reduce the risk of causing diseases, including:
Lowering of blood cholesterol, Colorectal cancer, Cardiovascular disease, Chronic inflammation, Gastric mucosal disease (peptic ulcer), Ophthalmoplegia (uveitis), Liver failure, Anti-adhesion properties, Breast cancer, Hypertension, Cervical cancer, Immuno-modulatory effects