Medicinal benefits and delicious! Wildly sweet and tart!


Look for bushes that are loaded!  Use a berry picker, shown below. September is the best time for huckleberry harvest.



After washing and drying huckleberries, place on a cookie sheet, cover with a paper towel, and place in freezer. Once frozen, put berries in a sealed container and put back in freezer for later use.


Huckleberries are high in antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals, and may have many health benefits:
  • Antioxidants: Huckleberries can help protect the body from the effects of high blood sugar, including diabetic retinopathies, kidney damage, and poor tissue healing.
  • Heart health: Huckleberries can help promote healthy cholesterol levels, reduce inflammation, and lower the risk of vascular diseases.
  • Immune function: Huckleberries contain vitamin C, which is crucial for immune function and helps the body ward off infections and illnesses.
  • Anti-inflammatory: The antioxidants in huckleberries help reduce inflammation.
  • Anti-cancer: Some compounds found in huckleberries potentially show anti-cancer properties.
  • Anti-viral: Some compounds found in huckleberries potentially show anti-viral properties.
Medical research has shown that consumption of the leaf extract decreases blood sugar levels shortly after administration. Taken on regular basis, huckleberry tea will gradually help alleviate both glycosuria and hyperglycemia and appears to have a beginning, but useful effect as an adjunct treatment to diabetes mellitus. The leaves are believed also to stimulate appetite, and have astringent and antiseptic qualities that are useful in urinary disorders.

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