Health Benefits of Turkish Hazel (Corylus colurna)

It is a deciduous tree found on the sunny and calcareous coasts. It is spread from the Balkan Peninsula, Asia Minor, the Caucasus to the Himalayas.

It is the largest species of hazel, its fruits are more rounded than the hazelnuts of Corylus avellana. Its appearance is fancy-looking so that the tree has a special landscape effect.

Growing conditions

Wild hazel has a moderate resistance to frost, which is why planting in sheltered places is a must.

It enjoys both a sunny climate and a humid soil. It is a species that can be clipped in late winter or spring (March).

By clipping it, the crown shape is corrected. It has a medium to rapid growth rate, but it yields late.

Turkish Hazel (Corylus Colurna) chemical composition

The leaves and fruit have the same composition as the hazel (Corylus avellana).

Nutrition

The fruits are very tasty and bigger than the ones of the regular hazel.

Biotherapy

The same uses as the hazel.

My goal is to inspire you to embrace more plant-based foods in your diet without feeling the least bit deprived.

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