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Unexpected Side Effects Of Eating BlackberriesCurated byHealth Digest
Berries are the golden child of summer fruit. According to the Missouri Department of Conservation, blackberry brambles are generally found in woods or thickets, often supported by trees. Blackberries are a branch off of one huge family tree, the genus Rubus. Blackberries, or Rubus allegheniensis, are cousins to fruits like raspberries and dewberries. For foragers, the thorny stems may stick you, but once you collect a bunch, you'll enjoy them with no regrets.