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they can grow up 20-80m tall, but there are some low spreading bushes like the ones in the picture. in some parts of the world, it is used in cooking.The 17th Century herbalist physician Nicholas Culpeper recommended the ripened berries for conditions such as asthma and sciatica, as well as to speed childbirth, says Wikipedia.


they can grow pretty much every where around the world.

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