Date of Issue:1st Nov 2012
Cherry (Prunus avium) is known since the Bronze Age, and today is spread around the world in many varieties and variations. It blooms in early spring, at the same time as the new leaves. The fruits are developed from the white group of flowers that have long stems. It’s sweet with pleasant aroma with a distinctive hard-shelled stone in the middle.
A number of medical properties were attributed to the cherry fruits, which until recently was considered a folk medicine. However, recent studies gave a scientific basis and confirmed curative properties of the cherry. They are a good source of vitamins, and the presence of antioxidants and other useful ingredients makes them extremely healthy fruit. They help in cancer prevention, in hearth disease prevention; they relive pain caused by arthritis and gout, headache, alleviating symptoms associated with the diffuse disorder. Cherries help that our body produces melatonin in a safe and healthy way, and enhance the physiological and mental functions. Fresh cherries are good for reduction of physical and mental exhaustion and sour cherries improve mood.
Size: 35,50 x29,82 mm Paper: white,102 g, adhesive Comb perforation: 14 Print: Zrinski d.d. Čakovec Value: 0,50 BAM Sheet: 10 (8 stamps + 2 vignette)