Ellagic acid is a naturally occurring substance. The best sources of ellagic acid in the diet are strawberries, raspberries, blackberries, and walnuts.
Medicinally, ellagic acid is used to prevent cancer and treat viral and bacterial infections.
How does it work?
Ellagic acid may bind to chemicals that cause cancer, and it may also prevent the growth of cancer cells. However, ellagic acid is poorly absorbed and is also eliminated quickly from the body. These characteristics may limit its usefulness as a medicine.
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Blackberry Blossom is right up there towards the top of the heap of fiddle tunes that are way overplayed. Love it or hate it here is an example of it.
The trick to making this tune sound like a musical performance as opposed to an exercise is to give it a bit of that shoulder-shrugging fiddle bounce. Either way itÃ¢â¬â¢s a good exercise in alternate picking.
This video runs through the melody twice, once fast and once slow, followed up by an example of one possible chord progression that could be played behind it.
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