A fruit tree 6-10 m high. The fruits of cultivated and wild pears are used fresh, dried and canned, also for the preparation of candied fruits, jams, jams, marshmallows and all kinds of drinks (kvass, compote, cider, essences). Dried and young seeds are a substitute for coffee.

In folk medicine, a decoction of dried pears is recommended for coughs, fever, and diarrhea. Fixing agents are most pronounced in wild pears. Juice and decoction of the fruit is used as a diuretic and prescribed for cholelithiasis.

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