I believe this is Tutsan, though need to research it more. Tutsan is a member of the St John's Wort family and can be used in herbal medicine, HOWEVER, they are also toxic and should not be consumed. As mentioned I need to do more research, seem like in small doses it may be beneficial for some aliments. I have them growing in my front yard. Often found in hedge rows. Green berries in the spring, red in summer and then bluish black in fall.
Medicinal wild plants - poison ivy, burns, stomach aches and more
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