Sour cherry is the name of a tree and fruit native to southwestern Asia and Europe (scientific name: Prunus cerasus). Its fruit has a sour and red taste. The height of the tree is 3 to 10 meters. One hundred grams of cherries has 16 grams of sugar, 0.85 grams of protein and 6.8 calories. In addition, 100 grams contains about 50 mg of calcium, 20 mg of phosphorus, 1 mg of iron, 400 international units of vitamin A, 0.14 mg of thiamine, 0.12 mg of riboflavin, 5 mg of vitamin C, and some sodium, magnesium, potassium, copper. It has zinc and other salts . Many properties have been mentioned for cherries, including their value in the treatment of kidney inflammation, heart health, liver, stomach and intestinal disorders, and febrile diseases. Sour cherries have diuretic properties and have long been considered valuable. Cherries are used to make sour cherry pilaf, cherry crumbs, sour cherry syrup and sour cherries, and one of the most popular liqueurs in the world, Vishnuka, among others.