Medicinal Value of our key Fruits

Apples


Apples are the richest fruit source of pectin, a soluble fibre that has the ability to lower blood pressure, reduce cholesterol, decrease the risk of colon and breast cancer.

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Strawberry


Strawberries are rich in the essential nutrients,vitamin C, potassium, folic acid, and fiber. One cup of fresh strawberries contains 160 percent of the daily recommended quantity of vitamin C, for only 50 calories. Strawberries protect against a range of diseases like Heart disease, stroke, cancer, blood pressure, constipation, diabetes etc.

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Jujube Fruit (Ber)


Jujubes were traditionally used in Chinese medicine to treat sleep troubles like insomnia. The high quantum of fibre in jujube helps regulate bowel movements and digestion. Moreover, they have low salt content and high potassium content, and both of these qualities about the fruit ensure that your blood pressure levels are in check.

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Blackcurrant


Rich source of GLA. Treats skin conditions such as eczema. Reduces PMS symptoms, hypertension and rheumatoid disorders.

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Fig


Gentle laxative. Soothes stomach pains and cramping

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Goji Berries


Super-food that is said to boost circulation, improve eyesight, lower cholesterol, protect the liver and enhance immune function.

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Papaya


This multipurpose herb treats colds, coughs, tonsillitis, sore throats, inflamed gums and mouth ulcers.

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Oranges


According to the American Heart Association (AHA), eating higher amounts of a compound found in citrus fruits like oranges and grapefruit can lower ischemic stroke risk for women.

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Passion Fruit


Passion fruit has a low glycemic index (GI) and high fibre content, which makes it a great fruit to maintain insulin levels for diabetics. The phenolic compounds and alkaloids can also help in relieving anxiety and treating insomnia.

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Lychees


The flavonoids, fibre and antioxidants in lychees support heart health. Lychees have one of the highest concentrations of polyphenols among fruits. Among them is rutin, a bioflavonoid known to strengthen blood vessels.

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Pomegranate


Used to cure sore throat, and to treat haemorrhoids. This amazing fruit is also used to treat the flu, stomatitis and diabetes.

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Watermelon


Researchers have studied lycopene and other individual plant compounds in watermelon for their anti-cancer effects. According to studies in obese and postmenopausal women, lycopene may also reduce the stiffness and thickness of artery walls

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Pineapple


Pineapples have been a part of traditional medicine for centuries. They contain a wide variety of vitamins, minerals and enzymes like bromelain that may collectively boost immunity and suppress inflammation.

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Lemon


Antibacterial and astringent properties. Used to reduce acne and brighten skin.

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Guava


Guavas are extraordinarily rich in vitamin C, lycopene and antioxidants that are beneficial for skin. Guavas are also rich in manganese which helps the body to absorb other key nutrients from the food that we eat. Guavas benefits are credited due to the presence of folate, a mineral which helps promote fertility.

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