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Tangerine – Properties, Benefits and medicinal uses

Endowed with many health benefits, tangerine is among the most popular citrus in the world. It is used to fight infections, heal wounds, aid digestion, boost immunity, and lower cholesterol. These therapeutic applications are mostly due to its antiseptic, depurative, sedative, stomachic, and antispasmodic properties. Tangerine is the fruit of the tangerine tree, Citrus reticulata, […]

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Orange – Properties and health benefits / medicinal uses

Orange is a widely known fruit all over the world, it is known for its high vitamin C content. This vitamin C accounts for most of orange medicinal uses. Properties The following are some notable contents of an orange, which are very similar to that of tangerine : * Sugars in moderate amounts, about 9.35g/100g, […]

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Kiwi – Properties and health benefits / medicinal uses

The kiwi is an exotic fruit from foothills of the Himalayas,and also New zealand. It contains a green pulp hidden by a fuzzy skin, and contains more than two hundred tiny edible black seeds. The kiwi is well known for its high vitamin C content which is far beyond citrus. Properties of kiwi The kiwi […]

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Litchi – Properties and health benefits / medicinal uses

The fruit of litchi ('litchi chinensis'), which is from an evergreen tree of the botanical family Sapindaceae that reaches a height of about 12m. Litchi, is an oval shaped fruit, enclosing a single brown pit and hangs down its tree in bunches. The litchi fruit is mostly found in the great nation of china, where […]

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Acerola – Properties and health benefits / medicinal uses

The medicinal use of acerola is related to its vitamin C content, as acerola is the richest fresh fruit source of vitamin C. The acerola, which can also be called * Neapolitan medlar or * Spanish pine, is a fruit of Malpighia glabra L., a tree of the botanical family malpighiaceae. Acerola was first discovered […]