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Custard apple has special place in medical world

Custard apple

Custard apple is a fruit that has many medicinal properties. This fruit has a special place in the medical world. This fruit is different in appearance but the flesh inside it is very sweet and tasty.

The fruit has a name in English called 'Custard Apple'. It got its name from the ice cream-like taste of 'custard'. In Tamil, this is called Sita fruit.

Sweet apple enhances blood development and cures anemia. The glucose in this fruit helps the body to get rid of fatigue and keep the body active. It has the property of enhancing memory. Custard apple is rich in all the vitamins, proteins, minerals, good fats, and fiber that our body needs.

Benefits of Sita Fruit

People who suffer from insomnia due to stress at night can get a deep sleep if they eat a Sita fruit before going to bed every day. This is because of the calcium and magnesium minerals in the fruit. Both of these have the property of controlling stress.

The various nutrients and minerals in Sita fruit provide many benefits to our body. Magnesium in these fruits protects us from heart disease and heart attack.

Vitamin B in custard apple reduces the damage to the airways and protects against respiratory problems like asthma.

Medicinal uses of Sita fruit

  • Regular consumption of Sita fruit does not cause any ailments like indigestion. Bile, vomiting, diarrhea, and dizziness do not occur.
  • Many nutrients in these fruits strengthen the heart and keep it running smoothly. Protects the heart from heart-related diseases.
  • Persistent vomiting and nausea will stop immediately after eating this fruit.
  • After surgery, if the Sita fruit is eaten, the wounds in the internal organs of the body will heal quickly.
  • Constipation problems can be cured by eating this fruit.
  • Soak a little dill and take it along with the Sita fruit, the peptic ulcer will heal quickly.
  • People who suffer from urinary incontinence can drink a little lemon juice mixed with sweet apple juice, the urine will separate freely. Urinary logging will also be removed.
  • People who have extra flesh should continue to eat custard apples to reduce.
  • Custard apple helps to reduce body heat and keep the body cool. This fruit has the ability to cure depression caused by heat.
  • If people with mental illness continue to eat custard apple daily, good things will change quickly.
  • A good night's sleep can be achieved by eating two dates along with one custard apple before going to bed.
  • People with dry skin should drink sweet apple juice to get rid of dry skin and get back to normal.
  • Vitamin 'C' in custard apple protects against colds.
  • Adding a little bit of turmeric powder to the Sita fruit and eating will prevent the accumulation of bad fats in the body.
  • Consumption of saffron along with custard apple gives immunity.
  • Add a little white garlic and grind it with sweet apple finely and apply it on the skin where mosaic disease there to get rid of it quickly. Mix grape juice with custard apple juice and drink it to strengthen the nerves.

Medicinal uses and benefits of pineapple

Pineapple fruit

Pineapple fruit with the botanical name 'Annas sativis schult' has scaly skin and pale yellow flesh with juice.

Nutrients contained in pineapple fruit

100 grams of pineapple has 88 percent moisture, 0.5 percent protein, 10.8 percent starch, and 17 percent fat, and 63 milligrams of vitamin, calcium, phosphorus, iron, carotene, and thiamine. Pineapple juice works as an excellent tonic for people suffering from anemia. Pineapple is rich in many nutrients, including manganese.
Pineapple is rich in the enzyme bromelain, which can digest protein. Pineapple is also high in vitamin C. Eating pineapple also provides protection against ear infections, including the flu. The manganese in this fruit increases the potency of antioxidants in the body.

It also contains thiamine and vitamin B, which regulate the activity of glands in the body. Thus the body gets more energy.

Medicinal uses of pineapple

Remedy Headaches 
Relieve migraine headaches by adding honey to pineapple and eating for 40 consecutive days.

Preventing joint

Pineapple contains a substance called bromelain. It also helps control pain by controlling the wear and tear on the joints. The high amount of vitamin C in pineapple helps your wounds heal faster.

Increasing the strength of bones

The high levels of calcium and magnesium in pineapple increase the strength of your bones.
Pineapple is rich in fiber which helps in preventing constipation. Also strengthens your digestive system.

Reduce bodyweight

The fiber in pineapple fruit helps your body lose weight by dissolving unwanted fats in the body. It also improves your heart health.

Blood pressure is under control

Pineapple is widely used to reduce high blood pressure. Excess potassium in pineapple is used to control blood pressure.


The vision brightens

Pineapple is rich in Vitamin A. Vitamin A helps you prevent vision impairment. Pineapple is also used to prevent vision problems and evening eye diseases.

Medicine for bile

Cut the ripe pineapple into pieces and dry it under sunlight. Once dried, soak 5 pineapple ribs in a tumbler of milk every night, and then drink for 48 days before going to bed. Doing so can prevent arthritis and biliary disorders.

Women who regularly eat pineapple fruit are cured of whitening and urinary irritation. Eating pineapple regularly will cure all kinds of physical ailments.

Reduce bodyweight

Chop the pineapple into small pieces, add four teaspoons of ajwain powder, stir well, add a tumbler of water and bring to a boil. Then strain the boiled water and drink it the next morning to quickly dissolve the belly. Not only that but all the unwanted fats in the body will start to decrease.

Reasons for Red oleander mostly in the road dividers

On the highways, the red oleander blossoms are colorful and cool to the eye.

Vehicle exhaust fumes are high in carbon toxins. The leaves and flowers of the red oleander plant have the ability to remove carbon dioxide from the air, remove air pollutants and turn it into the fresh air. Thus you can breathe clean air while traveling on highways.

These are drought tolerant. Resistant to soil erosion. They have the power to reduce the noise and noise of vehicles.

It avoids the headlights of oncoming vehicles on the opposite side of the road directly hitting them. The leaves are dense to that extent.

The cost of maintaining these is also low. Animals do not naturally eat the leaves of this plant. So no need to save from the animals eating them.

It can be seen on a lot of highways just because it has so many amenities along with beauty.

The red oleander is an arid plant. It stores water in its stalks and leaves as milk during the excess water season. So, it can survive during the drought season.

They do not need to be watered frequently, so suitable for planting on the sidewalks and in the divider of the road.
 
Another advantage is that the red flowers are easy to spot where the roads intersect.

Benefits of eating Charoli-Saara lentils

Chirongi Nuts ( Charoli/ Saara Paruppu)

Chirongi nuts are cultivated all over India. The shell is hard and the lentils inside are soft. Legumes are slightly flattened in size and taste like almonds. Although these can be eaten raw, they are often fried as they often enhance the taste of the food. These lentils are added to desserts like halwa, Payasam, Mysore Pak, etc.

Nutrients in Charoli

Charoli is high in protein, fat, calcium, fiber, iron, phosphorus, magnesium, copper, zinc, and vitamin-B complex. It is moderate in flour and low in oxalic acid. Also contains many essential vitamins and minerals including Vitamin C, Vitamin B1, and B2.

Health benefits of Chirongi Nuts

Protecting the skin
The essence is extracted and used to make a face pack mixed with milk, which gives the skin a glow. And it is good for the skin and hair. They are also effective for many genital and urinary problems, such as cleft palate.

Cooling the body
These lentils are cool in nature. These lentils naturally reduce body heat and keep the body cool. In Ayurvedic medicine, lentils are often added to products to treat skin itching and acne.

Improving skin health

The oil extracted from the charoli keeps the skin moisturized and helps to remove dark spots and blemishes. Scrubs are made by adding these lentils flour, yogurt, honey, and lemon, or rose water and Fuller's earth(Multani Matti). These scrubs protect the skin from infections and prevent acne.

Improves digestion

Saara lentils help regulate bowel movements. This prevents constipation. Cures diarrhea. Prevents stomach problems.

Stimulates sexual arousal
Charoli is considered an excellent aphrodisiac and improves the health of the reproductive organs. Improves dosage in sperm and sex.

Reduce bodyweight

Charoli is low in calories but high in protein and fiber. This will prevent you from getting hungry too often. Thus the idea of ​​having to eat often does not appear.

Increasing milk secretion
Pregnant women, nursing mothers, and those who are overweight can consume 10 to 15 grams of lentils daily. People who are overweight and obese should avoid eating often.

Benefits of consuming sprouted grains

Germination involves soaking the grains in water overnight, drain the water, and hanging the soaked grains loosely in a cotton cloth. Sprinkle with water two or three times a day and the bud will appear within 6 to 8 hours.


Benefits of sprouted grains

  1. Sprouting provides vitamins. 100g grain has 7 to 20 mg vitamin.
  2. Increases levels of riboflavin, niacin, colin, and biotin. Starch is converted into sugars.
  3. Reduces toxic substances in legumes and act against bad factors that stop good nutrition for our body.
  4. These types of food can be increased in the diet. This is because sprouted legumes can be added to foods such as salads and pickles.
  5. By activating inactive enzymes, digestion takes place well and the amounts of nutrients available to the body increases.
  6. Minerals such as calcium, zinc, and iron are released. Sprouted legumes can be eaten uncooked. This is because sprouting enhances the taste and texture of the lentils.

Benefits embedded in sprouted grains

Natural food grains are packed with protein and nutrients. The pirates that cause digestive problems will be reduced as the germs build up in them and the complex starch will be broken down and easily digested.

Sprouts are more nutritious than vegetables and fruits

Sprouted grams has high in vitamins, minerals, amino acids, and essential fats than G=green leafy vegetables and fruits. These help to lose weight and regulate digestion. Sprouted grains play an important role in expelling unwanted toxins and fats from the body.

Vitamin:

Sprouted grains provide 20 times more nutrients than normal grains. Vitamin A, B-complex, C, and E, in particular, are enhanced.

Balanced diet:

Inadequate production of fat-burning amino acids due to the inability to eat a balanced diet is a physical problem faced by many people today. Consumption of sprouted grains can help the body secrete enough of the essential amino acids.

Available in all season:

Some of the vegetables and fruits are only available in their respective seasons. But grains are not like that and this germinated crop can be easily prepared at home and does not cost much.


Eating Hours:

You can take sprouted grains at least once a day. It is better to eat half the food and half the sprouted grains.

Morning:

Sprouted grains should not be eaten on an empty stomach but we can eat with breakfast. If you want to eat only grains, you can eat cooked sprouted grains.

Eating alone is OK:

These sprouted grains should not be eaten alone. Although it is rich in various nutrients, it is important to remember that our body also needs nutrients such as carbohydrates and minerals.


Children:

Avoid giving sprouted grains to children under 5 years of age as these can sometimes cause digestive problems. We can give cooked sprouted grains.


Cleaning:


Use clean water to keep germination. Avoid buying sprouted grains that are readily available in stores. Taking different types of grains each day instead of taking one type of grain daily is very good.

Trending Shawarma- How is it made of?

In today's restaurants, people say 'Shawarma', what kind of food is that? Also, what was it made of?

If you come to the party and like tender, well-processed meat, you should opt for shawarma. Be it delicious lunch, delicious dinner, or supper.


This popular dish comes in a variety of styles, from Greek gyro to Turkish doner kebab and Armenian tarna, which no one can compare to classic Lebanese wrap. I am writing this world-famous dish here with good taste; What is shawarma, where did it come from and why has it become so popular.

In the Turkish city of Bursa, it is believed that Efendi created the first shawarma in 1870, a work he called kabab. Kebabs quickly became popular throughout Turkey, and long ago this delicious dish spread throughout the cultural cuisine of the Middle East, the Mediterranean, and beyond, and over time it grew into shawarma.


Today you can find shawarma everywhere from Lebanon and the UK to Egypt and Australia, with each culture boasting its own style and taste.

The shawarma is prepared by simmering the meat gently on a wire rack vertically for several hours. The raw food is lamb, beef, or chicken to goat, turkey, or any of these. Once the meat is fried, it is cut into thin, wide strips and placed around a loaf of various vegetables and greens such as spinach, cucumber, tomato, onion, and coriander.


In some places, it can range from garlic yogurt to hummus to chili and pickled mango sauce, and the type of bread used varies depending on where you use, the most popular being the Turkish shawarma. sesame paste called tahini paste added to this Shawarma.

What is bamboo rice? Reason for using green Bamboo stick during the marriage

The main food we eat is harvested three months after the seedling. It is peeled in a mill,  all the nutrients on top of the rice are removed, added a chemical for whitening, another chemical added to avoid spoil. Thus we can avoid hungry by eating tasty food made of this rice. But, will it maintain our health? Is questionable.

The main reason why our ancestors at the age of 60 were young and tirelessly kept their body fit is the diet they followed. Barnyard Millet, Little millet, Kodo millet, Pearl millet, Finger millet(Ragi), and other types of quality food such as hand-picked rice and lived in harmony with nature until the age of 90 years. One of their notable traditional foods is bamboo rice.

This bamboo rice was the staple food of the warriors during the monarchy. Eating this rice can reduce the amount of fats in the body and strengthen.

All right ... we have heard of many varieties of rice like samba, ponni, basmati, What is bamboo rice?

Some may not know about it. This post is for those few people who may not know about this rice.

What is the doubt after the name is bamboo. This rice harvested from a bamboo tree. This bamboo tree has a special character.

I mean .... usually a bamboo bush (with about 50 stalks) takes 60 years to reach its full lifespan. This bamboo plant dries after 60 years of age and dies. In the process of dying, everything does not die. In order to multiply its generation, all the leaves have fallen off from trees and release flowers and seeds in it. These seeds are what we call bamboo rice. 

There are over 1500 species of bamboo in the world. Of these, only 156 species are cultivated in India. All of these are classified as flowering plants so all flowering produces seeds. Therefore all bamboo species bloom. This plant depends on the type of grass.

Remember that the bamboo plant blooms only once in its lifetime. Thus, if the tree starts to bloom, it means that it is 60 years old and the story of the tree is going to be over in a few days. Will the story really end? No. The seeds that fall in clusters from the flowers on the tree, dry up and the plant begins its life with new luster.

Usually, because it grows and dies and then reproduces its generation. Focus on the unique characteristics of these bamboos, which grow into one or two plants and families, intertwined and reproduce its generation. That's the reason why we use green bamboo stalk in awning function and do pooja before good deeds like marriage begin. The banana tree used for the same reason. Also, old people use the phrases(In Tamil) "Vazhaiyadi Vazhayaga Vazhga" and "Moongil pol sutram muriyamal Vazhga" to wishes the newly married couples. (Means, grow generation like a banana tree and keep relations like a bamboo tree)

When the bamboo tree dies many birds and animals eat bamboo rice and get away hungry for few days.

Man is not the exception to this, In ancient times this bamboo rice was especially collected and cooked by the tribal people. Even today in the countryside the elderly collect it and cook it. This bamboo seed looks like a grain of paddy and looks like wheat when the husk is removed. This is why it is called bamboo rice.


Its traditional medicinal properties are:

Mainly gaining physical strength and gaining a solid body. It reduces the bad fat in the body.

This bamboo rice is a boon for people with diabetes. This diet keeps the body's sugar level under control.

Gained the power to reduce obesity.

It strengthens the uterus of women and leads to childbirth.

Sperm count will increase for men.

For constipation, back pain, neck pain, etc., it is good to drink bamboo rice porridge and it will give good results.

Let's just say that, Realizing its medicinal value, this rice widely available in the online market.

For today's generation who know about fast food like pizza, burgers, noodles .... it is a bit rare to know everything about this traditional food bamboo rice.

Horse Gram will reduce unwanted flesh

Horse Gram

Horse Gram is a type of lentil. There are many other names for this in Tamil, such as Koll, Kaanam, Mudhirai. It is also found in flat brown and red soil color. The English name for this is 'Horse Gram'. This is because the lentils were fed to the horse.

Ancestors also fed lentils to horses that worked hard, as they could strengthen bones and nerves. Horses take the power to run for many miles from the lentils they eat. Fat in the body - can reduce and give more strength to the body.

Nutrients contained in Horse gram

Horse Gram is rich in protein, fiber, minerals, iron, starch, and vitamins. It also contains innumerable nutrients.

Medicinal uses of Horse Gram

Reduce bodyweight
You may have heard the proverb ‘Sesame for the lean’ and ‘Sesame for the fat’. According to the proverb, the horse gram has full of nutrients needed to lose weight. It has been said in Siddha medicine that it is very beneficial to eat soup made with horse gram.
Taking horse gram in the diet often will maintain weight. Take a handful of this legume at night and soak it in water overnight and eat it when you wake up in the morning to lose weight quickly.

Preventing the formation of kidney stones

Our blood pressure will be under constant pressure if we continue to take the horse gram. Also prevents the accumulation of kidney stones. Greatly reduces colds, coughs, body aches, etc., and also reduces body aches that occur after strenuous physical activity.

Will reduce the unwanted flesh

Soak lentils in water and drink that water to get rid of bad water in the body. Pulses also have the power to reduce the flesh. It is also high in starch. We can eat the lentils either by soaking in the water or fried.

Menstruation is normal

If we drink horse gram boiled water, the cold will be cured. The body organs are strengthened. Horse gram water can also cure diarrhea, constipation, and eye diseases. Controls whitening and regulate menstruation. Expelling maternal dirt. Porridge made with horse gram and rice stimulates the appetite and strengthens the body.

Expelling mucus

If you give cold soup to children during the rainy season, the cold problem will be cured immediately. Not only children but also adults can drink that soup.

The recession will go away

The horse gram can be ground and powdered and used in soup. For some people, the stomach is always bloated due to gas problems. If they eat it with porridge, or chutney, or soup, they will be very hungry.

Cowpea - The nectar of the poor

Cowpea

Cowpea is one of the legumes. This is called flat peas. It will be in black and red. It is called Karamani in Tamil.

It thrives even in the dry land. Cowpea is known as the ‘nectar of the poor’ as it satisfies the hunger of the poor and provides them with more nutrients.

This crop can be boiled and eaten alone. It can be eaten as curry, fries, and avial. We can Soak, grind and make snacks out of it.
When buying cowpea you should buy unpeeled peas with uniform color and no holes. It is used to make soups, salads, cakes, and desserts.

History of Cowpea

Studies show that it was first cultivated in Africa about 4000 years ago. It was also cultivated in India between 200 BC and 300 BC. It is currently widely grown in South Asia, Africa, South America, and Latin America.

Nutrients in Cowpea

Cowpea is high in calcium, iron, copper, manganese, phosphorus, magnesium, selenium, zinc, and potassium. The phytonutrient biosine is found. It is also high in carbohydrates, protein, and fiber.

It is also rich in Vitamin B1 (thiamine), B9 (folates), B5 (pantothenic acid), B6 ​​(pyridoxine), B3 (niacin), and B2 (riboflavin).

Medicinal uses of Cowpea

Increases digestive power
It is high in fiber. Therefore, it increases the digestive power and prevents problems including constipation and diarrhea.

Eliminates toxins

The antioxidants in cowpea help to flush out toxins in the body. And these inhibit the action of free radicals. This prevents the cells from being damaged and protects against cancer. It also contains Vitamin C which boosts the body's immune system.

Giving good sleep

Cowpea contains magnesium and tryptophan. It relieves body fatigue and promotes good sleep. People who suffer from insomnia can get a good night's sleep by eating cowpea seeds before going to bed.

Protecting the heart

Vitamin B1 (thiamine) found in cowpea helps greatly in heart health. This vitamin protects us from problems like heart failure. Also, the flavonoids found in cowpea help the heart function better. The fiber in it prevents the accumulation of cholesterol in the body and prevents blockages in the arteries.

Can reduce weight

Cowpea is low in fat. And the fiber in it stimulates good digestion and prevents excessive hunger. Thus those who think they need to lose weight should take cowpea regularly.

Preventing anemia
Anemia is caused by a deficiency of red blood cells in the body. Iron in cowpea increases the number of red blood cells and prevents anemia.

The skin is protected

The antioxidants, vitamin C, and protein in cowpea help keep skin healthy. The antioxidants in it prevent the skin from aging and protect the skin from the appearance of aging.

Protecting the bones
The calcium, magnesium, and manganese in cowpea help in the protection of the bones. So you can have this and protect the bones.

Diabetes is under control
Magnesium found in cowpea regulates insulin secretion. Thus diabetes is under control. It also eliminates fatigue and paves the way for better sleep.