Fruits

Dalanghita Fruit

The Health Benefits of Dalanghita Fruit

Dalanghita is a small tree. Green fruit turns to yellow, greenish yellow or orange. Leaves are smooth, oblong to broadly lanceolate, 4 to 10 centimeters long, with narrowly winged short petioles of about 1 centimeter long.

 

Flowers are white, short-pedicelled and mostly solitary. Fruits are hesperidums, with a loose skin More >

Chico Fruit

The Health Benefits of Chico Fruit

Sapota also known as ‘chikoo’ is a delicious calorie-rich fruit belonging to the category of fruits like mango, banana and jack fruit.

 

The fruit is a round or oval-shaped berry measuring around 10 centimetres in diameter and weighing 150 grams. It has 2-5 big, black, shiny bean-like seeds in the More >

Bilimbi Fruit

The Health Benefits of Bilimbi Fruit

Averrhoa bilimbi, commonly known as bilimbi, is a sour, tangy, juicy fruit which makes a regular appearance in the Coastal Karnataka.

 

It is widely called as cucumber tree or tree sorrel in English but the tree itself is native to most tropical countries.Bilimbi fruit are used in many medicinal purposes because More >

Pulasan Fruit

The Health Benefits of Pulasan Fruit

Pulasan, a fruit which is similar to and sometimes confused with the closely related rambutan, is an attractive, medium-sized tree, sometimes used as an ornamental.

 

The fruit is oval, 5 to 7.5 cm long, with a thick, leathery rind covered with tubercles (warty protuberances) tipped with thick, fleshy spines. Pulasan More >

Marang Fruit

The Health Benefits of Marang Fruit

Marang is a tropical fruit with a Latin name, Artocarpus Odoratissimus meaning sweet odour and taste.

 

The marang tree grows up to 25 meters and is fruit bearing within 4 to 5 years of cultivation. Marang is rich in protein, fat, carbohydrates, calcium, phosphorous, iron, retinol, beta-carotene, niacin, thiamine, riboflavin, and More >

Calamondin Fruit

The Health Benefits of Calamondin Fruit

Calamondin is a native fruit from the Philippines (known as Calamansi). Although many believe that it originated in China and has spread out through South East Asia, India, Hawaii, West Indies, Central and North America. This fruit can be eaten skin and all for good health resource.

 

The skin is sweet More >

Galia Melon

The Health Benefits of Galia Melon

Melon is any of various plants of the family Cucurbitaceae with edible, fleshy fruit (like gourds or cucurbits). The word “melon” can refer to either the plant or specifically to the fruit.

 

One such melon is Galia melon, they provide beta carotene, linked with cancer prevention particularly lung cancer and More >

Ogen Melon

The Health Benefits of Ogen Melon

Ogen melon is a melon which is roughly oblong in shape, with skin which starts out dark green and pales to a yellowish gold as the melon matures, with deep streaks of green, yellow, or orange in the skin. The term “Ogen melon” is also used to refer to a More >

Canary Melon

The Health Benefits of Canary Melon

Canary melon is a fruit similar to that of honey dew and cantaloupe and is native to Persia. The name comes from the fact that it has a bright yellow skin the same colour as a canary.

 

The Canary melon is oval-shaped, with a smooth skin. When the melon is More >

Langsat Fruit

The Health Benefits of Langsat Fruit

Lansium domesticum, also known as langsat, buahluku or lanzones, is a species of tree in the Mahogany family and is native to Southeast Asia.

 

The fruit can be elliptical, oval, or round, measuring 2 to 7 centimetres (0.79 to 2.76 in) by 1.5 to 5 centimetres (0.59 to 1.97 in) in size. Fruits look much like small potatoes and are borne in More >

African Cucumber

The Health Benefits of African Cucumber

The African cucumber is a fruit, horned melon or melano, that can be greatest described as melon with horns. It is originated in the Kalahari Desert and but now it is present in California and New Zealand. 

 

The horned melon also called African horned cucumber or melon, jelly melon, hedged gourd, More >