Benefits of Sapodilla fruits
Sapota is a tropical evergreen, fruit bearing tree belongs to the family of Sapotaceae.
1. Sapodilla fruits
The flavor of sapodilla appeals to almost everyone, and it can best be described as a pear that has been sopping in brown sugar. They are best served fresh and chilled, and then they can be halved or cut into wedgese. It is strong and windresistant and rich in a white, sticky latex. In the tropics level it will grow to 100 feet, but graft cultivars are significantly shorter.
2. History
Sapodilla is believed to have originated in the Central American rain forests, probably in Mexico and Belize. It has now spread across the tropical belt and is being commercially grown in a large scale in India, Sri Lanka, Indonesia and Malaysia. Sapodilla grows naturally in coastal Yucatan in the Petenes mangroves ecoregion, where it is a subdominant plant species. This plant was introduced to the Philippines during the Spanish colonization. The sapodilla tree grows fast and is resistant to the wind and drought hence making it suitable to withstand dry arid regions with scanty rains. However, in order to get a good fruit yield, irrigation is necessary during the summer season.
3. Sapodilla Fruit
The sapodilla Fruit is a chewing gum component and also the source of chicle. Fruit may be round to ovalshaped or conical, and 2 to 4 inches in diameter. Small brown downy fruit with orange flesh which has a caramel. Fresh ripen sapodilla is a good source of minerals like potassium, copper, iron and vitamins like folate, niacin and pantothenic acid. These compounds are essential for optimal health as they involve in various metabolic processes in the body as cofactors for the enzymes.
4. Taste
The plant was used as the base for chewing gum from Sapodilla. The flesh with soft brown of the sapodilla tastes a bit like a sweet mix of brown sugar and root beer. Sapota fruit is brown in color with sandy
5. Used in treating anxiety and depression
The juice extracted from the seeds of this fruit is an effective sedative and can be used in treating anxiety and depression. It is also a diuretic and aids in removing stones from internal organs. The fruit is rich in antioxidant polyphenolic compound tannin. Tannins are a complex family of naturallyoccurring polyphenols that neutralize acids by precipitating proteins. Research studies found that tannins have shown to have potential antiinflammatory, antiviral, antibacterial, and antiparasitic effects.

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    1. Roast some ajwain dry on a tawa. Tie it in a muslin bag and sniff frequently.
    2. Make a paste of 2-3 powdered cloves (laung) and salt. Apply this paste on the forehead.
    3. A paste made of dry ginger (sonth) with a little water or milk when applied to the forehead also gives relief.
    4. A ripe apple, after removing the upper rind and the inner hard portion should be taken with a little salt every morning on an empty stomach. Continue for a week. This yields good results even in case of chronic headaches.
    5. Mix 1 teaspoon finely ground cinnamon (dalchini) in 1 teaspoon water and apply on the forehead. It is very effective in headache due to exposure to cold air.
    6. Crush an onion and apply the paste on the head.
    7. Grind 10-15 tulsi leaves with 4 cloves (laung) and 1 teaspoon dried ginger (sonth) into a paste and apply.
    8. Tulsi Tea: Mix 8-10 basil (tulsi) leaves, " piece ginger (adrak), 7 black pepper corns (saboot kali mirch) powdered coarsely with 1 large cup (200 ml) water. Boil for 2 minutes. Remove from heat, cover and keep for 2-3 minutes. Strain, add boiled milk, sugar and drink warm. Lie down covering yourself with a sheet for 5-10 minutes. It is very helpful in headaches, cold, indigestion. Drink 2-3 times a day. (For children reduce quantity to half. )
    9. Follow the simple Chinese accupressure technique and say goodbye to those nasty headaches. This can be done anywhere and at any time. Place your thumb on the web of skin between the thumb and index finger of your other palm and apply pressure for about two minutes. Repeat on the other hand. However, this Chinese accupressure massage is not recommended for pregnant women.
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