Tamarind Tropical Tree Plant LIVE EXOTIC FRUIT Delicious

September 23, 2019 - Comment

TAMARIND(tamarindo) LIVE PLANT, i sell the plant to become SUPER TROPICAL FRUIT TREE . Shipped with USPS Priority Mail. This exotic fruit can be eaten fresh or used in sweet, bitter and salty dishes, such as gacha, sauces, soups, preserves and jams; It is also used in wines and can be soaked in cold water

TAMARIND(tamarindo) LIVE PLANT, i sell the plant to become SUPER TROPICAL FRUIT TREE . Shipped with USPS Priority Mail. This exotic fruit can be eaten fresh or used in sweet, bitter and salty dishes, such as gacha, sauces, soups, preserves and jams; It is also used in wines and can be soaked in cold water to prepare a refreshing drink Strengthen respiratory health Promote heart health by reducing blood pressure Regulate blood glucose levels to help control diabetes Help in weight loss by inhibiting enzymes that store fat Alleviate pain, including headache Fight infections by strengthening the immune system Reduce fever Protect against intestinal parasites Reduce the pain and inflammation caused by hemorrhoids Stimulate the release of gastric juices to help regulate digestion through its fiber Improve blood circulation due to its iron content Protect your skin from premature aging Improve nerve function due to its high thiamine content Polyphenolic aspects of tamarind Studies have shown that tamarind has a high content of vitamins and minerals, which includes “a high level of protein with many essential amino acids that help strengthen muscles.” It also has significant amounts of calcium, phosphorus, potassium, iron, sodium, copper, zinc and nickel, the latter is only needed in minimal amounts to help improve the body’s ability to absorb iron, prevent anemia and strengthen bones to counteract osteoporosis. Thiamine is one of the B vitamins that serves to improve your nerve function and muscle development, also contains a unique compound known as hydroxycitric acid (HCA, for its acronym in English) that can be extracted and used as a spice to suppress appetite and promote weight loss. Tamarind leaves contain a “good” amount of vitamin C and β-carotene, as well as a high content of minerals such as phosphorus, potassium, calcium and magnesium. And despite the fact that pulp and seeds have proven to be rich in powerful antioxidants and other phytonutrients, in some places, they do not use them because they consider them useless.

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