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Mango (Magnifera Indica, Linn.)

 

Properties:
Ripe fruit laxative, diuretic, antihaemorrhagic, refreshing, restorative, linthotropic, haemorrhagic, astringent, anthelmintic, and diarrhoea, antisyphillitic and tonic.

Phytochemicals:
Vit A, C, flavones, carotenes, glucosides, sterol, terpene, aromatic acids, essential oil, fatty acids and phenolics.

Fluorine:

03-0.7 ppm dry edible material

Iodine:

0.53 ppm dry edible material

Calcium:

96 mg%

Magnesium:

27.1mg%

Phosphate:

25.0mg

Ascorbic Acid:

16.0 mg/100g

Phosphorus:

16.0 mg/100g

Iron:

1.3 mg/100g

Carotene:

2743 ug/g

Vitamin B1:

0.08 mg/g

Vitamin B2:

0.09 mg/g

Niacin

0.09 mg/g

Methionine and Lysine


Medicinal Uses:
1. It is a powerful nutritive fruit, containing most of all essential substances needed by our body.
2. It contains vitamins and minerals along with important Chemicals that keep out body fit and fine. So, it is a complete natural food.
3. It unripe (of about torch bulb size) fruit if used 6 pieces at a time per day for a week clears from kidney. This should be repeated consecutively for 3 years in mango season.
4. A drink made from boiled mango with salt is a wonderful remedy for heat stroke.
5. Powdered mango seed when taken 3 times a day cures diarrhoea and dysentery.
6. Mango Juice is a restorative tonic.
7. Dentifrice prepared from mango leaves keeps teeth healthy.

 

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