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The botanical name of Almonds is Prunus Dulcis and it belongs to the Rose family. Once upon a time almonds were mainly cultivated in Jammu Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh and other cold mountain areas. The Almond flower is usually single which sometimes appear on the leaf or along it.
As proteins and minerals present in the Almonds keeps your stomach full for a long time, it stops the craving of eating again and again. It has high content of Vitamin D, Calcium and Magnesium, therefore keeps the bones and muscles strong. Almonds are very good for people suffering from diabetes.
Almonds are best when soaked in water. Just soak a few almonds over night, peel the skin and eat it in the morning. It is always better to peel the skin as the toxic substances present in the skin are not consumed but the nutrients are. When soaked almonds are eaten, the process of digestion takes place very smoothly keeping the stomach healthy. Soaked almonds are best for pregnant women as it keeps the mother and baby healthy and provides them with all nutrients. Consuming a few almonds everyday will improve the memory and maintain healthy function of brain.
Almond paste when applied on the face along with multani mitti improves the skin texture. It can be applied along with milk and banana as well. Applying almond paste on the skin cab make the skin fair and remove the dark spots. It can even remove skin tan. Almond is good for hair too. Just apply banana and almond oil to the hair and u can see the difference.
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The botanical name of Apricot is Prunus Armeniaca L and belongs to the Rosaceae family. In older day Apricots were cultivated in 2000 BC. In India it is mainly produced in Himachal Pradesh, Jammu & Kashmir and Uttar Pradesh. There are varieties of Apricots found in India.
Apricots can be consumed raw as well as dry. It is very much used in ayurvedic medicines. Drying Apricots makes it dry. The drying process is carried out without damaging the fruit and its nutritional values. Hence even after drying Apricot does not lose its nutrients.
Apricot is not just a good source of fibre, but also contains potassium, magnesium, copper, phosphorous etc. It is also rich in Vitamin A,B, C and E. It is helpful for diabetic patients. It can boost your immune system if 3-4 Apricots are included in your daily routine. They are best if consumed on an empty stomach or else you include it in your breakfast. It can help in major diseases like cancer as well. It can improve the eyesight.
Ayurveda says that Apricot has the ability to cure many major diseases. It can control cholesterol and even make your skin glow. Apricot can take care of constipation as it has high content of soluble fibre. Apricot is rich in calcium and helps bone growth and prevent osteoporosis in older people.
Dried Apricot is very rich in Iron and Copper. Copper absorbs iron in our body. This increases the Haemoglobin production, which is very useful for women during menstruation. It has the ability to treat the symptoms of TB, Asthma and Bronchitis.
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