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In-depth information regarding health care benefits, with table of fruit nutrition facts of different fruits. Check out these benefits of your favorite fruits.

Fruits
Noni Fruit-Morinda citrifolia 8.5

Noni Fruit (Morinda citrifolia) colloquially known simply as Awl Tree, Brimstone Tree, Beach Mulberry, Canary Wood, East Indian Mulberry, Cheese…

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Limeberry-Triphasia trifolia 6.4

Limeberry (Triphasia trifolia), also known as Lemon China, Lime Chinese, Limeberry, Trifoliate Limeberry, Lime Orange Berry, Triphasia, Trifoliate Limeberry or…

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Wampee-Clausena lansium 8.0

Clausena lansium is a plant species in the family Rutaceae, native to Southern China: Fujian, Guangxi, Guangdong, South Guizhou, Sichuan,…

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Raspberries-Rubus idaeus 7.5

Raspberries, also called European Raspberry, Nectar Raspberry, European Red Raspberry, Raspberry, Red Raspberry and Raspberry Bush, are an edible fruit…

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Long jack-Eurycoma longifolia 6.9

Long jack, also known as Ali’s Walking Stick, Ali’s Umbrella, Long Jack, Tongkat Ali, Malaysian Ginseng, Picroxylon Siamese, Manotes Asiatica,…

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Melinjo-Gnetum gnemon 7.8

Melinjo (Gnetum gnemon), also known as Daeking Tree, Gnemon Tree, Joint-Fir Spinach, Paddy Oats, Melinjo Nut, Meminjau, Bago, Belinjo and…

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Hackberry-Celtis occidentalis 6.0

Celtis occidentalis, generally known as Hackberry or less commonly as American hackberry, Mississippi hackberry, Nettletree, Northern hackberry, Sugarberry and beaverwood,…

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