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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.

Know about Atemoya 7.4

Annona atemoya is originated as a cross of Annona squamosal and Annona cherimola in Florida. P.J. Wester made the first…

Lamantan Facts 6.2

Lamantan scientifically known as Mangifera similis, an evergreen tree growing to the height of 18 meters though specimen’s upto 32…

Asam Kumbang facts 7.9

Asam Kumbang is an evergreen tree having very dense crown and grows to the height of 32 meters but more…

Lobi-Lobi (Louvi plum) 6.1

Lobi-Lobi, scientifically known as Flacourtia inermis Roxb., is originated in tropical Asia including Malesia. The annual planted in the tropics…

About Pulasan 7.4

Pulasan is a ultra-tropical and thrives in very humid regions between 360 and 1150 feet of altitude. The name pulasan…

Facts about Karanja 7.3

Karanja is a tree or shrub which is broadly distributed from India through central and south-eastern Asia, northern Australia and…

Facts about Spanish Cherry 7.6

Mimusops elengi commonly known as Spanish Cherry is a medium-sized evergreen tree belonging to Sapodilla family Sapotaceae. The plant is…

Runeala Plum 8.4

Runeala plum is the species which is cultivated around villages and naturalized throughout tropical regions especially in East Africa and…

Health benefits of Achacha 7.5

Garcinia humilis known commonly as achachairú or achacha is a small, prolifically-fruiting tree related to the Clusiaceae – Mangosteen family.…

Health benefits of Hala Fruit 7.5

Hala fruit scientifically known as Pandanus tectorius is a robust, hardy plant of Pandanaceae (Screw-pine family) for tropical, sub-tropical and…

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