Persimmon is an unique fruit, which not everyone loves, but it is so healthy, that it should not be overlooked. The divine fruit is a vitamin bomb known for its healing properties for centuries.
The exotic plant comes from the Ebenaceae family. The path of the orange treasure started from Japan and China and reached America and the Mediterranean in the 18th century. Characteristic of this type of fruit, is that it is grown mainly in subtropical climates. Most of the varieties withstand extremely low temperatures.
Due to its high tannin content, Europeans have long naively believed, that persimmon is completely unfit for human consumption. In the past, healers have used it to help people recover from long-term illness.
The greatest benefit of persimmon is the vegetable sugar it contains. It is recommended for diseases of the cardiovascular system and high blood pressure due to its diuretic effect, experts say.
Consumption of 3-4 fruits a day is enough to normalize the blood naturally without drugs. The content of pectin has a calming effect on stomach pain, helps with problems with the gastrointestinal tract and the tannins protect the intestinal flora. High levels of iron, potassium and magnesium are recommended for anemia and cardiovascular problems.
Persimmon fruit also have an excellent effect on thyroid diseases, as they are rich in iodine. They are especially recommended for thyrotoxicosis. The fruit is also an excellent means of preventing atherosclerosis.
Persimmon is a great choice for those who have decided to lose weight before the New Year holidays. The fruit provides valuable nutrients to those on a diet, does not contain many calories and above all, satiates effectively and for a longer time.
Consumption of persimmon in its raw and unprocessed form is most often recommended, as it preserves all valuable substances. However, from the incomparable raw fruit you can make desserts, cakes, fruit and vegetable salads, shakes, raw jam and all kinds of tasty things, that your imagination can create can be prepared from the delicious "divine" fruit..