Benefits of Thankuni Leaf

Benefits of Thankuni Leaf

Scientific Name: Centella asiatica; English: Centella

Benefits of Thankuni Leaf

Benefits of Thankuni Leaf: There are many benefits of Thankuni leaf. It is simply a leaf. like vegetable found all over the world particularly in moisture area. In most of the Asian region, it is found. We use various medicines for healing from various cure diseases and pests, most of which can lead to harm. We always accept antibiotics for the release of various diseases such as typhoid, diarrhea, cholera and especially stomach disorders. Which is also very expensive with side effects and out of the purchasing power of low-income people. But you do not know that there are some herbs around your house which grow without any care but naturally, that will not only reduce your even expenditure but also save you from different types of disease. This is beneficial herbal medicine. Today We will explain the benefits of Thankuni Leaf.

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Potato

Potato

Potato is naturally fat-free, a source of fibre, potassium, salt free, low in sugar and naturally saturated-fat free.

When Potato is carefully cooked, they’re also a great natural source of energy. The main mineral found in potatoes is potassium, which has several important functions, including:

  • contributing to normal muscle function
  • contributing to normal functioning of the nervous system
  • contributing to the maintenance of normal blood pressure.

When they are baked, they are also a source of thiamin (vitamin B1).

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Okra

Okra ( Lady's Finger)
Okra

Nutrition:  

Okra is a very nutritious and healthy  vegetable. It is  also known as “lady’s finger”, and one of the popular nutritious vegetables Eastern Countries. This vegetable is usually eaten while they are green, tender, and at immature stage. The plant is cultivated throughout the tropical and warm temperate regions around the world for their fibrous nature.

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Eggplant

The eggplant, also known as aubergine, garden egg, guinea squash, melongene, and brinjal, is usually distinguishable by its signature egg-like shape and vibrant purple color.

Although the dark purple version of eggplants is best known, they actually come in a variety of shapes and colors from small and oblong to long and skinny, from shades of purple to white and green.

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Cauliflower

Health Benefits of Cauliflower

Because of its beneficial effects on numerous aspects of health, cauliflower can easily be described as a superfood. Ten of its most impressive benefits follow:

1. Fight Cancer

Cauliflower contains sulforaphane, a sulfur compound that has also been shown to kill cancer stem cells, thereby slowing tumor growth. Some researchers believe eliminating cancer stem cells may be key to controlling cancer.

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Bottle-Gourd

Health Benefits of Bottle Gourd

Bottle Gourd is mostly available in tropical countries. Best to make soup, light curry, raita, bhaji (stir fry), achar (pickle), or kofta (vegetable balls) using lauki. I have seen people making South East Asian desserts such as halva and khir.

Bottle Gourd  has been used in South East Asian countries as a weight loss tonic as well as in skin care regime. A highly prized vegetable in Ayurvedic medicine as it increases ojas (immunity)

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Green-Cabbage

Amazing Benefits Of Green Cabbages For Skin, Hair, And Health

Green, leafy and wholesome, cabbage, is a low-calorie vegetable. A popular choice in salad recipes, this fiber-rich vegetable offers a host of benefits. Read on to discover the amazing benefits of this hardy vegetable.

Cabbage is an important member of the brassica family which also includes broccoli, cauliflower and Brussel sprouts. It is a round and leafy vegetable that is believed to have originated in the Eastern Mediterranean and Asia Minor. Available all the year round, it forms a part of a healthy diet.

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Bitter-Gourd

Benefits And Uses Of Bitter Gourd For Skin, Hair And Health

Bitter melon, also known as ‘‘Korola‘ in Bengali can be consumed in various ways like drinking its juice, pickle or using it in recipes.

1. Respiratory Disorders

The fresh pods are an excellent remedy for curing respiratory problems like asthma, cold, cough, etc. Also, the paste of bitter melon leaves, along with the paste of tulsi leaves, when taken with honey in the morning, is a good remedy .

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Carrots

CarrotsThe carrot is a root vegetable, usually orange in colour, though purple, black, red, white, and yellow varieties exist. Carrots are a domesticated form of the wild carrot, Daucus carota, native to Europe and southwestern Asia.

Although carrots are available throughout the year, locally grown carrots are in season in the summer and fall when they are the freshest and most flavorful. Carrots can be as small as two inches or as long as three feet, ranging in diameter from one-half of an inch to over two inches. Carrot roots have a crunchy texture and a sweet and minty aromatic taste, while the greens are fresh tasting and slightly bitter. While we usually associate carrots with the color orange, carrots can actually be found in a host of other colors including white, yellow, red, or purple. In fact, purple, yellow and red carrots were the only color varieties of carrots to be cultivated before the 15th or 16th century.
Health Benefits of Carrots
Prevention of Heart Disease: High cholesterol is a major factor for heart disease. Since regular consumption of carrots reduces cholesterol levels, it is a good idea to consume a healthy dose of carrots, in order to prevent heart-related problems.

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Tomato

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5 health benefits of Tomato:

Tomatoes are often considered a vegetable. Actually, it is  a citrus fruit. Tomatoes are an incredibly versatile food. They are delicious eaten raw, in salads or on sandwiches, and take on a wonderful sweetness when cooked. Their high acid content makes them a perfect food for canning.

One medium whole tomato contains around 22 calories, 0 grams of fat, 5 grams of carbohydrates, 1 gram of dietary fiber, 1 gram of protein and 6 milligrams of sodium. It also provides 40 percent of the recommended daily allowance of vitamin C, 20 percent of the RDA of vitamin A, 2 percent of the RDA of iron, and 1 percent of the RDA of calcium. Here are some of the health benefits of tomatoes.

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