Summer time means mango time. Not only is it delicious, it is also rich in vitamin A and C. The ripe mango is known to tone the heart, simulate hunger, improve vision and even help with liver disorders.
The fruit contains about 6% sugar and 92% water. It is rich in vitamins A, B and C and is useful in conditions such as gonorrhea. Being an alkali food it can be eaten freely by those with acidity problems.
It is a great option for those with constipation and kidney stones. When eaten along with jaggery it is helpful for various skin problems. Also, the milk of the seeds with honey and dates act as an aphrodisiac, a boon for those with low sexual desire.
4.Black Plum (Jamun)
The juice of the jamun leaves form a part of the traditional treatment of diarrhea. And, the sugar diminishing capability of the jamun seeds is very helpful for diabetics.
But you’ll probably know it as lychee. It is one the richest sources of vitamin C. It is said that about nine litchis is all that takes to meet the daily requirements of vitamin C of an average adult.