What is Mango Fruit?
Mango fruit is known for its sweet and luscious taste, they also contain an abundance of vitamins. Some common names for mango are mangot, manga, and mangou, depending on the region or nation. Mango trees create a scenic landscape and grow up to 65 feet. They are also known for their longevity; some specimens are known to live for more than 300 years. Ideal for pulping and juice extracts, and used in various forms such as pickle, chutney, jelly, and vegetable dishes
Where does Mango Fruit grow?
Mango originated in South-East Asia, more specifically in Burma and Eastern India. Many stories in Indian mythology include the mention of mango plant, and Buddha is said to have often meditated in a mango grove. Mango cultivation first spread to Malaysia, Eastern Asia and Eastern Africa and was introduced to Africa and Brazil by Portuguese explorers. Today, India remains the world's major producer of mangoes, but Thailand, China, Brazil and Mexico also cultivate this highly beneficial fruit.
Mano Health Benefits and Nutrition Facts
· Flavonoids that strengthen the immune system
· Prevents cardio vascular diseases
· Improves memory and vision
· Anti-aging ignitor
· Peels contain pigments that have Anti-oxidant
· Dried mango flowers are used in the treatment
· Mango leaves help normalize insulin levels of blood
· Contains pectin and Vitamin-C that help to
lower cholesterol level
· Rich source of Vitamin-A and high in copper