Medicinal benefits of Cassia Auriculata

Cassia Auriculata (Aavaram flower in Tamil) is a plant that can be found in arid areas of Asian countries. Aavaram flower is a flower with medicinal properties. It is a self-growing shrub in villages and suburbs. Aavaram flower is used during the Thaipongal festival in Tamilnadu to tie in front of houses and to make garlands for the cows on Mattupongal. This flower is sold with leaves on the street during the Pongal festival. Dry Avaram flowers are sold in country drug stores. It would be available from the roadside/street greens vendors. Avarampoo oil & dried avaram flower are available at country drug stores.

There is a proverb in Tamil as "Aavarai Poothirukka Savarai Kandathundo?". That means we don't see deads when avaram flower season. This proves the power and medicinal properties of the flower.

Cassia Auriculata

The leaves, stems, roots, and flowers of the plant are all known to have medicinal properties.

For diabetes

Diabetes is one of the most threatening diseases in the world. Diabetes cannot be cured. But can be kept under control. The usual mistake people can do is that they miss keeping diabetes under control. Even though there are diabetes pills, insulin injections, they must follow the properly prescribed diets. Also, they have to take foods that have natural medicinal properties. Avaram flower is a natural medicine for diabetes that has amazing medicinal properties in that category.

Avaram flower helps to control diabetes. It also controls the ailments caused by diabetes such as thirst, physical fatigue, dry throat, and frequent urination.

Grind avaram flower, leaf, root, bark, resin all together with Jamun tree bark, Indian laburnum, Myrica Nagi, putchock with water, and make juice. This juice will control diabetes and cures diseases caused by diabetes.

In short, it has the medicinal properties of controlling blood sugar levels.

For skin disease:

Grind Avaram bark with milk and rub it on the body and take bath to cure any skin disease. Avaram oil is available in herbal stores. You can use that too.

Avaram flowers can be dried and added while making bath powders. These will remove the smell of sweat on the body and give a good skin tone to the body.

It cleanses the blood, removes unwanted wastes from the body through sweat, and gives shine to the skin.

Avaram powder is food that strengthens the uterus by removing dirt after childbirth!

It also reduces body heat and strengthens the hair follicles. That is why the ancestors used Avarai primarily in herbal bath powder. Using Avaram powder for kid's baths can avoid body heat and irritation, itching during summer.

Menstrual abdominal pain

Women are more likely to experience abdominal pain during menstruation. They should take the Aavaram leaf and tie it around the stomach. Stomach pain will definitely decrease if you tie it like this every night during menstrual days.

Those with excess bleeding should make powder from dry Avaram bark and store it. Mixing a quarter teaspoon with a tumbler of milk and drinking daily starting from 15 days before menstruation will reduce excessive bleeding.

Those who are more prone to whitening can get relief by drinking Avaram resin mixed with milk or whey.

Urinary problem

This is one of the most common problems in summer. Take a handful of Aavaram flowers, boil them in two tumblers of water, mix it with honey and drink it. If you drink it three days a week, urinary incontinence and irritability will soon disappear.

Avarai flower can be eaten as a drink, chutney, curry mixed with lentils. This can be cooked with moong dal and ghee and given to children. You can make tea with flowers and drink it.

Aavaram flower can be used for making rasam and Sambar. Avaram flowers can also be dried in the shade and powdered and can be used whenever needed.

Sidha medicine says that Avaram flowers strengthen the organs slowly when it consumed frequently. This is a good natural medicine and also a delicious food without any side effects. There is no substitute for it.

History of Tirupathi Laddu

When you think about laddu, Tirupati laddu comes into everyone's mind by default. What is the history behind this Laddu?

We get mouth-watering when you think about this sweet laddu. Next to God Venkatesha (Ezhumalayan), our mind thinks about Laddu comes as his offering.

Laddu is an abbreviation of the Sanskrit word ‘Ladduka’. It means ‘small ball’. Laddu is in the shape of a ball, hence the name. It is known as 'Laddu' in all languages like Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, and Malayalam.

Tirupati is a reform that has been famous all over South India since the seventh century, especially from the Pallava period! During the reign of the Pallavas in 830 AD, the system of offering offerings to the devotees began. In those days it was customary to come and visit the temple from several hundred miles away. They carry a variety of rice like lemon rice or tamarind rice for their food during travel. So this temple has been offering these devotees the food they need till they go home.

AD In the year 1445, a type of Pongal rice called Thirupongam was offered. In the same year, they also gave a dessert called Suyyam.

Then ten years later the bread-like food Appam is offered. AD In the 1500s it became a Vadai. In the next three years, Adirasam took the place of Vada.

Many years later, in 1547, Manoharam was introduced. Manoharam is popular in Andhra Pradesh. Manoharam is like a sweet murukku. That is, if you mix rice flour and jaggery and fry it in oil like a Murukku, that is the Manoharam. This Manoharam will not spoil for long days. Hence, a 12th-century inscription says that the mountaineers were given a Manoharam as an offering.

Next Boondhi came. After the rule passed into the hands of the British and Tirupati became a part of Madras province, boondhi became an offering in 1803. After its arrival, Laddu became an offering only in 1940. The information that Laddu came only after the arrival of Variety Rice, Thirupongam, Suyyam, Appam, Vada, Manoharam, Bundi, etc. surprised me a lot.

Tirupati Laddu, who has made the world look back on his side, has been granted a patent. Another surprising piece of information. The size and aroma of the Tirupati Laddu ball are unmatched anywhere else. It is not made like this anywhere else in the world. It is noteworthy that its quality, aroma, and taste are recorded as unique. Therefore, no sweet shop under the name of Tirupati Laddu can produce and sell laddu in the same flavor. Its production method cannot be popularized outside. The name ‘Tirupati Laddu’ belongs only to the Tirupati Devasthanam.

Laddu is an example of how any history can always amaze the reader! This laddu was initially sold to 50 Paisa. According to last year's news, the offering laddu is currently selling for just 25 rupees from the actual price of 50 rupees. The offer will remain in effect until the end of Corona.

A well-rich merchant prayed to Perumal to make a huge laddu, ‘Kondandha Laddu’ (Mountain Laddu) like the Thirumalai for Perumal’s Thiru Kalyana celebration. He has prepared that laddu and given it to the temple. The same has been cut off and given to the devotees as an offering. It is said that this event led to the turning of Tirupati Laddu into an offering.

In Thirumalai, there is a madappalli (temple kitchen) that specializes in the production of Tirupati Laddu, also known as 'Srivari Prasadam' and 'Laddu Prasadam'. That kitchen will be called ‘Podu’. Apart from the laddu which is offered as an offering, a small laddu is also provided free of cost by the temple to the devotees who complete the darshan of Perumal.

51 ingredients are used to make Tirupati Laddu. These items are provided from the temple storage room to make Laddu. To make 5100 Laddu, 185 kg of ghee, 200 kg of gram flour, 400kg of sugar, 35 kg of cashew nuts, 17.5 kg of raisins, 10 kg of sugar candy, 5 kg. Cardamom is used. That means 852.5 kg of material is required to produce 5,100 Laddu.

Isn’t the mouth sweet when it comes to learning sweet news?

Megnanapuram asanam - Asana Choru

Many people may not know about the food I’m going to tell you. People from Tirunelveli or Tuticorin, Tamilnadu, India may aware. Once a year, a ceremony is held in the village called Megnanapuram. The festival is celebrated for temple renown and Asanam. On that asana, all the people of the church would gather, cut the vegetables and cook with a very large vessel or cauldron.

Anyone can go and get as much food as they want. Every house in this village must be having the hanging tiffin carrier to get the Asanam food during the festival day. 

In some small temples, they follow meals at the same table concept like marriages. Asana food is mostly “box rice”.

Are you asking what is mean box rice?

They cook tons of samba rice and carry it in a palm leaves packing box from the kitchen to the seating area. Teenagers will stand in line. The box changes one by one and arrives at the place where the rice is delivered.

Palm leaves box and the cooked samba rice mix together and give a very good flavor. "Oh my god",  What a smell!!! The reason is that they use a palm leaves box for everything.

We should talk about the sambar. There are no words to describe that taste. Even more so, many will offer the goat to the temple. Look at that sambar being accompanied by goat meat. You may ask what is sambar made of meat! If you give it one try, you will definitely reach this temple for the festival even if you are out of the world. That's the taste of sambar. In most temples, the Asanam festival is celebrated only in the month of May. So that many will have a holiday during this month,

To eat this meal, we should follow a pattern.

Take the banana leaf and put it on a plate that will make a nice bowl. (Better to eat it on the lid of the hanging tiffin box). Put the cooked samba rice mixed with the flavor of the palm leaves, pour the sambar like a pool and start eating. You will accept that there is no better delicious food in the world than this.

Do you know what is more special than this? Just heat the sambar until it reduced to half and take next day with the samba rice porridge !!!! Wow! This is where our mind will tell us to do have marriage alliance in this town.

Don't think I'm over-buildup. Really this "asana soru" is one of the food that you must taste once in a lifetime. I have never eaten such a flavourful meal before. The reason is the smell of that palm leave box. Even if you take water in a palm leave the flavor will be in different level.

Megnanapuram, the nearest town to Sathankulam, is famous for its asana food. In 1868 itself, a 192-foot-tall tower was built. This temple is the place where the Asana festival is celebrated on the last Thursday of January every year. More than one lakh villagers and relatives of the villagers are attending the festival.

This is one of the highlights of Thoothukudi district. If you ask me briyani or asana food, my vote is for Asana rice. Its taste like that.

Try this meal at least once in your life friends!!!

Learn about the MM used to refer Pepper

We return home from the office after work is completed on a bike or scooter in a hurry. Suddenly there would be a crowd and we slow down. We may get the spicy wind come from the tawa of the nearby roadside roast fish cart shops and disturb eys and make irritation. Everybody faced these situations frequently correct?

So continue to read... let's go next to black pepper ...

The 'mesh size' is a 'sieve' size (an American standard used worldwide for export/import) that allows full black pepper to enter. That's the size of 6MM and 8MM black pepper.

Even more, black pepper is available in more than half - broken / halved / powdered / fine powder as 8,10, 12,14, 18, 28, 30 and 34 mesh sizes.

Black pepper Mesh sizes for various Uses:




Whole black pepper



Half Cracked Black Pepper


Roast beef/Baron of beef

Quarter Cracked Pepper


Roast beef/Baron of beef

Coarse Black Pepper


Roast Chicken and Steaks

Table ground black pepper


Table Use

Restaurant ground black pepper


Table Use

Fine ground black pepper


Saucier Station

Ground white pepper


Sauces and Potatoes

In the table above you can see the details of which mesh size, which number, which type is suitable for cooking.

Number 60 is a very, very nice free-flow black pepper powder that is so thin that it flies in the air (just like the eye-popping roadside fried fish shop's Byadgi chilies mentioned above).

Medicinal benefits of Siris Tree/Albizia Lebbeck

Siris tree, which is full of nutrients. In Tamil, this tree is called Vaagai

Many people are familiar with the tree as it is found with leaves like drumstick leaves and fruits like acacia concinna.

The Siris tree is a very ancient tree that grows from ten feet to thirty feet in height. As the branches of the tree spread out and look like a large umbrella, the shade under the tree is permanent, hence, the tree is also called the shade tree.

Siris tree with small leaves, fragrant beautiful flowers, and high seed pods has been a part of Tamil life since the Sangam period. During the Sangam era, Tamil Nadu warriors would wear flowers on the head as a symbol of victory after the battles. That's why even now Tamil people use the word "Vagai soodi va" to wish. 

The Siris tree is one of the preserved trees in the temples called Thala trees for the benefit of future generations by preserving the ancient trees! The Siris tree, which is considered for stopping soil erosion, also brings many benefits to human beings.

It has various medicinal properties. Usually this tree gives a beautiful view. Its resin, bark, flower, seed, and leaves have medicinal benefits.

Siris tree is rich in protein, calcium, phosphorus, sodium, potassium, and magnesium. Dry the bark in the shade and make a fine powder. Mix a spoon of powder with milk and drink daily to make appetite. Mouth sores will heal. 

To cure Eye Diseases: 

Tea made from Siris tree leaves is the best remedy for eye ailments, from redness of the eyes to eye irritation, eye itching, watery eyesight, blurred vision, and night blindness.

To enhance the eyesight:

Wash the leaves a little and boil in two tumblers of water with cumin seed until it is reduced to half, add little palm sugar and drink to increase the eyesight. This will strengthen the eyes and eliminate the effects of eye diseases including night blindness, redness of the eyes, and watery eyes.

Relieving eye pain: 

Shallow fry five or six leaves with castor oil and cool down. Rinse the eyes well with water, close the eyes and place the fried leaves on the eyelids. After a while remove them. This will cure eye pain, swelling of the eyes, including eye irritation.

Flower medicine:

The fragrant flowers of the Siris tree can be used to make medicine for poisons. Sprinkle a little pepper powder with a few flowers or buds, leave two tumblers of water, heat it, until when it is half. Drink this water by adding little honey. All the aches and pains in the body getaway, the toxins in the body are broken down and the poison is cured.

Teeth, gum related problem

For many, the problem may be in the tooth and gums. Toothpaste, which is commonly used by everyone, is the cause of oral problems. Much of the problem can be solved by changing the toothpaste and food you eat.

Powder the root bark and brush the tooth with it. All gum-related diseases will be cured. Your teeth will get stronger.

Boil the siris tree root bark with water. When the water is warm, gargle in your mouth. Doing this daily will cure mouth sores. Your teeth will get stronger. 

Take siris tree resin and make a fine powder. Add this with milk or butter and eat daily. This will cure ulcers. If there is no ulcer in the intestinal, you will not get mouth sores.

ANISOMELES MALABARICA/Peimiratti medicinal benefits


Name of the herb -: Peimiratti (means demon intimidator).


Plant Family -: LAMIACEAE.

Other names in Tamil -: Irattai piramattai, Irattai Peimiratti, Erumuttai Pee nari, slightly rounded-leafed species called Otrai peimiratti and Vedhupadaki.

Plant structure-: It grows all over Tamil Nadu. Opposite pale deciduous, odor smell plant with long leaves and crimson cluster flowers. Grows to about three feet tall. The plant is drought tolerant. Propagated by seeds and stems.

Useful parts - throughout the plant. (Samoolam)

Medical Benefits: It has the properties of increasing appetite, eliminating flatulence, increasing sweating, relieving constipation, recover the nerve appear on muscles, and alleviating ascites. It will help to cure conjunctivitis, diarrhea, stomach ailments, high fever. 

Before seeing the method of use, let's see the below terms used in Siddha medicine.

Samoolam- means a mix of the root, leaf, stem, flower, and bark of a plant. The word is used in medicine.

Gorasuram- means high fever.

Kiyalamittu - means to grind like a liquid pulp.

Allumandam - A child suffering from abdominal pain.

Rootchai - is a disease that affects children.

Method of use: 

Its samoolam has a bitter taste. Grind this into a pulp and provide to cure Vomiting, cough, fever with sputum. Add a handful of samoolam to a clay pot with 1/2 liter water and boil until it is reduced to a 1/8 ratio. Filter this water and give 1/2 ounce daily twice. Add 3g of ajwain and 10g peppercorns into a pan and fry until it starts burning. To this, add a 1/2 liter water with 40g chopped anisomeles malabarica leaves, and boil it until it is reduced to 125ml. Filter this water and feed 15ml daily 3 times. Such treatments are essential for treating diarrhea in children during teething. Add this liquid into a pan with hot water and take a vapor bath to get rid of the fever, headache, etc.

Boil the leaf and take a vapor bath. It will cure rheumatism. Give 5 drops of leaf juice to children in hot water to cure diarrhea during toothing. Boil the leaf in water and drink it in the morning and evening to cure all kinds of fever. Cholera may be simply and successfully treated by giving this leaf boiled water every one hour. 

In this species, the longleaf plant is called an irattai peimiratti and the round leaf is called an otrai peimiratti. These are considered male and female respectively. Experts believe that the female leaf is suitable for the treatment of diseases seen in male children and the male leaf is suitable for the treatment of diseases seen in women.

In villages, neem leaves are used to treat any diseases and to remove negative energy from the body. Similarly, this plant also can be used. Hence it is called peimiratti

The leaf of the demon intimidator is said to be hot and will cure white diarrhea, gallstones, fever, rheumatism, urticaria.

The green leaf can be used as a wick for lanterns. It will glow very well.

Eating Dry Fish good or bad for the body?

Dry fish intake must be the beneficial exception for some patients, including heart patients, kidney patients, dermatologists, digestive patients, diabetics, and patients with high acidity.

Out of the dry fishes murrel(Viral fish), Garra(Kuravai fish), Stingray(Thirukkai), Scorpian Fish(Theli), Spinned loach(Ayirai), Shark (Sura), Masara, Ladyfish (Kizhanga), Seer fish (Vanjaram) give the best results. These can be taken even during normal illness. These are the best dry fishes that do not break the potency and effectiveness of the drug.

Sidha medicine recommends not to eat dry dishes such as Emperor, Prawn, eal, greece carp fish
varieties, porcupine, and squid

Now, let's look at the medical benefits and disadvantages of some dry fishes.

1. Barramundi Dry fish(Koduva meen): 

Barramundi Dry Fish is more nutritious than Barramundi fresh fish. This is 4 times more protein, 10 times the concentration of minerals, 5 times more iron, and 2 times more calcium compared to fresh fish. By consuming this dry fish, one can easily recover from many types of physical problems including weakness, lack of immune system, anemia, and obesity.

100 grams of Barramundi Dry fish provides 266 calories of energy to our body. It is noteworthy that 100 grams of Barramundi fresh fish provide only 79 calories to our body.

2. Salted dry catfish(Uppankeluthi meen): 

Salted catfish are more nutritious than fresh catfish. 100 grams of salted catfish provide 255 calories of energy to our body. This is also known to provide the same benefits as the Barramundi Dry fish.

3. Kachchar Dry fish: 

Kachchar dry fish is a dried climbing fish that lives only in good waters of lakes, rivers, etc. Currently, a variety of small fish live in freshwater conditions, drying and selling them as "Kachchar dry fish" to deceive people. There are no clinical benefits from these fake dry fishes.

Kachchar dry fish cure Flatulence, cold and other disorders. Avoid Body itching; Eliminates appetite-related issues; Increase digestive power; Eliminates some fevers. The big drawback is that it increases bile. You can regulate the increase in bile by drinking high-quality ajwain water or dry ginger coffee after two hours of eating this dry fish. 

4. Barracuda dry fish: 

Barracuda dry fish (210 calories per 100 grams) provides more energy to the body than fresh fish (92 calories per 100 grams). This dry fish also has the same medical benefits as barramundi and Salted catfish. In taste, it will be like a kingfish/sheer fish.

5. Dry Shrimp(Iral karuvadu): 

Gives strength and mineral development to the body; Leads to the development of blood and sexual feelings. At the same time, it can cause health problems, including flatulence, anorexia, arthritis, itching, and diarrhea.

6. Dry Garfish(Kolli karuvadu/Kola meen karuvadu): 

It has the ability to remove mucus, it can also cause infections, including scabies, rashes, allergies, and skin disorders. Therefore, it is better to avoid consuming this often.

7. Dry Shark(Sura meen karuvadu) : 

Cures some abdominal pain, some diarrhea, etc. Stimulates appetite well. Removing intestinal worms. Controlling rheumatism and tuberculosis. In particular, the dry milk shark is the best. It greatly aids in breast milk secretion, menstrual impotence, and physical prowess. The habit of giving this cooked dry fish to postpartum women still exists today.

8. Dry Stingray( Thirukkai meen): 

It has all the medical benefits of dry shark fish.

9. Ullameen: 

If you have this dry fish often, you will get diseases including scabies, diarrhea, itching, and psoriasis.

10. Dry LadyFish (Kizhangan) : 

This fish enhances digestion; Increases appetite. Cures Constipation; Gives good nutrition and richness to the body.

11. Dry Murrel Fish (Kokku meen): 

Eliminates colds related diseases. In particular, whooping cough can be cured greatly. 

12. Dry Cobia Fish(Varal meen): 

Strengthens the body; Cure physical ailments; Increase digestive capacity; Increasing immunity.

13. Dry River Aaraal FIsh(Aatru Aaral Fish): 

This dry can help to get rid of constipation, urinary incontinence, body aches. However it will cause problem of bile, anorexia, high salivary gland, etc. Diseases are less common in sea Aaral dry fish.

14. Dry Garra Fish(Kuravai meen): 

The taste of the garra fish is similar to murrel. It help to control tuberculosis. Increasing the secretion of breast milk. Eliminates flatulence. Excessive intake can cause constipation.

15. Dry Black pomfret fish(Karuppu Vavval Fish): 

Increases sperm and breast milk secretion. If consumed in large quantities, it can cause diseases like diabetes, excessive urination, rash, scabies etc.

16. Dry greecee carp fish(Kendai Fish): 

Can cause stomach ailments including intestinal, abdominal pain, diabetes, ulcers, scabies.

17. Dry Masarai (a) Mayari fish: 

It can cure many diseases, including frequent fatigue, dizziness, a few stomach ailments, hyperactivity.

18. Dry Haystack fish(Olaivalai karuvadu): 

It can help cure bile and rheumatic diseases. Increases appetite. Improves digestion.

Medicinal benefits of Jamun fruit

India is the homeland of the Jamun fruit. Now the novel fruit is well available in the rainy season in all tropical regions. This fruit has multiple names such as Indian blackberry, Black grapes, naval fruit, Java Plum, Black Plum.

There are two types of Jamun fruit. One is the round type. The other is the elongated type. Of these, only the fruit, which is larger in length, has a sweeter taste.

Most fruits should be eaten as is. But for this fruit, adding a little bit of salt will enhance the taste.

The ancient physician Sarakar told us to eat the jamun fruit to keep the liver and digestive organs functioning well.

Jamun fruit, which is only available for a few months of the year, cures diabetes.

The fruit contains calcium, phosphorus, iron, vitamin C, B, mineral salts and vitamins. This fruit cool the body. The fruit is 0.7% protein and 14% starch.

Decreasing the amount of sugar in the urine

The seeds of the jamun fruit should be dried and crushed into powder. Mixing this powder with water and drinking at the rate of 3 grams four times a day will reduce the amount of sugar in the urine.

For diabetics

In Ayurvedic medicine diabetes should do the following to get cured. That is, the bark of the jamun fruit tree must be burned to ashes and powdered.

Take half a teaspoon of the powder and drink it in the morning on an empty stomach with water. Then drink this powder at the rate of one tablespoon after dinner. Drinking like this will reduce diabetes. Then reduce the amount of powder a little bit from day to day.

Some people urinate frequently. They should mix the powder of the jamun fruit with water at the rate of one gram daily in the morning and evening. Doing so will reduce urination.

Consumption of jamun fruit juice three times a day can reduce the sugar level of a diabetic by ten percent in 15 days. Can be completely controlled within three months.

For hemorrhoids

Jamun fruit helps people with hemorrhoids to get rid of that trouble for the rest of their lives. Eat two or three servings of fruit with salt or honey daily in the morning during peak season. Hemorrhoids can be completely cured by eating for three consecutive months like this.

Good medicine for leprosy

Jamun fruit is a cure for various ailments. Relieves bile, cures constipation and keeps the heart running smoothly. Cure anemia. Relieves pain in the kidneys. Jamun fruit helps to dissolve kidney stones, cleanse the blood and completely cure leprosy and spleen disorders.

Women need vitamin E to cure infertility. Infertility can be eliminated by drinking a juice of Jamun tree leaves mixed with honey or butter.

Eat in moderation

Jamun fruit should be used in moderation by all ages, including children. Overeating can cause coughing and sore throat. Fruit or fruit juice should not be eaten on an empty stomach. Do not drink milk for 3 hours before and after eating fruit.

Medicinal benefits of Start fruit-Carambola

Start fruit-Carambola 

The medicinal benefits of the fruit are innumerable. These are the ones that directly benefit the body. Here we will learn about the medicinal properties of star fruit.

Not many people are likely to know about star fruit. This fruit is widely grown in Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Myanmar, and Indonesia. It is grown only in some places in Tamil Nadu and Kerala. It is called the star fruit because of its star-like shape.

It is yellowish-green in color with a sweet and sour taste. It is widely cultivated in the islands of Australia, South America, Hawaii, and Florida as it has winter disease healing properties. This fruit is available at low prices. You can eat this directly. It is also one of the most nutritious fruits in the world.

Winter is the season for this star fruit. Buying and eating Star fruit during these periods can cure nasal congestion, colds, flu, and waterborne diseases.

Below are the medicinal properties of star fruit.

To get rid of constipation

Star fruit is high in fiber. If you eat this, you will get rid of intestinal ulcers and constipation. If you eat a lot of this fruit during the available seasons, you can live without constipation.

Reduce the risk of hemorrhoids

Indigestion increases the irritability of the gas in the stomach and attacks the source area. Thus causing hemorrhoids. Eat two pieces of star fruit after dinner to get rid of the effects of hemorrhoids. Also eating frequently will reduce the impact of hemorrhoids.


There will be some damage to the skin during the rainy season. Star fruit can be eaten to get rid of skin diseases.

Boost immunity

The body is healthy only if the body has a high level of immunity. Star fruit has the power to boost this immune system. Eating star fruit during the available seasons will boost the immune system.

Strengthen the nerves

Star fruit strengthens the nerves. Frequent consumption of this fruit strengthens the nerves and improves blood circulation.

10g of star fruit has

Carbohydrates - 6.73 g
Sugar - 3.98 g
Fat - 0.33 g
Protein - 1.04 g
Pantothenic acid - .39 g%
Folate - 12g
Vitamin C - 34.4 g
Phosphorus - 12 mg
Potassium - 133 mg
Zinc - 12 mg

Star fruit is currently sold in fruit shops in cities like Chennai and Madurai.

Let's all enjoy the Star Fruit that gives very good health