Quince - Beneficial Fruit For Your Health

It is just the right time to enjoy cooked or roasted quince. Quince is rich in vitamins and minerals. It contains vitamin C in large quantities, then vitamin B1, B2, niacin, carotene, calcium, magnesium, potassium, copper, sodium, zinc, iron, manganese, sodium, chlorine, and sulfur. It also contains protein, dietary fiber, carbohydrates (15.3 g), and is low in fat (0.1g). When buying, choose the quince that is not too soft.

Quince  - rich in vitamins and minerals

Quince heals anemia

The most important ingredient in this healing fruit is vitamin C, which plays a key role in physical and mental health. Vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant and prevents unsaturated fats to form free radicals. Quince contains a lot of pectin, which has beneficial effects on the blood system, helps to lower blood pressure and provides protection against radioactive radiation. 100 g quince has 57 calories.

This beneficial fruit improves digestion, cures anemia and is used as a supplement to beauty products. Cooked quince is used against inflammation of gastric and intestinal mucosa. Quince is used for the treatment of oropharyngeal mucosa, tonsils, respiratory system, and for the relief of diarrhea. It is thought to regulate heavy periods. Quince is good to eat on an empty stomach.

Quince - Healthy seeds and leaves
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The seeds and leaves of quince

Medicinal properties, besides the quince meat, also have quince seeds and leaves. Quince seeds contain amygdalin or vitamin B17, which has an anticancer effect. Also, the seeds are rich in tannin, sugar, pectin and malic acid. Tea made from the seeds cures insomnia, relieves tension and eliminates bad breath, and mucus from the seeds heals burns and wounds.

Several quince seeds submerged in water, very quickly will form a slimy fluid, which is a good natural remedy for coughs and respiratory inflammation.

Tea of quince leaves is an excellent natural remedy for stopping diarrhea. Prepare a tea by one tablespoon of dried leaves of quince and pour half a liter of boiling water. Leave it to rest for 30 minutes, then strain. Take a tea while it is still warm.
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