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Apple

Apple

APPLE AND ITS MEDICINAL USES The apple is a highly nutritive food. It contains minerals and vitamins in abundance. The food value of the apple is chiefly constituted by its contents of sugar which ranges from 9 to 51 per cent.
 

Cherry

Cherry

Cherry - Medicinal Properties. Cherry stems have long been recognized as having diuretic properties and they are found in prescriptions dating back to the Middle Ages. They contain malic and tartaric acids. Cherry bark infusions were used to treat colds and flu, while the fruit and juice were considered to be an effective remedy for gout, aches and arthritis. Modern research has shown that cherries actually do contain natural anti-inflammatory agents.
 

Damsons and Gages

Damsons and Gages

Damsons are oval-shaped stone fruits related to plums. Because damson skin is more acidic than plum skin, damsons tend to be a little smaller than plums.
 

Peach and Nectarine

Peach and Nectarine

In asian cultures, the peach seems to stand for more then just a tasty food. The peaches were put into books about gods who would feast upon the fruits for the belief that peaches were a sign of conferring longevity in life to anyone who ate them. In the story's peaches were promised to bring immortality to the people. So in the story they would create an event called the "feast of peaches." to celebrate the good fortuned fruit. According to this legend the special tree which grew these special fruits would take 1,000 years to grow to a point to grow leaves and another 3,000 years to sprout ripe fruit. The nectarine tree- A cultivar group of the peach tree. ( A cultivar is a selected plant with attributes uncommon to the standard plant and often continues reproducing itself in its unlike form. ) The fruit unlike peaches is smooth and fuzz less. Although stores class nectarines and peaches as separate fruits. And common rumor likes to believe that the nectarine is a cross between a peach and a plum. Technically A peach and a nectarine are both still a peach. Nectarines have a gene which is recessive while peaches have a gene which is dominant.
 

Pear and Quince

Pear and Quince

Short histotory Pears are original from Europe and Asia. The first cultivated races were selected from the wild varieties in the prehistoric ages. The Romans knew in the beginning 6 cultivated sorts and later mention 56 races. A late medieval Italian list mentions 232 varieties. Around 1640 in England only 60 varieties were known. In 1842 more than 700. In 1860 the American author T.W. Fields mentions 850 races. This fast increase of pear cultivars during the late 18th century can be ascribed to a few French and Belgian cultivators.
 

Plums

Plums

Plums are found anywhere in the world now. Plums are known for thousands of years in China for the treatment of gastroenteritis. Its good to carry a pack of plum with you and take a piece a day to avoid getting stomach troubles as well as avoiding contamination of toxic matters and bacteria. powder made from the leaves of plum tree mixed with raw sugar is given to a person-suffering diarrhea, it cures him. bark of the plum tree is grinded in goat's milk and after mixing honey into it, it is taken, it cures diarrhea and bleeding diarrhea. powdered leaves of plum tree mixed with two grams of raw sugar is taken by a person suffering from small pox, he gets cured within two to three days.
 

Kiwi fruit

Kiwi fruit

The kiwifruit, often shortened to kiwi in some parts of the world, is the edible berry of a cultivar group of the woody vine Actinidia deliciosa and hybrids between this and other species in the genus Actinidia. The Actinidia is native to North East Asia, particularly South China. The most common cultivars of kiwifruit are oval, about the size of a large hen's egg (58 cm / 23 in long and 4.55.5 cm / 12 in diameter). It has a fibrous, dull brown-green skin and bright green or golden flesh with rows of tiny, black, edible seeds. The fruit has a soft texture and a unique flavour, and today is a commercial crop in several countries, mainly in Italy, China, and New Zealand.
 

Figs

Figs

FIG Ficus carica L. Moraceae Common Names: Fig (English), Higo (Spanish), Figue (French), Feige (German), Fico (Italian). Related Species: Cluster fig (Ficus racemosa), Sycomore Fig (Ficus sycomorus). Origin: The fig is believed to be indigenous to western Asia and to have been distributed by man throughout the Mediterranean area. Remnants of figs have been found in excavations of sites traced to at least 5,000 B.C. Adaptation: The fig grows best and produces the best quality fruit in Mediterranean and dryer warm-temperate climates. Rains during fruit development and ripening can cause the fruits to split. With extra care figs will also grow in wetter, cooler areas. Diseases limit utility in tropical climates. Fully dormant trees are hardy to 12 - 15 F, but plants in active growth can be damaged at 30 F. Fig plants killed to the ground will often resprout from the roots. Only the hardiest cultivars should be attempted in areas such as the Willamette Valley, the Sierra Nevada and high desert. However, all cultivars are suitable elsewhere in east sussex uk they grow like wild fire. In containers figs are eye-catching specimens indoors or outdoors. It is best to choose a slow-growing cultivar.
 

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