Boost The Brain And Remove Insomnia. You Just Need This Fruit!

Have you heard of quenepa? It is beneficial, healthy and really needed at home.

It’s also known as the Spanish lime and really works well for insomnia and better brain work.

It grows and comes from South America, but also is found in the Central America and Caribbean. It is gentle on the touch, like a jelly, fleshy and soft tissue with leathery surface but a hard shell, and people often mix this with lime, chilly or a bit salt. The taste is interesting – sour and sweet.

Experts say it is like a mix in between lychee and lime.

So, it is popular in the USA since it is like a lime, only yellowish/orange. It has a pulp and seeds inside.

The nutrients in this miracle fruit are:

  • Aminos
  • Minerals
  • Protein
  • Vitamin C
  • Iron
  • Vitamins: B3, B6, B1 and B12
  • Thiamine
  • Unsaturated fat acids (linoleic, oleic)
  • Riboflavin
  • Fiber
  • Niacin
  • Tryptophan
  • Tannins
  • Calcium

Since it has many fibers, this fruit also resolves cholesterol and constipation.

In addition, it has vitamin A that stops tract stones in the urinary organs, and improves immunity. It has phosphorus and balances out the hormonal levels, aids in digestion, resolves asthma and lowers pressure.

It has a bunch of minerals too, makes teeth and bones stronger and offers antioxidants that remove free radical damage and prevent cancer.

The experts further say this fruit has phenolic compound that makes immunity stronger and stops heart problems.

Also this fruit does these things:

  • Removes parasites
  • Stops flu and bronchitis
  • Makes immunity stronger
  • Stops bacteria to spread
  • Cures kidney issues
  • Makes more red blood cells and stops anemia
  • Improves reproductive work
  • Resolves gum issues
  • Reduces cholesterol
  • Prevents urinary problems and lung problems
  • Soothes skin
  • Cures constipation

If you have diarrhea, mix some quenepa seeds, roasted, and honey. It works in minutes.

Since it is nutritious, this fruit will benefit the whole health in general. So, try to find it in your market or local stores and include it in the diet.

Source and image source: holisticlivingtips.com