March 8, 2012

Sawo Benefits

Sawo fruit has brown color. Behind the sweet taste, it saved a lot of benefits. Sap of the fruit and leaves, can be used as a cure diarrhea. In addition, the resin can be used for a mixture of sugars. For the purposes of diarrhea, use about 15 drops of the sap of the young fruit, then poured boiling water with 1/2 cup hot boiled water. Results of steeping drink as well.

Besides these ways, also can be used both ways. Take one young sawo, wash thoroughly. Then shredded, then pressed and filtered. If necessary, add a little boiled water. The next drink, 2 times a day.

It could also use brown leaves. Provide a bowl of leaves, and chopped in two cups water for 15 minutes. Cooking water, then taken three times a day.

For patients with inflammation of the mouth, immediately take one cup brown leaves. Then chopped in 2 cups water, for 10 minutes. Use water to rinse the stew.

While to cure dysentery, take 8 young sawo, wash. Chew fine with salt to taste. Little by little swallow, and drink warm water. Apply 2 times a day until healed.

Based on the research, the leaves and stems contain falvonoida turns brown. In addition, the leaves also contain saponins and stems also contain tannins. These substances are taking an important role in curing the diseases above.

Sawo was also good for heart health and blood vessels. So no wonder, now sawo juice sold in packaging.

Simple sugars in the sawo able to recover energy quickly. This fruit can also minimize the risk of gastrointestinal cancer, because sawo has the ability to bind carcinogens in the digestive tract.

Mineral content per 100 grams of sawo fruit:
21 mg of calcium ..........
magnesium .......... 12 mg
phosphorus .......... 12 mg
0.6 mg selenium ..........
0.1 mg zinc ..........
0.09 mg copper ..........
14.7 mg vitamin C ..........

Sawo has good mineral content. The fruit is a good source of potassium, which is 193 mg/100 g. In contrast, the Sawo also have low levels of sodium, 12 mg/100 g. Comparison of potassium and sodium content of which reaches 16:1 Sawo makes very good for the heart and blood vessels.

In addition to potassium-rich, amber also contains a number of other important minerals. Other mineral content per 100 grams of Sawo fruit is: calcium (21 mg), magnesium (12 mg), phosphorus (12 mg), selenium (0.6 mg), zinc (0.1 mg), and copper (0.09 mg).

Sawo rich of vitamin C. Consumption of adequate amounts of vitamin C can help increase iron absorption. Vitamin C can also interact with a variety of other vitamins such as vitamin E that act as antioxidants.

Brown fruit also contains folic acid, 14 g mkg/100. Folic acid is needed for the body's red blood cell formation. Folic acid also helps prevent the formation of homocysteine ​​which is very harmful for health.

Other vitamins are also contained in the sawo such as: riboflavin, niacin, B6, and vitamin A. While it can be used as a source of vitamins and minerals, amber should not be given to infants because of the sap feared would interfere with the digestive tract.