The Carrot â€“ â€œApple of the poorâ€â€¦.!!
The carrot is available mostly everywhere. In India it is available in large quantities in between month October to March, every year. Its colour varied from pinkish red to yellow. It is within the reach of rich and poor alike, that is why rightly called, “Apple of the poor”. Its root is main edible part. It is taken raw as juice, salad and cooked as vegetable, jam, murabba and many other varieties.
It is an energy giving tonic for eyes, skin, bones, heart and muscles of the body. It is blood-purifier, digestive, anti-flatulent and anti-pyreutic. It’s help to maintain acidic and alkaline proportion during digestive process. It is also used as herbal medicine and home remedies in healing of many ailments like; Gout, jaundice, intestinal disorder, diabetes, kidney stone, sexual weakness, tonsillitis, skin-troubles, eye-problems, headache and many more..
Really carrot is a very useful and we should add in our daily diets…
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