Thursday, October 20, 2011

16 Types of Fruit Berry & nutritious

1. Bearberry
Extracts of plants intended to be used as antioxidants in food can also have biological effects on bacteria. Antimicrobial activity of ethanol extract antioxidant bearberry (Arctostaphylos UVA-Ursi) leaves, alone and in combination with Nisin, determined against 25 bacteria associated with food-spot on the grass-and micro-dilution method. bacterial growth kinetics of the four selected from 25 specified in the presence of Nisin and bearberry extract by monitoring the absorbance at 550 nm, whereas the sub-lethal wound bacteria is determined by the bearberry extract alone by plating on agar with and without 4% NaCl. bearberry extract alone showed no antimicrobial activity alone but increases the activity of Nisin, as determined by minimum inhibitory concentration, against many Gram-positive, but no, Gram-negative bacteria. Combination of Nisin and bearberry extract slowed the growth of some bacteria, especially Brochothrix thermosphacta, compared with Nisin alone. Sub-lethal injury was induced in two (Bacillus cereus and Broch. Thermosphacta) bacteria from four selected by the bearberry extract. Extracts may have potential as agents to improve the antibacterial activity Nisin, but further work is needed.

2. Barberry
Berberine, the most extensively studied component of barberry, may have de-worming, anticonvulsants, and sedative properties, and given a local anesthetic effect when injected subcutaneously. It also showed in vitro antibacterial activity against several species of which exceeds chloramphenicol.

An ethanol extract of B. vulgaris has demonstrated anti-inflammatory activity in in vitro studies and animal. Other alkaloids of plant isolates are less strong in anti-inflammatory effect of ethanol extract of the total.

Several isoquinoline alkaloids exert uterine-stimulating effects in animals. Other studies have shown antiarrhythmic effects and hypotension with berbamine and antiarrhythmic activity with berberine.

3. Barberry
In subarctic areas, crowberry has become an important addition to the food of the Inuit and Sami. After waning popularity, the crowberry once again regain its reputation as an edible berry. This provides a stable and relatively easy to collect plants. High concentrations of anthocyanin pigments can be used as natural food colorants. The Dena'ina (Tanaina) harvested for food, sometimes in the number of stores for winter, and as it is mixed with fat or oil. They're fine in a cool place without any special preparation.
Berry usually collected in the autumn of this year but if not taken they can survive on plants and can be picked in the spring. Inuit and Native Americans mixed with other berries, especially blueberries. Cooking enhance the flavor. They make a good cake and jelly.
Leaves and stems are used in Dena'ina medicine for diarrhea and stomach problems, they are boiled or soaked in hot water, and strained liquid drunk. Some states berry juice is good for kidney problems

Yellow-leaved cultivar Empetrum nigrum 'Lucia'
In Dena'ina plantlore outside and Upper Inlet area of Lake Clark, the root is also used as a drug, used to remove the growth on the eye and heal sore eyes. Roots boiled and washed the eye with tea, filtered cooled, a little sugar can be added. Some people say blackberry stems can be used in a similar way to this illness.
Crowberries contain most of the water. their low levels of vitamins, as well as the concentration of volatile liquids, a lack that makes them virtually odorless. acidity is lower than that typically encountered in forest berries, and benzene acids are almost nonexistent.

4. Crowberry
Sambucus nigra flowers are used to produce elderflower friendly. France, Austria and Central Europe produce elderflower syrup, usually made ​​from flower extracts of elderflower, which added to the pancakes (Palatschinken) mixture instead of blueberries. Many people throughout the Middle East, and Southeast Europe using the same method to make a syrup which was diluted with water and used as a beverage. Based on this syrup, Fanta soft drink marketed a variety of so-called "Shokata" sold in 15 countries around the world. In the United States, this French elderflower syrup used to make elderflower marshmallows.
Wines, cordials and jams have been produced from citrus fruit. In Italy (especially in the Piedmont) and Germany also flowering of elderberries is coated batter, fried and then served as a dessert or sweet lunch with a sprinkling of sugar and cinnamon.
concave elderberry twigs have traditionally been used as spiles to tap maple trees for syrup.

5. Elderberry
natural way. Amla (Indian gooseberry) is used by women in ancient times to treat their manes. It can help you too. Ayurvedic texts are replete with references about the usefulness of amla as a hair tonic. Premature graying, hair loss, dull, limp and greasy hair - you name it and 'amla' seems to have a solution to your problem.
1. Apply a mixture of almond oil and gooseberry juice with finger tips on the scalp.
2. Boil one cup of dried gooseberry with 4 cups of water. Add a pinch of sugar in it. Keep boiling until the liquid reduces to one cup. Mix 2 cups of mehendi, eggs, water, lemon and gooseberry solution and apply on hair. Wash the hair after two hours.
3.Amla to prevent premature graying
Take a few amla and cut into pieces. Dry them in the shade. Boil the pieces in coconut oil till the solid becomes like charred dust. This darkish oil is excellent oil to prevent graying of hair. Massaging the scalp with amla oil induces sound sleep as well.
4.Amla as a conditioner
The water in which pieces are soaked overnight dry amla hair care and water can be used as a final rinse when washing your hair
5.Amla to prevent hair-loss
If you lose too much hair on your scalp, regular intake of amla not only prevents further hair thinning but also good for hair growth. Also wash your hair with fresh amla juice.

Drug benefits and home remedies with Amla (gooseberry):
* A tablespoon each of fresh gooseberry juice and honey mixed with a highly effective form of medicine for several diseases. Its regular use will promote the spirit in the body within a few days. When fresh fruit is not available, dry powder can be mixed with honey.
* A tablespoon of gooseberry juice, mixed with a cup of fresh bitter gourd juice, taken daily for 2 months will reduce blood sugar in diabetes. Diet restrictions should be considered when taking this medication.
* An equal quantity of amla powder, jamun and bitter gourd powder also makes a very useful drug for diabetics. A tablespoon of this mixture once or twice a day would be effective in checking the progress of the disease.
* It is considered effective for heart disease. It tones up the functions of all organs of the body and build up health by destroying the heterogeneous elements and renewing the body energy.
* Juice of Indian gooseberry, mixed with honey is useful in preserving eye sight. It also helps in the treatment of conjunctivitis and glaucoma. It reduces intraocular tension. A cupful of this juice should be taken mixed with honey twice a day in the case.
* The Indian gooseberry is useful in the treatment of rheumatism. One teaspoon of powder of dried fruit mixed with two teaspoons Jaggery should be taken twice daily for one month in this disease.
* Dried fruit is good for diarrhea and dysentery. A drink made ​​from amla mixed with lemon juice and Misri is considered beneficial in controlling acute bacillary dysentery.
* Gooseberry has revitalizing effects. It is effective in maintaining strength in old age. This improves durability and protects the body against infection. It strengthens the heart, hair and different glands in the body.
* A confection made ​​from preserved fruits are useful in chronic constipation and act as an immunity enhancer.
* A useful herb leaves and skin ulcers in the mouth and tongue as a gargle.
* An oil obtained from fruit, strengthen hair and promote hair growth.
This indian gooseberry

6. Grape
This is the season of wine. Both green and purple varieties are available throughout India. Wine can be had in a fruit salad, fresh fruit juice, or as raisins (kishmish) that can be inserted into the kheer or payasam.

Origin of the grapes is a matter of debate. Some believe it was first discovered in the Soviet Union. From here, said to have spread to West Asia, North Africa, India, Australia and other nations. Others believe that Central Asia is where the wineries are coming from. Each state develops its own method of planting in the vineyard, as a result of the flavor varies from country to country. There are over 400 kinds of wine in the world.

In India, several types of grapes that grow, including Europe and Australia. Wine is grown in Kashmir and northern Uttar Pradesh on a large scale. Pune, Coorg, Aurangabad and Hyderabad are famous for their vineyards. Hyderabad is a sweet variety with large seeds, while the northern Indian varieties mostly seedless.

This is the only fruit which has natural fructose and glucose (about 15 percent). In addition to being easily digested grape give a lot of energy. They also contain resinic acid, tartaric and mellic which helps to keep the kidneys and intestines in a healthy condition. Effect of alkali from grapes that are good for the body.

Grapes also contain vitamins, 1.3 mg iron, 0.8 percent per protein, calcium 0.02 per cent, 10.2 per cent carbohydrate, fat 0.1 per cent, 0.02 per cent phosphorus etc. It is said 45 to 50 calories can be obtained by consuming 100 grams of grapes. Nutrients present in this fruit make it part of a balanced diet. Doctors recommend grape pulp and juice for good health. Nutrient levels also depend on the size and type of wine.

However, it should be ripe grapes to get all the nutrients. Wine is also good for vision and assist in clearing sputum.

Wine, other than consumed fresh, also dried and used. Kishmish raisins or grapes have all the nutrients they have. In desert regions, where milk is scarce, wine nutritional supplement intake.

Our ancestors used grapes to cure some diseases. In fact, in the Sushruta Samhita, this fruit has been advocated for energy rejuvenation. It is also believed to help in the efficient function of the stomach by increasing blood circulation and digestion. If a person consumes 8 to 10 raisins, feeling tired old age can be overcome easily.

In the villages, dry wine that people use to eliminate phlegm. Ginger, dry milk and grapes are made ​​into a paste and consumed. Raisins soaked in warm water is ideal for the common cold. Wine to combat anemia, foul breath, constipation and improve vision. Beauty uses of this fruit juice for skin tones. Separate usability, which can resist delicious fruit?

7. Lingonberry
Lingonberry is a creeping, evergreen, sub-shrubs native to North America, Europe, and Asia. Widely distributed in the polar, alpine, and northern temperate forests. Fruit bright red to dark, strong-scented, and acids. Lingonberries contain beneficial nutrients such as vitamins and antioxidant polyphenol compounds.

8. Oregon-grape
Some of the Plateau Indian tribes of Oregon-grape used to treat dyspepsia.
This plant is used medicinally by the shaman. Recent studies indicate that M. aquifolium contains a specific multidrug resistance pump inhibitor (MDR Inhibitor) named 5'methoxyhydnocarpin (5'MHC) working to reduce bacterial resistance to antibiotics and antibacterial agents.
Oregon-grape root is commonly used medicinally as an effective alternative to goldenseal is threatened. Both contain the same plant alkaloids berberine, known as anti-inflammatory and anti-bacteria used in the treatment of infections. Mahonia aquifolium is also known for the treatment of inflammatory skin diseases such as Eczema and Psoriasis. Other actions may include replacement, diuretic, laxative and tonic.

9. Strawberry
Strawberry is the fruit of herbaceous plants have an average of 200 small seeds per one fruit. 700 of various types of strawberries. One type of species named Fragaria chiloensis L. This species is spread to many countries in America, Europe and Asia. other species is F. vesca L. This one is more widespread than any other species. Types of strawberries are also the first to enter Indonesia. Red color in ripe strawberry is very reasonable. The red color is caused because the fruit is rich in anthocyanin pigments and contain high antioxidants. Hearing the word antioxidants, you would already know that it means so much usefulness. And you're right! Strawberries exceptional nutrition store. In addition to these antioxidants, it is also rich in fiber, low in calories, and contain vitamin C, folate, potassium, and ellagic acid.

Want to know the nature of strawberries?
1. Strawberry able to shrink the cholesterol levels.
2. Strawberry can help immobilize the active work of cancer because it contains ellagic acid.
3. Strawberry able to reduce the symptoms of a stroke.
4. Strawberry contains anti-allergic and anti-inflammatory.
5. Concentrations of seven antioxidants in strawberries is higher than other fruits or vegetables, so that the strawberry is a fruit that effectively prevents the oxidation process in the body (Oxidation is the destruction of body tissues by free radicals. Oxidation is also responsible for the aging process.
6. Strawberry is rich in vitamin C is very beneficial for growing children.
7. Strawberry is just a little too sweet for people with a suitable diet for diabetics.
8. Strawberries are eaten regularly can smooth the skin and makes skin tones look brighter and cleaner. Other uses of the famous anti-wrinkle!
9. Strawberries can whiten or clean the tooth surface.
10. Strawberry potent against gout and arthritis.
11. Strawberry leaves are also nutritious because it has astringent substances.
Three to four cups of boiled water per day strawberry leaves, can effectively stop the attacks of diarrhea.
12. Adult requirement of vitamin C per day can be met by eight strawberry (98 mg). Also at the same bias fiber needs are met.

Purpose-side property is also still widely available in this fruit. For health, the strawberry is best eaten fresh, either whole or prepared juices. This works if you have to make jam or part of processed foods, will be greatly reduced. Therefore, try to eat fresh strawberries.

Be careful in storing this fruit, because the strawberry that has begun to decay can spread very quickly to the other strawberry stored simultaneously. Strawberry can hold four days in the refrigerator.
But in the freezer, this fruit can last for a month with proper storage.
Arrange strawberries in a one-one apart, then freeze. Once frozen, flush with water and put in plastic, then freeze again. I save like this is suitable for making juice.

With so many uses strawberries, rest assured that the fruit is called the fruit of love matches. Fruit can be a loving gift from you to your own body's health.

Emmm .. so get hooked make strawberry juice, strawberry unfortunately in Banjarmasin have a rare breed in that area wet and hot, hopefully in Banjarmasin strawberries cheap, so if you buy snacks strawberry better than cheaper than another.
May be useful.
10. Blackberry
Blackberry edible and medicinal. Used extensively by Native American tribes, has many uses other surprising. Leaves more often used as a medicinal herb, but the root also has medicinal value. eat the young shoots are harvested in the spring, peeled and used in salads. Delicious Blackberry can be eaten raw or made ​​into jelly or jam. The root bark and leaf-substance, depurative, diuretic, tonic and vulnerary. They make an excellent alternative medicine for dysentery, diarrhea, hemorrhoids, and cystitis.

The most substances is the root. Orally, they are used to treat sore throats, canker sores and gingivitis. A leaf herb is useful as a gargle in treating thrush and also makes a good general mouthwash. The existence of large amounts of tannins give blackberry roots and leaves of the effects of substances useful for treating diarrhea are also useful for soothing sore throats. A syrup is also made ​​of the Blackberry, using fruit and root bark in honey for a cough medicine.

11. Ribes
Blackfoot Indians used root blackcurrants (Ribes hudsonianum) for the treatment of kidney disease and menstrual problems and menopause. Cree Indians use the fruit of Ribes glandulosum as a fertility enhancer to help women become pregnant.
Raisins roots and seeds of high gamma-linolenic acid, also called GLA. GLA has been clinically verified as an effective treatment for premenstrual syndrome.

12. Hackberry
Some species are grown as an ornamental tree, valued for their drought tolerance. They have a tolerance of the most flexible of all types of wood. They are a regular feature of arboretums and botanical gardens, especially in North America. Chinese Hackberry (C. sinensis) is suitable for bonsai culture, while the magnificent specimen in Daegu-myeon is one of South Korea's natural monuments. Some, including the Common Hackberry (C. occidentalis) and C. brasiliensis, is a crop of honey and pollen sources for honey bees are less important.
Berry often eaten locally. Tea gamro cha Korea (감로차,甘露茶) containing leaf C. sinensis.

13. Mayapple
Ripe fruit can be eaten in moderation, even when consumed in large quantities of fruit are poisonous. Rhizome, leaves and roots are also toxic, mayapple contains podophyllotoxin, which is used as a cytostatic and topically in the treatment of genital warts and viruses.

14. Nannyberry
As suggested by the name of an alternative Sweet Viburnum, this fruit (not like that much Viburnums) eaten. The leaves and bark are also used by Native Americans in the preparation of herbal medicines.

15. Cranberry
Approximately 95% of cranberries are processed into products such as juice drinks, sauce, and sweetened dried cranberries. 5% is sold fresh to consumers.
Cranberry normally considered too sharp to be eaten plain and raw, because they not only acid but also bitter.
Cranberry juice is the main user of cranberries, sweet is usually better to make "cranberry juice cocktail" or blended with other fruit juices to reduce the weight of the natural bitterness. Many cocktails, including Cosmopolitan, made ​​with cranberry juice.
Usually cranberries as fruit are cooked into a compote or jelly, known as cranberry sauce. Preparations are usually served with roast turkey, as a staple of English Christmas dinner, and Canadian and U.S. Thanksgiving holiday. These berries are also used in baking (muffins, pastries and cakes). Less commonly, innovative cooking using cranberries to add tartness to savory dishes like soup and stew.
Fresh cranberries can be frozen at home, and will continue until nine months, they can be used directly in recipes without thawing.
Cranberry wine is made ​​in several areas that grow cranberries the United States either from whole cranberries, cranberry juice or cranberry juice concentrate.

16. honeysuckle
Honeysuckle is used in herbal cough medicine.


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