Tamarind fruit is a pod-like fruit, which contain an edible pulp and cultivating from tamarind tree. Tamarind pulp is sweet and sour in taste, and is used to add taste to cuisines.
Tamarind Flowers, Fruits and Seeds
The fleshy, juicy, acidulous tamarind pulp is used as metal polish, especially polish the bronze lamps and traditional copper and brass utensils.
Tamarind and Ayurveda
Health benefits of Tamarind
- A few spoonfuls of the tamarind pulp can improve bowel movements considerably and treat constipation.
- This pulpy and rich fruit is full of essential minerals, dietary fiber, and vitamin C, all of which help in the purification of blood.
- Hydroxycitric acid in tamarind can help you to reduce fat in your body.
- Tamarind is one of her trusted antiseptic solutions, that heal wounds and prevent infections.
- Tamarind plays an indirect, yet very important role in controlling the cholesterol levels in the body.