About Indian Bael Fruit Powder
Significance of Indian Bael for Natural Health
Indian Bael (Aegle marmelos) has a long history of use as medicinal, religious, and spiritual plant. It is known to be native to Southeast Asia, Bangladesh, and India and produces fruits. It is also known as a wood apple and has an astringent, aromatic, and sweet nature. All parts of this plant have significant importance in Ayurvedic and traditional medication. Modern studies have also shown that it has a rich phytochemical, and nutritional profile. Therefore, this article is focused to highlight its benefits for promoting natural health and overall wellness.
100 grams serving of Indian Bael provides 1.19 mg riboflavin, 56 mcg vitamin A, 8.7 mg vitamin C, 1.8 g proteins, 2.9 g fiber, 32 g carbohydrates, 0.3 g fats, and 88 calories. This fruit also contains some essential minerals such as iron, magnesium, calcium, and potassium.
Control and Management of Diabetics
umbelliferone β-D-galactopyranoside is a powerful antioxidant present in its stem bark and has been found effective to control diabetics in rats. This compound also offers good anti-inflammatory properties and thus helps for the diabetics’ treatment.
Reduced Chances of Cancer
Its fruit extract is a rich source of antioxidants and has a great ability for scavenging the free radicals and damage caused by oxidative stress.
The seed extract of Indian Bael is shown to be effective to reduce acidity, and gastric juice volumes in animal-based studies. Results of studies have shown that both aqueous and methanolic extracts obtained from its seeds promote significant healing from ulcers. Its leaves extract also provides antioxidative protection against the damage caused by radiation to the gastrointestinal tract. Its regular and optimal use is of great significance for cancer patients undergoing radiation treatment.
Fight Against Skin Infections
Indian Bael offers good antibacterial and antimicrobial properties and the extract obtained from its fruits, leaves, and roots help to fight skin infections and disorders. Results of scientific studies have also shown that Bael leaf oil offers protection against skin infecting fungus.
Stimulation of Milk Production
Daily Bael consumption helps to stimulate the corticoids and prolactin production in the nursing mothers. It causes the induction of galactagogue action and helps to improve the quality of lactation and breast milk. The consumption of Bael juice along with dried ginger powder is even more helpful for improving the milk production of infant mothers.
Indian Bael is a rich source of minerals and vitamins so it helps to remove all toxins from the body and blood. It has natural detoxification properties and helps to prevent liver and kidney dysfunctions.
Being a rich source of antioxidants and vitamin C, Indian Bael helps to treat scurvy symptoms. Usually, scurvy is caused due to vitamin C deficiency in the body and causes weakness, sore legs, and arms.
Regular and optimal consumption of Indian Bael is helpful to reduce blood cholesterol levels. Thus, it helps to reduce the chances of heart attacks and cardiovascular disorders.
Bael has antifungal, antibacterial, and antimicrobial properties and helps to prevent digestive issues. Moreover, it offers laxative properties and is used for the effective treatment of constipation.
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