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The benefits and harms of mabolo

Useful properties of mabolo

Mabolo is usually grown as a fruit tree. Its fruits are edible fresh, they also prepare a variety of fruit salads, they are stewed in syrup and fried in oil, prepare the garnish.

Mabolo is valued as a source of b vitamins, calcium, iron and protein. The rind of the fruit contains many other biologically active substances (vitamin P, tannins, antioxidants, etc.).

This fruit is recommended to use at cardiovascular diseases, including hypertension, shown they in diabetes, dysentery, diarrhea.

Fruit is not only nutritious, but also has a therapeutic effect. moreover, in alternative medicine are also used by other plant parts (bark and leaves). Decoctions and infusions from the bark and leaves of mabolo are shown with eczema and other skin diseases, abdominal cramps, severe coughs, bronchitis, and also as an antipyretic.



Application Malolo as a medicinal plant has its own characteristics in individual countries. So, in some countries of South-East Asia, dysentery and diarrhea is commonly treated with the juice of the unripe mabolo fruit. In Bangladesh from the leaves and bark of this plant is made detergents for washing eyes and inflamed mucous membranes, ibid., mabolo is used as an antidote for snake bites. In Guiana mabolo is considered one of the best medicines for hypertension and other cardiovascular diseases.

Contraindications to the use of mabolo

Specific contraindications to the use of mabolo fruit is not revealed. Before use, it is recommended to clear the fruit from the peel, as it is covered with lots of thin hairs irritating to skin and mucous membranes.