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Star apple is a common African fruit that comes seasonally.it is called Udara in igbo and Agbalumo in Yoruba, it have six species earth wide, it have some wonderful health benefits, from the prevention of mouth gum disease to the tackling of tooth ache as well as sore throat .

            Health benefits 

Good for expecting mothers 

The acidic teaste of Udara helps prevent the urge of vomiting during pregnancy ,the milky juice that come out of it when squeezed or sucked can also help in smoothing the skin of the unborn baby 

Rich in vitamin c 

Each of the fruit contain 25mg of vitamin c which helps to protect the body against immune system deficiency, cardiovascular disease, prenatal health problems, eye disease and even wrinkling of the skin 

Natural antioxidants 

Antioxidants help prevent damage to the system caused by free radicals which are unstable molecules that are produced by your cells during your own metabolism 

Helps in weight loss 

Star apple can be helpful to those who count their calories.. According to research star apple contains 67 calories, thereby making it a good option to people with weight issues.

   Its good also for diabetic patient . It controls body sugar level 

NB... Dont go near the star apple three with lamp or lantern or burn anything around the tree for smoke makes the fruit rotten when ripe or have maggots in it when ripe. 

Traditionally if the tree don't bear fruit.. Get a rope of cow, tie it around the stem of the tree hang hohoe on the rope.. It will start bearing fruit in no time ( superstitious believe though). .. .1610961678-Screenshot_2021_0118_055839.png


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