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Here, you will find all our fruits and their flavors. You will also learn about their best pairings and beneficial properties.
Friends, if you have received an unripe fruit (such as mango/papaya/pineapple/other), there's no need to worry. Take the fruit and one or two bananas, wrap them together in newspaper/paper, and leave them in a warm place at room temperature for about 1 to 2 days to ripen.

Many of the fruits are sent to us while still green and ripen during transportation.

Rambutan is a tropical plant native to Southeast Asia. Its name originates from the Malay word "rambut," which translates to "hair," explaining the fruit's hairy appearance.
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How to eat? To enjoy the delicious light flesh, you need to remove the "hairy" skin. To do this, find a thin seam that encircles the fruit. Pull the skin on both sides of the seam - it will split open along this line, and the flesh will remain intact, preserving all the aromatic juice. If this method doesn't work, you can use a knife - make a circular incision on the skin and peel it off.

Important note: The rambutan seed is not edible. It is bitter and contains harmful substances.

How to store? It is best to store the fruit whole and not more than 1-2 days. However, we recommend eating it as soon as possible.
Who will benefit from it? Rambutan is highly beneficial for those who need to cleanse their body from toxins and impurities. Medical experts claim that this fruit protects the body from the formation of cancer cells by up to 95%. Rambutan also has anti-inflammatory properties for the digestive system and helps with diarrhea. It purifies the blood, cleanses the skin, evens out the skin tone, and reduces minor skin irritations.

Nutritional content: Rambutan is rich in essential nutrients such as niacin, folic acid, riboflavin, thiamine, vitamin A, vitamin C, and B-group vitamins. It also contains high levels of potassium, sodium, calcium, and magnesium.

The flesh of rambutan has a flavor and aroma somewhat similar to grapes – it is crisp, sweet with a slight tang, very juicy, and slippery. Its pleasant sweetness with a touch of acidity makes it a perfect combination with kiwi, pineapple, and starfruit (carambola).

Durian - takes the prestigious first place in the ranking of the most unusual fruits, and in Thailand, there is even a festival in its honor. It combines the uncombinable - an unpleasant odor with a wonderful taste, a spiky exterior with the softest flesh.
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How to eat? It's best to eat the fruit when it's fully ripe and only in the fresh air. It should not be combined with alcohol due to its high content of active enzymes. The flesh of durian resembles the consistency of cream cheese or custard, with a delicate, sweet taste that combines notes of banana, pineapple, mango, and papaya. Its color is light yellow. The flesh should be consumed immediately after opening. In its raw form, it is a true delicacy, but to access it, you need to cut through the tough outer shell with a knife. It is also used in various recipes for preparing dishes.

How to store? Durian can be stored at room temperature in a separate bag from other products for up to 5-7 days.

Who will benefit from it? Durian is the only fruit in the world that contains organic sulfur and is suitable for consumption. It is beneficial for people with cardiovascular and digestive system issues. It can boost immunity but is not recommended for women trying to conceive. It is known to enhance male potency.

What vitamins does the fruit contain? The main distinctive feature is its sulfur content, which is responsible for its unpleasant odor. However, no other fruit in the world contains such high levels of sulfur. Besides, durian is a source of vitamins C, B, A, and contains iron, potassium, calcium, zinc, magnesium, among others.
It may be impossible to try all the fruits in a lifetime, but discovering why this fruit is called the "king of fruits" and experiencing its unique taste is definitely worth it.

Jackfruit is the fruit of the savour tree, which grows in Southeast Asia. Its copper-green hue is considered a talisman that brings good luck. In Asia, it is used in practically every dish: jams, desserts, salads.

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How to eat? Before cutting the fruit, grease the knife with oil and cover the table with paper, as the juice is difficult to wash off. Once you open the skin, you will experience a sweet aroma (a mix of passion fruit and banana) and see the juicy seeds in the nectar - the most delicious part of the fruit. Cut the fruit in half, and then into semi-circles, remove the core and seeds. Enjoy the taste, feeling like a god who has tasted the fruit of the heavenly tree.

How to store? Ripe fruit can be stored in the refrigerator for one week. If the skin starts to darken, the fruit should be consumed promptly.

Who will benefit? The fruit is an excellent antiviral agent that supports and strengthens the immune system. It also positively affects the digestive process, the functioning of the intestines, and the gastrointestinal tract. The presence of potassium and iron contributes to strengthening the blood vessels, improving blood circulation, and stimulating brain function.

What beneficial elements does it contain? Vitamins A and C, potassium, iron, magnesium, calcium, copper, phosphorus. Jackfruit is an extraordinary fruit that, thanks to its size, can be enjoyed by every family member, experiencing its unique, sweet, aromatic taste and, at the same time, improving their health and getting a slice of luck.

Pineapple, the fruited treasure, is a juicy, sweet and tangy fruit, a symbol of celebration and abundance. A couple of yellow "dessert" bites will uplift your mood, enrich you with vitamins, and improve your health! This fruit should be on your table!

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How to eat? The first way is traditional, and everyone knows it - just cut off the skin. If the fruit is ripe and very aromatic, cut off the "top" of the fruit. You'll see how the flesh divides into cones, reaching towards the center. Pinch one of these cones from the outside and pull - a small piece will come off the core, and you can easily eat it.

How to store? You can keep the pineapple whole in the fridge for up to 2-3 days. But it's recommended to eat it right away.

Who will benefit? Pineapple is a must-have for those watching their weight or dealing with skin and hair issues. Its energy value is just 48 kcal per 100 grams. The main benefit lies in improving gastrointestinal function - pineapple stimulates the production of stomach juice, helps digest heavy proteins and fats, and acts as a diuretic and cholagogue. Active substances in pineapple cleanse the blood and prevent blood clots. It can also provide antipyretic and tonic effects.

What beneficial elements does it contain? Pineapple is rich in ascorbic acid and antioxidants. It contains vitamins A, B group, C, and PP. The fruit is abundant in copper, magnesium, potassium, iron, and zinc.

Grenadilla, also known as "passion fruit," is an exotic beauty from overseas that you simply must try to experience a true celebration of flavors.

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How to eat? Opening a grenadilla is quite simple - with a sharp knife, cut the fruit in half. Eating the flesh with the seeds is convenient with a teaspoon. You can add sugar and whipped cream.

How to store? You can store the fruit in the refrigerator for 4-6 days if the skin is not damaged. But it's best to eat it right after purchase.

Who will benefit? It is beneficial for both adults and children, especially pregnant women and growing organisms like children and teenagers. The fruit contains substances that promote the production of proteins, which are essential building materials for the human body. Vitamin C is a great immune system booster, strengthens blood vessel walls, and provides resistance against infections, bacteria, and viruses. Vitamin K is excellent for the skin, nails, and hair, and strengthens the heart muscle. Vitamins A are essential for maintaining good eyesight, and the B-group vitamins play a role in various metabolic processes.

What beneficial elements does it contain? The exotic fruit, grenadilla, is a cocktail of beneficial substances, including vitamins A, K, C, B, iron, phosphorus, and calcium.

Carambola is an extraordinary tropical fruit native to the distant lands of Sri Lanka and India. Thanks to its unique shape, it is often referred to as the "tropical star."

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How to eat? The entire fruit is edible. Carambola has a fresh, crunchy skin and flesh. Most commonly, the "star fruit" is served sliced crosswise into "stars." For a stronger flavor, the fruits can be used to make jams and syrups. It's advisable to cut off the edges of the fruit with a knife before consuming, as they may have a bitter taste that you won't enjoy.

How to store? Each fruit can be wrapped in food paper for prolonged storage in the refrigerator. The fruit can be preserved for 2-5 days, but it is more beneficial and tastier to consume it right away.

Who will benefit from it? Carambola is actively used in traditional medicine in Brazil and India. Carambolas are rich in fiber and acids, which in moderate amounts improve the functioning of the digestive system and act as diuretics and cholagogues. It is sometimes used to alleviate nausea and in cases of poisoning. However, it's essential to be cautious for those with stomach ulcers or gastritis. Carambola juice is used as a remedy for hangovers and as a tonic.

What beneficial elements does it contain? It contains vitamins A, C, group B, organic acids, phosphorus, potassium, magnesium, sodium, and iron. Ripe carambola is fleshy, about the size of a fist, and has a pleasant amber-yellow color. The fruit's flesh is very juicy and crunchy with a herbaceous sweet or sweet-tart taste. Its flavor is reminiscent of apple, plum, currant, and grape all at once. Thanks to its shape, it is often used in cocktails, salads, and as a dessert garnish.

Coconut water - it's always associated with heavenly relaxation and blissful moments. This refreshing nectar, securely hidden beneath the thick shell of an exotic nut, not only benefits the entire body but also wonderfully revitalizes and quenches thirst. The transparent, slightly sweet liquid, touching your lips, delights the taste receptors and leaves a joyous aftertaste. With every sip, you become infused with the energy of sunny tropics.

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How to eat? Young coconuts can be opened by making four notches at the top in the shape of a square using a large knife and then squeezing the lid. However, a more careful way to open a coconut is by cutting around the top like a cap, inserting the knife deeper into the nut. Coconut water is drunk with a straw, and the flesh is scooped out with a spoon.

How to store? It's best to consume the coconut right after opening it. If you can't finish all the content, you can transfer it to a glass container with a lid and refrigerate it, but not for more than 24 hours. A whole coconut can be stored at a normal temperature of around +5-6°C for about 1-2 weeks.

Who will benefit from it? Coconut water is beneficial for everyone except those with individual intolerances. It can help stabilize blood pressure and have a positive impact on the cardiovascular system. Additionally, it efficiently cleanses the body of toxins and waste products. Coconut water is particularly recommended for those who are trying to lose weight or as a cleansing detox diet. It serves as an excellent source of energy for people engaged in physical work, and it can even be consumed by individuals with diabetes. Thiamine, choline, and folic acid are beneficial for pregnant women.

What vitamins does the fruit contain? The water found in coconuts is highly enriched with potassium, magnesium, calcium, sodium, zinc, and phosphorus. It contains nearly all the vitamins essential for normal body function, including B-group vitamins, as well as vitamins A, C, D, and E. Besides these elements, it also contains vital microelements.

Cactus fruit is the fruit of the Opuntia plant, which grows in Cyprus and belongs to the Cactus family.

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How to eat? These fruits are usually sold without spines, but sometimes they may still have them, and they can be hard to notice. To remove them, rinse the fruit with cold water and pluck the spines, or simply cut off the top and bottom parts, make a slit along the fruit, and use a spoon to scoop out the flesh from the skin. (The skin is not edible). Cactus fruit or prickly pear is often eaten fresh, added to salads, or used in juices.

How to store? The fruit can be stored in the refrigerator for about a week in its whole fresh skin. However, it's better to consume prickly pears right away to retain their beneficial vitamins.

Who will benefit from it? This exotic fruit is very beneficial for people with diabetes, obesity, gastrointestinal diseases, and intestinal obstruction. It's all thanks to the fibers that have a positive effect on the condition of the intestinal mucosa. However, caution should be exercised as it is still a cactus. Make sure you don't have any allergies to it.

What beneficial elements does it contain? Prickly pear contains a lot of vitamin C, potassium, magnesium, zinc, rutin, flavonoids, and antioxidants.
Prickly pear has a delightful taste. The tender, sweet flesh with a slight tang resembles the flavors of pear, kiwi, and persimmon all at once. Some even notice piney undertones in its taste. The fruit is juicy and quenches thirst effectively. This unique fruit was a staple in the diet of the Aztecs. Even the seeds are edible!

Lychee, or Chinese plum, is one of the most well-known plants in Southeast Asia.

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How to eat? Lychee has a thin but dense skin that easily separates from the flesh. It can be cut with a knife or squeezed with your fingers to peel it off. The flesh is eaten fresh, dried, or preserved. Lychee is used to prepare desserts such as jelly, ice cream, and sometimes even wine and sauces.

How to store? It should be stored in the refrigerator for no more than 2 days. It's best to eat it immediately after removing it from the branch. If a white film appears on the skin, it's not a problem; it indicates that the sweet juice is starting to ooze through the pores of the skin.

Who will benefit from it? Lychee is very beneficial for those who need to watch their weight and cholesterol levels. Thanks to its dietary fiber content, lychee provides a long-lasting feeling of fullness. In China and India, this fruit is considered an aphrodisiac and a fruit of passion. It is believed that consuming lychee can stimulate sexual desire. The fruit also has a positive effect on the cardiovascular system.

What beneficial elements does it contain? Lychee contains a high amount of vitamin C, E, K, niacin (B3), and B-group vitamins. It is also rich in iron, magnesium, potassium, sodium, zinc, iodine, and phosphorus.

Lychee has been a well-known fruit and food product for a long time. It has been cultivated in China since the 2nd century BC. This small and juicy fruit contains nearly all the elements in Mendeleev's periodic table. The flesh has a grape-like consistency, being elastic and refreshing. In taste, it slightly resembles grapes, apples, currants, and pineapples. It is delicious to add lychee to fruit salads and creamy desserts.

Mango Kent (Peru) is one of the largest and juiciest varieties, combining green and red colors. It stands out for its deliciousness and large size.

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Mango Thailand (Mamuang and Nam Doc Mai) - a fruit with an elongated shape and a slightly curved tip. The soft, juicy, and aromatic fruit has a non-fibrous texture.

Mango Kent (Peru) - one of the largest and juiciest varieties, combining green and red colors. It stands out for its deliciousness and large size.

Mango Egypt - one of the most ecological types. The fresh, juicy fruit is non-fibrous with a greenish-yellow hue and an incredible aroma.

How to eat? Mango is thinly peeled by placing it on a plate or a cutting board, and edible portions are cut off from the pit. The mango pit is hard and inedible, located in the center of the fruit.

How to store? Ripe mango can be stored at a normal temperature of around +10°C, in a dark place for approximately 1-2 days. It depends on the condition in which you received the mango. Once mango is cut, it cannot be stored, so it's best to consume it all at once
Who will benefit from it? Mango contributes to improved vision and has been shown to help prevent the formation of tumors. Mango fruits are often used in various diets, and they enhance the body's immune defenses.

What beneficial elements does it contain? Mango contains a large amount of vitamins A, D, C, and minerals such as zinc, iron, manganese, and phosphorus. It is a potent antioxidant.

Longan, also known as Lam Yai (or Dragon's Eyes), is a plant native to Southeast Asia, cultivated for its sweet and beneficial fruits
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How to eat? Longan has a dense skin that is easily removed. Gently press with two fingers, and the skin will crack open to reveal the white, elastic flesh with a pleasant fresh aroma. It is eaten like grapes or lychee. The dark, slippery seed is not edible.

How to store? Store the fruits on the clusters without plucking them from the branch. In the refrigerator, they can be stored for up to 3 days with the intact skin. However, it is recommended to consume them immediately.

Who will benefit from it? Longan has a tonifying property due to its high vitamin C content. It contains antioxidants and can protect the liver from harmful substances like antibiotics. In Chinese medicine, the fruits are used to treat insomnia, low mood, weakness, dizziness, and weak eyesight.

What beneficial elements does it contain? Longan is rich in vitamins: C, B1, B2, B3. It contains potassium, magnesium, calcium, phosphorus, iron, zinc, and plenty of dietary fiber.

Mangosteen or Garcinia mangostana is a tropical fruit native to Southeast Asia and Africa, known for its refreshing taste and stunning composition.

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How to eat? It is highly beneficial to eat the fresh fruit or make juice from it. It can also be preserved, used for jam, and added to baking. Mangosteen has a dense dark-purple skin that protects the flesh from external environmental conditions and pests. Carefully cut it with a knife and peel it like a nut.

How to store? The fruit can be stored in the refrigerator for up to a week, but only if the skin is intact without any cracks. However, it is recommended to consume it immediately, as any fruit loses its flavor brightness once cut.

Who will benefit from it? Absolutely everyone! It has a low caloric value of only 65 kcal per 100 grams. In its homeland, mangosteen is called a "superfruit" because just one fruit provides the body with all the necessary elements. In medicine, the fruit is used for dietary supplements, herbal teas, and vitamin complexes. It has a beneficial effect on the cardiovascular and nervous systems and promotes skin purification. It exerts a tonifying effect.

What beneficial elements does it contain? Vitamin B1, C, E, calcium, sodium, magnesium, thiamine, riboflavin, xanthones, and antioxidants.

Passion fruit - a fruit native to Brazil, with yellow or dark purple fruits and a bright, yellow-orange pulp.

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How to eat? The fruit is easy to consume: you need to cut it in half with a sharp knife and eat the flesh and seeds with a spoon. Maracuja is used for fruit juices, summer desserts, and ice cream. It pairs excellently with sweet fruits like bananas, mangoes, and watermelon. But you must try this fruit with plain yogurt – it's a heavenly delight! Maracuja has a tangy-sweet, juicy flesh and small edible seeds.

How to store? Store in the refrigerator for up to 7-10 days. It is recommended to eat it immediately to fully enjoy its taste and aroma.

Who will benefit? Maracuja is recommended for those with gastrointestinal, liver, and urinary system issues. The fruit improves bowel function and has a mild laxative effect. Thanks to vitamin C, it works as a fever reducer and helps combat insomnia and low blood pressure. It is also recommended for maintaining youthful skin.

What beneficial elements does it contain? Vitamin A, B complex, C, E, and K. It is a source of iron, phosphorus, and beneficial acids.

Dragon fruit – this is an incredibly fascinating and juicy fruit that will bring exotic vibes to your everyday life.

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How to eat? Make two cuts at the top to form a cross. Then, along the cuts, peel it as if removing petals from a rose or cut the fruit in half and scoop out the pulp with a spoon.

How to store? Chilled fruit has a more vibrant flavor. It can be stored in the refrigerator for up to 6 days. We recommend not delaying the pleasure and eating it right away.

Who will benefit? It is beneficial for people with weak cardiovascular systems, for preventing viral diseases, and strengthening the immune system. It improves memory and appetite. It also helps normalize blood sugar levels.

What beneficial elements does it contain? Vitamins B6, C, niacin, potassium, calcium, phosphorus, and iron.

Salak, also known as snake fruit - a low, tropical, palm-like tree that grows in Indonesia, Malaysia, and Thailand.

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How to eat? The spiky fruit needs to be carefully peeled, which resembles snake skin, hence the name of the fruit. The flesh has a delicate yellowish color, and it is eaten fresh. Sometimes the fruit is also preserved or used to make compotes.

How to store? The fruit is stored in a cool place with its skin on. If the skin has cracks or dents, it is recommended to eat the fruit right away.

Who will benefit from it? Salak is used as a means of cleansing the body from waste and toxins. Its compounds help to quickly stop bleeding and are used as a remedy for diarrhea and hemorrhoids.

What beneficial elements does it contain? Ascorbic acid, thiamine, beta-carotene. The fruit is rich in iron, calcium, phosphorus, zinc, organic acids, and tannins.

Tamarind - the only plant of its kind that grows in the forests of East Africa and on the island of Madagascar.

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How to eat? The outer pod is quite brittle. Underneath it, there is a soft, light-colored pulp that can be eaten raw. However, this fruit is most commonly prepared by drying, canning, making sauces, and spices.

How to store? Without a refrigerator, tamarind pods can be stored for up to three days. Refrigeration extends the storage period to about a week. Most often, tamarind is dried, and then it can be stored for about a year in the fridge.

Who will benefit from it? In its fresh form, tamarind has anti-inflammatory and immune-boosting properties. The fruits and leaves are used as remedies for intestinal parasites. It is beneficial for colds, inflammatory processes, and gastrointestinal issues. Tamarind has mild laxative effects. Masks made from its pulp can help get rid of pimples and rejuvenate the skin. It is considered a potent female aphrodisiac.

What beneficial elements does it contain? Vitamins: B group (thiamine, riboflavin, folic acid), A, C, E, PP, K, and the compound choline. It is rich in potassium, phosphorus, magnesium, calcium, and potassium.

Cherimoya - a small plant native to Colombia, Ecuador, Bolivia, and Peru. Today, it is very popular in Spain and Portugal.
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How to eat? Cherimoya has soft and soufflé-like flesh. The fruit is cut crosswise, and the flesh is eaten with a spoon. The seeds of the fruit contain poisonous substances and should not be consumed!

How to store? The fruit can be stored in the refrigerator for about a week, but it is best to eat it right after purchase.

Who will benefit from it? Cherimoya is easily digestible by the stomach and is rich in plant fibers. The fruit is beneficial for those who watch their weight and have difficulties with digestion. Cherimoya helps cleanse the liver and reduces stomach acidity.

What beneficial elements does it contain? Cherimoya is rich in acids - citric, amber, and folic acid. It contains vitamins of the B group, glucose, fructose, cellulose, pepsin, calcium, phosphorus, and magnesium.

Papaya - a ripe fruit of amber color that resembles the taste of ripe melon and sweet carrot with hints of chocolate-coffee aroma.

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How to eat? Traditionally, papaya is eaten raw. Papaya pieces are drizzled with lime or lemon juice and consumed in small portions before the main meal. Before consumption, the skin is cut off, and the seeds are removed. Then, the fruit is sliced into pieces and eaten with a fork. It can be used in salads, desserts, and pairs well with fish or meat, served with green papaya and herbs for an exquisite taste.

How to store? If the fruit is unripe, it should be stored at room temperature, wrapped in paper and turned over for better ripening. Ripe papaya is best eaten immediately.

Who will benefit from it? Papaya is beneficial for people with poor eyesight, digestive issues, ulcers, and duodenal disease. It helps cleanse the liver and normalize blood sugar. It is also recommended for pregnant women (only ripe fruits), as they contain plenty of folic acid and essential vitamins for the baby. For athletes, it provides natural anabolic substances, promoting muscle and tissue growth, and cell renewal.

What beneficial elements does it contain? 68% of the fruit is vitamin C, complemented by a useful set of vitamins A, B1, B2, B5, magnesium, sodium, phosphorus, potassium, calcium, and others. Papaya is a low-calorie, easily digestible fruit bomb, rich in vitamins and trace elements.

Kumquat or Golden Orange - a citrus tree native to southern China.

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How to eat? Kumquat is entirely edible, although it looks like a very small orange or tangerine. The kumquat's skin also contains essential oils and a slight bitterness, but it is much softer and thinner than that of its relatives. It's best to wash the kumquat thoroughly and eat it whole.

How to store? The fruit doesn't like being stored near other products, so it's better to eat it right away. Alternatively, you can keep it in the refrigerator for a couple of weeks in a paper bag. You can also freeze it and use it for up to six months.

Who will benefit from it? Kumquat, like many citrus fruits, has a high content of ascorbic acid, which positively affects the cardiovascular system and boosts immunity. Eastern doctors use the fruit to treat the nervous system, apathy, depression, and chronic fatigue. Thanks to its essential oils, kumquat can combat fungi and bacteria and help with inflammation and skin conditions.

What beneficial elements does it contain? Kumquat is rich in various vitamins: A, B-group, C, E, calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, sodium, fatty acids, and essential oils. Kumquat, or the "golden orange," is beneficial for almost everyone. It helps lower cholesterol, improves memory, and has a positive effect on the digestive system. Its spicy and invigorating aroma will be appreciated by aromatherapy enthusiasts. The fruit is fresh, with a tangy and pleasant sweet aftertaste. It is most similar in taste to tangerines.

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