What is tamarind, how is it consumed, what are its benefits?

Tamarind sherbet is one of the favorite sherbets of Ottoman cuisine. Tamarind, which is famous for its sherbet, is very beneficial for human health.

What is tamarind, which is a complete source of vitamins and healing? How to consume tamarind, what are its benefits, what is it good for, how is it consumed? How to make tamarind sherbet and tea? We have compiled all the questions for you.

Tamarind, which is also known as Indian date, is a plant widely used in Ottoman cuisine. Widely consumed as sherbet, this plant is a complete healing store.

What Is Tamarind?

Tamarind is a member of the legume family. It has a shape similar to carob. Tamarind is actually the fruit of a tree.

Tamarind fruit is very rich in vitamins and minerals. It contains minerals such as potassium, pectin, calcium, sodium, iron, phosphorus, magnesium, vitamins A, B1, B2, B3, B5, B6 and C.

Where Does Tamarind Grow?

The homeland of tamarind fruit is countries such as India, Abyssinia and Egypt. This tree can grow in many parts of the world. In Turkey, tamarind tree grows in Southeastern Anatolia and Mediterranean regions.

It is also known as Indian persimmon.

What Are the Benefits of Tamarind?

Tamarind is a very useful fruit. It contains many vitamins and minerals. The main benefits and benefits of tamarind are as follows:

Thanks to its tamarind content, it has antioxidant properties. In this way, it protects the body against diseases such as flu, colds, colds and corona, and helps to heal diseases quickly.

It is useful for relieving sore throat.

It has pain-relieving properties and helps to relieve many pains such as joint pain.

It is good for digestive problem, relieves indigestion.

  Tamarind works the metabolism and helps to lose weight thanks to this feature.

It is useful for relieving constipation.

Helps maintain gallbladder health.

Protects liver health.

What Does Tamarind Do?

Tamarind is useful to pass diseases such as flu, cold, flu. It has an analgesic effect, especially for relieving joint pain. It helps to protect skin and hair health. Protects digestive health, helps to relieve constipation.

Thanks to its rich content, it helps to protect the body against diseases.

How to Consume Tamarind?

“How to eat tamarind?” This question is asked by many. Tamarind can be eaten fresh. The fresh fruit has a slightly sour, bitter taste, so it can be sweetened with sweeteners. Tamarind fruit can be used to make jam and marmalade. Tamarind tea, tamarind sherbet are the most common uses of this fruit.

How to Make Tamarind Tea

To make tamarind tea, 1 liter of water is boiled. Then 20 grams of tamarind is added into it and left to boil. The boiling tamarind tea is covered and left to cool.

Tamarind tea can be drunk twice a day, in the morning and evening. This tea can be consumed on an empty or full stomach.

Tamarind Loss

This fruit, which is a blessing of nature, is very healing. But as with everything, dosage is very important. Tamarind oil can cause rashes on sensitive skin. Long-term and high use of tamarind can cause liver damage.

Those with chronic diseases and allergies should not consume this fruit without consulting a doctor.

Tamarind is not recommended for pregnant and lactating mothers.

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