The badea or pasifloráceas . It is an exotic fruit that is cultivated in the tropical areas of America and is native to South America .
The badea is a fruit that is grown in some South American countries, it is very similar to watermelon in its shape, since it is large and oval, its rind is thin, smooth, green in color and when ripe it changes to a yellowish hue.
Apart from being highly desired for the preparation of juices, sorbets, desserts, among others, it is also used to treat problems of anxiety, insomnia, obesity and migraines, it is essential to maintain and care for the skin and improve the functioning of the digestive system.
- Regulates sleep
- Improves migraine
- Protects bones
- Fight anemia
- Fights cholesterol
- Regulates intestinal transit
- It helps you lose weight
- Reduces the risk of getting the flu and colds
- In its content there is a high potential for serotonin, which is a powerful neurotransmitter, necessary to keep the brain in good condition and to free them from depression, obesity.
- It has a large amount of Niacin, which helps the digestive system, skin and nerves to function.
When the badea is eaten, it is necessary to swallow the seeds, with the aryl that covers them but not chew them because the viscous aryl is the protector with which the seed passes through our digestive tract, without causing damage; When chewing the seeds we make some pieces of great danger, so that they get stuck in the appendix and produce appendicitis.
With the pulp of the badea, jams, jellies, juices and nectars are made.
Badea leaf benefits
The leaf of the badea serves for the liver and the leaf cooked in milk is served