Common Passion Passion Fruit, Jamaica honey-suckle, Yellow granadilla.
The scientific name of passion fruit Passiflora edulis Sims is in passifloraceae ( PASSIFLORACEAE ).
Passion Fruit is a healthy fruit that originated in South America. The effect is round. Soft fruit is green. But when cooked, there will be many colors, depending on the species is purple, yellow, orange in the house, we will grow all three varieties, in the passion fruit is a lot of seeds. The smell is like guava. Sour taste But some species are sweetened with sweet taste.
For the benefits of passion and passionate properties are many. Passion is rich in vitamins and minerals, including vitamin C, vitamin A, vitamin B2, B3, folic acid, calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, zinc and carbohydrates. There are also high-fiber foods that are included. Which is eaten fresh fruit. Passion that looks good must not wilt. The skin must be firm. But do not eat in the fresh. Because there are dangerous toxins. May cause death. Wait for the results alone will be better.
Benefits of Passion
- Passion helps to brighten the skin.
- Help to slow down. Slow down the aging process with anti-oxidants.
- Strengthens the immune system of the body.
- Helps to nourish the eyes. Because vitamin A is included.
- Passion fruit juice helps to sleep more comfortably.
- Passion fruit juice helps to refresh the body.
- Vitamin B 2, which helps nourish the skin, nails and hair.
- Having calcium contributes to reducing the risk of osteoporosis and fractures.
- High potassium Help with intelligence Cheerful spirit By sending oxygen to the brain.
- It contains magnesium which helps in burning fat and turning it into energy.
- Have high phosphorus This promotes healthy gums and teeth.
- Popular to drink juice or use as an ingredient in fruit juice.
- Used to make fruit juice. For how to make passion fruit. First, prepare 3 cooked passion fruit / half a cup of salt / one tablespoon of salt / chilled chilled water After that, apply passion to clean the shell. Then cut in half crosswise. Then sprinkle a spoonful of passion fruit and water out. Then mix well with boiled water. Then filter the residue and seed with some whites or a colander. Then put the passion fruit filtered into the syrup. Then we will get our passionate water.
- Used to flavor or taste in yogurt, soft drinks, etc.
- The passion fruit is made into many kinds of desserts such as cake, jam, jellies, ice cream, etc.
- Used to make dessert, such as passion fruit seeds to use for cake.
- Used to cook, such as bringing passion fruit to curry or eat with chili paste.
- The seeds of passion fruit can be extracted into vegetable oil.
- Used to make margarine from passion fruit.
- Use as animal feed With the shell to extract pectin or dried.
- Passion fruit can be used as compost.
- Used as a relaxing massage oil. Muscle aches Because it has the ability to help relax.
- Used as an ingredient in certain cosmetics, such as sunscreen products. Skincare Acne treatment products.
- Helps to heal the skin. Skin tissue treatment.
- Helps to balance the body and reduce dizziness. Nausea and vomiting.
- At Puerto Rico Passion is used to reduce blood pressure.
- Help relieve symptoms of bladder inflammation.
- Helps to restore liver and kidney to health.
- Helps to eliminate toxins in the blood.
- Help relieve pain.
- Helps to nourish the lungs.
- Helps reduce fat in blood vessels.
- Helps to treat high blood pressure.
- Help treat asthma.
- Fresh leaves are used to treat scabies.
- The phlegm helps to cough out.
- Seeds contain substances that inhibit fungal growth.
Nutritional value of passion fruit per 100 grams
- 97 kcal energy
- Carbohydrate 23.38 g
- 11.2 grams of sugar
- Fiber 10.4 g
- Fat 0.7 grams
- 2.2 g protein
- Vitamin A 64 microgram 8%
- Beta carotene 734 micrograms 7%
- Vitamin B12 0.13 mg 11%
- Vitamin B3 1.5 mg 10%
- Vitamin B6 0.1 mg 8%
- Vitamin B14 14 μg 4%
- Choline 7.6 mg 2%
- Vitamin C 30 mg 36%
- Vitamin K 0.7 microgram 1%
- Calcium 12 mg 1%
- Iron 1.6 mg 12%
- Magnesium 29 mg 8%
- Phosphorus 68 mg 10%
- Potassium 348 mg 7%
- Sodium 28 mg 2%
- Zinc 0.1 mg 1%
Percentage of recommended daily amount of body requirement for adults (Information from: USDA Nutrient database )