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Sugar apple (Annona squamosa ) live fruit tree 12”-24”

$49.99

Ovoid to almost heart-shaped, covered in knotty gray / blue / green hues that look almost scale-like on the outside and inside, bright, creamy-white sections of flesh with a surprisingly pleasant aroma. What are we talking about? Sugar apples The fruit of the sugar apple tree is eaten uncontrollably, separating the fleshy segments from the outer shell and spitting out the seeds. In some countries, the pulp is pressed to remove the seeds, then added to ice cream or combined with milk for a refreshing drink. Sugar apples are never used cooked. The sugar apple seeds are poisonous, as are the leaves and the bark.

All the nutrition of the sugar apple resides in its pulp, sweetly aromatic and hebrous. The fruit contains high levels of protein, carbohydrates and fiber. Among the vitamins it contains thiamine, riboflavin, niacin and ascorbic acid. It is also a good source of vitamin C and iron. It also has high content of calcium, phosphorus and potassium.
It contains 72.3% water and only 89 to 96 calories in 100 grams. That is why it plays an important role in weight loss diets. Consumption of this fruit helps to tone muscles, beautify the figure, strengthen the immune system and promote multiple functions of the body. It provides important amounts of vitamins, minerals and antioxidants, protecting the cardiovascular system and offering defenses against cancer.
The soda from the apple fruit facilitates urinary secretion and relieves urethritis, due to its antiseptic properties, according to some.
It is usually consumed as fresh fruit. The inner mass is broken and eaten. From this mass, and inside the mouth, the seeds that are discarded are extracted. But since it is so delicious, it is well worth this little effort, its pulp has an exquisite flavor. It is gelatinous and compact at the same time. As it is a delicious bite, it is immediately accepted by the most demanding palate at the first encounter with the fruit. It is also used as an ingredient in ice cream and smoothies. The juice is consumed in refreshing drinks

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Ovoid to almost heart-shaped, covered in knotty gray / blue / green hues that look almost scale-like on the outside and inside, bright, creamy-white sections of flesh with a surprisingly pleasant aroma. What are we talking about? Sugar apples The fruit of the sugar apple tree is eaten uncontrollably, separating the fleshy segments from the outer shell and spitting out the seeds. In some countries, the pulp is pressed to remove the seeds, then added to ice cream or combined with milk for a refreshing drink. Sugar apples are never used cooked. The sugar apple seeds are poisonous, as are the leaves and the bark.

All the nutrition of the sugar apple resides in its pulp, sweetly aromatic and hebrous. The fruit contains high levels of protein, carbohydrates and fiber. Among the vitamins it contains thiamine, riboflavin, niacin and ascorbic acid. It is also a good source of vitamin C and iron. It also has high content of calcium, phosphorus and potassium.
It contains 72.3% water and only 89 to 96 calories in 100 grams. That is why it plays an important role in weight loss diets. Consumption of this fruit helps to tone muscles, beautify the figure, strengthen the immune system and promote multiple functions of the body. It provides important amounts of vitamins, minerals and antioxidants, protecting the cardiovascular system and offering defenses against cancer.
The soda from the apple fruit facilitates urinary secretion and relieves urethritis, due to its antiseptic properties, according to some.
It is usually consumed as fresh fruit. The inner mass is broken and eaten. From this mass, and inside the mouth, the seeds that are discarded are extracted. But since it is so delicious, it is well worth this little effort, its pulp has an exquisite flavor. It is gelatinous and compact at the same time. As it is a delicious bite, it is immediately accepted by the most demanding palate at the first encounter with the fruit. It is also used as an ingredient in ice cream and smoothies. The juice is consumed in refreshing drinks

 

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