Passion Fruit
Passion Fruit(4460768559146)
Passion Fruit(4460768559146)

Passion Fruit

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Special Features of Product:
  • 100% Organic Food
  •   100% Fresh No Chemicals
Rs 114.00
Supplement Facts
Serving Size 1-2 Adults
Servings per container 1
Amount per serving

Energy 406kj *
Carbohydrates 22.4g *
Sugars 11.2g *
Dietary fiber 10.4g *
Fat 0.7g *
Protein 2.2g *
Vitamin A equiv. 8% *
beta-carotene 64ug *
Riboflavin 0.13mg *
Niacin 1.5mg *
Vitamin B6 0.1mg *
Folate 14ug *
Choline 7.6mg *
Vitamin C 30mg *
Vitamin K 0.7ug *
Calcium 12mg *
Iron 1.6mg *
Magnesium 29mg *
Phosphorus 68mg *
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet
 

About the product

Yellow cultivar (Low country), Purple cultivarsl

Dry, wet and intermediate zones

Brazil

Sweetish sour taste

Use as treatments in Ayurveda medicine for oedema, gout, diarrhea, dysentery, ear diseases and pulmonary disease. According to a study published in Nuts and Seeds in Health and Disease Prevention, the seeds in passion fruit exhibited antifungal activity. The study also mentioned promise in the rind’s ability to treat diabetes, colon cancer, and diseases stemming from diverticulitis.

This tropical fruit is said to be named not for the passionate propensity it promotes but because particular parts of the plant’s flowers resemble different symbols of Christ’s crucifixion, such as the crown of thorns. Though native to Brazil, passion fruit (also called granadilla) is now also grown in Australia, California, Florida, Hawaii (where it’s called lilikoi) and New Zealand.

Make a refreshing slushie by blending ice with any of the fruits mentioned below and stirring in passion fruit pulp. Add alcohol if desired. Make a passion fruit icing by combining passion fruit juice with beaten powdered sugar, margarine, vanilla extract, and soymilk. Lather this icing over citrus-based coconut or vanilla-based sweet breads, cookies and cupcakes.

Supplement Facts Serving Size 1-2 Adults Servings per container 1 Amount per serving
Energy 406kj * Carbohydrates 22.4g * Sugars 11.2g * Dietary fiber 10.4g * Fat 0.7g * Protein 2.2g * Vitamin A equiv. 8% * beta-carotene 64ug * Riboflavin 0.13mg * Niacin 1.5mg * Vitamin B6 0.1mg * Folate 14ug * Choline 7.6mg * Vitamin C 30mg * Vitamin K 0.7ug * Calcium 12mg * Iron 1.6mg * Magnesium 29mg * Phosphorus 68mg * * Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet
 

About the product

Yellow cultivar (Low country), Purple cultivarsl

Dry, wet and intermediate zones

Brazil

Sweetish sour taste

Use as treatments in Ayurveda medicine for oedema, gout, diarrhea, dysentery, ear diseases and pulmonary disease. According to a study published in Nuts and Seeds in Health and Disease Prevention, the seeds in passion fruit exhibited antifungal activity. The study also mentioned promise in the rind’s ability to treat diabetes, colon cancer, and diseases stemming from diverticulitis.

This tropical fruit is said to be named not for the passionate propensity it promotes but because particular parts of the plant’s flowers resemble different symbols of Christ’s crucifixion, such as the crown of thorns. Though native to Brazil, passion fruit (also called granadilla) is now also grown in Australia, California, Florida, Hawaii (where it’s called lilikoi) and New Zealand.

Make a refreshing slushie by blending ice with any of the fruits mentioned below and stirring in passion fruit pulp. Add alcohol if desired. Make a passion fruit icing by combining passion fruit juice with beaten powdered sugar, margarine, vanilla extract, and soymilk. Lather this icing over citrus-based coconut or vanilla-based sweet breads, cookies and cupcakes.