Watermelon
Watermelon(4460768854058)
Watermelon(4460768854058)

Watermelon

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Special Features of Product:
  • 100% Organic Food
  •   100% Fresh No Chemicals
Rs 416.00
Supplement Facts
Serving Size 1-2 Adults
Servings per container 1
Amount per serving

Energy 16.0kcal
Protein 0.2g
Fat 0.2g
Carbohydrates 3.3g
Calcium 11.0mg
Phosphorus 12.0mg
Iron 7.9mg
Thiamine 20.0ug
Riboflavin 10.0ug
Vitamin C 1mg
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet
 

About the product

Crimson sweet, Star brite

Dry and intermediate.

Africa.

Refreshing to bite into and gives a sweet and juicy flavour.

Treats haemorrhages, urinary tract disorders, flatulence, spleen disorders, excessive thirst and dehydration. Watermelons possess anti-inflammatory properties and potent antioxidants, reducing the likelihood of weight gain and the risk of heart disease. It may also help fight cancers.

The earliest evidence of watermelons being in use takes us back 4,000 years to Egypt, where the fruit’s remains are said to have been found as hieroglyphs on tombs. It gets better - seeds dating back to 3,000 BC have been found in a cave in Hang-Zhou, China. There is also reason to believe that watermelons may even have been is use in India before they found their way to China!

Watermelon juice is super-refreshing. Simply blend, strain and drink up. Take it a step further; add chunks of fresh strawberries, blueberries and/or kiwi and freeze for delicious popsicles.

The juice pairs well with cucumber, honeydew, grape, strawberry, ginger, lemon, mint, and pomegranate.

Soak watermelon balls in vodka and serve chilled, or combine watermelon juice with white wine to make a nice spritzer at your next party.

Supplement Facts Serving Size 1-2 Adults Servings per container 1 Amount per serving
Energy 16.0kcal Protein 0.2g Fat 0.2g Carbohydrates 3.3g Calcium 11.0mg Phosphorus 12.0mg Iron 7.9mg Thiamine 20.0ug Riboflavin 10.0ug Vitamin C 1mg * Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet
 

About the product

Crimson sweet, Star brite

Dry and intermediate.

Africa.

Refreshing to bite into and gives a sweet and juicy flavour.

Treats haemorrhages, urinary tract disorders, flatulence, spleen disorders, excessive thirst and dehydration. Watermelons possess anti-inflammatory properties and potent antioxidants, reducing the likelihood of weight gain and the risk of heart disease. It may also help fight cancers.

The earliest evidence of watermelons being in use takes us back 4,000 years to Egypt, where the fruit’s remains are said to have been found as hieroglyphs on tombs. It gets better - seeds dating back to 3,000 BC have been found in a cave in Hang-Zhou, China. There is also reason to believe that watermelons may even have been is use in India before they found their way to China!

Watermelon juice is super-refreshing. Simply blend, strain and drink up. Take it a step further; add chunks of fresh strawberries, blueberries and/or kiwi and freeze for delicious popsicles.

The juice pairs well with cucumber, honeydew, grape, strawberry, ginger, lemon, mint, and pomegranate.

Soak watermelon balls in vodka and serve chilled, or combine watermelon juice with white wine to make a nice spritzer at your next party.