This fruit (also known as bullock’s heart), in addition to being high in Vitamin C and several other important nutrients, is traditionally used to help with several symptoms of illness. A paste can be made from the fruit to spread on skin lesions like abscesses and ulcers. Dried, unripe fruit or custard bark is used to treat diarrhea and dysentery, while the fruit itself can be eaten to treat anemia. Because of the high nutrative value, they are good to eat when one has a cold or other small ailment. They are also a great sweet food for diabetics, as their natural sugar does not throw insulin levels off balance.
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