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Papaya is an evergreen flowering tree that is valued for its buttery fruit that is believed to offer many health benefits. The amazing papaya fruit contains enzymes and compounds that can prevent cancer, ageing and can promote healthier heart….(More About Papaya)

Custard Apple:

Custard apple, also known as Seetaphal in India, is a subtropical fruit. Custard Apple trees are used in different medicinal purposes throughout the country. According to Ayurveda, all parts of the tree have medicinal value…(More About Custard Apple)


Guava is known as amrud in hindi. In Ayurveda it is considered as tridosh nashak. Its leaves, fruits and roots are used in treatment of cough, fever, diarrhoea, constipation, bad breath, gum problems and numerous other health problems….(More About Guava)

Kaffir Lime:

Aside from its many culinary uses, due to its uniquely tart and pleasant flavor, Kaffir lime is also highly respected for its medicinal uses, due to its high content of beneficial organic compounds that can positively affect the body’s systems…..(More About Kaffir Lime)

Kagzi Lime:

Kagzi Lime is an important fruit crop in India as the demand for its consumption is very high due to the nutritional value, medicinal value and its availability at cheap prices. Lime is a staple in Ayurveda….(More About Kagzi Lime)

Sweet Lime:

Sweet lime is also called Mosambi. The citrus fruit is native to India, where it is used medicinally to relieve upset stomachs, nausea, and throat viruses.It is in demand and is always the first suggestion to sick and unwell by the traditional doctors, especially to the patients of fever and jaundice…..(More About Sweet Lime)


Rusgondha lemon is a unique fruit, famous for it’s unmatched flavor and taste. It contains a strong and rich aroma. It is used in home remedies for several ailments…..(More About Rusgondha)


The highly nutritious and unusual Pomelo citrus fruit is a close relative of grapefruit. Pomelo, or commonly called as Chakrota, contains vitamins and minerals in abundance. It has several benefits and is used in Ayurveda….(More About Pomelo)


The jackfruit (Artocarpus heterophyllus) is a species of tree in the fig, mulberry, and breadfruit family (Moraceae). Jackfruit is the largest known treeborne fruit. The jackfruit tree can produce about 100 to 200 fruits in a year.....(more about Jackfruit)


The fruit Chiku has an exceptionally sweet and delicious flavour along with lots of nutritional values. The Chikoo, which is botanically known as Manilkara zapota is a rich source of antioxidants, vitamin A, C and E, copper, iron, etc…..(More About Chiku)


Jamun can help a lot in controlling blood sugar level because it contains anthocyanins, ellagic acid, hydrolysable tannins etc. Each part of the Jambul plant such as the leaves, berry and seeds can be used by those suffering from diabetes..…(More About Jamun)


Ber is a well-known economical and medicinal tree. Its small fruits (known as Ber in India) are very nutritious and tasty. These fruits contain vitamin C, sugar, minerals, calcium, phosphorus, iron, and carotene, proteins, fat, and carbohydrates..…(More About Ber)


Falsa is highly sought in the hot summer months as its fruits can be made into a cool refreshing drink-falsa sharbat. It is a fruit of tropical to subtropical areas purple to almost black in colour. It has several medicinal properties.....(More About Falsa)


Also known as Karonda, it is a superfood, known for its cancer fighting ingredients.

Other fruits : Mulberry, Achar, Gooler, Kadamba, and many more.