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In Detail

Nutrition on Langsat

Langsat fruit is rich in phosphorus and vitamin B, in addition to the minerals and vitamins given in the table this fruit also contains around 7.7 g -14.3 g of Carbohydrate and 0.5 g - 0.8 g of protein.

Vitamins (Per 100 g)
Vitamin B3
(Niacin)
0.5 mg
Vitamin B2
(Riboflavin)
0.02 mg
Vitamin B1
(thiamin)
0.05 mg
Vitamin C 4.1 mg - 13.3 mg
 
Minerals ( Per 100 g)
Calcium 10.8 mg - 18.2 mg
Iron 1 mg
Phosphorus 20.5 mg
     

Notes on Langsat

Langsat fruits are usually eaten fresh, but may be canned in syrup. This plant is cultivated during tropical climates in Southeast Asia, South America and India. Seedless sections can be dried like raisins, which are done in the Philippines.

The Plant is widely used for medicinal purposes. The fruit peel is dried and burned to repel mosquitoes; it is also used to treat intestinal parasites and diarrhea. Powdered seeds are used to reduce fever, and the bark is used to treatmalaria and scorpion stings

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