We all know that fruits are full of nutrients. It is customary to describe some of these particular fruits as the king, queen, and nutrient mine of fruits. Figs are the number one fruit in many religious books. Some say that in the story of Adam and Eve, Eve did not eat apples, but figs. In the Holy Quran, the holy book of Islam, the fig is called the fruit of heaven. Let us learn about the benefits of such figs.
There are many types of figs. Nutritionists say that although the types are different, there are no major changes in the benefits.
Paranoid medicine says that not only the fruit of the fig but also its pinch, leaf, bark and milk all have medicinal properties. Dried fig leaves can cure bile and bile disease. When you bleed without stopping, if you apply fig leaf powder, the blood will start to clot quickly. Soak fig leaves in hot water and gargle.
A fig weighing approximately 40 grams contains 30 calories, 8 grams of carbohydrates, one gram of fiber and is rich in nutrients such as copper, potassium, magnesium, vitamin B complex, K.
Figs help improve stomach digestion. Prevents problems including constipation. Reduces the severity of Irritable Bowel Syndrome, also known as IPS.
Increases the level of good cholesterol called HDL in the blood. Keeps high blood pressure under control. This reduces the chance of getting heart disease.
Figs have been used as medicine for infertility in ancient Greek civilization. Even now in our traditional medicine infertile couples are advised to take figs.
Figs increase the number of sperm and increase the migration capacity of the sperm.
Menstrual cramps can be corrected by women eating figs. Corrects hormonal imbalance. This increases the chance of having a baby.
It is also an excellent food for those who want to lose weight as it is a high fiber fruit.