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Reference for: Chrysophyllum mexicanum. Source: Sapotaceae of North America Update, database (version ). Acquired: Notes: Updated for ITIS by. H Chrysophyllum mexicanum Brandegee is an accepted name. This name is the accepted name of a species in the genus Chrysophyllum (family Sapotaceae). ETHNOBOTANY AND FLORISTICS OF BELIZE. Chrysophyllum mexicanum Brandegee ex Standl. Introduction · Internship · Publications · Family List.

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17 DISTINCTIVE BENEFITS OF CHRYSOPHYLLUM FRUITS

Chrysophyllum fruits are not usually plucked from the trees but rather allowed to drop on the ground when ripen before gathering. As a result, it can serve as a natural antioxidant chrydophyllum for treating oxidative stress disorders where free radicals are present. Some species of Chrysophyllum such as Chrysophyllum cainito is distinguished by its purplish outer skin and slightly purplish-white sweet edible pulp. Researchers reveal that Chrysophyllum extracts contain cardiac glycosides, tannins, phenols, steroids, reducing sugar, phlobatanninsterpenoids, alkaloids, flavonoids and saponins.

The pulp is usually consumed fresh by pressing it hard and then sucking the pulp. The seeds cotyledon possess anti-hyperglycemic properties thus can lower high blood sugar level.

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Both the barks, leaves and roots of Chrysophyllum albidum can be used for preparing herbal medicines for regulating the blood sugar level. Even though the use of certain plants as a treatment regimen for certain ailments has been in chrsophyllum for a long time, yet most people are unaware of the basic things they can benefit from these plants.

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Chrysophyllum trees usually grow approximately 10 to 20 meters height with round, pear shaped or sub-spherical shaped fruits that measure up to 3 cm mexicannum.

Regulates the Blood Sugar Level Studies reveal that Chrysophyllum albidum local cherry fruit is essential for regulating the blood sugar level. Due to the antioxidant properties of Chrysophyllum, it can scavenge for free radicals in the body thereby reducing lipid peroxidation and preventing cancer and heart diseases. It also bears edible fruit that can be eaten fresh.

Chrysophyllum albidum white star applewhich is closely related to the African star apple Chrysophyllum africanum is distinguished by its pale yellow pericarp and light pink-coloured pulp.

The point still remains that these plants are potential sources of foods, medicines and basic support to both humans, animals and our environments. Chrysophyllum Canito leaves can be infused and used for treating diabetes.

17 DISTINCTIVE BENEFITS OF CHRYSOPHYLLUM FRUITS

Antioxidizing Properties Orijajogun et al. The Sierra Leone people also refer to the fruit as bobi wata or breast milk fruit.

The inedible flattened seeds are quite hard in texture and brown in appearance with whitish colour. Below is a group of medicinal plants that offer several therapeutic and medicinal benefits. However, it is quite disheartening that these tree species are receiving less attention despite the countless benefits we stand to gain from them.

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Chrysophyllum mexicanum Images – Useful Tropical Plants

Nutritional Values of Chrysophyllum Chrysophyllum fruits are an excellent source of vitamins and minerals such as iron, ascorbic acid, anacardic acid, crude protein, folate, carbohydrate, s odium,vitamin B6, zinc, magnesium, calcium, manganese, vitamin K, vitamin B1, vitamin C, crude fibre and potassium. The sweet edible pulp normally contains 5 to 6 seeds.

Chrysophyllum is a group of tropical plants that belong to the Sapotaceae family. Chrysophyllum fruits are seasonal fruits that usually fruit between December to April annually. We pledge to keep your email safe. Chrysophyllum albidum is known as udala or udara by Igbo people, agbaluba by Hausa people, eha by Ebira, agbalumo, agwaluma or osan by Yoruba, Utieagadava by Urhobo chryzophyllum and ehya by the Igala people.

Their study shows that this fruit contains saponins, tannins, triterpeniodsalkaloids, chryosphyllum oil, steroids, resins and balsam. The small flowers measure between 3 to 8 mm while the greenish above and golden pubescent underneathoval shaped leaves measure between 3 to 15 cm.