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Tamarind (Tamarindus indica) is a leguminous tree in the family Fabaceae. The tamarind tree produces edible, pod-like fruit which is used extensively in medicinal, culinary purposes and as metal polish.

Tamarindus indica is probably indigenous to tropical Africa, but has been cultivated for so long on the Indian subcontinent that it is sometimes also reported to be indigenous there.

Tamarind is a delicious, sweet fruit that has a wide variety of uses and applications, both for It is a medium-sized bushy tree with evergreen leaves and fruit that develops in pods characterized by long, brown shells. Inside is a sticky, fleshy, juicy pulp, which is the tamarind fruit. This is where the nutrition and taste reside! It is both sweet and sour in taste, and people tend to either immediately like it or have a natural disposition against it!


  • Considered a natural laxative
  • Eating tamarind as a fruit or a spice can increase the efficiency of your digestive system, while the fiber can bulk up your stool, making it move through the smooth muscles of the intestinal tract easier.
  • A bilicious substance that stimulates the activity of bile by which food dissolves faster. Fibres in it stimulates gastric juices to speed up digestion.
  • The fibre present in tamarind can help in reducing loose stool and studies point fingers to its effectiveness against chronic diarrhea.
  • Tamarind helps reducing blood pressure and blood cholesterol
  • Tamarind is a very good source of iron and a single serving can provide more than 10% of your daily requirement.
  • Thiamine which is found in high quantities is responsible for improving nerve function, as well as muscle development, which can help te person remain active, maintain your reflexive, and stay strong.
  • Tamarind can help monitor and control the fluctuations in uncontrolled glucose and insulin levels which is the biggest problem for diabetic patients.
  • High levels of vitamin C, as well as other antioxidant effects in the essential oils make tamarind a wonderful way to boost your immune system and ensure long-term health from microbial and fungal infections.
  • The essential oils in tamarind aids in reduction of joint pain and inflammation, arthritis, rheumatic conditions, and gout. It also reduces eye irritation.
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