July 2, 2011, 5:38 am
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Benefit of Duku

  1. Seeds of bitter taste duku, pounded and mixed with water to cure worms and fever medications.
  2. Bark used as a cure dysentery and malaria. Whereas, bark flour was used as a poultice to treat scorpion bites.
  3. Skin fruit is also used as a drug diarrhea and skin dried fruit, in the Philippines used to be burned as mosquito repellent. Rind complexioned especially, dried and processed to be mixed in incense or incense.

Duku nutrition per 100g

    1. Calories 7.0 cal
    2. Protein 1.0 grams
    3. Fat 0.2 grams
    4. Carbohydrates 13 grams
    5. Mineral 0.7 gram
    6. Kalsium 18 mg
    7. Phosphorus 9 mg
    8. Iron 0.9 mg
    9. Tiamin 0,05 mg
    10. Riboflavin 0.02 mg
    11. Niacin 0,5 mg
    12. Vitamin C 4 -13,4 mg

May 8, 2011, 11:46 am
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Benefit of Durio:

  1. Some parts of the plant is sometimes used as an ingredient of traditional medication.
  2. Roots used as a medication fever.
  3. The leaves, mixed with jeringau (Acorus Calamus), used to cure cantengan (infection of the nails).
  4. Men to treat skin rash on the skin (scab) and constipation (constipation).
  5. Rind is also used to be burned and the ashes used in potions to launch abort menstrual and womb. Ash ash and water immersion is also used as a mixture of traditional dyes.
  6. Some communities in Java using durio skin that has been eaten as a repellent (Repellent) mosquitoes by putting them in a corner.

Each 100 g of coated seeds contain

  1. Water 67 g
  2. Carbohydrate 28.3 g
  3. Fat2.5 g
  4. ProteinĀ  2.5 g
  5. Fiber1.4 g
  6. Energy of 520 kJ
  7. Vitamin B1
  8. Vitamin B2
  9. Vitamin C
  10. Potassium
  11. Calcium and
  12. Phosphorus