(NaturalNews) Vitamin C is critical to the success of the immune system, as understood by its ability to help fight off colds and other minor illnesses, but Vitamin C is also important for many other systems of the body. Though the substance is found in several different sources, one of the most concentrated sources, at around 30 percent, is the Amolo fruit. A highly versatile fruit, the Amolo provides a high level of Vitamin C, in addition to many other benefits that promote an overall higher level of health.
The Amolo fruit hails from Southeast Asia, India, and Southern China and has been used for decades as a supplement of medical therapies and beverages. Though the high concentration of Vitamin C in the Amolo fruit provides powerful antioxidant properties, these properties contribute to a wider variety of health benefits than simply fending off the common cold. In studies conducted by Japanese researchers, the fruit is found to be a free radical scavenger, which eliminates ions in the body that cause stress. This function enhances the ability of the immune system to run effectively, as it removes the stress that so often weakens its capabilities. Additionally, free radicals can cause the signs of aging to appear prematurely and have been correlated with auto-immune diseases, meaning that free radicals can cause the body to turn on itself, making individuals very sick.
In addition to providing support to the immune system, the Amolo fruit can cool the body, relieve thirst, stimulate the brain, enhance the efforts of the liver, and rouse the metabolism. On a deeper biological level, it can increase the body's production of corticosteroids and interferon, as well as boost blood cell count. The Amolo fruit also helps regulate blood sugar.
With powerful antioxidants, the Amolo fruit has long been sought after by both health-conscious individuals and those that practice Ayurvedic medicine. In fact, the Ayurvedic medical tradition attaches a spiritual quality to the fruit, which provides calming and comforting properties to those that consume it. The power of the large quantity of Vitamin C in this particular fruit, as well as its other various health benefits, has made it an important part of international culture.
Although the fruit itself is very bitter and will not appeal to many palates (due to its high concentration of Vitamin C), the fruit can be consumed in the form of a tea. This is the most popular form of the Amolo fruit, and this beverage aids digestion, enhances the capabilities of the immune system, and provides an overall feeling of well-being and comfort.
When integrated into the diet of an individual looking to enhance his/her body's well-being, the Amolo fruit can provide a great deal of value to one's dietary intake.
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