A deliciously tangy and said to be native to Africa, this exotic fruit grows on exceptionally tall trees of the fabaceae family, such as peas, beans, and other legumes, mostly in the warmer, dryer areas.
Medicinal Benefits: This fruit is both tasty and nutritional
- Treats Ulcer and Prevents Hypertension
- Anti-inflammatory and Anti-microbial Properties
- Improves Oral hygiene and cures Tooth ache
- Reliefs Menstrual Cramp and stops Diarrhoea
- Jaundice and Diabetes Management
- Hemorrhoids (pile)
- Tamarind increases the Antioxidant Capacity of the body
- Improves lactation
- Treats Scurvy and Wounds
- 4 tamarind pods
- 3 tbs of volcanic agave or date syrup
- 4 cups of spring water
Step 1 – Shell the tamarind and scoop out the pulp.
Step 2 – Soak the tamarind pulp in 2 cups of warm spring water for 5-10 minutes.
Step 3 – Add the pulp, water and sweetener to a blender and blend gently.
Step 4 – Strain the mixture through a clean white cloth white napkin or cheesecloth.
Step 5 – Add the other 2 cups of water, serve chilled and enjoy!