Arbarai is one among the fruits with sour taste. it's like amalki, but playing waves. the colour is light yellow. The skin of the fruit is smooth. This fruit is rich in vitamin-C. In our country it's different names counting on the world - like Nalta, Lebair, Farfari, Noil, Noel, Royal, Albarai, Arbori etc. it's very fun to eat ripe arbarai with salt and salt! it's also wont to make pickles, juices, jellies, sauces etc.
In Bangladesh it's also called Nalta, Lebair, Farfari, Noil, Noel, Royal, Albarai, Orbari etc. it's not known exactly where it originated. However, it's thought to possess originated in Madagascar. Many botanists also say that it's native to South Asia.
It's a lot of fun. Besides, pickles, juices, jellies, chutneys etc. also are made with Arbarai. many of us cook excellent pickles with it. Arboreal juice is employed to form vinegar. This fruit also has many medicinal properties.
According to nutritionists, there are 91.9 grams of water, 100 grams of meat, 0.155 grams of fat, 0.52 grams of fat, 0.6 grams of dietary fiber, 5.4 milligrams of calcium, 16.9 milligrams of phosphorus, and 3.9 grams of iron per 100 grams. .25 mg, carotene 0.019 mg, thiamine 0.025 mg, riboflavin 0.013 mg, niacin 0.292 mg and vitamin-C 4.8 mg.
The leaves of Arbarai are cooked and eaten as a vegetable in India, Indonesia and Thailand. Arbariya has a crucial role in preventing premature aging and skin diseases.
Applying the juice of Arbarai at the bottom of the hair strengthens the hair and removes dandruff. The fruit plays a helpful role in preventing seasonal fever and restoring appetite. So you'll eat this excellent fruit without hesitation.
Arbaraiye also has various medicinal properties! like -
disease tonic is formed with its seeds.
Its seeds are used for stomach ailments and deworming.
Arbariya has a crucial role in preventing premature aging and skin diseases.
♦ Arbarai juice applied to the hair roots strengthens the hair and removes dandruff.
The fruit plays a helpful role in preventing seasonal fever and restoring appetite.