313 | Olive

Bengali Name : Jalpai
English Name : Olive
Scientific Name : Elaeocarpus floribundus
Origin : Bangladesh
MOQ : 50 Kg
Season : August-December


Olive  Morphology

Olive trees are medium-sized, reaching 10 to 12 meters in height. The leaves fall off in winter, with new leaves appearing in February–March. Along with that comes tiny white flowers. Although the olive is famous for its fruit, the beauty of its flowers is extraordinary. It is difficult to ignore the beauty of the numerous flower fairs all over the trees. Clusters of off-white flowers bloom in mid-summer. Fruits are edible in autumn and winter.

The outer covering of the fruit then acquires a characteristic color close to green. This is why olive color is known as a special color to everyone. The structure of olives is almost similar to amra. But smaller in size than Amra. Inside its thin covering is an edible shell and a hard nut or seed.

The raw fruit peel is slightly sour, indicating that it is a good source of vitamin C. Studies have shown that this fruit is rich in minerals, vitamins, fiber and valuable antioxidants .A fruit weighs 15.78 to 22.46 g, length 4.07 to 4.49 cm, diameter 2.62 to 2.89 cm[4]. The color of the fruit is dark green, there is a brown seed in the middle of the fruit, surrounded by a sweet and sour shell.

Medicinal Fruit for Colon Cancer

Olive cures disease of  skins, on the other hand, are rich in fiber, which helps prevent your colon cancer; It also helps to cure various complications of the stomach starting from the small intestine. On the other hand, the oil obtained from olives is very beneficial for the human body. So Gunevra fruit is also known as liquid gold or liquid gold. Looking back a bit, olives were more in demand than any other fruit from the beginning of Greek civilization. From cooking to medicine, olives have been used everywhere in history.

Olive is beneficial for Cold Cough and Skin Disease

So from those early days, the use of olive oil to remove belly fat or colds and coughs was remarkable. On the other hand, during the Corona period, those who want to keep themselves healthy from cold and flu, they can keep olives or olive oil in their daily food list. In the case of using this oil, those who have skin allergies or roughness can mix a teaspoon of oil in the bath water and take a bath.

By doing this, your skin will be smooth, as well as rash or allergy problems on the skin will be removed very easily. On the other hand, this sour fruit is useful for diabetes or heart patients. So many people convert this delicious fruit into bharta or pickles and store it throughout the year. So that throughout the year you can keep this quality fruit in your food list and keep yourself healthy and increase immunity.

Other Benefits:

  1. Hair loss problem: Olive oil contains fatty acids and anti-oxidants to take care of hair, olive oil helps to strengthen the hair follicles.
  2. Heart: Olive oil reduces the risk of heart attack.
  3. Weight control: Black olive contains vitamin E, it destroys anti-free radicals and as a result, weight is controlled. Vitamin E prevents abnormal cell growth.
  4. Prevention of hair loss: Olive oil helps to prevent hair loss.
  5. Gallbladder problem: Regular consumption of olives eliminates the problem of gall bladder and reduces the possibility of gallstones.
  6. Cold, cough problems: Olive is a natural antioxidant that increases immunity. And eliminates the problem of cold and cough.

In addition, olives help to eliminate the problem of diabetes, olives reduce the amount of sugar in the blood.


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