Against the inflammatory state of the ovaries and the problem of the monthly break, women should drink and eat pumpkin juice more regularly and in larger quantities.
Pumpkin heals and rejuvenates
The origin of the pumpkin is not very clearly defined. Some say it’s from Africa, and some say it’s a pumpkin from Asia or Central America (because a pumpkin seed was found in Mexico that dates back to 7000 years before our era. The most famous types are the ordinary oil pumpkin, Turkish (Istambulka), Hokkaido, Muscat, Argenta and napolitana.
- Pumpkin is full of vitamins – pumpkin has a smaller amount of proteins, carbohydrates and fats, but it has vitamins carotene and provitamins A, C, E, K and vitamins from the B group (B1, B2 and B6), then sodium, folic acid and minerals ( calcium, potassium, phosphorus and iron). Pumpkin flesh has only 26 calories per 100 grams, seeds have 467 calories and oil has 879 calories per 100 grams. That is why it is recommended for dietary nutrition regimes.
- Pumpkin is a strong antioxidant – pumpkin is rich in beta carotene, which has multiple protective effects on the human body. It blocks the effect of free radicals and thus directly prevents damage to the cellular DNA structure. It acts as a strong antioxidant. The daily dose is 7 to 10 milligrams. It is used preventively because it reduces the risk of throat, esophagus, stomach and cervix cancer.
- Pumpkin is useful during a break from a woman’s monthly cycle – the fruit is recommended as a diuretic in traditional healing. It is recommended for people suffering from rheumatism, gout, inflammation of the kidneys and bladder. Against the inflammatory state of the ovaries and the problem of the monthly break, women should drink and eat pumpkin juice more regularly and in larger quantities. Pumpkin has been noted to be good for people with psoriasis. The seeds are used to treat hypertrophied prostate when they should be eaten daily. Pumpkin seed oil contains vitamins A, B1, B2, B6, C, D, E, K and minerals (calcium, magnesium, potassium, zinc and dominant mineral ingredients). It contains more than 60% of unsaturated fatty acids and is rich in proteins. Pumpkin seed oil is rich in omega 3 and omega 6 essential fatty acids that increase the body’s energy, regulate cholesterol levels, improve the health of the reproductive organs and give a beautiful appearance to the skin and better function of the central nervous system.
- Pumpkin juice – clean and chop a 3-kilogram pumpkin. Place in a pot with 2 kg of sugar and pour water. Cook until soft. Puree together with the cooking water. Add 20 grams of citric acid. Mix it up. Pour hot juice into heated glass bottles. Close with cellophane. Wrap in blankets until cool.
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