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World Coconut Day: Learn some special things related to the coconut used in everything from worship to food

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Coconut is a versatile tree. It is mainly used for eating fruits and in oil foods and medicinal form. At the same time, its fibers, leaves, broom, mat, rope, roof, sofa, chair cushion, brush, etc. are made. Its fruit is considered a symbol of our culture. The tradition of offering shrieval in worship, respect, greetings has been going on since the Vedic period. It is also called Shrifal in Sanskrit, Nariyar in Gujarati, Narikel in Bangla, Naral in Marathi, and Khupar in Kashmiri. Description in Puranas

Artistic Plate With Coconuts

According to the legend, Vishwamitra, who became angry with the Gods and became Brahmarshi from Rajarshi, started the creation of the universe. Their head is made of coconut. Humans have two eyes in Brahma’s creation, while Vishwamitra had created three eyes in his human creation, hence coconut has three eye-shaped symbols. This is the reason why coconut is also called Trinetra.

Some people believe that this multivariate and monocot plant is originally a tree on the beaches of New Zealand, which later reached other countries including India. It grows easily in tropical climates. In India, it is found in Kerala, Gujarat, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Orissa, Bengal, and Andaman-Nicobar, etc. The state of Kerala is at the forefront of coconut production in India.

 

Helpful in increasing immunity

Ayurvedic Doctor Dr. Arpita C. Raj. It is said that radium and cobalt are found in coconut, that is why cancer patients are advised to include poori or coconut water in the diet. Apart from this, it is very beneficial in diseases like heart, liver, kidney, mouth ulcers etc. It is also very helpful in strengthening immunity. It contains water, protein, fat, mineral elements, calcium, phosphorus, iron, and abundant vitamin-C.

Coconut water full of qualities

In coastal areas, people have been using coconut for years for food and beauty. Every part of the coconut is beneficial in one way or the other, but there are some elements in coconut water that the body needs the most. A coconut contains about 200 ml of water.

It is sweet and refreshing in taste. Antioxidants, amino acids, enzymes, B-complex, vitamin-C, and major salts are found in plenty along with very few calories in its water. On lack of water in the body or decreased blood fluidity, coastal people adopt coconut water as a domestic medicine. Physicians also recommend drinking ORS solutions or coconut water in case of diarrhea, vomiting or diarrhea.

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