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Apricot

Other Names: Apricot, Apricock, Zardaloo, Jardaloo, Khubani, Prunus Armeniaca
Traditional Usages: Food, Creams, Soaps, Confectionary, Flavouring, Oil Extract, Asthma, Wheezing, Fever, Anemia, Menstrual Disorders, Infertility, bleeding, Eye inflammation, Spasms, Anti-aging
Resources: China, Himalayas, India, Asia, US, Europe, South Africa, Turkey
Parts Used: Fruit, Kernels, Oil Extract
Herbal Research: Apricot

A WHO Organizational resource: Apricot Research - FULL REPORT


Apricots - Natural remedy for Erectile Dysfunction:  Break the shell of the Apricot seed inside the fruit to remove the nut and eat it.    

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