It could be that you know Buni fruit only as a mixed fruit rujak uleg. The taste is sweet, fresh and sour, and tends to be astringent, making this red-purple fruit suitable as a complement to rujak. Buni fruit is a fruit berry, or berry, with a latin name Antidema thwaitesianum. At first glance, this fruit looks like a grape, round in shape, small and in clusters. Ripe Buni fruit can be eaten directly or made jam. For those of you who like fresh vegetables, the leaves of young Buni fruit will make fresh vegetables taste delicious.
Ingredients of Buni Fruit
The content of Buni fruit, has nutrition and phytonutrient–its high. Buni fruit contains many nutrients such as Vitamin C, Provitamin A (carotenoids), Vitamin B1, Vitmain B2, Vitamin E, Mineral iron, and Phosphor, Potassium and fibers, Alkaloid and Friendelin.
Blackish purple color on ripe buni fruit indicates the level of anthocyanin high in this fruit. Presence of active compounds anthocyanin important for the health of blood vessels. Antosianin It works by oxidizing LDL (bad fat) levels in the body. Herbalists call Buni a cure for diseases such as anemia, dirty blood, hypertensionheart, cough, indigestion, and others.
Although currently only found in rujak handyman carts, this fruit has many benefits. Buni fruit is getting rare, but the benefits of buni fruit have been known for a long time. Here are some of them.
1. Endurance. High doses of vitamin C in Buni fruit can increase endurance. This fruit is also rich in fiber which can maintain the health of the digestive tract and prevent the occurrence of colon cancer.colon). Fruit can be eaten directly or included in processed foods.
2. Maintain Immune. Buni fruit is good for maintaining immunity and can be used as a antioxidant body. Consumption of Buni fruit after hard work will be able to refresh the body.
Good for endurance and immunity
3. Eye Health. Content provitamin A in buni fruit is very good for maintaining eye health and is able to prevent the occurrence of premature eyesight. Fruit eaten directly or into processed foods.
Good for eye health
4. Treating Syphilis. Although it is not known for certain research on the Buni fruit, the function of this fruit has been known for a long time to treat syphilis.
Good for treating syphilis
5. Streamlining Sgroove Pencernan. Buni fruit is rich in fiber. Regular consumption of Buni fruit will fill the lack of fiber in the body. It is suitable for consumption for those of you who have digestive problems. Buni fruit is able to launch the digestive tract and prevent constipation.
Good for smoothing the digestive tract
6. Prevent Cancer. Buni fruit can also function as a fruit that has a function antioxidant to prevent cancer and prevent premature aging. The presence of a substance antioxidant has the ability to counteract the effects of free radicals, prevent and reduce the growth of cancer cells.
Good for preventing cancer
7. Skin Rejuvenation. The content of Vitamin C and Vitamin E will be beneficial for maintaining healthy skin because it will increase the degeneration process, nourish the skin, rejuvenate the skin, and can remove dead skin cells. The skin will appear smoother, whiter, firmer, and glowing.
Good for skin rejuvenation
8. Prevent Hypertension. Buni fruit can be useful for Antihypertensive and heart health. Regular use will avoid the risk of high blood pressure, abnormal heart work, and atherosclerosis. Buni fruit can also be used for people with anemia (anemia).
Good for preventing hypertension
9. Prevent Cholesterol. Buni fruit can be useful to prevent kholestrol tall. Regular use will reduce the risk cholesterol high, and reduce fat.
Good for preventing cholesterol
10. Treating Boils & Itching Itching. Characteristic anti-inflammatory and diuretic Natural ingredients in Buni fruit can overcome various skin diseases. Such as itching due to allergies, itching due to mosquito bites, boils, acne, and so on. Buni fruit can be used as an external remedy for wounds and itching. Apply the leaves / fruit that has been mashed / ground to the wound.
Good for treating boils
11. Processed Materials. Buni fruit is widely used as a processed ingredient made such as jam, syrup, sweets, salad mix, salad, fresh vegetables, or herbs.
How do you prepare Buni Fruit?
1. Eaten directly.
Buni fruit ripe about 30-40 fruit can be for fruit snacks. Buni fruit is washed and then removed the seeds. The flesh of the fruit can be eaten immediately. Fruit can also be used as an ingredient rujak uleg, it can also be preserved as sweets, or made into a syrup that can be stored in bottles. Or it can also be made in the form of pasta for the ingredients of Buni fruit jam. If it will be used for treatment, it can be eaten directly 3 x 2 – 3 grains in a day. Drink warm water or water to neutralize the taste sepat which appears in the mouth.
2. Pounded Like Jamu.
The fruit or leaves of the Buni plant can be ground to make herbal/herbal extracts.
The fruit is taken from its flesh, then pounded in alu–lumpang until soft. Add with lukewarm water. Drink 2-3 times a day, repeated if necessary. The remaining steeping dregs can be used for wound medicine, by attaching it to the wound area.
4. Alloy (Mix).
Buni fruit can be mixed with other ingredients to cure certain diseases. Herbal ingredients are used for,
- Kbody health. Mix Buni fruit, leaves plate glassleaf concluding, cinnamonand ginger rhizome.
- Panemia. Mix Buni fruit, mixed with candis acid, and turmeric rhizome.
- Psyphilis disease. Mix Buni fruit with leaves bitterleaf okiloleaf gotu kola. Each drink is flavored with honey as a sweetener or palm sugar. Mash until smooth, then filtered, squeezed and drunk with warm water. Do it 3 times a day for 10-12 days in a row.
Congratulations on taking advantage of the country’s herbal wealth.