Quince - this is probably the only fruit that is ripe enough even if
difficult to eat raw

Description Quince Quince - this is the name of the fruit and the tree of the same name. Quince - a
of the oldest cultivated crops of humankind. Today
quince grown almost anywhere in the world. It can be found in the Caucasus
and Central Asia, in most of Europe, North and South Africa
North and South America, as well as in Australia and the islands of Oceania. Fruit
quince are spherical or pear-shaped, the size of a large apple,
depending on the type of quince has all shades of yellow - from light lemon
to dark yellow. Quince peel thickly covered with fine fibers, and pulp
rigid due to the presence of numerous stony cells malosochnaya,
astringent, sweetish. Quince Seeds numerous, brown. Quince
eaten raw, as well as it squeezed juice, jam
and stewed fruit, candied peel and do. Composition of quince in the 100 gr. quince contains: * Water
- 86.5 g * Protein - 0.6 g * Fat - 0.5g Carbohydrates * - 9.8 grams (including mono-
and disaccharides - 7.6 g starch - 0.3 g) * Fiber - 1.9 g * Ash - 0.8
r * Organic acids - 0.9 g Vitamins quince: * Vitamin A (beta carotene)
- 0.4 mg Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) - 23 mg Vitamin B1 (thiamine)
- 0.02 mg Vitamin B22 (Riboflavin) - 0.04 mg * Niacin (vitamin B3 or
RR) - 0.1 mg Nutrients in quince: * Potassium - 144 mg * Calcium - 23 mg *
Magnesium - 14 mg * Sodium - 14 mg * Phosphorus - 24 mg of trace elements in quince: *
Hardware - 3000 mg Calories quince quince 100g contains on average about
38-47 kcal. Beneficial properties of fruit quince quince Eating shown to
prevention and treatment of multiple sclerosis, pancreatitis, anemia, and hypertension. Through
astringent properties, quince has long been consumed in various disorders and
diseases of the gastrointestinal tract. Also it is used as a diuretic
remedy for diseases of the cardiovascular system. Due within
of the quince pectin and tannin, its use as an anti-inflammatory,
styptic and antiseptic. Fresh quince rich in iron,
also there are many tartronovoy acid mucous substances. Mucus obtained
quince seed, used as an anti-inflammatory and emollient
funds. It is indicated by tracheitis, bronchitis, gastroenteritis, spastic
colitis, and flatulence. Decoction of seeds is also used as a lotion
with eye diseases, to rinse the mouth with angina, as well as
cosmetic to soften the skin. In a shabby cooked fruit
sometimes used to treat liver diseases and as antiemetic.
Quince juice is recommended for tuberculosis and asthma, general malaise,
in disorders of the stomach and intestines, liver disease, cardiovascular
and respiratory systems. Quince Quince is also: * is effective in the treatment of bronchial
asthma, heart disease and liver * has a beneficial effect
on the psyche * helps with headaches * eliminates bad breath
* Helps the appearance of appetite * good thirst quencher is used *
with a hangover * used as an effective means of Burns * used
by involuntary vomiting and various ailments useful properties are
not only flesh but also seeds, leaves and quince. So decoctions of seeds used
for lotions for eye diseases, for rinsing the mouth with angina,
as well as for cosmetic purposes as a means of softening the skin and leaves
quince made some medicines. Contraindications to
use quince fruit pulp and seeds of quince has fastening and astringent
properties, which can lead to obstruction and irritation
intestinal mucosa or cramps in enterocolitis and peptic ulcer disease
stomach. The use of quince cooked in, a bit of sugar with honey or in the form of
quince jam to avoid these problems. Also down on the surface
quince fruit peel hurts the larynx and voice, causing coughing and shivering.

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