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History of fig is 11 thousand years old: It is also mentioned in religious texts, know its interesting history

Figs rich in vitamins, minerals have 11 thousand times old history, know intriguing effects related to it 

Fig( Fig) is a awful fruit. There's respect for this in all major persuasions. It isn't only important in the three major persuasions of India, it has also been admired in Christian and Muslim persuasions. This fruit holds the status of symbolism in numerous world persuasions. On the other hand it can not be denied that figs are a treasure trove of qualities.However, also it also has miraculous parcels to keep the body youthful, If it's salutary for the heart. This fruit farther enhances the strength of youth. 

This fruit is 11 thousand times old 


The history of figs is thousands of times old. Research reports suggest that it began in the Middle East Center and flourished in South- West Asia. It's believed that it started growing in these areas about 11 thousand times agone. The status of this fruit increased so important that in ancient Greece this fruit came so important from the marketable point of view that its import was banned. It started growing in the Mediterranean littoral areas around 2000 BC. It reached the USA in the 16th century. It entered Japan in the 17th century. Figs aren't mentioned in the ancient Ayurvedic textbooks of India, but their significance is shown in religious beliefs. 

No smell, but juicy and pulpy 

Fig is actually a special fruit of the aeroplane species, which grows directly on the tree without flowers. It can be eaten fresh as well as dried. currently it's being grown in Iran, Central Asia and now also in the Mediterranean countries and it grows a lot in Afghanistan. This small fruit doesn't have any characteristic aroma of its own but is juicy and pulpy. It can be pale unheroic, deep golden or deep purple in colour. These colors don't beget any difference in the taste of its peel. By the way, the agreeableness of its taste depends on where it's grown and how ripe it is. It can be eaten whole with peel, seeds and pulp. 


Special significance has been set up in the major persuasions of the world 

Figs have been given great significance in the major persuasions of the world. There are different interpretations about this in the three major persuasions of the Indian key, Hinduism, Buddhism and Jainism. The Hindu myth is that Lord Vishnu began under the fig tree. Its tree is symbolically associated with Brahma- Vishnu- Mahesh. In the notorious religious textbook Shrimad Bhagavad Gita, the sacred fig tree represents numerous branches of knowledge which are all connected to the same eternal source. 


Did Adam and Eve eat figs? 


There's a description of figs in the Bible, the holy book of Christians, in which Adam and Eve covered their branches with fig leaves when Adam and Eve ate the fruit of the Tree of Knowledge, feeling shamed after that. It's also claimed that the fruit they ate was a fig. In the Quran, the holy book of Muslims, the fig is described as a tree descended from Paradise. Sura 95 of the book is named ‘ Al- Tin ’, which means fig. Prophet Muhammad Saheb says that ‘ If I've to tell about any fruit which has descended from Paradise, I'll take the name of fig. ’ 

Further than Fiber and Potassium 


Figs play a veritably important part in keeping the mortal body healthy. It contains further fiber than bananas and further potassium than bananas. The quantum of sugar in its fresh ripe fruit is only 22 percent. Dieticians say that figs are a good source of vitamins A and B complex. It contains minerals like protein, magnesium, phosphorous, potassium, calcium and sodium. There's no break of figs for constipation and stomach related problems. The fiber and seeds set up in it ameliorate digestion. 


Beneficial for heart, also increases blood


According to Food Expert and Nutrition Adviser Nilanjana Singh, fig is a veritably salutary fruit for the heart. Figs also contain adipose acids like omega 3 and 6. It controls the blood pressure. Calcium is set up in fig fruit which strengthens bones. To remove physical weakness, figs should be consumed with fennel. Eating figs increases the quantum of blood in the body. The main reason for this is the presence of iron in figs. Figs reduce bad cholesterol from the body. By consuming it, the highways are defended. Diabetic cases can consume fig fruit. It has natural agreeableness which is veritably less. 

According to Singh, unbridled and irregular consumption of figs can beget detriment to health. It contains fiber, so consuming too much of it can beget loose movements. inordinate consumption can beget abdominal pain and bloating. thus, always consume it in controlled volume.