Friday, October 14, 2011

Benefits of Durian

Durian is a tropical plant names are derived from Southeast Asia, grows around the equator to a height of 800 m ASL, and away up to latitude 18 ° in Thailand and Queensland. Rainfall is preferred at least 1500 mm, spread evenly throughout the year. However, dry periods of 1-2 months will stimulate better inflorescence. Feast of durian fruit season usually occurs after years with prolonged drought. The harvest of fruit production may occur with the mediocre.
Benefits of Durian

These plants require a deep soil, light and well drained. Optimum acidity is 6 to 6.5. Acid soils, such as red-yellow podzolic latosol or require liming hard for plants to grow well. Young Durian also requires protection of nature, so that the tree or its branches are laden fruit does not break the strong wind. Groundwater should not be less than 150 cm for ground water that is too low resulting in less sweet fruit.

Fertilization is done by making a small trench around the tree and then sprinkled with chemical fertilizers. Manure is given at the time of planting seedlings. Fertilization with NPK levels of the same given immediately after the fruiting season, while fertilization with higher levels given after flushing is completed to prepare for flowering.

Nutrition content of durian:
Sodium, carbohydrates, fibber, protein, calcium, phosphorus, carotene, potassium, iron, vitamin C, thiamin, niacin, riboflavin. "Healthy Lifestyles No. 398/2-8 March 2007". Each 100 g contains 67 g of coated seeds water, 28.3 g carbohydrates, 2.5 g fat, 2.5 g protein, 1.4 g fiber, and also has an energy value of 520 kJ. Durian also contains vitamins B1, B2, and vitamin C; as well as potassium, calcium, and phosphorus

Benefits of durian:
FRUIT: to prevent the impact of extensic aging (aging factor from the outside) increases blood pressure, fruits and nutritious roots to cope with swelling, skin diseases, and jaundice.
SKIN: can be used as mosquito repellent drugs, to treat a rash on the skin (scab) and difficult bowel movements (constipation). Rind is also commonly burned and the ashes used in potions for the launch period. Besides durian skin can be used as a good rub ash material, by means of sun-dried until dry and burnt to pieces.
LEAF: Water steeping leaves of durian in Malaysia is used as an antipyretic (fever reliever). Description of the properties of durian was recorded in a collection of writings Burkill and Haniff 1930. How, juice leaves are pasted on the forehead or leaves boiled water to drink. In addition, leaf extracts,

In Java, as durian is believed to have aphrodisiac qualities. In some countries in Asia, the durian is believed to have properties that cause the release of a lot of sweat. People with high blood pressure and pregnant women are advised not to eat durian.

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