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1 Golden palm Chrysalidocarpus lutescens Arecaceae It is grown as an ornamental plant in gardens in tropical and subtropical regions, and elsewhere indoors as a houseplant. It is one of the best air purifying plant. In its introduced range, this plant acts as a supplier of fruit of some bird species which feed on it opportunistically in Brazil. show image
2 Norfolk Island pine Araucaria heterophylla Araucariaceae It is an ornamental tree and street tree in warm temperate climates. It is cultivated in gardens and public landscapes. Resins are used to treat contusions, ulcers, as well as to help cicatrisation and and also applied to wounds. It is rich in terpenes. Some species yields an excellent timber, which is used for all kinds of light construction and interior work. show image
3 Peach Prunus persica Rosaceae Peaches are a good source of vitamins C, A, E, and K, among other nutrients. As an excellent source of strong antioxidant vitamin C, can reduces the risk of cancer, wrinkles, improves overall skin texture and help to fight skin damage caused by the sun and pollution, good for heart and eye health.Peaches are not only a popular fruit, but are symbolic in many cultural traditions, such as in art, paintings and folk tales such as Peaches of Immortality. show image
304 Mango Mangifera indica Anacardiaceae Sour, unripe mangoes are used in chutneys, pickles, side dishes or may be eaten raw with salt, chili or soy sauce. A summer drink called aam panna comes from mangoes. Aamras is a popular thick juice made of mangoes. The pulp from ripe mangoes used to form jam. Murabba, amchur, juices, smoothies, ice cream, fruit bars, pies, sweet chili sauce, etc. are prepared with the help of mangoes. The energy value per 100 g serving of common mango is 250 KJ. show image
5 Mousambi (Sweet lime) Citrus limetta Rutaceae It is a versatile fruit with a sweet and sour taste. This amazing fruit renders terrific nutritional value. This fruit is widely consumed in the form of drinks, jams, pickles, candies, snacks and sorbets. The juice of this is also versatile and is used in salads and to marinate meat. It aids digestion, relieves constipation, prevents scurvy, peptic ulcers, respiratory problems, improves the immune system, contains anti-cancer properties, provides protection and prevention against inflammation an show image
6 Narangi Citrus tangerina Rutaceae Tangerines contain 85% water, 13% carbohydrates, and negligible amounts of fat and protein. Among micronutrients, only vitamin C (ascorbic acid) is in significant content (32% of daily value) in a 100 gram reference serving, with all other nutrients in low amounts. It is good for skin as it reduces pigmentation and clears all old, dead skin cells and shrinks pores to leave your skin looking clear and glowing. It prevents hair loss, dandruff and strengthen hair. It helps in weight loss, lowers t show image
307 Morpankh Thuja standishii Cupressaceae Thuja leaves and leaf oil are used as a medicine. Thuja is used for respiratory tract infections such as bronchitis, bacterial skin infections, and cold sores. It is also used for painful conditions including osteoarthritis and nerve disorder that affects the face called trigeminal neuralgia. It boost the immune system and increase urine flow. It has also been used to cause abortions. Thuja is sometimes applied directly to the skin for joint pain and muscle pain. Its oil is also used for skin di show image
8 Caterpillar tree Plumeria alba Apocynaceae It is often cultivated as an ornamental plant. In Cambodia pagodas especially choose this shrub, with the flowers used in ritual offerings to the deities, they are sometimes used to make necklaces which decorate coffins. In addition, the flowers are edible and eaten as fritters, while the heart of wood is part of a traditional medical preparation taken as a vermifuge (anti-parasitic drugs that expel parasitic worms) or as a laxative (used to treat and prevent constipation). show image
9 Drumstick tree Moringa oleifera Moringaceae Taking 3 grams of moringa twice daily for 3 weeks reduces the reduces the severity of asthma symptoms and improves lung function in adults with mild to moderate asthma. It is good for diabetic patients. It lowers the cholesterol, increases breast milk production, improves weight in malnourished children, improves menopausal symptoms, etc. It is very rich in healthy antioxidants and bioactive plant compounds that may be beneficial in the treatment of cancer. Moringa leaves also contain essential show image
10 Litchi Litchi chinensis Sapindaceae Litchi is a delicious juicy fruit with sweet smell and taste which is available in the summer. It is a small fruit packed with healthy nutrients. It is a rich source of nutrients that is required for the production of blood. It contains good amount of fiber and vitamin B-complex which increase metabolism fat, protein and carbohydrates. Litchi contains high amount of antioxidants which is effective to prevent early ageing. It contains a good amount of potassium thus reduces the the risk of stroke show image
11 Khumani (Apricot) Prunus armenica Rosaceae Apricots are packed with vitamin A (retinol). It is fat soluble, and helps in the enhancement of vision, among other things. It keeps the immune system in check, protecting your skin. It is also rich in fiber, antioxidants, Vitamin C and calories. It is good for heart, bones, skin, eyes, liver and blood. show image
13 Sugar apple Annona squamosa Annonaceae Sugar apple is a delicious fruit. The plant is attributed with the medicinal properties that include anti-fertility and anti-tumor activities. The young leaves are used extensively due to its anti-diabetic activity. It regulates hyperthyroidism and lipid peroxidation. It shows anti-inflammatory, anti-diabetic, vasorelaxant, hepatoprotective, insecticidal and larvicidal activity. In India, leaves are crushed and applied to wounds. show image
14 Pomegranate Punica granatum Lythraceae Pomegranates are among the healthiest fruits on earth. Pomegranate juice is very healthy as it contains more than 100 phytochemicals. It contain anti-oxidants, vitamin C, vitamin E, vitamin K, folate and potassium. It is used for diabetes, arthritis, blood pressure, sexual performance, fertility and improving memory. They have also been shown to be antibacterial and antiviral in lab tests. Pomegranates are also beneficial for skin, hair and health. show image
15 Chikoo Manilkara zapota Sapotaceae It is rich in vitamins, minerals, tannins, glucose and calories. This makes it an amazing choice for healthy and glowing skin. The seed of kernel oil of sapota is used as a skin ointment. Hence eating sapota is good for health or skin. show image
16 Amla Phyllanthus emblica Euphorbiaceae It is a rich source of vitamin C. Its seeds yields a fixed oil. fruits, barks and leaves are rich in tannin. It is popularly used in inks, shampoos and hair oils, the high content of the gooseberry fruit serves as a mordant for fixing dyes in fabrics. show image
17 Lemon Citrus limon Rutaceae The fruit, juice and peel are used to make medicine. Lemon is used to treat scurvy, a condition caused by not having enough vitamin C. Lemon is also used for the common cold and flu, swine flu, ringing in the ears, stomach upset and vomiting from pregnancy, and kidney stones. It is used to aid digestion, reduce hay fever symptoms, reduce pain and swelling, lower blood pressure, etc. In food, lemon is used as a food and flavoring ingredient.