Tamarind is used in every home in some way or another. Better a poor horse than no horse at all.
Analysis of elements
1. Water content - 20.90%
2. Protein - 3.10%
3. Fat - 0.10%
4. Carbohydrates - 67.40%
5. Minerals - 2.90%
6. Fiber - 5.60%
7. Calcium - 0.17%
8. Phosphorus - 0.11%
9. Iron - 10.90 mg. Per 100 grams
10. Parasite ‘A’ - 100 Ra. Per 100 grams per unit
11. Parasite ‘C’ - 13 Ra. Per 100 grams per unit
13. Calories - 283 per 100 grams
Tamarind is highly edible, consumer, warm, palatable, fiery, sweet, astringent, hearty, pungent, antiseptic, astringent. It is also an antidote for sores, coughs, flatulence and worms.
Eat relatively little tamarind. It can be difficult to hold the joints because it is too sour; But eating a small amount occasionally cleanses the mouth. Adding tamarind to food makes it more palatable and delicious. However, tamarind does not have any special benefits. As much as it increases interest. So understand and use it to the limit.