Avocados – The Best Complete Super Food
Avocados are the fruit of a small, subtropical tree. They are rich in vitamin A, some B-complex, C, and E vitamins, and potassium, and because they contain some protein and starch, as well as being a good source of monounsaturated fats, they are considered to be a perfect – or a complete food. Traditionally avocados have been used for skin problems. The pulp has both antibacterial and antifungal properties.
Cool Trick I learned when picking out a ripe avocado. On the end of an avocado there is a little nub, if you pick it off underneath you will see a color of the flesh… green or cream colored-fresh, dark and dry- not so much!
- Excellent restorative food, particularly during convalescene
- Traditionally used for sexual problems
- Helps with skin disorders
- Used to treat circulatory problems
An avocado paste can be applied to rashes and rough skin to soothe and smooth.
Avocado oil can be used as a base oil for massage
Eat an avocado each day when concalescing
The pulp, applied to grazes and shallow cuts, and covered with sterile gauze, can prevent infection entering the body and encourage healing.
Eat regularly for digestive and circulatory problems
The flesh of a ripe avocado soothes sunburned skin. Cut an avocado in half and rub gently over the affected area.
To make a mask apply the flesh with some olive oil, then apply to face. Avocado can treat mild eczema. Leave on for 15 minutes.
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