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Cucumbers

    Cucumbers contain high amounts of vitamin K. The potassium content of cucumber makes it highly useful for conditions like high and low blood pressure. Cucumbers are a good source of dietary fiber. It contains erepsin, an enzyme that helps to digest protein.


Cucumbers have several health benefits:

  • Cucumber is a great folk medicine used to reduce heat and inflammation. It can be eaten raw, pickled or used in cooking. This cool fruit is popular among women because it is normally used to help treat tired eyes.
  • Cucumbers have excellent diuretic, cooling and cleansing properties.
  • It helps to heal a range of illnesses – including lung, stomach and chest problem, gout, arthritis and tapeworm.
  • Fresh cucumber juice helps reduce heartburn and acidity. It can also be used by people who suffering from gastritis or ulcers.
  • To reduce swelling and soothe the eyes, place slices of cucumber over closed eyes.
  • Cucumber juice, when taken daily may help to control cases of eczema, arthritis and gout.
  • Keep away from pickled cucumbers. Pickled cucumbers are devoid of most of its vitamins. Also, they is high in sodium.
  • Cucumber is said to promote growth in hair, especially when the juice is added to juice of carrot, lettuce and spinach.