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Velvet beans belong to Fabaceae family and Mucuna genus. It is commonly found in Africa, Asia and South America. This plant induces itchiness on touching. It is an annual plant. It can grow up to 15 meters. It has purple flowers and has seedpods, which can grow up to 10 cm.   Benefit...

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Health Benefits of Sterculia
by Dr. Jagdev Singh
Sterculia or tropical chestnut, belonging to the mallow family malvacea, has its name derived from the roman god of manure Sterculius, primarily because of the unpleasant odor that the flowers of this plant give off. It is the source of gum karaya. This gum is used as a multipurpose thickening ag...

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Also called Congo pea, tropical green pea, Arhar or Toor dal and Grandule bean, the pigeon pea was domesticated in south Asia. Since then it has been a common food item in Asia, Africa and Latin America. Pigeon pea is a legume that is cultivated all round the year. It is cultivated in both tropic...

arhar or toor dal, congo pea, grandule bean, tropical green pea

Peanuts, they belong to the pea’s family, which is a powerhouse of nutrition. They are rich in nutrients and they provide over 30 essential nutrients and phytonutrients. They are a rich source of fiber, folate, vitamin E, magnesium, niacin and phosphorus. They contain around 25% of protein ...

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