It is well known that fruit is healthy food and should be incorporated into your daily diet. However, not all healthy fruits are available in the market. There are many rare, nutrient-rich fruits that can only grow under certain conditions
most rare fruits in the world are listed as
01) Miracle Fruit
In west Africa, miracle fruit grows in the tropical forests. Doctors use this fruit’s sweetening effects to stimulate the appetite of cancer patients.
due to a lack of safety testing, The USFDA has banned miracle berries importation despite their popular usage in Japan. Some speculate that the sugar and artificial sweetener industries saw miracle berries as a threat and shut down the industries
The jabuticaba tree is native to Brazil, but it is now cultivated throughout much of the tropical world Its fruit looks like a grape and grows creepily along the trunk and branches of the tree.
The taste of the fruit varies from variety to variety, but all are highly flavorful. They are eaten by taking out the flesh from the skin and squeezing it out of the skin and into your mouth.
Mangosteen is an unusual fruit that is native to Indonesia But also found In some South Asian Countries. This fruit is also very fragrant. Its purple-colored with a triangular shape and has fruity parts inside a small shell. This fruit is seldom found in Western Markets.
The mangosteen fruit contains no cholesterol or fat and is a rich source of Vitamin c, which helps prevent many infections. The mangosteen juice is a popular drink in Asian countries during the summer season.
A horned cucumber is one of the oldest fruit in the world. It originated in Africa 3000 years ago. It is also known as blowfish fruit because of its yellowish shell with spines like horns. Its fruity part is green with lots of seeds. The outer shell of the fruit is rich in vitamin C
This jelly, melon fruit has an oblong shape and has a length between 5-10 cm. African horned cucumber tastes like a cross between a cucumber and lemon. Its juice is an excellent remedy for acidity, heartburn, and eczema. The consumption of this fruit also helps to get relief from kidney, and urinary problems and regulate blood pressure.
The rambutan is a fruit that grows in South East Asia. It is ab rare, oval-shaped fruit with pinky hairs on its outer shell. It is named after the Malaysian word Rambut which means hair. The sweet and sour succulent flesh is found inside the fruit
The rambutan trees bear fruits in the fall and late spring seasons. Rambutan tastes just like grapes. The carbohydrate and protein content of this fruit offers instant refreshment. This copper-rich fruit also helps to increase the rate of white blood cell (fight against infection) production in your body.