Borojo fruit health benefit
June 6 2016
Borojo fruit grows in South America. Borojoa patinoi is a mid-sized tree, averaging 10 to 15 feet in height, that grows in Colombia, Ecuador, and Panama. This tree grows in the shade of other trees, and thrives in the rainy, humid climate. Borojo fruit is traditionally used in jam, desserts, ice cream, and candies, among other things -- not the least of which is the famed Jugo del Amor (Juice of Love).
Benefits, what is it used for?
Promoters claim this fruit has aphrodisiac benefits and is a natural source of energy. These nutritious fruits have long been used by native Colombians for sustained energy and vitality. Borojo can provide support for the bronchial system, and help the metabolism and immune system with healthy cellular regeneration.
What's in it, substances, constituents
The name "Borojo" means "head-shaped fruit." Borojo fruits contain phosphorus and essential amino acids, as well as other important vitamins and minerals including vitamin C, calcium, and iron. Promoters also claim borojo may help maintain normal levels of blood sugar, blood pressure, and cholesterol, as well as normal estrogen production in women.