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Oranges (Santra) and its benefits

 Oranges (Santra) and its benefits


A fruit called Orange
Orange is a citrus fruit which belong to the single genus called Citrus under the family Rutaceae. It is beleived that orange is native to China and its origin goes back to 314 BCE. Orange is usually 2 to 4 inches in diameters and contains  juicy, pulpy, sweet and aromatic fruit. Its shape is shperical to oblong depending on the varieties. The orange tree is an evergreen, flowering tree which can grow up to 9-10 meters in height. It prefers tropical and sub-tropical climates. Its a non-climacteric fruit which means it does not get ripen after its harvest. The grainy outer layer rind or peel ( Exocarp/ Flavedo) contains carotinoid which attribute to its colour and essential oils which attribute to its aroma. Just beneath the peel is a porour white spongy tissue called Mesocarp or Albedo. It contains flavonoids, D- limonine, limonine and pectin. These substances attribute to its flavour. And exocarp and mesocarp enclosed the endoca…

Sweet pulpy mango (Aam) benefits and nutrients

Sweet pulpy Mango (Aam) its benefits and nutrients.


Known to be the "King of fruits", mango is the national fruit of India. It belongs to the flowering plant of genus mengnifera. Mango is a juicy stone fruit (drupe- A kind of fruit which has outer fleshy layer skin or exocarp and inner pulpy juicy part, mesocarp surround the  endocarp or pit or stone ). Mengnifera indica commonly known as indian mango is native to India and is a species of flowering plant belonging to the family Anacardiaceae. The full grown tree may reach upto 30 metres in height and the circumference of the trunk may grow upto 3.7 metres. It grows in tropical climates. 
Brief history
Mango is native of South Asia, it is beleived to be originated from India. It's origin goes way back to 2000 BCE when native indian started cultivating. Later on it was cultivated and transferred to many parts of the world in 15th as well as 16th century. It is believed that Portuguese explorers brought and introdued mango…

Simple ways to deal with stress

Simple ways to deal with stress


You had a hectic day, stressed and huge presure at work, reached home late at night, had ordered food and go to bed very late. So exhausted that you fell asleep without having a moment to think over. The worst is, next day you still feel the tiredness,  and fatigue of yesterday's gruesome series of event. Well, that's what we normally feel the next day, when we overkilled ourselves with lots of work in hand, juggling everything at a time and we are still able to hear all those bashing and demands from our bosses. Somehow manage to accomplish and live up with that. Believe me! I'm also working in the service sector and I definitely feel you about it. But I am happy and content to my personal life no matter what happen at work space stays there. There are lots of people who do not know how to handle the situation. In fact, some people do take extreme measure at their own hand because of the uncontrollable nature of burden and pressure. In my …