Pistachio

PISTACHIO

Pistachio wonderful properties

The pistachio tree is a bivalve tree with a height of about five meters. It carries in Iran and Afghanistan.
Pistachio leaves are alternate, consisting of 2 or 3 leaflets with a leaflet and a bright green leaf, the flowers are clustered and male flower has no petals.
Chemical compounds are rich in food and therefore suitable for strengthening patients and weak people.
One hundred grams of pistachio nuts are available, Water 2.5gr, Protein 20gr, Fatty substances 54gr, Starch 15 gr, Calcium 130 mg, Phosphorus 500mg, Iron 7.5mg, Potassium 950mg, Vitamin A 230 units, Vitamin B1 0.7mg, Vitamin B3 1.5mg.
The pharmaceutical properties of pistachio cereal are hot and dry in the ancient Iranian medicine, and the pistachio brain is due to blood iron and those who have anemia should eat some pistachios daily.

Pistachio is a healthy diet for the heart that reduces the risk of cardiovascular disease and Pistachio is rich in lutein antioxidants.
Lutein is usually found in green vegetables and brightly colored fruits, Pistachio lutein prevent cardiovascular cramps.

Did you know that the amount of pistachio potassium is equal to orange potassium?

Four types of pistachio are produced in Iran: Fandoghi, Kalleh Gouchi, Akbari and Ahmad Aghaei.
Pistachios can also be consumed freshly and dried fruit. To give them a better taste, they are strained with lemon and saffron or water and salt to make salted pistachios.
Pistachio consumption is beneficial in preventing cardiovascular disease. It is also helpful for relaxing and regulating heartbeats and calming the nerves and reducing bad cholesterol.
The pistachio brain is due to having hemorrhoids, and those who have anemia should eat some pistachios daily.
Eating pistachios strengthens the sex and brain, mind and stomach and is helpful for relaxing the heart and calming the nerves and is recommended to open the liver duct.
Pistachio soothes the cough and is a very good treatment for common diarrhea and bloody diarrhea.
Pistachio is recommended because it contains essential nutrients with vitamins and high calories. It is recommended for athletes, students, adolescents, especially in the elderly, and pregnant and lactating women.
If you continue to use pistachios in the long term, you can achieve improvements in blood pressure, vascular response to anxiety and control of heart pressure.
Pistachio cereal extract is clear yellow oil that has nutritional and therapeutic properties.
Pistachio oil is a good moisturizer and is absorbed quickly and does not create a stickiness condition and is a good option for massaging the face and body.
Omega-6 fatty acids eliminate the effects of surgical wounds and prevent wrinkles around the eyes and face, and most importantly make the hair clear.
The oral intake of this oil has a therapeutic aspect and its phosphorus boosts intelligence and memory, and its folic acid helps the development and development of the nervous system of the fetus.

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Pistachio Green Skin Properties

Pistachio is the best remedy for oral odor.
Chewing the brain of pistachio can heal the wounds of the mouth.
For the strength of the gums, you can apply pistachio oil to the gums, or Chewing the pistachio brain for a long time in the mouth and then swallow.
Pistachio destroys nausea, diarrhea, vomiting and hiccups.

Pistachio White Skin Properties

Pistachio white skin is useful for hemorrhoids and anus out. To treat the disease, you should boil white pistachio skin in water and pour it into the pelvic floor, and place the person who is suffering from the disease for several minutes; it can relieve pain and improve the condition.

Recent studies from the Pennsylvania State University have found that eating a few pistachio nuts (which contains healthy and low-fat diets) results in a significant reduction in LDL cholesterol or bad blood cholesterol. Reducing bad cholesterol levels means keeping your body’s arteries open and performing a complete blood-sucking exercise.
http://news.psu.edu/story/167129/2010/05/20/research/pistachios-offer-multiple-health-benefits

Reducing stress by Pistachio

If you have been depressed during the winter due to cold and lack of sunlight, if your pressure is high and you have lost your sense of happiness, try to eat pistachio.
The results of numerous studies show that pistachios have a good effect on the negative effects of stress. Because it contains countless antioxidants, such as resveratrol (the same antioxidant found in Indian almonds), lutein and Naringenin, these powerful antioxidants can eliminate the dreadful and negative effects of stress.

Prevention of constipation by Pistachio

Pistachio is one of the nuts rich in fiber. In fact, 28 grams of pistachio has 3 grams of fiber, this amount of fiber provides about 12% of our daily requirement and this amount of fiber is twice as high as fiber in the walnut and equals the same fiber content of oats; Fiber plays an important role in passing the stool out of the intestines because it absorbs water and increases the intestinal constriction and increases the activity of colon bacteria.

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Pistachio properties for Skin

Eating foods rich in vitamin E is recommended for having a succulent skin. Vitamin E protects the skin from ultraviolet radiation damage. Fortunately, pistachios are rich in vitamin E. As a result, daily consumption of pistachios leads to more protection of your skin against ultraviolet rays. If you eat pistachios every day, your skin will be young and fresh.

Pistachio properties for eye health

Pistachio is the only nugget that contains a significant amount of carotenoid from two types of lutein and zeaxanthin. Lutein and zeaxanthin are the only carotenoids in the cornea and retina. Scientists believe that taking oral carotenoids such as lutein and zeaxanthin reduces the risk of eye diseases and helps maintain eye health. The results of epidemiological studies suggest that diets rich in lutein and zeaxanthin may help reduce the progression of age-related macular degeneration and cataracts.

The benefits of pistachios for the nervous system

Vitamin B6 in pistachios also has a great effect on the nervous system. The messenger molecules called amines need growth to grow into amino acids, which are reliant on vitamin B6 to build. In addition, B6 plays a very important role in the production of myelin, a protective coating that protects the fibers of the nerves, which makes it ideal for nerve cells. In addition, vitamin B6 is associated with the synthesis of serotonin, melatonin, epinephrine, and gamma-Aminobutyric acid, an amino acid that allows the transfer of nervous impulses to the nervous system of the body.

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