Tuesday, 24 March 2015

Beetroot and its Benefits

Yellow, white and pink/white striped beetroot (visible when sliced)
Photo Credit- Wikimedia Commons by
 Beet man

The friendship with beetroot is very beneficial for the health. It could be taken as vegetable or or in juice form. Its juice is the best among the vegetables. It could also be taken as a salad.
The juice helps in the formation of blood in the body and is very good in anemia. It contains sufficient amounts of iron and helps in activating and restructuring the red blood cells. It helps in the assimilation of acarbonic calcium.
It increases the immune system of the body and the carbohydrates present in it provide energy to the body.
The juice of beetroot is the best in jaundice, hepatitis, nausea, vomiting,
It helps in piles, fever and kala azar.
It contains sodium, calcium, potassium, phosphorus, sulphur, chlorine, iodine, iron and several vitamins.
It contains enough carbohydrates and moderate amounts of proteins and fiber.
Biol and filter the white beetroot and apply the extract on abscess, pimples and burns to get relief from them. It cleans the skin. By helping in the formation of haemoglobin in the body it provides redness and facial glow.
Put some vinegar in the extract of beetroot and apply on hair or dip the piece of ginger in the extract and massage the hair at night and rinse in the morning to get relief in dandruff.
The daily intake of two cups of the mixed juice of beetroot helps in regulating the blood pressure.

It is better to take the beetroot in moderate amounts as the excess intake of it is dangerous.