Tree Tomato



The tree tomato, also known as tamarillo, cigomandra or French tomato. It is grown in tropical areas of South America, is very similar to tomato and has a color that varies between red, yellow and orange.

The outer part of the pulp of the fruit is firm and fleshy, while in the center it has a soft and gelatinous texture with small edible seeds. The benefits of the tomato tree for health are well known and used by many people, so today we want to share with you some of its properties.

Benefits of the tree tomato

The tree tomato is a fruit very rich in essential vitamins and minerals, especially provitamin A, vitamin B6, C and E. Among the minerals are calcium, iron, phosphorus and magnesium.

Thanks to its great antioxidant action it serves to strengthen the immune system and is especially good for improving vision. The consumption of tree tomatoes is also recommended to control high blood pressure and cholesterol, and is frequently included in diets to lose weight.

The fruit and leaves are applied in the form of hot poultices to treat inflammation of tonsils, for angina and, in general, throat affections. Likewise it is recommended to consume fresh fruit fasting to improve the flu. Another medicinal property of the tree tomato is as a natural remedy for all types of liver problems.

As we mentioned above, if we consume this fruit in our daily diet we will be contributing to our body vitamins, minerals and a large amount of essential nutrients. This is ideal to facilitate the proper functioning of the nervous system and the immune system. It also does not contain many calories and that is why it is ideal to be included in diets to lose weight. It is a fruit with many fibers and has a mild laxative effect, these two properties are of great help to improve everything related to intestinal transit or regulation thereof. And, if that were not enough, it is a fruit that is available all year round, so we can get hold of the tree tomatoes at any time.

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