Vegetable - Fruit & Inflorescent

The nature, characteristics and therapeutic effects of fruit and inflorescent vegetables


 


Read more on functional usages of each fruit or inflorescent vegetable:


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Artichoke

Nature : Cool, Taste : Sweet

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Bell Pepper

Nature : Warm, Taste: Sweet, Bitter

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Bitter melon

Nature : Cool, Taste : Bitter

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Broccoli

Nature : Cool, Taste : Sweet, Slightly bitter

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Cabbage

Nature : Cool, Taste : Sweet, slightly Bitter

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Cauliflower

Nature : Slightly warm, Taste : Sweet, slightly Bitter

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Corn

Nature : Neutral, Taste : Sweet

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Cucumber

Nature : Cool, Taste : Sweet

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Egg plant

Nature : Cool, Taste : Sweet

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Loofah / See-gua

Nature : Cool, Taste : Sweet

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Pumpkin

Nature : Neutral, Taste : Sweet

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Squash

Nature : Warm, Taste : Sweet

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Tomato

Nature : Cool, Taste : Sweet, Sour

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Winter melon

Nature : Cool, Taste : Sweet

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Zucchini

Nature : Neutral, Taste : Sweet

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