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Mauritia flexuosa

Mauritia flexuosa (Picture 1)

Mauritia flexuosa is a palm plant. It grows near the marshes of South America and other humid tropical regions. It is native to the Amazon rainforest of Peru. It is a very representative wild fruit in the area. It has been passed down from generation to generation and has a long history. It grows in the plateau cracked terrain in the swamps of the submerged areas. Trees can reach a height of up to 35 meters, and seeds can float on the water, which is how it spreads. In the natural state, plants of this species often aggregate into forests.

Mauritia flexuosa can reach a height of 35 meters and form a round large crown. The flowers are yellow and open from December to April. The fruit grows from December to June and is from December to June. It is chestnut-colored and covered with shiny scales. Seeds can float on the water, which is also the way of spreading the leaves. In the natural state, plants of this species often aggregate into forests.

Related studies have shown that Mauritia flexuosa is rich in a variety of highly active isoflavones such as phytohormone, soy aglycone, genistein, spirulina, arachidonic acid, glucose. Hey. The isoflavone material contained therein is the highest in content and activity found in plants to date (its activity is about 100-1000 times that of soy isoflavones). These nutrients can effectively promote the growth of female breast adipocytes, increase the chest circumference, prevent breast cancer, uterine cancer, etc., keep the body young, make the skin elastic and lustrous, moisturize hair, help to delay menopause and balance female hormone estrogen.

A total of 3 pictures:
Mauritia flexuosa (Picture 1)
Mauritia flexuosa (Picture 2)
Mauritia flexuosa (Picture 3)
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