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Nutritional Facts, Information & Health Benefits of Apricot Fruit


The following page describes everything about Apricpot fruit. It tells what is Apricpot meaning, and what do we call Apricpot in Hindi. Some hidden facts also like the health benefits of Apricpot  fruit and much more. This page describes facts about Apricot. It tells Value of Apricot fruit including Minerals and Vitamins in Apricot fruit and describes what are the natural benefits and curative properties of Apricot with Health Benefits of Apricot. 


Botanical Name/ Scientific Name: Prunus anneniaca

Indian Names: Khubani. Zardalu

Description of Apricpot Fruit 

Following is the Description of Apricpot Fruit. It includes Apricpot color and some more information about Apricpot

 The apricot is one of the most important fruits. It belongs to the sub-acid class. It is somewhat acid in its raw slate, but its acidity decreases and the sugar content increases in the process of ripening. Tile fruit is regarded as a nutritious and tonic food and enjoys worldwide popularity. The apricot is a stone fruit and has nut within it. It is round or oblong in shape, flattened to some extent. It is similar in shape as peach but is considerably smaller. It is yellowish in color. The fruit which ripens on the tree alone develops its true flavour which is very much like that of the peach.

Origin and Distribution of Apricpot Fruit

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The apricot is believed to have originated in China, where it has been cultivated for over 4,000 years., It has also been grown in India and Tibet from time immemorial. The Hunzas, who live in the Himalayan mountains of northern Pakistan and are known for their vitality and longevity, have cultivated and valued this fruit for its health-building virtues for over 1,500 years. It was regarded as a food medicine by Greek physicians, while the Romans dedicated it to Venus, the goddess of love. It was introduced in Europe during the time of Alexander, the Great. In the Middle East, apricots were very popular for their taste as well as for their invigorating perfume.

Value of Apricpot Fruit

Apricpot nutrition is another matter of knowledge. So here we are providing Apricpot nutritional value which actually tell about Apricpot nutrients and their benefits.

 Apricots are rich in various food ingredients. The fresh fruit

Apricot Food Value

Moisture in Apricot                           85.3%                         

Protein in Apricot                              1.0%                           

Fat in Apricot                                     0.3%                           

Minerals in Apricot                           0.7%                           

Fibre in Apricot                                 1.0%                            

Carbohydrates in Apricot                 11.6%                                   


Minerals and Vitamins in Apricpot

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Minerals and Vitamins in Apricot Fruit

Calcium   in Apricot                         20 mg

Phosphorus in Apricot                     25 mg

Iron   in Apricot                                2.2 mg

Vitamin C  in Apricot                       6 mg

Small amount of Vitamin B Comp

Calotific Value –                              53       

Dried Apricot Food Value

                          Apricot Food Value                                                   

 Moisture in Dried Apricot              19.4%                   

 Protein in Dried Apricot                 1.6%                     

 Fat in Dried Apricot                        0.7%                     

Minerals in Dried Apricot               2.8%                     

Fibre in Dried Apricot                     2.1%                     

Carbohydrates in Dried Apricot    73.4%                                                                                                                     100%   

Minerals and Vitamins in Apricot Fruit

Calcium in Dried Apricot                               110 mg

Phosphorus in Dried Apricot                          70 mg  

Iron in Dried Apricot                                      4.6 mg             

Vitamin C in Dried Apricot                            2 mg

Vitamin B Complex in Dried Apricot                                 

 Calorific Value –                                          306

(Value per 100 gms edible portion)

Dried Apricot is rich in natural sugars, vitamin A and calcium. It is a good source of the Vitamins, i.e. B Complex, riboflavin and niacin as well as vitamin C. The nut of the apricot is rich in protein and fat and is considered as valuable as any other nut. It contains 40 to 45 per cent of oil which is practically identical with almond oil in its physical as well as chemical properties

Natural Benefits and Curative Properties of Apricpot

Apricpot has a lot of curative properties and natural benefits. Read this passage to find benefits of Apricpot

Throughout the centuries, the fruit, kernels, oil and flowers of the apricot have been used in medicine. In China, a famous medicine known as ‘Apricot Gold’ was made from the kernels of trees which grew in certain areas. This medicine was reputed for the powers to prolong life. The Chinese also believed that apricots reacted sympathetically to women’s ailments The apricot flowers, therefore, formed a common ingredient in their cosmetics. The kernel, which yields an oil similar to that of the almond, have been widely used for their sedative, antispasmodic that gives relief to strained muscles and demulcent or soothing properties. They are useful in the healing of wounds, in expelling worms and as a general tonic.

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