Apricot in Ladakh, is believed to have been introduced a century back from Central Asia. Since then, it has become one of the most preferred and commercially cultivated fruit crop of the region and has become an integral part of the people there. An excellent source of polyphenols, strong antioxidants and Lutein that prevent cardiovascular disease and protects the retina.
Ladakhi Apricots/ Chuli
Apricot fruit is known for its high content of Vitamin A and C, calcium, iron, carbohydrates, amino acids, sugar and potassium. For decades the people of Ladakh have consumed the humble apricot, locally known as Chuli. An integral part of the local culture, dry and fresh apricots are served as desserts, particularly during traditional festivals.
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250 Grams, 500 Grams, 1Kg
From strengthening the body, protecting the eyes and contributing to the health of bones, it has been proven that apricots reduce the risk of cancer and prolongs life. Enriched with vitamin A, C and B and various minerals, Apricots contain 10 times more magnesium than other fruits, by which they affect the improvement of brain functions due to the high levels of magnesium and phosphorus. These elements can help in normalizing blood pressure.