Pomelo is the largest citrus fruit native to South and Southeast Asia, closely related to grapefruits. It’s shaped like a teardrop and has yellow or pinkish flesh and a thick, pale rind. It can grow to the size of a cantaloupe or larger.
It is similar in taste to a large grapefruit, but tastes sweeter.
The flesh is juicy, mixture of sweet and sour, refreshing and high in nutrients.
Rich in Protein, Vitamin A, C and calcium, phosphorus, magnesium and sodium. Besides, every 100gm of pomelo flesh contains 23 milligrams of Vitamin C, which is 5 times more than a pear.
An effective remedy for mitigating cough. It also enhances blood circulation and nourishing lungs.
Pomelo comprises valuable dietary fibre which improves bowel movement and efficiently relieves intestinal conditions like constipation and indigestion.
The significantly high magnesium content in pomelo fruits makes it an ideal option to provide relief from muscle sores and cramps.