Those who hate persimmons, read!

It must be admitted that persimmon is not a favorite fruit of all of us and some people have a negative attitude towards it. The astringent taste of persimmon reduces the number of its fans more than anything else, but it might be good to know some tips about the properties of this autumn fruit.

The skin of this fruit has beneficial healing properties for our digestive system. When you eat this fruit, your mouth becomes contracted, which is also good for your health. Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis and gastrointestinal bleeding are cured with the help of this fruit.

Persimmon has a warmer temperament and is a good fruit in terms of blood production in the body. It is suitable for most temperaments and does not have too high a temperature to cause allergies in people, but for some people it is an allergen and causes sneezing and coughing.

The benefits of persimmon flavor
Persimmon, especially if not ripe, causes constriction in the mouth, which is a sign of astringency, which is very useful for the villi of the stomach and to strengthen digestion. People with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), such as Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis, can take advantage of the persimmon’s (somewhat immature) shrinking properties and control their gastrointestinal bleeding.

Stomach tanning with persimmon skin
If you do not have a stomach problem, it is sometimes recommended to use persimmon skin because the skin can tan the villi of the stomach. If we always eat soft foods, we will get loose and viscous inner surface of the stomach and intestines. In the stomach and intestines, roughness and sanding are needed to be able to digest food. Eating occasionally hard things like fruit peels and bran helps with this.