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Kacang Botol


aka winged bean , goa bean, four-angled bean, four-cornered bean, Manila bean, and dragon bean


Propagate: seedings

Light: sunny

Water: twice a day

Soil: good drainage

Fertilizer: twice a month


Prevents Premature Aging : Winged beans are loaded with vitamin c and vitamin a. Both these vitamins work as antioxidants. These vitamins also prevent premature signs of aging like the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines on the skin.

Rich In Vitamin C : As mentioned before, winged beans are loaded with Vitamin C, which helps in strengthening the body's immune system against many infections. It also helps maintain elasticity of blood vessels and protects the body from cancers.

Minerals And Vitamins : Winged beans also contain ample amounts of important minerals, such as iron, manganese, copper, calcium, phosphorus, magnesium. Winged beans also contain an abundance of vitamin A , which is a powerful antioxidant that prevents DNA damage. Winged beans also contain a good amount of Vitamin B. This important vitamin improves vitality, mood, and energy. Vitamin E is also found in the unsaturated oil derived from these beans.

Rich In Calcium : Winged beans are rich in calcium and phosphorus. These help in building strong bones and also help generate energy in those who are sick and debilitated.

Contains Healthy Fats : Not all fat is bad for our health. There is something called good fat, which is actually important for our body. Winged beans contain a whole range of saturated fats, mono saturated fats, and polyunsaturated fats, all of which work together to give us a healthier body.

High In Protein : In terms of quantity and quality of protein, winged bean seed is as good as soybean! Studies have shown that like many other legumes, when combined with corn, winged beans have the protein value of milk. It can adequately nourish a protein-starved infant.

Rich Source Of Folate : Winged bean is also a rich source of folate, which is an essential component for DNA synthesis and cell division. In women, adequate folate content in the diet around conception and during pregnancy can help prevent neural-tube defects in the newborn baby.

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