Tuesday, October 11, 2016

Bael fruit tea

Also known as the ‘bel-fruit’ and ‘bengal fruit’ the bael fruit grows on the bael tree (Aegle marmelos).

Bael fruit sometimes proves successful for fevers with diarrhea when all other remedies have failed. It may be taken in the form of extract, conserve, decoction, sherbet, or syrup.

In Laos bael fruit tea or tum is very popular. Tum is sipped by pregnant women in Laos; it is also a treatment for bowel problems.

Whole fruit is split open, toasted in front of the fire, infused with hot water, mixed with sugar and milk and sipped like tea.
Bael fruit tea
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