Store in cool and dry places, keep away from strong light.
2 years when properly stored.
Watermelon (Citrullus lanatus) is a tropical fruit, belongs to family Cucurbitaceae is a flowering plant originally from south Africa. The fruit is a type of berry known botanically as a pepo. It is specifically selected to grow larger and juicier, resulting in the huge fruits that many of us are familiar with. The green outer rind is hard and fleshy, and rarely eaten, while the interior is soft, red or pink flesh containing many seeds; this is the part of watermelon which is typically eaten.
As for accessing the total medicinal benefits of watermelons, it is highly dependent on the variety of watermelon and the ripeness.Beta-carotene and lycopene are usually available in high quantities once the watermelon is completely ripe. Also, don’t be afraid to eat the watermelon rind; there are quite a few nutrients in there as well, particularly roughage and fiber.
The health benefits of watermelon are mainly derived from its unique nutrients, vitamins, minerals and organic compounds. These include large amounts of vitamin C, calcium, magnesium, fiber, protein, and large amounts of potassium, according to the US Department of Agriculture's National Nutrition Database. In addition, they contain vitamin A, vitamin B6, niacin, thiamine and various carotenoids and phytonutrients, including lycopene.
Treating kidney disease
Watermelon contains a lot of potassium, which is very helpful in removing toxic deposits from the kidneys. In addition, they help reduce the concentration of uric acid in the blood, thereby reducing the chance of kidney damage and kidney stone formation. In addition, watermelons have a high moisture content that causes urination, which in turn helps clean the kidneys. In addition, antioxidants in watermelons ensure long-term kidney health and reduce signs of premature aging such as wrinkles and aging spots on the skin.
Watermelon is composed of 92% water, which can effectively lower body temperature and blood pressure. It also helps your body hydrate in the hot summer.
Regulates Blood Pressure
The content of potassium and magnesium in watermelon is very beneficial for lowering blood pressure. Potassium is considered a vasodilator, meaning it releases the tension of blood vessels and arteries, thereby stimulating blood flow and reducing stress in the cardiovascular system. Carotenoids in these fruits also prevent arterial wall and venous sclerosis, helping to lower blood pressure and the chances of blood clots, strokes, heart attacks and atherosclerosis.
Watermelon helps to lower insulin/insulin-like growth factor, and insulin/insulin-like growth factor is often a major factor in the progression of cancer.
In recent years, watermelons have attracted widespread attention, mainly because they contain large amounts of lycopene, a carotenoid plant nutrient compound that is increasingly linked to cancer prevention. Lycopene has been shown to significantly reduce the risk of prostate, breast, colon, lung and endometrial cancer.
The roughage in watermelon, as well as vitamin C, carotenoids and potassium (potassium can reduce the risk of heart attack), helps lower cholesterol and protect the heart from many dangerous conditions.
Preventive macular degeneration
Carotenoids help keep your vision healthy and complete. If you eat more watermelon, don't worry about eye health and macular degeneration. Thanks to beta-carotene, vitamin C, lutein and zeaxanthin, your eyes are well protected.
Arginine, which is present in watermelon, is beneficial for the treatment of erectile dysfunction, and the irritancy of this chemical can increase sexual desire and reduce sexual indifference.
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