Season: all year round.
Uses: enhance eyesight, natural antioxidant, replenish blood, maintain and improve brain function, improve concentration and memory, support treatment for people with cancer or heart failure, stabilize insulin level in blood of people with diabetes.
Mango, grown in tropical regions, is a nutritious and delicious fruit. It is a favorite fruit of many people in spring and summer.
When young, mango often has a bright green outer skin and a mild sour taste. When ripe, the skin turns into yellow, the inner flesh becomes yellow and tender, wrapping a flat seed, with a sweet and sour taste and delicious aroma.
As a plant that likes moisture, cool, low temperature, (the most suitable flowering temperature is from 20 – 21oC, and the temperature difference between day and night is 10-15oC), mango is usually in season from March to May every year.
Understanding this feature, we have researched and used an automatic watering system in the farms to ensure that it always provides the necessary amount of water for irrigation, as well as shaded the trees and combined with other advanced techniques.
Thanks to that, the mango trees in our garden can bear fruit around the year, achieving high yield while the quality is absolutely guaranteed. Mango at The Garden Vietnam is always famous for its aromatic, delicious, flexible, smooth, firm, low-fiber taste, and superior quality compared to those from other growers.
Mango is known as the “king of fruits” not only because of its attractive sweetness but also because of its large amount of vitamins, minerals and antioxidants.
Many studies show that eating mango daily will help provide fiber, which is beneficial for people with heart disease, preventing constipation, hemorrhoids, colon spasms.
Contrary to the thought that the sweetness of mango will increase blood sugar, mango has the ability to help stabilize insulin levels in the blood, which is very good for the health of people with diabetes.
Mango contains a lot of iron to replenish the blood and can also produce extra blood needed by the body. If you are anemic, do not ignore this fruit.
Mangoes contain vitamin A, which helps improve eyesight and is a natural antioxidant. Eating mango regularly will help prevent eye diseases.
Vitamin B6 in mango is extremely important to maintain and improve brain function. You can supplement vitamin B6 for the body by eating mango to have a healthy brain and efficient nervous system. In addition, the glutamine acid in mangoes also helps you to improve your concentration and memory.