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Use Chayote to Treat Convulsion, Boils, Hypertension and to Lose Weight

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Chaco, Choko, Chayote, Cho-Cho, Chayote Squash, Choco, Vegetable Pear, Custard Marrow, and Madeira are all names for a light green pear-shaped fruit. Marrow is originally from Mexico, but it has since spread across the world.

Chayote is a mild-flavoured, pear-shaped vegetable that is cultivated all over the world for its delicious seeds, roots, shoots, flowers, leaves, and berries. Almost every portion of the plant is eaten raw in salads, roasted, marinated, or fried. It's a copper and vitamin B6-rich vegetable that's eaten all over the world to reap the benefits and stay healthy.

Here are some health benefits of consuming this vegetable.

1. Decoctions prepared from the leaves or fruits are used to relieve urinary retention and burning, dissolve kidney stones, and aid in the treatment of arteriosclerosis and hypertension.

2. The fruit's raw pulp soothes skin rashes, and the roasted leaves aid in the suppuration of boils.

3. Laxative, diuretic, cardiovascular, and anti-inflammatory properties are found in the leaves and fruit.

4. In some parts of the world, a tea made from chayote squash flesh has mild diuretic properties and is used to treat bloating.

5. Chayote extract has been found to be effective in minimizing the length and frequency of convulsions in scientific studies.

Another research found that chayote extracts postpone the onset of convulsions and have strong anticonvulsant efficacy.

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