Dried Bael fruit | Siamy Natural Herbal Drink for health

Dried Bael fruit (Aegle marmelos or Matum in Thai) also has variety of another names, such as Bengal quince, Wood (stone, iron) apple and Japanese bitter orange. Bael tree has short, thick trunk and narrow, oval crown. It can reach 40 to 50 feet in height.If we look at the fruit, it closely resembles a large grapefruit or a large but dull and aging orange. It has dull grayish green color at first which then turns a dirty yellow after ripening.
This unique plant has anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial property. Due the presence of tannin the Bael fruit helps in curing digestive disorders and diseases like diarrhea and cholera. People in Asia uses dried powder of the fruit to treat chronic diarrhea, it also has benefits of healing internal wounds like hemorrhoids and ulcers.
Drink from dried matum is also very useful to treat anemia, ear and eye disorders, as a remedy for cough, common cold and asthma. Beside this dried Bael fruit normalizes blood sugar level and helps to reduce “bad” cholesterol levels. One more amazing property of matum: it gently tones when you are tired and soothe when you are over-excitement, reduces anxiety.
Along with other Siamy products when used regularly, it helps promote a healthier life style and well-being.

Benefits of Bael fruit

  • has antibacterial property
  • controls blood sugar level
  • healing digestive disorders
  • relieves symptoms of fever
  • soothing and relaxing
Contraindications: Individual intolerance.

Serving suggestions

Take 1-2 slices of dried Bael fruit, flush with boiling water, put into glass teapot and add 250 ml of hot water (95-100°C). Let it infuse 10-15 minutes. Serve drink hot, warm or ice cold.

Tips: You can add sugar, honey or stevia to taste as desired. Alternatively can infuse matum in thermos bottle 1-2 hours and then dilute concentrated infusion with water.



You always can order Siamy products and other goods online at www.intomyshop.net

Please visit our web-shop or contact us via social networks.